How can you make sure you hit your opponent’s pressure points accurately and effectively?
Is there a visual indicator I can rely on, like a certain patch of wrinkles in the other guy’s shirt that shows the spot I need to hit. What should I look for?
I try them out on myself (in case I ever need to use them for self-defense. But when I train with a sparring partner, everything happens so fast that I am not sure my jabs have hit him in the right place. And most times when I do know I hit the spot, I also realize it was purely by luck.
I have never done any martial arts training, but I’m asking this question in case I’m ever attacked and need to defend myself. I would much rather use pressure points than other attacks.
Is it true that if you just blindly punch someone, it’s more likely you’ll be the one getting hurt? That’s why I’m asking about vulnerable points on the human body. I want to use pressure points in fighting.
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