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#139258 - 05/23/05 10:31 PM Re: Three pp's = knockout? [Re: Kintama]
eyrie Offline
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Registered: 12/28/04
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REALLY? Prove it. PM me with the documentary evidence that that's (if at all) possible. :P

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#139259 - 06/04/05 08:12 PM Re: Three pp's = knockout? [Re: eyrie]
cks_cropper Offline
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Wow, you seem very clued up on things like this. Could be an interesting read if you have any books to reccomend?

Im currently learning Totite Jutsu which is all about pressure points and im finding it very interesting. Its strange how the body is built and works.

thanx
CKS

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#139260 - 06/04/05 09:35 PM Re: Three pp's = knockout? [Re: cks_cropper]
eyrie Offline
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Several karate teachers have told me this: First learn to heal, then how to kill.

So, I went and read A LOT of material from anatomy, TCM, acupuncture, shiatsu, qi/ki, and anything remotely related to the subject. Uncovered more questions than answers, but learnt a whole bunch of "interesting" stuff in the process.

My advice would be to do your own reasearch. You'll find that you'll approach it in a much more personally gratifying way than if I were to *tell* you what books to read.

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#139261 - 06/04/05 09:37 PM Re: Three pp's = knockout? [Re: eyrie]
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Hey Kintama, I'm still waiting on photographic evidence of those 2 tt's knockout!

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#139262 - 06/06/05 01:08 PM Re: Three pp's = knockout? [Re: eyrie]
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Cheers for the info. Sounds like it could be fun and interesting learning.

thanx
CKS

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#139263 - 06/06/05 11:24 PM Re: Three pp's = knockout? [Re: cks_cropper]
Ryushosen Offline
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On pressure points. I might just be lucky but on me none of hte major points really work. The one between the thumb and knee is ignorable. The one on the back of the neck doesnt hurt at all and niether do the forarm points. I doubt 3 points will knock u out. Stop watching crouching tiger hidden dragon

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#139264 - 06/07/05 12:31 AM Re: Three pp's = knockout? [Re: Ryushosen]
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Ryushosen,
I know for a fact that three corresponding points with the proper angle and direction will knock you out.It's happened to me and I've done it. You more than likely do not know the proper angle and direction of any points to make them work or hurt.
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#139265 - 06/07/05 11:00 AM Re: Three pp's = knockout? [Re: Ryushosen]
Kempoman Offline
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Quote:

On pressure points. I might just be lucky but on me none of hte major points really work.




So then, do the 'minor'(whatever that means) points work on you?


Quote:

The one between the thumb and knee is ignorable.




Yes, must watch out for that 'one between the thumb and knee'.


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The one on the back of the neck doesnt hurt at all




Aw come on, not even just a wittle-bitty-bit?


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and niether do the forarm points.




Well, your forearms may be overdeveloped from 'special' kata.



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I doubt 3 points will knock u out.




Well then, that settles it. We can all go home now. We have been set straight by this paragon of pressure point knowledge and information.

...


On a more serious note...It is obvious from your limited (and incorrect) information and your seemingly limited ability to write complete sentances that you haved failed to make your case.

I am growing weary of repeating myself but three points do not in-fact equal a KO. Just striking (or rubbing or pushing or vibrating) three points in succession will not do anything without proper point selection, proper manipulation, proper angle, and proper direction of applied force. I suggest that you are either trying to activate the points on yourself (quit it) or you have no idea what Bl-10 means and are confusing vital points with pressure points (as is most often the case). I also suggest that you have never had anyone with these skills work them on you. There are quite a few billion people out there now who claim to study/teach/master pressure point fighting, most of whom have no idea what they are doing.

Kempo(hitting myself in the 'one between the thumb and knee' repeatedly)man
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#139266 - 06/07/05 01:11 PM Re: Three pp's = knockout? [Re: Kempoman]
Ryushosen Offline
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Registered: 06/02/05
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lol sorry bout that. Meant thumb and index finger. Wasnt thinking.


Edited by Ryushosen (06/07/05 01:14 PM)

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#139267 - 06/07/05 02:29 PM Re: Three pp's = knockout? [Re: Ryushosen]
laf7773 Offline
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Makes little difference in light of the rest of your post.
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