Bunkai

Bunkai

Bunkai (分解) Translates as "analysis" or "interpretation". It is a Japanese term in Martial Arts that describes the analysis of Kata as well as understanding fighting techniques from the movements that Kata. It has also long been a held tradition, that there are...
Kime

Kime

  Translates as: FOCUS Kime is a long venerated Karate term as well as practice... it is the essence of Karate for most. It translates from the longer word of Kimeru meaning to decide, fix or set... in short, focused intent or energy. As a Martial Artist, you...
Tai Sabaki

Tai Sabaki

  体捌き Refers to whole body movement, or repositioning for advantage in combative action.  It is a term used widely in and very important in all Martial Arts styles typically used to avoid an attack, such that the opponent is placed in a less advantageous...
Body Changing

Body Changing

      Ultimate Protection Centuries ago ancient Chinese cultures and Martial Artists discovered and refined a system of protection as well as preservation.  This was called bymany names over the ages, yet it is centered on "Body Change" exercises. These...
Delayed Death Touch

Delayed Death Touch

  Reality Based Kyusho Yeah, it would probably take that long to die of a splenic fracture, probably take a couple of days to die of a carotid dissection from black tiger, probably only would take one day to die of a subclavian artery laceration from seiuchin...
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