Press the Points, Part 2

Tom Patire column
Application Like in all training, applying the right technique at the right time is the key to success. Also, applying it in real-world conditions is what makes you invaluable to your client, as well as your team. What I have found in my training is that many people that fail at pressure point techniques fail not because of the technique itself, but because of the missed application. See, a pressure point has to be “cleared” before you apply it. For example, you attempt to apply a point to, let’s say, in the region of the clavicle, where there are numerous, very effective points that can immobilize an aggressor in seconds.

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