Pressure points of the Legs1 level 1

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19. July 2011 by Admin
Categories: NLP | Tags: , , , | 25 comments

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  1. I’ve been wanting to learn pressure points for a very long time, and these videos helped me a lot! I have also been wanting to learn various Martial Arts as well. Since I am only 4 feet 9 inches tall and will NEVER grow another inch again, I believe that if I’m ever in troulble, ALL my enemies will most likely to be taller and physically stronger than I am. So far, I have learned only some basics of Karate and Filipino Stick Fight. *Bows* I Thank you for uplaoding these videos. 🙂

  2. Hilarious reactions on the dead legs! Great thing is im doing this on myself as i go along and the pain is intense. “The proof is in the punch” to say the least.

  3. @gene15644b you how the do a rubber stamp on a parcel? your fist hits like that.

  4. @gekiryudojo I don’t understand what you mean, Sir, though I would like to understand. Guess that it’s something that one has to do to understand fully what you mean?

  5. @gene15644b the systema punch is like a stamp (like a post stamp)

  6. I’ve seen several of your videos. I notice that the strikes “crack”. I doubt that you’re using a sound effect but wonder if the strikes are done in such way that they sound “sharp”?

    Thank you very much for posting these videos, Sir!

  7. @gekiryudojo its like pushing a pain/off button on somebody lol. Greats videos i love them all!!!

  8. @EpicButtSecks guns are for pussies that cant fight

  9. @stikoganja I am more scary in real life I have had many fights in the past you calm down as you get older and wiser

  10. you look very unassuming from the onset … if you ever have gotten in fights, i bet the guys you fought didn’t really think you would be a difficult match

  11. @tyebo87 I can easily Knock you out by only shooting you in the face with my 9 mm.

  12. i tried at myself and the pain is crazy

  13. @TheThebroz1 You can lay them on there side i think

  14. @gekiryudojo thank you so much cause if i get in a fight i dont want to sevirley hurt them you know

  15. @TheThebroz1 Last time I knocked someone out he was full of blood and I was dealing with another of his friends! so if I knock someone out it is in a real fight,
    in answer to your question NO

  16. if you knock a person out dont you have to get them up some how like cross the legs and sit them up and do something to the neck?

  17. at 6:18 I thought I saw a weak spot,,, you still have a lot of open spots to hit u around there,,, but I must admit,,, with that elbow on that spot on your leg,,, I can assure everybody to NOT practice this with some high speed…. your leg will be numb for a few minutes,, + a horrible pain.. xD.

    Although I learned the same this guy explains it here,,, It’s a very powerfull mix with MMA like TKD or Muay thai. =)

    Good job

  18. @afaijtima3iya Thank you 🙂

  19. thank you for all theses videos.VERY INSTRUCTIVE.

    bow

  20. i love your vedios but would you be interested in drawing the pressure points with a sharpee?
    more of a close up?

  21. Can you fix muscular injuries?????i live in vancouver canada,do u know any one here??????

  22. This guy is getting his ass whiped here him go mmmmhhhhhmmmmm

  23. Thanks and I am getting better every day 🙂

  24. @gekiryudojo i hope you will get better and i will pray for you.your information on koto ryu was exceptional.i studied bujinkan since 1998. your contribution to the ryu and to the art is much appreciated by me and others.

  25. it turned out to be Multiple Sclerosis and not just a virus! but I never stopped training

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