Pressure Point HT-06
Today I am going to spend a few minutes taking about a pressure point that works on everyone. This is the "wrist" release Pressure Point HT-06. The effect we are going to discuss with Pressure Point HT-06 also requires it to be used on conjunction with Pressure Point LU-08.
Therefore this is kind of a dual pressure point article.
Pressure Point HT-06 - Location
Pressure Point LU--08 is located directly opposite in the groove in the wrist where your pulse is taken. One cun above the transverse crease of the wrist, in the depression on the
radial side of the radial artery.
Both these pressure point respond to TOUCH or rub. This makes sense as due to their location a strike would be just about impossible.
HT-06 & LU-08 Effects
These pressure points are best used off of a wrist grab. Stimulation of both pressure points at the same time will cause the following effect.
Pressure Point HT-06 when pushed compresses a nerve located beneath the Ulnar bone. This is a "Y" shaped nerve, and when compressed caused the wrist to release.
Pressure Point LU-08 also has a "Y" shaped nerve beneath it. Compression here will cause a weakness in the hand causing the grip on the wrist to loosen. See the video below for more details.
While this does work on everyone, or at lease anyone I have personally tried using it on, by itself it is rather useless.
Yes, you can work the person into an arm lock from this, however ending a conflict FAST, especially with the unprecedented violence of today's streets is a better idea.
But the good news this, that if you follow up with a strike to ST-05 you will get an amplified result at HT-06 sets up ST 05 directly!
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