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    just wondering... what did everyone else think was meant by the whole pressure point thing?

    it's not like you'll just stand there front on while they throw a punch, not moving, not blocking or anything and just go straight in for a presure point.. it just sounds like that's what some people think..

    But maybe I just naturally assumed that it would go togther with moving out of the way and putting yourself into a good position and all that. sorry.

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    when my teacher hits me on a correct point it feels like i have been hit by concrete and i cannot move where he punched, so imagine that in a fight!

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    Originally posted by Greg Chapman
    when my teacher hits me on a correct point it feels like i have been hit by concrete and i cannot move where he punched, so imagine that in a fight!
    imagine finding that exact point in a real fight

    it was mentioned by someone in this area before, some points are useful and easily accesible while others aren't
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    i agree, but when your the uke and in a training environment hitting the same point over and over for demo purposes is really crippling!

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