Category: Beginner

Glass Jaw

Glass Jaw

August 2, 2019 | By | Add a Comment

  Explained Do you know why the “Glass Jaw Syndrome” has affected so many fighters? First what is the”Glass Jaw”, it is when a fighter is consistently knocked out by a strike to the jaw. This has so many factors as we see the fighters drop with varying physical dysfunction. Most are a combination of […]

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Forging the 6 Ji Hands

Forging the 6 Ji Hands

June 21, 2019 | By | Add a Comment

  Kyusho Hack #2 The second Kyusho Hack to faster Kyusho skill attainment is in understanding the “Tools”of the trade. We understand that the first Kyusho Hack was that Kyusho is not “Pressure Points” and once past that model and working with the correct anatomical “Targets”, you will understand it faster. However even understanding the […]

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Opportunity

Opportunity

June 14, 2019 | By | Add a Comment

  Be in a Kyusho Video Did you ever want to be in a Kyusho video like the ones on Kyusho.com, YouTube or Budo International? Well this is your Opportunity as we will be doing a public and private filming like the one pictured in the video above. There will be an Instructional Video as […]

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Old Fist

Old Fist

May 31, 2019 | By | Add a Comment

    Better for Kyusho Documented as far back as 1935, Gichen Funakoshi (Founder of Shotokan), detailed in his book “Karate-Do Kyohan” how to make a proper Old Fist (before regulation and sportification) changed it into the New Fist used in modern Karate-Do. The new fist muted the power and destructive potentials of the Old […]

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Koshi-Gamae

Koshi-Gamae

May 24, 2019 | By | Add a Comment

  Kyusho – Unlimited Bunkai Learning Kyusho gives us the ability to create unlimited Bunkai, or work with spontaneously even though there are set targets and weapons to apply. Well in the past I decided to experiment with one posture found in most Karate Kata, the cup and saucer position (Koshi-Gamae or Hip Prepatory Position). […]

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Radial vs Ulna Nerves

Radial vs Ulna Nerves

May 3, 2019 | By | Add a Comment

  What’s the difference? An Arm nerve is an arm nerve right, there is no difference… well there is a big difference, it is called affect. First we must get into real anatomic structures like nerves, vascular tissue, muscles bones and tendon to better understand the why’s. Why something affects our arm and why another […]

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Chaining the Occiptial Nerves

Chaining the Occiptial Nerves

March 29, 2019 | By | Add a Comment

  How to work the target Taking a soft cupped hand first place it where the base of the skull and neck meet.  Rest the whole palm there with equal pressure… slowly withdraw the hand and quickly slap the same are with the whole palm uniformly toward the forehead. Do not skim the surface of the […]

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Chaining Kyusho

Chaining Kyusho

March 1, 2019 | By | Add a Comment

Introducing “Chaining” Chaining is a new video process we developed for you to learn from all our great instructors. We will give you a target, fully illustrate the target, be it nerve, blood vessel or organ, show a demonstration of an application, then let our Instructors take you through some practice ideas. All of these […]

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Sanchin & Kyusho

Sanchin & Kyusho

January 16, 2019 | By | Add a Comment

Sanchin & Kyusho for Health and Protection Sunday January  27, 2019 Salem Waterfront Hotel, Salem Massachusetts. For – Health, Wellness & Self Protection Instructors Chip Quimby (Uechi Ryu) and Evan Pantazi (Kyusho) will be helping you in an open course for gaining Health, Wellness and Protection from Sanchin Kata. Health Sanchin is a concise and encompassing […]

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Kyusho Intro Seminar

Kyusho Intro Seminar

November 30, 2018 | By | Add a Comment

    Knowing The Nerves All styles of Martial Arts can greatly be enhanced by working with the nerves as targets on the opponents. But we realize that it is a daunting task and there is so much to learn and so little time.  This should not dissuade you from gaining additional education that will […]

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