It is a couple of months too late, but don't let that stop you. Can you turn water into aged brandy for your next trick?
Hmmm just out of curiousity I put in a search for TFT and came upon this site, and seeing as I attended a live session as well as purchased 2 of their produts I thought I should put in my 2 cents on this topic though it appears to be a couple months too late.
This is a bad idea for fighting or self defense. You CANNOT reliably control your opponent in a fight - there is far too much chance for something to go wrong for you to depend entirely on 'reflex reactions.'
This is still assuming that the strike is effective. You cannot base your entire fight on the success of a single technique that leads you to the next technique and so on. If you try to hit my nose with a brick and I duck, than my hands aren't up around my face which means your punches to the shortribs aren't set up, etc.
Now you guys can talk semantics all day long but look at it from this point of view. If I step in and hit you with a brick to the nose, will your hands stay at your sides or go to your knee to protect it? obviously not I think we can all have an objective view as to how the body would react to that. So what about a kick to the groin that ruptures a testicle or both? would your pelvis arch foward toward the thing that injured it and would your hands fly up into the air or would it go the area of injury to try and protect it from getting said injury a second time and would'nt your pelvis move away from that negative stimuli? duh!
Oh, wait, that leads to your next argument:
If the first target doesn't work, you turn all of your force onto the second target.
The problem with that logic is that the human mind doesn't translate input to action as fast as you would require. If you intend to make me bend over with a groin kick and then step in with an uppercut (for example), then you don't have time to wait and see if the kick is effective before stepping in or I can use that time to react. If you're prepared for the strike to fail and you're ready to attack a secondary target, then you're not ready for the strike to succeed. Your reaction time is about 1/3 of a second, which is plently long in a fight. You can't just strike-judge reaction-strike-judge reaction...it's a foolish concept.
And what happens if you miss and DON'T get your reflex reaction? Or if he's high or in the middle of an adrenaline dump and gets reduced nerve input and thus, you don't get your reflex reaction? Then he sinks the choke and you're done.
So lets use an example, lets say I'm on the ground and the guy comes behind me and puts or rather is attempting to put his arms or even a knife around my neck and I say attempting because I'm not going to wait on him to see what kind of choke hold he puts on me but rather I'm going to pick a target thats easily available to me and in this senario I choose his LFC nerve that runs along the outside of his leg and the tool I choose is my elbow, from there I get my reflex action and then I choose whatever target I want from there.