Have you ever wondered as an example what BL-55 does? Or perhaps ST-15? There are over 350 pressure points on the human body and each has its own purpose. And they can be classified as destructive or healing. But the problem is how do you know the difference? What function does each point have and what if anything happens when I hit it? In walks Kyusho Pressure Point Anatomy.
And how do I hit it?
This all new eBook called Kyusho Pressure Point Anatomy will cover everything you need to know about EVERY pressure point on the human body! It will truly be the Grey's Anatomy of Kyusho Jitsu.
Kyusho Pressure Point Anatomy is the ULTIMATE reference book for expanding your knowledge of the science of pressure point self defense and helping to tailor it to your root style of art!
This eBook is expected to be about 200 pages of information, pictures and diagrams! The final edition is now online and can be ordered for immediate download. Spanish will be coming within a few more weeks. However you can PreOrder the Spanish edition and same right now!
Its It's very nice book teaches point by points. And its short an clear to understand without borong. Thank you GM
No if you make it rubbing striking and pressing point of every point with techniques how to use it . It will be mor beneficial to readers of the book. Thanks GM
Yes i do. Its easy to understand and its short No more boring to read. Thanks GM
It is structured well and easy to follow
I imagine so coming from a novice.Without question
Yes, without question.
I found the book fantastically enlightening, the easy to remember information was clear and percise, the diagrams were really easy to follow, with this book, I believe one can gain real knowledge of the inner workings of Kyusho
It had an abuntance of knowledge and great detail on the subject matter
Without a doubt, I would definitely recommend this ebook
Very very good. I've been watching videos from Kyusho Jitsu master Scott Rogers and Paul Bowman. My jaw was on the floor. I have explored some of those pressure points on my own body and yes i do feel something there. I can do this all day. I love it. Wow.
VERY. Some of those terms of the anatomy i have to look up to locate pressure point but the meridian itself is self explanatory.
Indeed. It opened my eyes. It gave me a purpose. A target. A purpose to throw a punch or to end an altercation peacefully. I'm hooked
It is good for the basic knowledge about acupuncture (acupressure) points.
Was the book detailed enough? Yes, it was.
I can recommend it to the Kyusho Jitsu Students.
Pressure point impact/contact directions would be an added value in this KJ reference
I might upon receiving and reading the complete ebook
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Pressure Point ST-09 is situated right over the carotid sinus. The carotid sinus is a Baroreceptor, whose purpose is to detect an increase in blood pressure. When it detects an increase, it sends a signal to the vasomotor center of the via the vagus nerve. This initiates a Vasodilatation, and slowing of the heart rate to lower the blood pressure to normal
When struck this pressure points is struck there is an immediate, violent and dangerous response from the brain. The blood pressure will drop quickly causing a "vascular faint" or knockout. This can be accomplished with a low to medium strike.
A harder strike can cause serious damage to the nervous and arterial systems of the area which will result in death. ST-09 is also Dim Mak points because an energy strike to this part of the system, both nervous and vascular, will cause enough "dysfunction" to result in death overtime.
The serious martial artist should be concerned about Carotid Sinus Reflex when it comes to this pressure point and ST-10. The effect is temporary loss of consciousness or a knockout that sometimes accompanies convulsive seizures. This is because of the power of the carotid sinus reflex when pressure builds up in one or both carotid sinuses.