Poul Bowman 9. Dan Kyusho

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In dieser DVD zeigt Paul Bowman eine Vielzahl von Drills, widmet sich intensiv der Stimulation von Schmerzpunkten, zeigt Kata Anwendungen und behandelt in einem gesonderten Kapitel, während des Partnertrainings, die Energierückführung. 29.09.2012 Todtnau Laufzeit Original DVD ca. 95 Min.

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Захватывающе выглядит на записи, посмотреть бы реальный спаринг, чтобы понять насколько хороша данная система самовыражения (метода)

Author — Игорь Свиридов

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I have used Pressure Points to Control & Restrain persons in my security job but they were more in a grappling types of situations and they were mainly pressing activation points. The only times I've used strike activated pressure points was in 2 separate scenarios.
First one I was in a clinch situation and hit the back of the head on the left hand side near the point I think is called Gallblader 20 but I'm not certain on it's name and the gentleman was pretty much stunned long enough for me to execute a simple takedown and then help had arrived to assist with the apprehension.
Second was I had a wristlock on a person and he was leaning forward and he tried to spin around out of it and I slapped downward on the tricep and he went down.
My apologies if I haven't explained the situations well.
I did 3 separate Pressure Point Courses and strike activated points did work in the course but we were learning the on a static and somewhat compliant partner and being the demo student I got the full brunt of 2 instructors on 2 course so I know they work on myself.
I must say I was skeptical as well when I was first exposed to pressure point tactics but I'll conclude by saying they do work on most (not all) people and should be used to make your current knowledge in Combatives or Martial Arts better not as a sole system or style.

Author — philphoemix777

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The Uke wearing a blue Gi top is the biggest actor going. Seen him 'performing' his act of being in pain and almost being knocked out in our dojo, had to try and stop myself laughing.

Author — Andrew Cutter

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3:54 hahahahaha!!!! This guy is a legend at selling the move. Even the short guy behind him is laughing at them lol.

Author — Legends Never Die

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At 3:51 he doesn’t even take a hit but gets up like he just got punched by an actual fighter. This stuff is hilarious!

Author — troym33

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I would like to see the old guy actually use that in a real fight.

Author — Sung Ha

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Jujitsu and Aikijutsu have the same techniques! These traditional martial arts also have lots of striking techniques known as Atemi or Atemiwaza.

Author — SUSAN O'HARA

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I got a six pack from cringing. Thanks Paul.

Author — CharcoalBriquette

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I got the wrong impression of you. Amazing skills. Maximum Effiency with Minimum Effort. I Love This. Keep Doing what you are doing. Because Haters are going to Hate. Someday I will go to a Seminar of yours.

Author — Carmen Munoz

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Looks awesome! Too sad that this so called Pressure Point Attacks dont work.

Author — Holso GmbH

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the pressure point stuff does work, from a scientific point of view. famous example is, when you accidentally hit your elbow somewhere and it gives you chills to your finger tips. that's the Nervus ulnaris, and it's running superficial in that area of you arm. hitting there can "paralyze" your opponents arm for a few seconds. though i guess you have to be a master to apply this in real combat.

Author — cephir909

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квалификация данного мастера вызывает большие сомнения . спина колесом ножки в невпопад, техники спорные .... большой живот .

Author — vsn 2019

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I'm in my 60's and done martial arts for awhile. I'm a huge fan of all styles of Jujitsu. If any of these fakers got in a match with a BJJ practioner. It would take 5 seconds and the event would be over. I've never been KO'D by these chumps but a BJJ artist chocked me out in 10 seconds. This stuff is as funny as pro wrestling. Mr Pork Fat vs Mr Jelly Roll!

Author — Gary Williamson

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I wonder if Master Graham Dyball ever gets sick of pretending to get knocked out and then getting slapped around to get "revived" by that fat charlatan. Every demo I've ever seen with "Grand Master" Bowman he always uses Graham and invariably Graham will get knocked out in a most dramatic fashion that involves much flailing and staggering that is then followed by overly dramatized stupor and a barrage of slaps to the shoulders and head to  resuscitate the poor "incapacitated" Graham. I wonder if Graham is ever like, "Can I please, just this once, be the one that fake knocks you out, Bowman? Please!"

Author — jason bourne

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hermosa paliza el de azul pagó todos sus pecados

Author — marcos cabral

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it looks like they watched some videos of aikido, taichi, wing chun, karate and used some techniques adding their pressure points.
the few things I've seen that resembled the art I practice, aikido, were poorly executed. some sort of compliant joint lock which not only wouldn't get the opponent down, but it also wouldn't offer any protection from a simple counter attack. I admit that this seminar showed more martial art ( even though bad) than Dillman's or Cameron's put together haha

Author — Gigi Pizzuto

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was this weight watchers? fucking hell there were some guts

Author — Nathan Beeby

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This poor guy, he is always the punching bag. I hope they pay him well.

Author — Steve Kluze

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try it on someone who is adrenaline packed and wants to hurt you, not a sitting duck.

Author — A i

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The guy in blue was hospitalized for 2 weeks after this video 😂😂😂😂 dont try this at home kids.

Author — T T