Originally Posted by fuesselfc
I heard kicks to the inside of the thigh are intended for a vein or artery that if hit enough or just right can make a leg go limp, is this so? I know they just hurt anyway but i heard this comment on a show or something and finding out what the truth is on it. Thanks!
Outside of the thigh hits the quads, inside can hit the hamstrings.
But the nerves generally run deep to the bone, near the artery, and you would have a better chance kicking to the inside than outside - but if anyone has muscular legs, you're probably not going to be able to.
Either way, it's just about hammering the muscles. Watch Paul Varelens vs. Marco Ruas.