Self Defense is an important subject. Kyusho Knockouts are of critical importance when it comes to self defense, here is why! When someone attacks you, and you strike them, there are many variable you do not know about.
What is their pain threshold? Are they taking any narcotics or alcohol? What is their state of mind mentally? You can hit some people with a baseball bat and they will keep coming. Muscle tissue can also absorb a lot of punishment. However striking the nervous system, especially important nerve bundles like areas that protect the integrity of the skeletal system with yield you a predictable result! In a self defense situation this is more important than I can state! It is also important the threat ends quickly! That is why Kyusho Knockouts are so important!
The diagram above shows 2 very important Kyusho Knockout points. That is GB-20 and BL-10. If hit correctly either of these points WILL CAUSE a Kyusho Knockout because they are critical to the integrity of the muscles holding the skull to the spinal column! When hit correctly a knockout is not a MAYBE, but a definite!
Now I have 2 options for you when it comes to learning, understanding and applying the Principles of Kyusho Knockouts to your self defense system. The first is a FREE 3 part Video Mini Course that you can sign up for RIGHT NOW and get started in about 2 minutes. Below is a link.
The next option is to get yourself a copy of our Understanding Neurological Pressure Point Knockouts eBook. This eBook goes into details on which points to use and learn, the kyusho principles that make them effective, but most important the medical reasons why the points work!
Follow this LINK to read more about the book that is being called the Grey’s Anatomy of Kyusho Jitsu!
Yours in the arts,
Grand Master Art Mason
Grand Master Art Mason is a professional full time martial artists and Kyusho Jitsu teacher. He is available for seminars and study groups. He resides in Brasov Romania
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