Interesting thread guys. Just finished 4 double shifts so I've now got some time to comment.
I'll eventually get back to the topic of manipulating the EBG to open the targets.
Thought I'd talk about fight injuries first.
Let me start by saying that broken bones only stop people who have no fight in them. I've broken way too many bones hitting folks it took me a long time to unclench the fist. I use to claim over a dozen times, but I have no idea. But I can definitely see the damage of 7 breaks on the right and 3 on the left. The boxer fractures have received frequent additional injury in subsequent fights. There has been a finger dislocation, a broken toe and 2 fractured ulna's as well.
Well interesting thing about the chemical cocktail is we don't feel the pain our system is flooded with endorphins. When injury occurs the bodies auto immune system kicks in the injury swells to immobilize it. Of all the injuries fighting or training the only one that stopped me was the dislocated finger, and that was an injury that happen in a fluke accident when no one had any adrenaline in their system.
I've smashed faces and kicked the crap out of people with broken arm bones, hand bones and foot bones. You don't usually notice until the fight is over. Anyone see Jone Bones Jones last fight he didn't notice his broken toe until it was pointed out in the post fight interview. His response....damn that's going to hurt later to night. That's pretty much how it works.
I've awaken the next day after an evening scrap and discovered swelling and bleeding because of broken bones. It does nothing in the moment if you got some fight in you. How ever when the threat is over and the adrenaline is gone, the injury lets you know it's not to be moved. I use to go to the doctor, now it's ice, elevate and some anti inflames and rest for the body part.
The big change in my life is I mellowed as I got older and I learned to use elbows, open hands and spinal manipulation to deal with aggressive folks. I don't mind giving it a go if an ahole keeps asking...but I avoid hand injuries. Never had a fight bite, now I suspect I never will. I remember Allen talking about his ...scary injury.http://archive.ispub.com/journal/the-in ... TUHxJ.dpbs