Author: small states fighting hard
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Humans have four attack organs, but you never use them. One is the elbow. The tip of the elbow bone does not have any soft tissue and is one of the hardest parts of the human body. It is 7 (7.5 at the beginning, and verified by a reply reminder, it is 6-7, which is hereby corrected) hardness, and extremely It is thick, and after bending the arm, the whole body presents the most stable triangular structure. The bones of other parts of the human body have a hardness of 4 to 5, and the hardness of 7 has surpassed most metals. This is also the reason why many warriors can use their elbows to break rocks. Moreover, the swing arm of the elbow is very short, and it is easy to join the waist and abdomen structure to form a very terrible elbow strike force. Elbow hits are prohibited in most fighting events. The most terrifying twelve-point elbow hit (from top to bottom) is a permanent ban in legal events. One move can directly smash the skull of the front forehead, which is the most human skull. The hard part, which can be used as a hammer, will also be directly smashed by a twelve-point elbow. This move can kill people directly. One is the root of the foot, that is, the heel. This part is extremely strong, like a fleshy sledgehammer. With the already very powerful thigh muscles, the stroke formed can cause serious internal injuries. The third is the forearm. The forearm allows humans to strangle wild animals of the same size. This is a fighting method that a four-legged creature can never master and defend. Once humans lock their throats or tighten their backs, the quadrupeds have nothing to do except forcibly break free with brute force, and neither teeth nor claws can touch humans. Regrettably, four-legged creatures that can break away the upper limbs of humans with their waist and abdomen strength do not currently exist in the world. Therefore, most of the time these animals can only be strangled alive, or possessed by humans. The most terrifying upper limb force in the heavyweight class of their body can break their ribs or even break their spine. (Many people don’t know that doctors are performing CPR on patients. It’s not difficult for humans to squeeze off the ribs of animals of the same size with the pressure of their arms. This is so frequent that it’s not a medical accident.) The fourth is to stand upright. Standing upright makes humans taller than wild animals of the same size. In other words, in exchange for gravitational potential energy, standing upright allows humans to elbow, trample, and kick football on the fragile back spine of wild animals on all fours. Animals must unnaturally stand upright or jump up to attack the chest, abdomen and neck of humans. However, this behavior makes it more likely to be locked by humans or unable to change orbit in the air and be knocked down by an elbow. At the same time, humans can also use their forearms to drag the animals with their forelimbs off the ground and then drop them onto the ground or throw them onto hard objects such as trees, using these objects as blunt instruments. For the body structure of quadrupeds, once their forelimbs are off the ground, they cannot stop the process of being dragged off the ground by humans. Not leaving the ground not only cannot attack the relatively high point of human vitality, but also exposes the most vulnerable spine to humans. Under the elbow. It can be said that the upright form is far below the four feet and one head in the same body shape, because it has already occupied a high position from the beginning. Humans can smash animals into pieces in ancient times. It’s not just fire and spears. If you can’t kill predators of the same size with your bare hands , Human beings do not even have the qualifications to find fire in the ground. The upper body of wrestling is leaning forward, the elbows are leaning forward and preparing to hit, the waist and abdomen are tightened, and the posture of preparing to lift up to match the forearm to throw the beast, in the eyes of the beast, is no safer than the viper ready to go. In this position, the vital genitals of human beings are very difficult to capture from the back. The chest and abdomen are all within the range of the arms, the neck is wrapped by the shoulders, the spine and anus are completely covered by the upright body, and the attack method is to hit. The bludgeoning mainly by hitting and throwing and the strangling mainly by oppression, the vast majority of wild animals fight against the hairs evolved from sharp teeth and fangs, and the soft armor-like structure of coarse leather is very weak to this kind of attack. This means that most quadrupeds of the same size have little way to speak to humans in this posture.