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Closed Door System

Closed Door System

February 22, 2019 | By | Add a Comment

Traditional Secret Training In the old ways of the Martial Arts there was two systems in each system, one being openly taught and the other taught only to a select few people.  These were considered the Open (Kaishu) and Closed (Heishu) door systems. And so we must close the Kyusho door as well, due to […]

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Merry Christmas 2018

Merry Christmas 2018

December 21, 2018 | By | Add a Comment

  White Crane – Black Tiger Kyusho in Siu Nim Tau – Tegumi (in the Platinum Subscription) Here is yet more correlation of Wing Chun to the Bubishi: This KO is not only in Wing Chun (White Crane) but also in the Kata Gojushiho (Black Tiger)… it is not coincidence, Kyusho will help you see […]

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Energy Discussion

Energy Discussion

November 16, 2018 | By | Add a Comment

  In Tai Chi and Kyusho While in Taiwan this year I met and talked with a Tai Chi Sifu so named “Bloomberg”.   PS:  I tried to post this to YouTube, but the music he was playing in the background at his home,created a copyright restriction on my account.  This is not the first […]

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Teaching Kyusho

Teaching Kyusho

November 9, 2018 | By | Add a Comment

  We should never “Teach” Kyusho, we should practice it. – Evan Pantazi As we know Kyusho enhances any Martial Art or Style, giving you greater efficiency, power and affect.  It also gives you greater purpose and potential for your style, however it is difficult to teach.  In fact when you try to teach it […]

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Hohan Sokens Kyusho Notes – The Truth

Hohan Sokens Kyusho Notes – The Truth

September 21, 2018 | By | Add a Comment

  The Real Story Discussion Arranged by Mr.Thompson M (from YouTube) A discussion with James Coffman, direct student of Hohan Soken and Fusei Kise, he reveals the facts about the fabled “Notes” and brings further light to real Kyusho, Shorinji vs. Shorin Ryu, George Dillman, Kyusho, Old Mans Karate, Body Change and more. The charts […]

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Shotokan Kumite & Kyusho

Shotokan Kumite & Kyusho

September 12, 2018 | By | Add a Comment

Kumite & Kyusho Submited by Hermann Woodtli, Switzerland   Kumite is one of the three pillars of the Shotokan Karate curriculum, with Karateka slowly and systematically prepared for the competition. Different forms are practiced, depending on the degree and ability of the exerciser. The curriculum or the method of teaching is the actual framework of […]

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Dr. Jacob McClintock

Dr. Jacob McClintock

September 7, 2018 | By | Add a Comment

    More Medical Validation Dr. Jacob McClintock of Arkansas, is an Emergency Room Physician, who contacted me with a great story.  It seems Doctor McClintock credits a Kyusho Revival for saving an elderly patient from coding in the ER… now how cool is that for any and all Kyusho International Members and instructors alike.  […]

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The Vagus Nerve

The Vagus Nerve

August 31, 2018 | By | Add a Comment

    What is the vagus nerve? The vagus nerve is the longest of your cranial nerves and has numerous nerve fibers spanning from your brain stem to all your organs. The word Vagus, means wanderer, as it is running throughout your body. Basically, it is the command center of your parasympathetic nervous system, or the  […]

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Do You Play or Train Kyusho

Do You Play or Train Kyusho

August 24, 2018 | By | Add a Comment

  It’s not so clear a question Most Kyusho practitioners I have run into prefer to always learn new targets and especially new tricks.  Little gimmicks that they can learn and show to people… but this is not training, it is simply playing Kyusho. Even senior Kyusho practitioners rather play than train as training requires […]

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With or Without

With or Without

August 17, 2018 | By | 2 Comments

  Kyusho That is the only difference in Karate Styles Basically, it’s all the same… they share blocks, punches and kicks, so the only difference between Karate Styles is it with or without Kyusho. It is the missing ingredient in most modern practices… that the founders of the styles had, but sadly did not pass […]

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