Tento

Tento

Vital Points of Jyodan (Upper Row) and Spots to be attacked This is the second Kyusho Target listed in "Hohan Sokens Secret Notes" that we will explore each week with anatomical 3d video investigation and mapping. In the early years of Karate and beyond that into...
Tendo

Tendo

Vital Points of Jyodan (Upper Row) and Spots to be attacked This is the first Kyusho Target listed in "Hohan Sokens Secret Notes" that we will explore each week with anatomical 3d video investigation and mapping. In the early years of Karate and beyond that into...
Motobu’s Jinchu

Motobu’s Jinchu

And The Boxer This article and extended video was inspired by a question from a subscriber, Greg Daniels: Dear Mr Pantazi, Jesse Enkamp recently published an interesting story on YouTube of the fight between a boxer and Motubi in the early 1900s, who allegedly knocked...
Incense Shop Boxing

Incense Shop Boxing

Kyusho-ized History reports that when the Shaolin Temple was burned in the early 1700’s, most of the Shaolin monks were killed in an attack by the Qing Army. It is believed that 18 original Monks survived, but after being continually hunted down, only 5 were reported...
American Kenpo Salute

American Kenpo Salute

Kyusho-ized Most Martial Arts have opening or greeting salutes from simple single bows, to more elaborate and symbolic transitions. However once the practitioner understands and can enact Kyusho, all actions, posture and or transitions can become powerful defensive or...
Kyusho’s 4 Concussives Part 4

Kyusho’s 4 Concussives Part 4

Double the Power We have been building the narrative in Kyusho on the escalation of power, affect and incapacitation using the 4 concussive actions in Kyusho. As we have demonstrated, each level increases the affect and devastation on the body. In this weeks 4th and...
4 Concussives Part 3

4 Concussives Part 3

 This segment is demonstrating and explaining the third type of concussive power, again using one of the more recognizable postures in all Tai Chi Styles is the Pushing Hands (Tui Shao) posture. It’s not just for pushing, in fact they it is a very potent and focused...

4 Concussives Part 2

Based Shock Based Concussion We will be demonstrating and explaining the second type of concussive power, again using one of the more recognizable postures in all Tai Chi Styles is the Pushing Hands (Tui Shao) posture. It’s not just for pushing, in fact they it is a...
Tai Chi Push

Tai Chi Push

4 Concussive's - Part 1 One of the more recognizable postures in all Tai Chi Styles is the Pushing Hands posture. But it’s not just for pushing, in fact they are very potent and focused attacks for Kyusho. Concussion is not a simple metric as it comes in many forms...
Black Snake

Black Snake

5 Venom's In Wing Chun there is the dichotomy of the White Crane vs. the Black Snake, this is akin to the White Crane - Black Tiger dichotomy of the ancient Bubishi. In the Black Tiger as well as the Black Snake, the Blood vessels, organs and circulation are the main...
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