Part 3 in a Continuing Series
So we came into this part in the form we're coming into the first strike, now the initiation is a deflection, it could be a Parry, it could be a number of different things. As the opponent starts coming at you with a clinch, or the waist type of tackle, you can quickly use this action to shift their head to send his body weight, momentum and energy off to the side. Once you turned his head, his body can't come forward toward you as much. His body inertia is going to go off to the side as we turn their head. Once you have caught him, we are now going to apply this strike into the nerves of the lower neck.
In the lower side of the neck there's a little pocket between the Sternocleidoid mastoid muscle and the Trapezius. When you press into this you can see how it weakens the body, but if you strike into this target you can see it weakens the body quite a bit more, up t and including full unconsciousness and body dysfunction.