Pressure Point Exam

    What is the name of the pressure point located 10 centimetres above the knee on the inside of the thigh?

    What is the name of the pressure point located at the base of the throat?

    What is the name of the pressure point located under the armpit?

    What is the name of the pressure point located in-between the clavide and the scapula?

    What is the name of the pressure point behind the knee?

    What is the name of the pressure point located at the top of the hand?

    What is the name of the pressure point located in the hollow spot behind the ear lobe?

    What is the name of the pressure point located at the top of the shoulder near the neck?

    What is the effect of striking the Popliteal Fossa?

    To make a pressure point work, does the attack have to be a surprise?

    The Brachial Plexus is probably the most reliable place to strike someone to stun them

    The Mastoid Nerve can be used to stand someone up from a sitting position

    Pressure points are painful because of the prevalence of nerves in the area. The body has a pain withdrawal reflex, whereby it reacts to pain by moving away from it.

    There are certain areas which are likely to lead to a break if struck properly. This includes the "loose rib", the philtrum

    There are joints that when struck, can be hyper-excited and even completely torn apart. This is a technique which can cause permanent damage and disfiguration to one's opponent

    What is the best weapon to damage the jugular notch?

    The brain is a very hardy organ, which is encased in the skull. The brain sits tightly against the skull and balances on a very flexible spine.

    Some believe there are energy channels which flow around the body through acupuncture meridians, and an attack will impact the flows, and thus impact the body. This is called "chi", "ki", or "qi".

    Striking veins and arteries can cause them to shut or tear, both of which will definitely cause black-out and possible death if not treated immediately.