Re: See Through the Sifu
- From: Rabid Weasel <lawson@NO10673SPAM+dayton.net>
- Date: Sat, 25 Feb 2006 13:09:38 GMT
On Sat, 25 Feb 2006 06:35:36 +0000, xiaou2 wrote:
Yet ask yourself can 'thickness of the skull' really effect the
whiplash action of a punch that causes rotational effects that tear at
the dura mater and the brainstem? Those are the blows that knock
Well, I agree there.. that having a hard head may not in fact stop a KO.
Im just saying that "conditioning" can and does work. It may be possible
that repeated blows does create stronger tissue bonds in the brain itself,
and better support tissue to cradle it.. however, Im not a medic, and cant
confirm such a theory.
Not according to one Surgeon I have spoken with regarding the brain.
Also the place to punch someone is on the nose or on the
jaw, not on the top of the head.
IMOP, you are wrong. Ive dizzied several artist with a single low power
hit this way.
The Jaw, is better than the nose as its connected well to the skull, and
thus will transmit vibration to the brain very well. However, it is
protected by facial muscle fibers, fat, tissues, ect... which also absorb.
"The Button" is on the chin.
Personally Im not into headbutts. However, that is why you added "unless
you really know what you're doing" In reality, if conditioned correctly,
you may not be prone to the same types of damages. I wouldnt bet any moeny
on it though :)
Frank posted an excellent article on Headbuts you should google it and
Peace favor your sword (IH),
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