Kata Kin Ken

Kata Kin Ken

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...
KO Seizures

KO Seizures

  What Causes Them   A seizure is a sudden abnormal electrical disturbance in the brain. This can be induced with Kyusho, especially when heavier power levels are used. The following are the symptoms that can be observed: Strange movement of your head, body,...
Siu Nim Tao

Siu Nim Tao

  Siu Nim Tao Wing Tsun/Chun is a concise and direct Martial Arts Style with many generations of history since it’s inception. In the centuries of its existence, it has become one of the world’s predominant styles, a testament to its efficiency and effectiveness....
Kyusho Drills

Kyusho Drills

  Enhanced Accuracy and Spontaneity We all understand that drills help develop neural pathways to reduce hesitation, increase muscle speed and efficiency, as well as accuracy in motion. But many cast drills to a non-realistic training that wastes the...
Azato Taikyoku Grappling

Azato Taikyoku Grappling

    Tegumi This is a short but fun Tegumi exercise that was passed on to me from Dr. Jacob McClintock. He had learned it from Master Masayuki (Asato) Ward of the Azato Shorin Ryu lineage. Image Right: Masayuki (Asato) Ward (L), Jacob McClintock (R) There is...
Kyusho Revivals

Kyusho Revivals

The Beginning of Kyusho Training This is the first and most important level in the study of Kyusho. It is the proper way to revive and or restore your training partner if they should need it. Without this knowledge and especially your skills in these methods, you...
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