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Kyusho Primer

Kyusho Primer

May 15, 2015 | By | Add a Comment

  Just Starting Well let’s start by saying “Kyusho is not a Martial Art”. It is a study of the human anatomy and physiological function… it can apply to martial arts, health service, exercise, personal energy development and fitness as well as intimacy (and this is not just sex folks). You see when you really […]

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Tsumasaki-Geri

Tsumasaki-Geri

May 8, 2015 | By | Add a Comment

  The Toe Kick A staple of original Okinawan Karate styles and those of some parts of China, inherently use the big toe as the tool to inflict severe pain, dysfunction and damage to the opponent.  It is a perfect tool for the Kyusho Targets, but as all Kyusho targets, the trajectory is crucial to inflict […]

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FMA Kyusho

FMA Kyusho

May 1, 2015 | By | Add a Comment

  Filipino Martial Arts and Kyusho T.A.C.T.I.C.S. Combative Stick Why is FMA a great Martial Art System? When a situation occurs where you may feel threatened your body will automatically go into “survival mode”.  When this happens a series of changes occur within us.  Without getting too deeply into the aspects of survival mode, what […]

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Cubital Tunnel Syndrome

Cubital Tunnel Syndrome

April 24, 2015 | By | Add a Comment

  Cubital Tunnel Syndrome (Ulna Nerve entrapment and compression) Cubital tunnel syndrome is common in individuals whose work involves protracted periods of elbow flexion (bent elbow position) such as holding telephones or typing on a keyboard.  In particular, flexion with the elbow pressed against a hard surface increases the risk of cubital tunnel syndrome significantly, […]

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Manipulated

Manipulated

April 17, 2015 | By | Add a Comment

  The Historical Norm…. Of any Martial Art s to manipulate or strike the opponents body to; damage, control or dominate. But almost all styles work and train to accomplish this from the outside of the body at the body’s maximum strength and resilience.  The exterior body is a miraculous adaptive and protective suit that monitors […]

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Forbidden

Forbidden

April 10, 2015 | By | Add a Comment

被禁止 – Bèi jìnzhǐ ST-17 lays on the nipples and are forbidden points in acupuncture, yet we can use them successfully in Kyusho training.  They cause severe pain (as one would imagine), hinder the breath, shock or constrict the chest.  And when using both simultaneously (striking correctly), we can cause a sharp pain in the center […]

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Kyusho in Goju

Kyusho in Goju

April 3, 2015 | By | Add a Comment

Goju-ryu and Kyusho The integration of a style to Vital Point Application Got style? GOJU-RYU or otherwise? Do you have a number of years dedicated to a discipline of BUDO and have developed a strong foundation forged with numerous hours of practice, study and repetition? If so, I salute you. I salute you for maintaining […]

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More than…

More than…

March 27, 2015 | By | Add a Comment

  Meets the Eye When it comes to Kyusho there is more than meets the eye… there is so much that most take for granted.  But if you actually put in the time and work with it, the realities reveal themselves. When we look at the natural structures as opposed to man made theorems and […]

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March 2015 Budo

March 2015 Budo

March 26, 2015 | By | Add a Comment

  Body Change: We have uncovered the underlying principle and discipline of “Body Change” in Martial Application via the Bubishi. Look at page 125   Spanish – Click Here French – Click Here German – Click Here Italian – Click Here   To all Martial Artists, if you are interested in having an article included contact us […]

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Sharpen your skill

Sharpen your skill

March 20, 2015 | By | Add a Comment

  Like the honed edge of the Katana As mentioned in the prior Blog; Kyusho Eductaion, a tool is only good if you know how to use it through actual experience. In Kyusho there are no pressure points, there are no special theories, there are no elements that make one stronger (other than actual experiential […]

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