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Brain Antenna

Brain Antenna

January 12, 2018 | By | Add a Comment

Yes Really Martial Arts as Energy Work has been a practice of mankind throughout the millennia and in all cultures.  It is not the soul creation of China, Okinawa or Japan… all of the ancient civilizations had their own hand to hand as well as military methods, even the Egyptians, Greeks, Africans and Mayan cultures. […]

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Sanseiru

Sanseiru

January 5, 2018 | By | Add a Comment

  The Third Animal The Bubishi is based on two main animal styles; White Crane and Black Tiger… however there is also the consideration of a third animal inferred. It is inferred as the two animals blended, actually compose the essence of the third animal (the Dragon).  The Crane and the Tiger are the essence […]

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The Fist

The Fist

December 22, 2017 | By | Add a Comment

    Double Your Martial Art Instantly Just by changing your Context… Most people use the fist as a simple bludgeon with punching, back-fists and hammering actions.  But this is only half the story as the act of clenching the fist is in itself a formidable weapon when directed toward Kyusho targets. To fully realize […]

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Non Responders

Non Responders

December 15, 2017 | By | Add a Comment

  Well Not Really There are many reasons 5% of people do not respond to the pain of Dojo Kyusho… but it does not mean that they are invincible… you just need to know Real Kyusho better. First we are all the same in that we have the same nerves, organs, bones, etc., however they […]

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2017 IKC Recap

2017 IKC Recap

December 8, 2017 | By | 1 Comment

    It was Awesome! Thanks for all the Instructors and Practitioners that made this event a great experience as well as education and skill development event. We had groups in from: Spain France Germany Netherlands USA Portugal Austria Switzerland Denmark Czech Republic Morrocco probably missed some too This was the 17th annual convention and […]

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The Kyusho of Shotokan

The Kyusho of Shotokan

November 24, 2017 | By | 2 Comments

    Gichin Funakoshi’s Kyusho Yes even a style as “Taditional” as Shotokan was originally built on an understanding of Kyusho by it’s founder. In fact he was so entrenched that he published his notes on Kyusho in his legendary text “Karate-Do Kyohan”.   Now in the older “modern Publication” there was only  a brief account […]

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Seiunchin – Black Tiger Blood Attacks

Seiunchin – Black Tiger Blood Attacks

November 17, 2017 | By | Add a Comment

  制引戦 Both Films and Full written explanations Tensho – White Crane Nerve Attacks Seiunchin – Black Tiger Blood Attacks Thank You For Your Support – It was a huge success – Crowd fund was completed in just two days! This Project was a process to unlock certain keys to the Bubishi and Goju-Ryu Tensho.  […]

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Targeting Tegumi Tuite

Targeting Tegumi Tuite

November 10, 2017 | By | Add a Comment

  In Traditional Karate We all know that each style’s Kata are the main instructional tools handed down through the ages.  We also know that they are an exercise, a meditation and a puzzle used to convey the style’s body of knowledge… All with secrets hidden in plain sight that need the keys to decipher. […]

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Transformation

Transformation

November 3, 2017 | By | Add a Comment

  Hidden in Plain Sight Concussion, Constriction, Compression The process of entering. The progression in fighting over the past years, decades and centuries… has changed time. In recent times we have seen the progression (regression in historical perspective), from Striking or Concussion based Arts, like Boxing, Karate, Wing Chun, etc. to Constriction. In the original […]

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Key to the Key

Key to the Key

October 20, 2017 | By | 1 Comment

  It’s Black and White Kyusho is the Key to all Martial Arts Styles, be it for health, energy training or pugilism. Within the Key of Kyusho, are additional Keys to making it functional for you and your style or area of interest. And in the Bubishi there are keys that will unlock the manuals […]

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