In this next action in the Kata, we can see Oyata pulling his fists back to his sides (from the open position designating a possible seizing action), as the Knee Rises. A side kick is delivered low just prior to the pivoting action as another way to enact the Kyusho Attack to the opposite leg.
This action can target both the nerves and or the vascular tissues of the opponent, depending on the power levels, accuracy and trajectories of the strikes/grabs. As the Primary Target we look to the inner thigh where the Femoral Nerves, Veins and Arteries can be accessed. The secondary or weakening targets are in the mid-neck on both sides, again comprised of Nerves, Veins and Arteries.
Learn the application, the anatomy, tool, trajectory and see the affects in the private extended sections below.