Tag: Dim Mak

Timing

Timing

April 23, 2014 | By | 2 Comments

  The application of timing, is a vital component for Kyusho application and a reason many people struggle to get Kyusho to work for them. Kyusho is all about unbalancing the physiological functionality of an opponent.  So with that in mind we can not strike two points at the same time and cause an unbalancing, […]

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Professionals

Professionals

April 17, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

  Written for all professional Martial Artists. We all search for personal refinement and fulfillment, but more importantly we work tirelessly to help empower others.  We all strive to help them become more confident, fit, and proud.  We are constantly looking for even greater benefit and value for each. Kyusho as we all understand, means […]

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Bubishi 1

Bubishi 1

April 16, 2014 | By | 1 Comment

When we look  at the Bubishi we must not look at the modern translations as they follow an incorrect paradigm.  Instead we must observe just the exact writings or diagrams that were original.  Then we must correlate it with other such ancient scrolls, texts and records of the charts and information that each share. When […]

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Warriors

Warriors

April 11, 2014 | By | 4 Comments

  Zhan Shi  ( 戰士 ) Mandarin for Warrior or Bushi  ( 武士 ) they were the scholars and warriors of ancient times. Kyusho as we all understand, means “Vital Point”, but most get caught purely in the physical realm. There exists two ancient and universally revered texts of strategy, combat and deep understanding in the […]

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Kata is Yoga

Kata is Yoga

April 10, 2014 | By | 2 Comments

  Were Kata derived from Yoga? We need to ask what was the original impetus for the creation of Kata or Martial Arts forms… how did they evolve and then secondly what is the inner reason. Using reverse engineering or traveling back in time we can see that from the current models, we travel back […]

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All That!!!

All That!!!

April 4, 2014 | By | 5 Comments

  If you knew a target that was easily accessible, disrupted the internal body so much that it would affect the hearing, sight, thought, physical control and blood pressure as it caused severe dizziness, forgetfulness, numbed all sensory input and of course could KO the recipient…. would that be of interest to you? It would […]

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Sanchin Entering

Sanchin Entering

March 27, 2014 | By | 10 Comments

  Access Film Here Entering What value does this title hold for the average Kyusho practitioner that does not use this Kata (or even those not using Kata at all)… well it is profound.  It is getting the right weapon into (not onto) the correct anatomical target to gain control immediately over the opponent.  This […]

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5th Dimension

5th Dimension

March 22, 2014 | By | 5 Comments

  What are the 5 Dimensions of Kyusho? All Martial Artists work in 3 – 5 dimensions with the 4th & 5th being the more advanced practitioners realm. Each dimension has a rudimentary level or scientific explanation that is used in the Martial Arts. However the Kyusho practitioner has another level in each dimension that […]

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Austria 2014

Austria 2014

March 19, 2014 | By | 1 Comment

  In March of 2014 Max Maislinger once again sponsored a Kyusho International event for his countrymen. The week began with the filming of the3rd and 4th modules of the internationally accepted KTCP (Kyusho Tactical Control Program) for Law Enforcement, Security, Personal Security Agents and many other agencies.  Both Max Maislinger (served as Maximum Security […]

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Kyusho TKD-1 now on DVD

Kyusho TKD-1 now on DVD

March 18, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

    Newest Release Kyusho Taekwon-do Black Belt Program 1 “Vital spot in Taekwon-Do is defined as any sensitive or breakable area on the body vulnerable to an attack. It is essential that the student of Taekwon-Do has a knowledge of the different spots so that he can use the proper attacking or blocking tool. […]

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