Archive for October, 2013

When the student is ready…

When the student is ready…

October 30, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

    The Teacher Appears 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 […]

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Key

Key

October 29, 2013 | By | 2 Comments

  In Kyusho the key to true success is Focus. There are several steps in understanding Kyusho, each and every one can stand on it’s own, but together they form a solid base of information that will enable you to reach new heights in potential and skill. This takes laser like focus, which would seem […]

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Interview: KaratebyJesse

Interview: KaratebyJesse

October 27, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

  Here is a recent interview for Karateby Jesse.com: Part 1: http://www.karatebyjesse.com/evan-pantazi-kyusho-pressure-point-interview/ Part 2: http://www.karatebyjesse.com/exclusive-interview-evan-pantazi-the-pressure-point-picasso-pt-2/ Feel free to comment.

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Seizing

Seizing

October 25, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

  Iron Claw Hand Out of the ancient text of the Bubishi, there are 6 hand positions or weapons formed called the “6 Ji hands”. One particular hand posture is called the Iron Claw. This weapon is not new to most in the arts as it is one of the more common weapons. However it […]

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6 Ji Hands

6 Ji Hands

October 25, 2013 | By | 4 Comments

  Ancient Skill 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 […]

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First Aid

First Aid

October 23, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

  Gotta Know How to Fix’em Kyusho First Aid is the final and crucial key needed to advance your full Kyusho Skills and Potential.  It is however not the end, it is merely an encyclopedia of the basic components of Kyusho and its relation to all Martial Arts and their practitioners.  It is crucial as […]

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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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Kyusho Iron Shirt

Kyusho Iron Shirt

October 20, 2013 | By | 2 Comments

  Really? One of the most frequently asked questions of people just starting out in Kyusho is what do I do if someone does not respond to Kyusho.  This is due to many various physical attributes that humans have and are unique unto each.  However there are ways to work to accomplish your Kyusho even […]

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Nai Han Chi

Nai Han Chi

October 19, 2013 | By | 6 Comments

  Kyusho teaches Nai Han Chi – Nai Han Chi teaches how to use it. “Karate is the greatest puzzle in the world”… and one of the bedrocks of the Karate world is Nai Han Chi Kata. No one knows who created this Kata, but there are stories of it stemming from southern China from […]

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Footwear

Footwear

October 15, 2013 | By | 1 Comment

  What has footwear got to do with Kyusho? As a seemingly unrelated topic, lets take a more modern phenomenon in the arts, that is the wearing of footwear in training Kyusho. Actually this is excellent practice if done in moderation as we would most likely be wearing footwear in an attack on the street.  […]

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