Archive for December, 2014

Dynamics of Kyusho

Dynamics of Kyusho

December 26, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

Efficiency is the vital point Blocking:  in most mainstream martial arts people spend inordinate time training to block incoming strikes.  This generates a reactive tendency and dependent on following as well as trying to compensate the opponents momentum and initiative… One step behind.  In Kyusho the practitioner is trained in targeting of any incoming attack […]

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Compounding

Compounding

December 18, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

What the heck is that? Once the basics are understood (I mean really well), then you will naturally tend to compound the basics into a natural ability. If forced it will be non functional under real stress and conflict, so do not push the process, let it occur. When you repeatedly apply the basic components […]

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Uncovered

Uncovered

December 12, 2014 | By | 2 Comments

  Field Tested As all we do in the Kyusho realm, we take an idea based on our past experiences and fully explore all the possibilities.  When we finally arrive at a conclusion we field test it on as many people as possible all over the world for a minimum of 5 years.  When it […]

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Mook Jong

Mook Jong

December 6, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

    This is the apparatus and form used to practice Dim Mak / Kyusho for centuries. Used by several styles of Martial Arts for conditioning and training this ancient device is best known in the Art of Wing Chun. Wing Chun’s infamous Wooden Dummy or more accurately the Mook Jong is an incredible training […]

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Deeper Study

Deeper Study

December 5, 2014 | By | 3 Comments

Down the rabbit hole of Kyusho As we train Kyusho we get more involved and  deeper into the human anatomy… the deeper we go the deeper we can keep going, which makes the study of Kyusho infinite and also intriguing. Once you get into the martial work, we are amazed at the common sense and why […]

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Kyusho Sparring

Kyusho Sparring

December 3, 2014 | By | 3 Comments

  Makes Sense… But… Sparring is a form of training common to many combat sports. Although the precise form varies, it is essentially relatively ‘free-form’ fighting, with enough rules, customs, or agreements to make injuries unlikely.  – Wikipedia It’s a game… and fun, but counter productive in combative training or real protection. Now sparring is […]

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