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Kyusho : attack points in self defense and martial arts

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Every action in martial arts and self defense aims at discovering the opponents weak points, exploiting them, and finally disabling him/her without injury or to bring him/her under control.
Content: Machine generated contents note: 1.Attack Points on the Head —
1.1.Eyes —
1.2.Chin/Protuberancia mentalis —
1.3.Corners of the mouth —
1.4.Nose bone/Root of the nose/Os nasale —
1.5.Subnasal point —
1.6.Great auricular nerve/Nervus auricularis magnus —
1.7.Buccal (cheek) nerve/Nervus buccalis —
1.8.Forehead nerve/Nervus frontalis —
1.9.Infraorbital nerve/Nervus infraorbitalis —
1.10.Mental nerve/Nervus mentalis —
1.11.Upper lip —
1.12.Ear —
1.13.Parotid gland/Parotis —
1.14.Skull —
1.15.Temporal bone —
1.16.Forehead humps/Tubera frontalia —
1.17.Lower jaw —
1.18.Submandibular gland/Glandula submandibularis —
1.19.Lower lip —
1.20.Sublingual gland/Glandula sublingualis —
1.21.Cheeks —
1.22.Dental alveoli —
2.Attack Points on the Neck —
2.1.Carotis/Common carotid artery —
2.2.Nape of the neck/Cervical spine —
2.3.Jugular notch/Fossa jugularis —
2.4.Neck side muscle/Musculus sternocleidomastoideus —
2.5.Neck side muscle – insertion point —
Contents note continued: 2.6.Neck side muscle – insertion point hollow —
2.7.Larynx —
2.8.Clavicle hollow —
2.9.Trapezius/Musculus trapezius —
3.Attack Points on the Torso —
3.1.Armpit/Axilla —
3.2.Breastbone/Sternum —
3.3.Chest muscles —
3.4.Nipples/Mammary glands/Glandula mammaria —
3.5.Testicles —
3.6.Liver —
3.7.Groin —
3.8.Stomach —
3.9.Spleen —
3.10.Deltoid muscles —
3.11.Kidneys —
3.12.Kidney region/Skin folds —
3.13.Ribs —
3.14.Clavicle/Collarbone —
3.15.Solar plexus/Plexus coeliacus —
3.16.Coccyx —
3.17.Lower abdomen (Bladder, Intestines, Pubic bone) —
4.Attack Points on the Arms —
4.1.Skin of the arm —
4.2.Biceps/Musculus biceps brachii —
4.3.Elbows —
4.4.Hand —
4.5.Wrist —
4.6.The nails —
4.7.Median nerve/Nervus medianus —
4.8.Radial nerve/Nervus radialis —
4.9.Ulnar nerve/Nervus ulnaris —
4.10.Inside of the upper arm —
4.11.Triceps – Final chord —
5.Attack Points an the Legs —
5.1.Achilles tendon —
5.2.Instep —
Contents note continued: 5.3.Skin on the inside of the thigh —
5.4.Knee —
5.5.Hollow of the knee —
5.6.Sciatic nerve/Nervus ischiadicus —
5.7.Outer side of the thigh —
5.8.Inner side of the thigh —
5.9.Shinbone/Tibia —
5.10.Calves —
5.11.Fibula —
6.Special Techniques.
Abstract: Every action in martial arts and self defense aims at discovering the opponents weak points, exploiting them, and finally disabling him/her without injury or to bring him/her under control
Categories:
Physical education and sport\\Martial Arts
Language:
english
Pages:
228 / 236
File:
PDF, 7.50 MB

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