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1/22/03 12:05 PM
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presterjohn
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Edited: 22-Jan-03
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Can anyone suggest a good reference for nerve bundle, target, etc study. I'm interested in a Western Scientific anatomical perspective. Is there such a thing out there? Thanks
1/22/03 11:50 PM
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Yes, there are nerve bundles, nerve plexuses, nerve points, etc. They can be seen in Gray's Anatomy, but if you want practical knowledge, you might want to try an undergraduate anatomy or physiology book, since these will have more explanation. Though in general I speak disparagingly of "nerve attacks", hits to the brachial plexus in the shoulder, or shinkicks to the sciatic nerve on the distal side of the thigh, are realistic, high-percentage "nerve attacks". Technically.
1/24/03 8:35 AM
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Tony Blauer
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The best thing to do is explore physicllly, a map will help get you started but a lot of nerves need specific appplications to have desired effect (pressure vs rub, vs angle etc) there's a lot of specificity and when you introduce real world fighting considerations like varying pain tolerences, clothing, movement, suddenly these nerves which seemed so easy to access in training are no where to be found. Tony
1/24/03 6:51 PM
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"there's a lot of specificity and when you introduce real world fighting considerations like varying pain tolerences, clothing, movement, suddenly these nerves which seemed so easy to access in training are no where to be found." Tony LOL

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