Sanchin Kyusho Tegumi
Part 10 in a Continuing Series
On the next hand strike in the Sanchin Kyusho Tegumi, we shift from lock and Iron Sword to the opponents opposite side with the next Sanchin Striking action. This time we use the Parry hand to slap the Temporal Branch of the Facial Nerve, turning the head (as it alters the opponents level of consciousness). This initial Parry slap is followed by the knuckles of the hand swinging under the first, catching the root of the Facial Nerve, (again as it alters the opponents level of consciousness). If the opponent is still standing, we then continue the Sanchin Arm Strike action with the Iron Bone Hand attacking the Transverse Cervical Nerve on the front of the Sternocleidomastoid Muscle, (again as it alters the opponents level of consciousness).