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#306829 - 12/09/06 07:32 PM Overall best KO point
Dai Offline
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What would the best overall place or PP to strike to knock out someone?
I'm guessing its somewhere on the head or neck, but I would like the #'s of a few good ones.

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#306830 - 12/09/06 10:18 PM Re: Overall best KO point [Re: Dai]
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The tip of the chin, whatever number that is.
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#306831 - 12/10/06 07:15 PM Re: Overall best KO point [Re: Dai]
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#306832 - 12/11/06 09:13 AM Re: Overall best KO point [Re: student_of_life]
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Your contribution is neither funny nor contributory and it inhibits people from asking legitimate questions. So, student of life- Did you have a point? If not, please stay off this forum and let that be one of your "lessons" student.
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#306833 - 12/11/06 09:15 AM Re: Overall best KO point [Re: Dai]
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Dai- you are a long way off, maturationally and in your martial arts study to even consider the question of how to knock someone out.
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#306834 - 12/11/06 09:40 AM Re: Overall best KO point [Re: underdog]
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ooooh. Get em! So, Underdog,# for the tip of the chin perhaps?
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#306835 - 12/11/06 09:49 AM Re: Overall best KO point [Re: underdog]
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sorry about that bud

i guess my point would be that teh ability to knock someone out with a pp strike is something that takes a heck of a lot of skill to pull off. i know this is a long dead argument in the pp section, im just sayin is all.

i don't know the numbers of any to tell the truth. the ones i know of are, the crothid sinus, located on either side of the neck, behind the crothid artery. i've been hit there befor, and out like a light.

dosen't the jaw, when pushed back back a hit on the chin pinch off the vegas nerve or something? either way the theory is that they tell the heart that theres a huge spike in blood presure, so the heart stops beating momentarially to lessen the percived spike, then the brain looses conciousness.

those are the only i know for an instant ko, the vegas and the crorhid sinus. both are on the neck. sorry i don't know the numbers.

yours in life
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#306836 - 12/11/06 06:35 PM Re: Overall best KO point [Re: student_of_life]
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Your apology is accepted. Now go look up the CORRECT location of the point Stomach 9 (St 9). Post back explaining how to find it and compare it's location to the carotid sinus. Then we'll talk about striking and grappling applications.
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#306837 - 12/11/06 09:27 PM Re: Overall best KO point [Re: underdog]
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ok, to clear up one thing here now my man, i don't buy into the number system for preasure point striking. i know alot of people use it and love it to death, but i don't like it at all.

my expirence with preasure points is fairly limited, mostly limited to reading the bubushi, and other texts and a few hours with some high ranking instructors in my style.

a while ago i gave up on aiming for spefic points on the opponent to inflict damage, after studies on the human body, limited traditional chinease medicine study, and some stress testing, i simply attack weak spots on the body, joints, ligiments, nerves. there are more weak points on the body then strong ones.

i might not be the most qualfied person concerning the numbering of correct points, i just keep it simple and from time to time i make a joke.

and honestly, the correct number of what ever nerve does not keep me up at night, ive been knocked out befor in the described way, and i've put out a few lights too.

yours in life
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#306838 - 12/12/06 02:02 AM Re: Overall best KO point [Re: student_of_life]
crablord Offline
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Loc: Australia, QLD, GC
this seems an appropriate time to say "moo"
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