Tag: Dim Mak

Danger

Danger

November 3, 2014 | By | 2 Comments

  Careful out there folks. This is a follow-up on a recent post on Dim Mak, no one covered this as the separate and dangerous body of information that it really is, as they believed it was the same as Kyusho or used the acupuncture explanations, but it is very different from what is now practiced […]

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Whats Inside?

Whats Inside?

October 25, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

It is not what you see, it is what you don’t. Over time parts of the body, brain, etc, start to stagnate, atrophy and calcify in some cases causing lost functionality… terms are not medical but the essence is. We need to prevent this or at least slow it’s natural decay as long as possible, or make a […]

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Technology

Technology

October 20, 2014 | By | 1 Comment

Reinventing Education As technology advances our educational processes must also change and evolve, to not only advance with them, but to avoid obsolescence. Information technology is a very wide topic on its own and it basically extends to almost all parts of everyday life. When we talk about information technology in education and learning, people […]

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Trajectory

Trajectory

October 16, 2014 | By | 9 Comments

  Inside Job As we look at this photo of a bullet travelling through gelatin, we are allowed to see the very difference between conventional ballistic attack and that of Kyusho. If we see the cube of gelatin as the human body and the distortion as the affects of a ballistic strike on that body we […]

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Spidey Grip

Spidey Grip

October 10, 2014 | By | 1 Comment

  This is no Joke… For many years at seminars around the world, I made the joke about seizing or proper gripping for greater effect and safety using the “Spidey Grip”… but it is no Joke! Lets take a look at the serious side of this grip and how it will help not only your […]

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Iron Claw

Iron Claw

October 6, 2014 | By | 1 Comment

Sounds ominous right? Like a saying right out of an old Kung-Fu movie and long passed by in favor of fist or palm attacks throughout the Martial Arts. This is an older Okinawan Karate training procedure called Nigiri Game (Gripping Jars) pictured here and used specifically to develop gripping strength and finger conditioning.  We can readily […]

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Potentials

Potentials

September 27, 2014 | By | 1 Comment

Whats in a posture Karate has the most intriguing body postures embedded in the Kata that they hold as the library of each style… and that is what fascinates millions of practitioners around the world and throughout history. Each posture is open to interpretation and has infinite potential that is only limited by the mind […]

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Hohan Soken

Hohan Soken

September 22, 2014 | By | 1 Comment

  Secret Notes (All Languages) To translate all pages, click on goggle translate bar at the top of page to select your language. We have all heard the legend of Hohan Soken and the modern expose of Kyusho Jutsu… all starting with a set of secret notes.  Well these notes are not really secret and […]

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Knowledge

Knowledge

September 17, 2014 | By | 2 Comments

  Knowledge is great… no doubt about it, however unless it is consistently challenged to further it, it becomes stagnant and worth less (not worthless). This is a main problem today is that we are stuck in a classroom with our heads crammed full of antiquated information that has little to no worth in an […]

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Stunner

Stunner

September 12, 2014 | By | 2 Comments

    Brachial Plexus For decades the martial arts and law enforcement agencies have be using the term “Brachial Plexus” to describe or label a strike to the side of the neck. It is used to stun an opponent or perpetrator so that further control or escalation of force is, more easily applied. However there […]

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