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  1. MEGA JESUS-SAMA is offline
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    **** you math class

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    Quote Originally Posted by RogueSamurai
    thats what happens when grapplers try to invent striking moves lol
    Then there's strikers that invent grappling moves.

    And archers that comment on real martial arts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RogueSamurai
    Chop in the neck? What a load of crap, thats what happens when grapplers try to invent striking moves lol
    -Thrown like and overhand right, the force concentrated in the narrow edge of the hand. Right on the carotid. How is that crap?
  3. MrSparkle is offline

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     Style: Hung Gar

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KusJZ...te%20vs%20pimp

    No matter how good either of these people are at fighting, "karate man" hit him with a pretty straight shot to the side of the neck, and he dropped. He even had trouble walking away. Whether or not the "pimp" was on crack or not is another story. But if you find the right place on your neck (approximately right in the middle of your neck) and just give it a little push, it hurts a considerable amount and gives a shooting pain to your shoulder. I'm no expert, but i'm willing to guess that a solid strike there is going to hurt.
  4. bodar is offline

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teryan
    Or being hit in the trekia?
    Way I figure it, any way you hit a Trekkie, he's gonna drop really fast. Just keep clear of their batleths and "double axe-handle" strikes and you'll be fine. :bduh:



    Sorry, couldn't resist. :biggrin:
  5. jnp is offline
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    Umm, it's actually spelled trachea. Just so you know.
    trachea
    Shut the hell up and train.
  6. Gypsy Jazz is offline
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    Quote Originally Posted by RoninPimp
    As in an axe-hand to the side of the neck? Very common in traditional Jujitsu styles and combatives. Rodney King also demontrates it in his "Crazy Monkey" boxing DVD. Leads me to believe it's an effective strike.
    I've seen King's 1st 3 videos and I don't recall seeing this strike. Any idea which one it was on? Perhaps on one of his newer ones?

    Mark Hatmaker in his book on NHB striking advocates striking to the jaw when possible, so it can't be all bad. His methods of choice are straight up boxing and the C hand strike.

    So I think we can all agree that striking in the trachea is a good way to stop someone in their tracks, no matter the method. With a tucked chin it's rather difficult to hit though. I suppose a narrower striking surface like a knife/ridgehand, C hand, or leopard fist would be a easier way to reach the neck, but most of those are awkward to train (would you want to get hit in the neck training?) and some of which put your hand in danger should you hit any hard surfaces.

    A little bit of craptacular shotokan and kung fu exposure can teach you a crapload of ways to attack the neck.
  7. king of seals is offline

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    It's called Shuto-uchi, or just Shuto.
  8. Jeice is offline

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     Style: Karate

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    Quote Originally Posted by king of seals
    It's called Shuto-uchi, or just Shuto.
    Just to reiterate what jnp said, it's "Trachea," holy ****.
    And Shuto-uke, not uchi. But then again a shuto-uke typically doesn't hit anything like an overhand right... hmm... have fun! *jumps ship*
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     Style: Hung Gar

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gypsy Jazz
    A little bit of craptacular shotokan and kung fu exposure can teach you a crapload of ways to attack the neck.
    You're damn right it did.
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     Style: Judo, Wrestling, Boxing

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    :deadhorse "Trachea"
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