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The neck is vulnerable — plain and simple. Compared to the rest of the human body, it is remarkably weak in its structure -- and yet it houses some of the body's most vital pathways for circulation and respiration, not to mention outright support of the skull. Therefore, neck attacks emerge as a no-brainer for incorporation into self-defense moves. Scott Bolan, a specialist in mind/body conditioning for execution of self-defense moves, says, "One solid smash to the throat will cut off a person's air supply, essentially cutting off the power supply to the house. You can survive for only a few minutes without oxygen -- once you don't have air coming in, nothing else matters."

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