Double Shokens

Double Shokens

    From Uechi Ryu, Sanseiru Image used with permission from Jim Maloney, Uechi Ryu Canada https://www.facebook.com/jim.maloney.9862 The "Shoken" or "Tigers Tooth" (also known by many other names), is a powerful tool. It is a weapon like this that let's you...
Incense Shop Boxing

Incense Shop Boxing

Kyusho-ized History reports that when the Shaolin Temple was burned in the early 1700’s, most of the Shaolin monks were killed in an attack by the Qing Army. It is believed that 18 original Monks survived, but after being continually hunted down, only 5 were reported...
American Kenpo Salute

American Kenpo Salute

Kyusho-ized Most Martial Arts have opening or greeting salutes from simple single bows, to more elaborate and symbolic transitions. However once the practitioner understands and can enact Kyusho, all actions, posture and or transitions can become powerful defensive or...
San Zhan

San Zhan

A Deeper Look Learn this knockout technique from San Zhan, for the extended film with anatomical instruction and knockout explanation as well as demonstration, join this channels "Extended Video" level. San Zhan, stems from the Chinese White Crane style, some also...
Jigoro Kano Kyusho

Jigoro Kano Kyusho

    Yes Judo Kyusho Kanō Jigorō (嘉納 治五郎, 28 October 1860 – 4 May 1938) was a Japanese educator and athlete, the founder of Judo. Judo was the first Japanese martial art to gain widespread international recognition, and the first to become an official Olympic...
Needle to the Sea Bottom

Needle to the Sea Bottom

    The Hidden Meaning The move in Tai Chi Chuan with the fingers sinking downward, has long been an enigma for many Tai Chi Practitioners. Conventional self protection ideas popularized have been to use this action as a throw, or joint locking method. this...
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