Oyatas Passai Application 11
Straight from the Bubishi, this posture and method can be seen in various self defense poses. More than that, we can see it practiced in so many old Kata, yet few understand the power and affects it has over the human body, physiology and function.
This application is best suited for waist tackle or leg lifting actions (also pictured in the Bubishi). It is a direct attack to the incoming opponents back with deeper affects on the nervous system and breathing function. It is a double dropping palm attack to stop both the diaphragmatic and bronchial tube breathing functions, causing suffocation and unconsciousness.
First let's concentrate on the tools, targets and trajectories to make it work, then we will explore the anatomical and physiological dysfunction. The specific tools used are the Iron Palm, directly from the Bubishi, it is the...
Learn the application, the anatomy, tool, trajectory and see the affects in the private extended sections below.