Pressure Points of the Martial Combat System

mikazuki pressure point throat


CAVITY # 10, Mikazuki Name: Mikazuki. Strike point: Cv #23. Location: Above the Adam’s apple, in the depression of the upper boarder of the hyoid bone. Direction of strike: Straight in and upward. Depth: 0.5 to 1.0. Vasculation: The anterior jugular vein. Innervation: The branch of the cutaneous cervical nerve, and the hypoglossal nerve and the branch of the glossopharyngeal nerve.…
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jinchu pressure point under nose


CAVITY #8 Jinchu Name: Jinchu also named Jodon; there is no translation in English. Strike point: Governing vessel # 26. Location: A little above midpoint of the philtrum, just under the nostrils. Direction of strike: Straight in then turn upward, or obliquely upward. Depth: 0.3 to 0.5. Vasculation: The superior labial artery and vein. Innervation: The buccal branch of the facial nerve,…
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uto pressure point center forehead


CAVITY #5 Uto Name: Uto or Miken. Uto is Defined as time flies like an arrow: Miken defined as the middle of the forehead, the brow. Strike point: This is not an acupuncture point. On the Governing Vessel (GV) meridian between Gv #24 and Gv #25. Location: One half inch above Eye Bridge, between the eyes. Direction: Varies…
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dokko pressure point behind ear


CAVITY # 3 Dokko Name: Dokko, Translation, to travel alone. Striking point: In the area of SJ or TW #17, Yifeng, translated, ( protected from the wind). Location: Dokko is a hollow spot behind the ear lobe Direction of strike: Toward the center of the brain, or the frontal lobe. Depth: One half inch to an inch…
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tento pressure point - top of head


CAVITY # 2, TENTO Name: Tento GV 24, meaning; the sun, providence. Location: 0.5 cun or one half inch directly above the middle of the anterior hairline. Direction: Slightly angled to the back, or downwards. Depth: 0.3 to 0.5 cun. Vasculation: Branch of the frontal artery. Innervations: Branch of the frontal nerve. Weapon: Sharp to blunt, Cutting fist, one…
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shofu pressure point


CAVITY # 13 Shofu Name: Shofu, translation, wood cutter, showing the manner in which the strike is to be made. Also Shao Chang Ching in Chinese, translated, window to heaven Strike point: SI # 16. Location: In the lateral aspect of the neck, in the posterior border of the Sternocleidomastoideus posterosuperior on both sides of…
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How can I learn combat pressure point striking? Part 4

The top rated tapes and DVD’s on the market today have pros as well as cons, which we will explore together to see what they have and what they lack. As many of you already know many of them are a complete waste of time as well as money. Others have value in differing ways.…
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How can I learn combat pressure point striking? Part 3

So far, we’ve looked, at many of the books and manuals, and also the pressure point web sites that appear on the world wide web. We’ve found that, we may pick up a scrap or two of information here and there, and if you read all the books and manuals and search through all the…
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How can I learn combat pressure point striking? Part 2

Years ago, when I got my first computer with internet access, I searched the net, typing in all the key words used for striking points in all of the martial arts. Words like, Dim Mak, Pressure Point, Vital Point, Poison Hand, pressure point striking and so on. At that time there were few web sites…
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How can I learn combat pressure point striking? Part 1

Many of you who practice in the martial arts, have an inner longing to learn how pressure point striking to the human anatomy works. Many have expressed the hope of acquiring the knowledge by one source or another. Many students from around the world have tried almost every resource out there to harness the abilities…
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