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Punching Attack Self Defense Techniques
« on: November 25, 2003, 12:28:27 PM »
Punching Attack Self Defense Techniques

Punching Attack Defense # 1 ( a )

Attack:

Attacker executes a right cross punch aimed at the Defender's head from an Orthodox Boxing Stance.

Defense:

001.  Defender steps with the left foot toward the 10:00 mark, shifting the stance from a
         Ready Stance into a Left Forward Stance.

002.  Defender executes a Left Inward Open Hand Palm Brush Parry Block to the
         Attacker's right forearm targeting the outside of the arm mid way between wrist and
         Elbow.

003.  Defender executes a Right "L" Shaped High Outward Block, targeting the right
         punching arm at just behind the elbow while cocking back the left hand up and
         behind the Defender's left ear.

004.  Defender executes a Right Front Forward Thrust Kick toward the 1:00 mark
         targeting the Attacker's pubic bone.

005.  Defender lands into a Right Forward Stance and simultaneously executes a Left
         Inward Block to the Attacker's right punching arm targeting just behind the elbow    
         While maintaining the Right Outward Block in the original position.

006.  Defender shifts the stance from a Right Forward Stance to a Left Forward Stance
         facing toward 11:30 while executing a Right Front Punch to the Attacker's neck on
         right side.

007.  Defender steps back first with the left foot then the right foot into a Left Forward
         Forward Stance while looking around for other potential Attackers.
« Last Edit: November 25, 2003, 02:06:42 PM by BB54 »
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Re:Punching Attack Self Defense Techniques
« Reply #1 on: November 25, 2003, 06:55:02 PM »
> ATTACKER PUNCHES TO FACE WITH RIGHT HAND.

1) LEFT LEG LATERALS OUT TO FORWARD STANCE.

2) LEFT HAND PALM HEEL STRIKE TO ATTACKERS ARM AT SMALL INTESTINE #7 IN THE MIDDLE OF THE FOREARM ALONG THE ULNA AT THE END OF THE EXTENSOR CARIP ULNARIS MUSCLE.

3) RIGHT HAND OUTWARD FIFTH KNUCKLE STRIKE TO ATTACKERS ARM AT TRIPLE WARMER #12 IN THE MIDDLE OF THE TRICEP. TW#12 LIES OVER THE FUCIFORM FIBER OF THE HUMERUS BONE.

4) RIGHT LEG FRONT SNAP KICK TO SPLEEN #11 ON THE INSIDE OF THE ATTACKERS LEFT LEG ABOUGHT MIDWAY BETWEEN THE KNEE-JOINT AND THE GROIN ON THE ANTERIOR FEMORAL CUTANEOUS NERVE AND THE SAPHENOUS NERVE.

5) LEFT HAND PALM HEEL STRIKE TO ATTACKERS JAW AT STOMACH #5 ON THE ANTERIOR BORDER OR THE MASSETER MUSCLE, AT THE GROVE OF THE JAW.

6) RIGHT HAND SINGLE HAND CHOP TO THE SIDE OF THE  ATTACKERS NECK AT LARGE INTESTINE #18 HITING THE ASCENDING CERVICAL ARTERY, THE GREAT AURICULAR NERVE, THE CUTANEOUS COLLI NERVE, THE LESSER OCCIPITAL NERVE AND THE ACCESSORY NERVE.

7) WHEN  ATTACKER FALLS TO THE GROUND HEEL STOMP TO TRIPLE WARMER #17 BEHIND THE JAW AT THE POSTERIOR AURICULAR ARTERY AND THE SUPERFICIAL JUGULAR VEIN.

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Re:Punching Attack Self Defense Techniques
« Reply #2 on: November 25, 2003, 11:21:33 PM »
hey mark, is that double block and kick at the same time? or do you kick after the brush block, punch to the tricep?and wouldnt a punch under the arm pit to the nerve that affects the heart  with the left hand be faster and more natural than the punch to the chin? and wouldnt that left to the armpit also set up the chop to the neck with the right hand better, or more naturally?

just my oppinion.
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Re:Punching Attack Self Defense Techniques
« Reply #3 on: November 25, 2003, 11:24:24 PM »
Shodanson,

Since most martial arts aren't taught at that level of detail, it really is Latin to most.  So don't worry.
Sifu Mark has described his targets using a combination of Western anatomical terms (nerves, muscles, blodd vessels, organs, etc.) and Eastern meridian theory (Small Intestine #7) .   An excellent and concise reference that equates the targets in both "Western "and "Eastern" terms is Marc Tadeschi's
work.  He is a Hapkido man, but you will no doubt recognize most of the techniques as those in Kajukenbo.

1) _Hapkido: Traditions, Philosophy, Technique_
by Marc Tedeschi

2) Essential Anatomy : For the Healing and Martial Arts
by Marc Tedeschi


The second book is actually contained in the first book.
I blown my wallet, I mean, uh , purchased many books on anatomy and meridian theory.  In retrospect, Book #2 is everything I ever wanted from those works in a reference.

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Re:Punching Attack Self Defense Techniques
« Reply #4 on: November 25, 2003, 11:26:23 PM »
Sifu Mark,

Yowza, what an inspring post !  I wish my art had been passed to me with that level of detail.  My instructor and I can only work backwards from rough descriptions (chop to bicep, chop to side of neck) and guess&match the targets to meridian points.
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Re:Punching Attack Self Defense Techniques/translation to english
« Reply #5 on: November 25, 2003, 11:55:37 PM »
> ATTACKER PUNCHES TO FACE WITH RIGHT HAND.

1) LEFT LEG LATERALS OUT TO FORWARD STANCE.

2) LEFT HAND PALM HEEL STRIKE TO ATTACKERS ARM AT SMALL INTESTINE #7 IN THE MIDDLE OF THE FOREARM ALONG THE ULNA AT THE END OF THE EXTENSOR CARIP ULNARIS MUSCLE.
He's giving anatomical landmarks for accupuncture points. SI#7 is in the middle of the top of the forearm. The extensor carpi ulnaris is a muscle that attaches in the fold of the elbow, travels down the top of the arm, across just past the bump on the outside of the wrist. When it contracts, the wrist extends (back of hand comes up). Muscles are usually named for what they do, or where they are. In this case, Extensor - extends, Carpi - the carpal bones, Ulnaris - at the end of the ulna (arm bone).
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3) RIGHT HAND OUTWARD FIFTH KNUCKLE STRIKE TO ATTACKERS ARM AT TRIPLE WARMER #12 IN THE MIDDLE OF THE TRICEP. TW#12 LIES OVER THE FUCIFORM FIBER OF THE HUMERUS BONE.
I don't know what the Fuciform fiber is, but I'm guessing it's the common tendon where the heads of the triceps join. 'In the middle of the tricep' was enough detail to get you there.
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4) RIGHT LEG FRONT SNAP KICK TO SPLEEN #11 ON THE INSIDE OF THE ATTACKERS LEFT LEG ABOUGHT MIDWAY BETWEEN THE KNEE-JOINT AND THE GROIN ON THE ANTERIOR FEMORAL CUTANEOUS NERVE AND THE SAPHENOUS NERVE.
ANTERIOR=front
FEMORAL=on the femur (thigh bone)
CUTANEOUS=near the surface
 NERVE

The ANTERIOR FEMORAL CUTANEOUS NERVE goes about halfway down the front of the thigh.

The SAPHENOUS NERVE goes down the inside of the thigh.

They branch out from a common trunk in the pelvis, so I don't exactly see how something on the thigh could be 'on' both of them.  
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5) LEFT HAND PALM HEEL STRIKE TO ATTACKERS JAW AT STOMACH #5 ON THE ANTERIOR BORDER OR THE MASSETER MUSCLE, AT THE GROVE OF THE JAW.
To find the masseter muscle on yourself, clench your teeth, and feel the muscle on the side of your face. That's the masseter. Slide your finger along the jawline to the front edge of that muscle, voila, Stomach #5 pressure point. Anterior border =front edge essentially.
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6) RIGHT HAND SINGLE HAND CHOP TO THE SIDE OF THE  ATTACKERS NECK AT LARGE INTESTINE #18 HITING THE ASCENDING CERVICAL ARTERY, THE GREAT AURICULAR NERVE, THE CUTANEOUS COLLI NERVE, THE LESSER OCCIPITAL NERVE AND THE ACCESSORY NERVE.
Hit 'em in the side of the neck.
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7) WHEN  ATTACKER FALLS TO THE GROUND HEEL STOMP TO TRIPLE WARMER #17 BEHIND THE JAW AT THE POSTERIOR AURICULAR ARTERY AND THE SUPERFICIAL JUGULAR VEIN.


Stomp on his neck when he's on the ground. Lots of nerves there.


Anatomy & Physiology courses are great for Martial artists. The little 'Anatomy Coloring Book' is a good start. I can hardly wait until I get to take my Biomechanics course.
Hope this was helpful,
Matt
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Re:Punching Attack Self Defense Techniques
« Reply #6 on: November 26, 2003, 11:56:09 AM »
great idea shodanson, if you guys do marks seminar, ill join in too and have my guys jump in.
anyone else interested?
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Re:Punching Attack Self Defense Techniques
« Reply #7 on: November 26, 2003, 01:16:53 PM »
i would love to join a nice pressur point seminar.
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Re:Punching Attack Self Defense Techniques
« Reply #8 on: November 26, 2003, 06:22:15 PM »
come on down, maybe we can have mark teach one before we work out.
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Re:Punching Attack Self Defense Techniques
« Reply #9 on: November 26, 2003, 06:37:01 PM »
Aloha,

  Matt, I could not have said that stuff any better.  With all the anatomy, physiology and biomechanics I have taken you are doing a good job.  Besides,  I don't have the time to sit and write all that out.  

  Seminar in July sounds good.  You guys are giving me more incentive to get there everyday.  I'll keep it in mind (and written on my calendar).

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Re:Punching Attack Self Defense Techniques
« Reply #10 on: November 26, 2003, 10:16:43 PM »
family, :)
 I would love to show some of the stuff that Sigung Baxter and I have be doing with adding pressure points to kajukenbo. I will teach in july if you guys want.
Had a good time teaching KAJUKENBO - Pressure Point Fighting  seminar in Seaside. had a few kajukenbo guys showed up. here are some e-mail i have recived from them.

Sifu Gerry,
Thank you very much for the seminar Saturday evening at Seaside.  I really
enjoyed the material and could have listened to you for hours.  It was a
pleasure to meet you and hope to see you again, soon.

Your Kajukenbo friends
Doug Beam

Sifu gerry,

I really enjoyed your seminar Saturday night, I was impressed with your technique and teaching style, I hope we have the opportunity to meet again, if you are ever in the Olympia, WA area give us a call. My wife Sheila also enjoyed meeting you at the tournament on Sunday. I don't remember if I told you but I train in Kajukenbo Tum Pai under Sifu Mark Casey.

Thanks,
Ron Winters

BELOW IS A PIC OF ERIC LEE AND MYSELF TEACHING A PRESSURE POINT CLASS AT THE 2003 Arnold Schwarzenegger Battle of Columbus Martial Arts World Games
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Re:Punching Attack Self Defense Techniques
« Reply #11 on: January 23, 2004, 04:08:11 PM »
Sifu Mark,

When the heck were you in Columbus, you were only 2 hours away from us.
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Re:Punching Attack Self Defense Techniques
« Reply #12 on: January 23, 2004, 06:43:15 PM »
I WAS LAST MARCH AND I WILL BE THIS MARCH 5TH - 8TH AT THE COLUMBUS CONVENTION CENTER FOR THE 2004 ARNOLD FITNESS EXPO
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Arnold Schwarzenegger Battle of Columbus Martial Arts World Games  ;D
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Re:Punching Attack Self Defense Techniques
« Reply #13 on: March 17, 2004, 12:30:23 PM »
Punching Attack Self Defense Technique # 4 (a)

Attack:

Attacker executes a right cross punch from an orthodox boxing stance, targeting the Defender's face. Attacker is facing to the 6:00 mark.

Defense:

01.  From a "Ready Stance" the Defender has the Defender's hands raised with the palms facing toward the Attacker and toward the 12:00 direction.  The hands are slightly above the Defender's head and held toward the front of the Defender's body.  This is to insure that the palm of the hands are now facing toward the Attacker, the foreground, and the Defender's head is now the background.  The hands should be moving slightly not only does this "distract" but also allows the Defender's limbs react faster than from a "stopped, still" position.
02.  As the Attacker punches, the Defender steps to the left side toward the 9:00 direction with the Defender's left foot while raising up the right hand slightly and beginning a counter clockwise motion.  It is important to note that the "Frame" of the Defender's hands and arms (goal posts) do not move, but the Defender's body and head do, to the 9:00 direction.
03.  As the Attacker's punch passes past the Defender's head the Defender executes three offensive movements at the same time they are; (a) left open hand palm parry to the outside of the Attacker's right punching arm. (b) A right downward forearm block strike to the upper right arm of the Attacker targeting just below the Deltoid Muscle. (c) A straight right thrust kick to the Attacker's pubic bone driving the Attacker's hips back toward the 1:30 mark.
04.  The Defender lands as if in a starting blocks for a foot race with the left foot forward, "Left Kneeling Stance" facing to the 12:00 mark.  As the Defender lands in this position the Defender has grabbed in a lock the Attacker's right punching hand with the Defender's left hand.  The Defender has turned the waist counter clockwise toward the 8:00 direction and in a horizontal counter clockwise motion, struck the Attacker in the right side of the neck with the little finger side of the Defender's right chopping hand using the wrist bone to strike the Attacker's Stomach Nine point. As the right chop is executed the Defender pulls the Attacker's right wrist and arm across the Defender's chest with the Defender's left wrist and fist locking hand toward the 8:30 direction.
05.  The Defender then grasps the Attacker's neck and upper shoulder with the Defender's right hand, digging into the neck, back and upper shoulder of the Attacker with the Defender's knuckles pulling the Attacker toward the Defender and down and around in a counter clockwise motion toward the 2:00 direction.
06.  The Defender executes a right straight legged heel strike to the Attacker's lower right calf while pulling back the Attacker's body toward the Defender and to the 8:00 direction into the Defender's right forearm and elbow, then a push down toward the 11:00 direction, throwing the Attacker down to the ground.
07.  As the Attacker is landing on the ground, the Defender moves the Attacker's arm in a counter clockwise motion from the Defender's left side to the Defender's right side and grabs the Attacker's right wrist with the Defender's right hand.  The Defender now has both hands grasping the Attacker's right wrist. As this motion is being accomplished the Defender shifts the stance into a long "Left Back Stance" facing to the 12:00 direction.
08.  As the Attacker lands and begins to roll over on to the Attacker's left side and to the 12:00 direction, the Defender pulls back with both of the Defender's hands to drag the Attacker's neck and head onto the left shin of the Defender.
09.  The Defender grabs the Attacker's right elbow with the Defender's left hand hyper extending the Attacker's right arm.  At the same time this is happening, the Defender lands with the Defender's left shin onto the Attacker's neck.
10.  Defender uses the left hyper extending hand and the right wrist locking hand to push, lift up and roll the Attacker toward the 12:00 mark and onto the Attacker's left arm pinning it to the ground.
11.  The Defender uses the left hyper extending hand to strike with the left fist to the Attacker's floating rib on the Attacker's right side.
12.  The Defender uses the Defender's right hand to turn the Attacker's right arm in a horizontal counter clockwise motion (stir the big pot) then to reacquire a left handed wrist lock on the Attacker's right hand with the Defender's thumb down.
13.  The Defender applies a push down over the Defender's left thigh hyper extending the Attacker's right arm at the elbow. As this movement is accomplished the Defender places the Defender's right knee and shin between the Attacker's right hip and right floating rib.
14.  The Defender executes a right downward bottom fist strike to the Attacker's heart.
15.  The Defender disengages from the Attacker, gets up and steps back toward the 6:00 direction while looking around in all directions for other potential Attackers.

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Re:Punching Attack Self Defense Techniques
« Reply #14 on: March 24, 2004, 09:50:36 AM »
Punching Attack Self Defense Technique # 6 (a)

Attack:

Attacker steps toward the Defender and to the 6:00 direction with the Attacker's left foot into a Orthodox Boxing Stance and executes a "Right Cross Punch" targeting the Defender's head.

Defense:

01. Defender lowers the Defender's stance by bending the knees but keeping upright and weights the Defender's right leg.

02. Defender crescent steps back in a clockwise motion with the Defender's left foot towards the 9:00 direction and simultaneously executes a left open hand parry block or a distraction pointing to above the Defender's right shoulder and a right inside downward block toward the 9:00 direction all while shifting the stance from a "Post Stance" facing to 12:00 to a "Riding Horse Stance" facing to 12:00.

03. As the transition is made to the "Riding Horse Stance" the Defender executes a "Right Upward Block Strike" to the Attacker's right punching arm targeting around the elbow joint.  The Defender's left palm is facing toward the Attacker at approximately the level of navel and out 12 to 15 inches to guard against a knee attack by the Attacker.

04. The Defender continues the clockwise motion of the right upward block striking arm so that the right wrist and palm catches the Attacker's right punching arm at about the upper forearm level.  The Defender shifts the stance from a "Riding Horse Stance" facing to 12:00 to a "Left Kneeling Stance" facing to 10:00.  As the stance shift is accomplished the Defender "Throws" the Attacker's right punching arm down and toward the 8:00 direction.  The Defender's left palm should now be protecting the right side of the Defender's face.

05. The Defender executes a left open hand downward block strike to the Attacker's right punching arm and a right open hand eye strike that goes across the face of the Attacker from 9:00 to 3:00 all while shifting the stance from a "Left Kneeling Stance" to a "Right Forward Stance" facing to 12:00.

06. Defender, from the "Right Forward Stance" facing to 12:00, executes a left open hand, palm facing down, all fingers strike (Shuto) targeting the neck of the Attacker on the Attacker's right side (Stomach 9).

07. Defender steps forward with the Defender's left foot toward the 12:00 direction shifting the stance from a "Right Forward Stance" facing to 12:00 to a "Left Forward Stance" facing to 12:00.  As this stance shift is being accomplished the Defender executes a right open hand palm down all fingers strike (Shuto) to the Attacker's throat, targeting just below the larynx.

08. As the Defender retracts the right Shuto hand from the Attacker's throat, the Defender executes a "Right Round House Kick" targeting the Attacker's heart.

09. Defender steps back with the right kicking leg to the 8:00 direction while looking around in all directions for other potential Attacker's.
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