Archive for November, 2016

Here’s the Rub

Here’s the Rub

November 25, 2016 | By | Add a Comment

      Where, what, how… Let’s shine the light on another great anatomical Kyusho target that can have devastating affects (nope NOT a pressure point), but we will be applying pressure. The area is comprised of two vital anatomical structures… the Medial Antebrachial Cutaneous Nerve (C8 – T1) and the Basillic Vein. The nerve is what […]

Read More

Extremes

Extremes

November 18, 2016 | By | Add a Comment

    Over complication… in any direction serves no one. Tactics is a new fad in the Martial Arts as MMA has peaked and is fading (as you should have known it would, especially now with a death in the ring). First it was Kung Fu, Then Aerobic Kickboxing (Tae Bo), then it moved on […]

Read More

The Last Hand

The Last Hand

November 11, 2016 | By | Add a Comment

  …or the Most Advanced The Iron Palm OK this film clip was from the “Blood Sport” movie from 1988, it goes on to show the huge opponent stopping in his tracks, taking a few steps back and then falling completely unconscious or dead (Implied). I know you are probably thinking; “it was just a […]

Read More

Advance Your Karate

Advance Your Karate

November 4, 2016 | By | Add a Comment

  Add Kyusho Many people study conventional Martial Art body actions, drills and training… concerning themselves with performance over function.  They practice Kata and one step block punch – kick combinations with generalized focus on the head or body.  And it would actually help in combative situations where the attacker were as compliant, regimented and […]

Read More