I was recently asked about Pressure Point Knockouts on GB-20. Is it a hard point to reach? How dangerous is the pressure point itself? So lets take a few minutes and look at the point Gall Bladder 20 in detail!
As you can see from the diagram above GB20 is nested in the dent in the back of the skull. However it is pretty easy to hit when you are in close range. Especially using an inward knife hand and the knuckle at the thumb.
Now this point is part of the "lesser occipital nerve" which is responsible for protecting among other things the integrity of the skull to the spinal column. This is why when the point is hit, in the case of the picture above, in and up, a knockout will occur. This causes the body to relax and protects the area. Therefore the cool thing about this point is that it is to critical you don't need a setup, just the correct angle and direction.
I have an awesome eBook that goes into great deals about GB-20 and many other critical knockout points. How and why they work! It has been called the Grey's Anatomy of Kyusho Jitsu! Hence it is the best possible reference for master Kyusho Knockouts!
If you follow the link below you can learn more about this critical kyusho work! And the price is excellent! The eBook is available for immediate download also!
Most of all, this will get you on the road to mastering the science of neurological knockouts! If you have any questions please comment below! Also consider sharing this post and others on social media.
Have a great day!
Yours in the arts,
Grand Master Art Mason
Grand Master Art Mason is a professional full time martial artists and Kyusho Jitsu teacher. He is available for seminars and study groups. He resides in Brasov Romania
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