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be aggressive and concentrate his attack on the opponent's vital points to end the fight as soon . (4) Brachial plexus clavicle notch pressure point. This center is. SELF-DEFENSE NERVE CENTERS & PRESSURE POINTS is a practical. guide to the most efficent use of weaponless selfdefense using the least possible. Full text of "U.S. Army Medium Range Combatives Pressure kaz-news.info (PDFy mirror) Most blows to vital points in this region are not fatal but can have serious.


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ence—the dark night of the soul, the call for help, the responding voice, the.. clashes with any other item, Rumi wa Dim-Mak Death-Point Striking - Erle. Never strike pressure points on an individual who is over 40 years of age. When practicing pressure point techniques, never cross points. What this means is. *These principles are based upon and derived from George Dillman's teaching in Pressure Point Fighting Secrets of. Ryukyu Kempo (Dillman Karate.

It identifies the effects of the strikes and how they will react in the victim. Often referred to as a pounce, this is an explosive motion towards the area to be struck by the Martial artist. The pounce type technique is adaptable to most styles of martial arts. It is deliberate and while quick it is not a blind charge.

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So the explosive action is tempered by a focused area and angle of attack avoiding any defense mechanisms the intended target may lodge. This movement should be one that takes the opponent by surprise. The strike is made in conjunction with the pounce so one move places you in range and delivers the strike before the target can 6 react.

Indeed if executed correctly the attacker will be caught by surprise. Even if the attacker is the aggressor and is moving towards you with an active fighting technique, a well-focused pounce at an angle to keep you away from his or her attack will be successful.

Often the Dim Mak stylist will use the centerline technique either as a direct attack or as a counter technique when an aggressor attacker throws a technique at them. The centerline technique takes advantage of when an opponent exposes his frontal side center line or his back side rear center line.

This happens frequently when a person has an aggressive straightforward stance when fighting or when a person fighting from an oblique stance throws a punch or kick that brings their centerline into direct striking view.

The frontal centerline exposes the entire Conception Vessel with its various disabling pressure points. The rear centerline exposes the Governor Vessel.

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Of course many other meridians and practical pressure points are still exposed, it is just these particular ones become much more attractive to strike when presented as a clear target. In this application pressure points are frequently used in conjunction with locks and other control maneuvers.

In fact styles such as Combat Hapkido have incorporated many of these techniques into their system In this article we will look into six techniques.

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We highly caution those practicing these techniques to not make actual contact unless supervised by someone knowledgeable in Dim Mak and first aid measures for accidents incurred due to an unintentional strike or 7 kick.

Before any training the practitioner should know where, and have access to a qualified Chinese Medical Doctor in case of accident or injury to pressure points. Strike to Stomach 9 - Stomach nine is one of the most deadly pressure points one can strike.

Even moderate contact may cause serious consequence. If one uses multiple pressure points in conjunction with this strike the effects are even more devastating. Stomach nine is situated at the forward side portion of the neck on by the pulse point of the carotid artery. A strike here in addition to immediate effects may also lead to deterioration of the artery and a possible side effect of a stroke even months or years later.

The techniques which work best for an attack on stomach nine are a chop or ridge hand, as either of these techniques will encompass a direct hit to ST 9. Recommended Attacks - Tiger Claw, Front or backhand knife hand, ridge hand or finger jab Physiological effects - Possible rupture of the carotid arteries. And the potential of instant death if a strike with a Tigers claw is used accompanied with ripping of the aorta and adjoining muscles of the neck.

Blood flow is restricted and gall bladder and stomach functions are also affected. May produce extreme bradycardia slowing of the heart and lowing of blood pressure. Yin Tang is located just above the nose and in-between the eyes. A slight indention may be felt. Recommended strikes; Palm hand Kick to spleen 6 - Kick or strike is the most effective.

Ten dispersions The tips of each finger are home to these ten pressure points. Applying pressure or using acupuncture on these points could help relieve some common flu symptoms, such as a high fever or a sore throat.

Some practitioners also believe that applying pressure can help treat a coma or epilepsy. Four seams A person can find the four seams on the inside of each of the large joints in the index finger, middle finger, ring finger, and little finger. Proponents of acupressure believe that these points can help treat digestive problems, especially in children. Do pressure points work?

There are not enough peer-reviewed studies on pressure points and their healing effects to establish whether they are useful.

Most evidence comes from research on traditional medicine and anecdotal results. The techniques which work best for an attack on stomach nine are a chop or ridge hand, as either of these techniques will encompass a direct hit to ST 9.

Recommended Attacks - Tiger Claw, Front or backhand knife hand, ridge hand or finger jab Physiological effects - Possible rupture of the carotid arteries. And the potential of instant death if a strike with a Tigers claw is used accompanied with ripping of the aorta and adjoining muscles of the neck.

Blood flow is restricted and gall bladder and stomach functions are also affected. May produce extreme bradycardia slowing of the heart and lowing of blood pressure. Yin Tang is located just above the nose and in-between the eyes. A slight indention may be felt.

Recommended strikes; Palm hand Kick to spleen 6 - Kick or strike is the most effective. Another less injurious technique is a simple thrust of the base of the palm with the fingers touching the top of the head Governor Vessels 23 and 24 this will knock a person down and most likely produce unconsciousness Physiological effects - With hard impact, death or delayed death is the result.

Other signs and symptoms can include insanity, severe disorientation, loss of balance, vague and irrational thought, insomnia, headaches, convulsions, and hypertension. Even mild contact may leave a person feeling weird and confused for several days. Physiological effects if a corkscrew punch is used the chi will be driven downwards causing the most severe damage. An upper cut would still produce severe effects.

The possible physiological reactions include imbalance in the intestines causing diarrhea, edema, distension, and fullness of the stomach. A strong blow could cause Yang exhaustion accompanied by cold, periumblical pain, prolaspe of the rectum, damage to the reproductive organs and spleen. Strike to Liver 8 and kidney 10 - Liver 8 is located just to the inside of the back portion of the knee and is 1 cun thumb width anterior to kidney K 10 is found midway in the back of the knee in the crease between the 2 tendons in that area semimembranosus and semitendinosus Recommended strikes round kick to front or rear leg or Front or sidekick to back leg.

If you are constrained so that your upper body is bent over, a strike or tear with the hands works well Physiological effects Swelling and pain, of the knee and patella, with radiating pain upward and downward in the leg. Most likely the person struck will be unable to stand. High probability of serious structural damage to the knee. This may include difficulty urinating, infection, due to the interaction of the heart and K 10 the heart may also develop difficulties.

In women the liver 8-point may cause menstrual problems, abdominal masses and uterine bleeding Strike to spleen 6 - To locate spleen 6 go to the inside of the leg and four fingers 3 cun directly above the ankle Recommended strike. Sidekick, round kick Physiological effects: Abdominal distention, loose stool, irregular menstruation, nocturnal emission, impotence, spermatorrhea, orchitis, enuresis, frequency of urination, retention of urine, hemiplegia.

Summary Train hard, vary your techniques, cross train in your style and different styles and proceed confidently with the power and knowledge gained through your studies and the practical use of Dim Mak. Related Papers. By Daniel Domiciano. Article Martial arts. By rosamira hanis.

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Enter the email address you signed up with and we'll email you a reset link. Need an account?Article Martial arts. In general pressure point strikes can disrupt the entire auto immune system leaving us open to infections, diseases, energy imbalance and loss of health. Cavity pressing of pressure points and hitting these in a concentrated manner.

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