Sanchin Kyusho Tegumi
Part 9 in a Continuing Series
I believe the Old Masters really did this type of training (as example Gichin Funakoshi the founder of Shotokan, working 10 years on one Kata called Nai Han Chi), as they took one Kata and really studied it to mastery. They started putting in subsequent Kata for different things, such as for marketing and selling just information to American GI's over in Japan and Okinawa. It then blossomed and became the norm of what is now called traditional martial arts, although not really the traditional process at all.
Now you can take it and practice this sequence, working faster and more aggressively until you become adept under greater and greater stress load. All while honing your Kyusho targeting, tools and of course trajectories.
This next segment uses trapping as well as striking methods within the Sanchin Strike posture. It is applied to cause a knockout on the Transverse Cervical Nerve, after an arm attack on the Golgi Tendon Organ and the Radial Nerve of the arm. This is to show you how you can get several layers of dysfunction, up to full incapacitation and knockout.