Advanced Kyusho Sound Projection - Part 5

Kyusho Passing The Guard

This installment of the Sound Projection series will be in two specific techniques used in ground fighting. Passing the Guard and the Triangle Choke will be the featured methods this time as the projection makes them far more defendable as well as unexpected for the opponent.

In most Martial Styles, there are set physical method, procedure and application that are readily known as well as expected. However the introduction of a unexpected method causes confusion, pause and a lag in an opponents ability to counter. As they have not experienced the attack before, they must rely on instinct and or thought process that are not directly capable of dealing with a totaly new paradigm or method. This gives the practitioner the advantage in both time and transitional flow.

The Passing of the Guard is a method we in Kyusho have practiced thousands of times as a staple part of our training program, the Triangle Choke is also a staple but more advanced in the training levels. They were both readily defendable with the application of nerve attacks on the opponents limbs. Th nerves are not only tried and true, they are also a component of the projection applications as well.

The projections are as a affect multiplier, but inthe demonstrations we are using them as the primary application to fully understand their affect and reliability. That we also place our hands on the nerve target is to simultaneously train our tried and true methods to retain integrity in our responses.

Learn the application, the anatomy, tool, trajectory and see the affects in the private extended sections below.

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