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Why people don’t believe Kyusho

Why people don’t believe Kyusho

April 24, 2020 | By | Add a Comment

    Kyusho test 513,995 views – Presented Dec 17, 2008 Many people do not believe that Kyusho is real or workable, however most if not all of these folks have never properly trained in Kyusho. When asked they always say why would I train something that is fake, but how can you say it […]

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Kyusho Basic Knife

Kyusho Basic Knife

April 17, 2020 | By | Add a Comment

  Kyusho Basic Knife Training (1999) Occasionally looking back is an excellent way to validate if information, training and instruction of a certain Kyusho process still holds value, or must be refined, built upon or even eliminated. In this case the look back was on the Kyusho Basic Knife Defense training that was developed in […]

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Arm Paralysis Incapacitation

Arm Paralysis Incapacitation

April 10, 2020 | By | Add a Comment

    How to get each affect Paralysis and Dysfunction are vastly different in their affects on an opponent, however either could give you the advantage. Paralysis is caused by attacking the nerve with a certain trajectory which causes; Pain and subsequent numbing, muscle weakness, less expansion and contraction speed or power and grip strength […]

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Hardened Defenses

Hardened Defenses

March 20, 2020 | By | Add a Comment

    The Martial Artists Goal As Martial Artists, we work tirelessly to harden our bodies, mind and spirit against an opponent. This time the opponent is Viral and chances to avoid contact with it is slim. So what we must do instead is to Harden ourselves against the intrusions it can inflict. There are […]

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Facial Nerve Root

Facial Nerve Root

March 13, 2020 | By | Add a Comment

    The Ramifications Many people in Kyusho (especially the beginners), believe that Kyusho or “Pressure Points” rely on pain compliance. But this is not the real use case, nor the way to employ Kyusho. Many also call this target TW-17, but again they are mistaken as you cannot use the facial nerve root as […]

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Loss of Motor Control

Loss of Motor Control

February 21, 2020 | By | Add a Comment

  Another Kyusho Affect When we apply a correct neurological Kyusho attack, we can observe a loss of motor control. But why… we have seen other effects such as loss of consciousness as well as even seizures… but what is motor control and what causes this loss. Motor skills can also be considered as coordination, […]

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Kata Kin Ken

Kata Kin Ken

February 7, 2020 | By | Add a Comment

Golden Fist Translation; Gold Fist is a form brought from China by Master Pai, to US shores where it was taught in his family style. This is but one of many forms passed along, but of major importance as it is filled with unique and diverse postures.   The very topic of Kin Ken causes controversy, […]

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Where did the pressure points idea come from

Where did the pressure points idea come from

September 20, 2019 | By | Add a Comment

    They were not in the Bubishi Yes there were Kyusho (Vital Targets) in the Bubishi, but they were not acupuncture Points as most believe, those were added by modern authors. They were also not used by any old school Kyusho (or Dim Mak, Dian Hsueh) practitioners either. This is evidenced by the old […]

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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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Modernized Archives

Modernized Archives

July 26, 2019 | By | Add a Comment

    Nai Han Chi Shodan – (circa 1996)   Nai Han Chi has always been a revered Kata as the versatility and unlimited possibilities standing or on the ground are ever expanding.  With so many possibilities one has to wonder, can the entire pattern be used against a single target area…?   Working with […]

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