Tag: Dim Mak

Bubishi – 36 Targets

Bubishi – 36 Targets

July 29, 2015 | By | Add a Comment

  Bubishi Part 1 – 36 Points Access film – click here What is presented is a base of opinion on this great ancient work called the Bubishi. These opinions are based on a profound amount of research as well as actual hands on application. I will only state here a few of my personal […]

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Blast from the Past

Blast from the Past

July 26, 2015 | By | 1 Comment

  Whew… Doing videos for some 30 years, you can only imagine how many things were not published or in the mainstream releases. I actually started mainstream or internet sales in 1995 on George Mattson’s Uechi Ryu site (Forum) and that started the ball rolling.  Success came in the 1997 Uechi Series beginning with Sanchin… […]

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Shoot

Shoot

July 17, 2015 | By | 1 Comment

  Typical Photo Shoot What is a typical photo shoot like for an article, book or cover for a DVD or Magazine… well there is no typical shoot.   Recently 3 films were released to Budo International to produce… two are already on the Platinum Service. Well with each DVD or written article you need to do a photo […]

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OMG

OMG

June 26, 2015 | By | 1 Comment

  Amazing So you found Kyusho and you are blown away by what you missed or were not taught all these years.  Your brain is ablaze with the “Discovery”, the magnitude, the simplicity and the not to common, ‘Common Sense”.  At first you are amazed, then a bit angry (not knowing about this), then you […]

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Kyusho Leg Tactics

Kyusho Leg Tactics

June 19, 2015 | By | Add a Comment

  Chi Gerk and Felled Tactics Exploring Kyusho attacks on the legs with a Tactical approach and methodology, is a rare instructional model or training program.  There are two main levels of training; first working with Chi Gerk or a Sticky Leg training Drill to provide the tools and targets that will be needed in the practical applications.  Once these are […]

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Torque

Torque

June 5, 2015 | By | 2 Comments

  What? Just one of the details to making Kyusho work. Rotational Power Kyusho works with rotation not linear attack. Torque is nothing more than a measurement of twisting, or rotational, force. It generates far more than a straight line issuance of power and many fighters have talked about this since the early days of […]

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Transferences

Transferences

May 29, 2015 | By | 4 Comments

  Inner workings  The vital point in any change such as diminishing an attacker to a non aggressor or like liquid changing to gas, is transference. Making the change from your electrical physical actions to the reaction or response in an opponent, health client or intimate partner is also such a transference. In fact the […]

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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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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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