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Nai Han Chi Archive 1

Nai Han Chi Archive 1

November 28, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

  Nai Han Chi Shodan – (circa 1996) Nai Han Chi has always been a revered Kata as the versatility and unlimited possibilities standing or on the ground are ever expanding.  With so many possibilities one has to wonder, can the entire pattern be used against a singe target area…? Working with only 3 points […]

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Cutting Edge Technology

Cutting Edge Technology

November 26, 2013 | By | 19 Comments

  Personal “Kyusho Cloud” A new advancement in your Kyusho Education: As the leading Kyusho Educational website, we want to thank all of our past and new readers alike during this Holiday Season. These days we are hard hit with people selling us everything under the sun, we too at Kyusho.com have done this, but […]

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Situational Awareness

Situational Awareness

November 23, 2013 | By | 3 Comments

  What???? Most people wander around without “Situational Awareness” (awareness of the current situation they are in)… without thought, preoccupied with their phones, conversations, inner thoughts or tasks at hand…. they are easily recognized in daily life… unless you are one of them. Definition: Situational awareness refers to being aware of your surroundings as ‘the […]

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Lung 8

Lung 8

November 12, 2013 | By | 1 Comment

This is a great Kyusho target to start new Kyusho enthusiasts on as it is not only benign (less fear and apprehension from novices), but very versatile in martial and control aspects. Start by finding a point on the wrist which is located 3 finger widths from the inside crease of the wrist, just in […]

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Complexities

Complexities

November 9, 2013 | By | 2 Comments

  “If you can’t explain it to a six-year-old, you don’t understand it yourself.” Albert Einstein With the internet it has become too easy to obtain information on any given subject and this is definitely true for Kyusho as well. And so it was in Modern Kyusho’s rise, instruction came from a single source and […]

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Target vs. Technique

Target vs. Technique

November 7, 2013 | By | 5 Comments

  In Kyusho and all Martial Arts, there seems to be a preoccupation with learning and using technique over targeting.  However this is a limited practice as well as a unsure training methodology.  It is too complex as well as too specific.  Real and serious conflict is never predetermined and therefore we should never train […]

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Power

Power

November 5, 2013 | By | 1 Comment

  We are born with a natural predisposition to use force against force, but this usually gives the larger, stronger or younger individual the advantage. More efficient and adaptable is the use of power instead of strength .  Power is the sudden release of focused and coordinated action and can be enacted by anyone at […]

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When the student s ready…

When the student s ready…

October 30, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

    They say a student spends most of his life finding the right teacher, but the teacher spends their entire life finding the right student. The study of Martial Arts is a life changing opportunity especially when we are privileged enough to involve Kyusho.  Kyusho being a deeper level of study as well as […]

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6 Ji Hands

6 Ji Hands

October 24, 2013 | By | 6 Comments

  Much has been written, filmed and taught publicly in Kyusho recently, mostly on the anatomical targets and the affects.  But nothing has been written on the weapons of ancient times to best attack them or the way in which they are actually used.  We must first remember that Modern Martial Arts is a shadow […]

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Advance

Advance

October 23, 2013 | By | 2 Comments

  Your Kyusho can advance exponentially! As discussed in the “Keys” post, focus is the cornerstone of becoming a full and competent Kyusho practitioner. There are several steps in understanding Kyusho, each and every one can stand on it’s own, but together these physiological training and reception applications develop the complete package. Bear in mind […]

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