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#354419 - 08/02/07 02:46 PM This is what I am talking about
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#354420 - 08/02/07 03:01 PM Re: This is what I am talking about [Re: Empishu]
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Yo...come back and fix the last three links. 'Malformed video' message popping up.

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#354421 - 08/02/07 03:43 PM Re: This is what I am talking about [Re: harlan]
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#354422 - 08/02/07 04:14 PM Re: This is what I am talking about [Re: Empishu]
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Ok, I've had pretty big hurts put on my on many different occasions by several different masters. But, does this guy destroy his uke every single time?

Not necessarily a complaint, just a question.
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#354423 - 08/02/07 04:20 PM Re: This is what I am talking about [Re: Empishu]
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Makes me wonder what would happen if uke was actually fighting back. Also makes me wonder about uke's health later on.

I'm not so much for uke abusing.
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#354424 - 08/02/07 04:25 PM Re: This is what I am talking about [Re: Empishu]
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i'll never be able to buy into this stuff. i just don't get it. not to rain on your parade, i guess thats what your into.

is this the guy that dillman leached off of?
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#354425 - 08/02/07 04:34 PM Re: This is what I am talking about [Re: student_of_life]
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The ko's are real, I've felt them.
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#354426 - 08/02/07 04:36 PM Re: This is what I am talking about [Re: student_of_life]
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Well,
I was mostly looking at the first video. The first technique is very Dillman-esque. But, hit someone there hard enough and he'll definately fall. ( prolly with a broken jaw ) Aside from that. The next couple he hits that guy with are just really hard strikes and he doesn't appear to hold back much. (watch the guy trying to feel his hand again after the ulnar nerve strike)

that puts me in the same mindset as BrianS, just abusing the uke and possible doing permanent damage.(assuming he does this to his students all the time)

but, maybe it's just for show. I've been wrong before.
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#354427 - 08/02/07 04:53 PM Re: This is what I am talking about [Re: BrianS]
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Yeah,

I've been put out by a few similar to these. But, from my experience they tend to have more to do with jarring the brain pan than anything as mystical as what some of these guys portray.

Hit someone at the base of the skull at the right angle (from the back or side) with the right tool and force, his lights are gonna go out. The brain doesn't like to be threatened; it has little room to move in there so when you rattle it... it turns off. Of course there are other things that cause this same reaction, like the carotid artery strikes, so pls don't flood me with replies on all the other things that can make you go unconscious.
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#354428 - 08/02/07 06:34 PM Re: This is what I am talking about [Re: BrianS]
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if you say so. what im at odds with is the ammount of pain onthe faces of the people being hit. forgive me for bringing up the mma thing, but we have seen fighters in the ring take more punishment and keep on truck'n. if these things work well, then why arn't they used in competetive fighting? safety?

i don't mean to disrespect anyone here, im asking honestly. is it that its hard to hit these points effectivly under stress? adrenlen pulls then through it?

this man makes it look easy to drop the biggest of guys, same thing with underdog's latest post. she lays donw some proper beats, and i'd love to understand this better.

thanks
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