5/12/2011 11:09am, #61
I think A, B, and C sum these up nicely. I'd like to vote in a poll too. Absent any thread change, I'm voting for C as the base component of all choke KO's with a possibility of the others contributing in rare circumstances. (underwater maybe?)
5/12/2011 11:16am, #62
5/12/2011 11:20am, #63
5/12/2011 11:26am, #64
I feel nobody had read my posts (with videos and medical papers included).... except Snake (but he doesn't count). Is an AHDH epidemy running wild there or what?
5/12/2011 11:28am, #65
5/12/2011 11:30am, #66
5/12/2011 11:33am, #67
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5/12/2011 11:35am, #68
5/12/2011 11:45am, #69
I think we can come to an educated decision based on experience, knowledge and logic to prove or disprove a theory common to martial arts training. No one has come on and said yes without a shadow of a doubt here is why it happens here is the absolute proof AND can answer any question that arises regarding their facts.
I am simply offering theories to be shot down to come to a rational answer to a question that I have. This is not about being right or wrong but about learning something together.
In case you haven't noticed I am bored at work and these exercises are keeping me entertained. Its the end of the year and students are working on projects so I just walk around going "Looks good keep going."Judo is only gentle for the guy on top.
5/12/2011 11:46am, #70
- Blood carry oxygen
- Brain need oxygen to stay awake.
- Push on nerves/arteries, slow blood down, make blood bad
- Brain go sleep
- Pulse rise, brain wake up happy.
Strangulation and it's effects on the body has been heavily researched, there doesn't seem to be any lack of source material.
I also don't see why it needs to be tested.
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