I'm new here! I came here to seek information about a martial arts style called, "Kyusho-Jitsu." My friend said that it could knock a person out with a gentle slap if used correctly.
After hearing that, I decided to do some research. I found that it originates from acupuncture and that it doesn't rely on brute strength. I also founded out that it concentrated on pressure points that can cause extreme pain, knock out a person, or just get them into the position you'd like them in.
When I did learn how they did it, I set out on a search for a body chart that would list the vital pressure points used with Kyusho. I didn't find one but I did manage to find an acupuncture chart which is good enough for me. I'm having trouble though. Even with the acupuncture chart, so far I only found a pressure point on the inside of my bicep and tricep on the bone. When I give it a gentle punch, I feel a serious shock through my whole arm to my palm.
I've seen in other Kyusho clips and videos where Kyusho masters knock out a person with just a gentle slap to the cheek or, "Stomach 5" I'd like to know where this stomach 5 is and other vital points because I can't find them myself. I've been poking my jaw side bone for about half an hour now and so far, I don't feel any sensation as of yet.
I apologize for the long explanation, I'm just determined to learn pressure point fighting styles so there's no violence and the fight can end in less than 10 seconds. I also forgot to mention, this is for self defense. I have no intentions of hurting, killing, or doing perma damage to anyone. I just merely want to knock them out, or get them in a painful but not damaging hold where I can try to reason with them.
Thank you for your time.