A Short History of Diamond Palm Training Methods

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It was around early 1978 as my failing and inaccurate memory serves, when I was first introduced to a hand conditioning then called Iron Palm. Numerous descriptions of the process were discussed and explained to me. At that time, it was only a discussion, not a prelude to actually practicing it. More

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About Lee E. Shilo

I live on Vancouver Island, in Victoria, Canada with my loving wife Elisabeth, paranoid cat and crazy dog. I love writing How To's, Dark Poetry, Children Stories, Fantasy/Fiction, Diamond Palm/Iron Palm (brick breaking techniques)and especially (Believe It Or Not) stories. Writing affords me some release of daily frustrations and everyday tensions. I am Semi-Retired and have a wide range of Genre to put into my writing. My life experiences are many, and is reflected in each-and-every story I write.

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Master Shilo Breaking Out of The Wall
Short power is one thing. In fact, short power is a useful skill to have. But if someone claims that they can shoot energy into a brick and break it with a soft touch, they should be able to demonstrate this ability in a way that cannot be explained away by physics, leverage, or body mechanics. Book available at: https://www.smashwords.com/books/byseries/917

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Jerry Leverett, Jr reviewed on Nov. 15, 2013

I Have the honor of learning from Master Shilo all I can over a great distance. ( a continent! ) and will say that as a practitioner of Iron Hand ...the insights and wisdom lightly touched upon here in this book have been and continue to be completely amazing, This book shares briefly ( even if I would crave more) but very concisely the formation of His own approach to the " Iron Palm " concept as he has developed the Diamond Palm system. I have learned much that has helped me in my knowledge and skill and feel that this series of books should be owned by anyone , of any art form, that is truly desiring to increase their breaking skill. Great read!
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