Kyusho Dislocations

 

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Yes one of the harsher realities of Kyusho is that it makes dislocating joints far easier and efficient a process, it also makes some breaks easier as well.

The reason is that the joints especially are protected by reflexes (see MSC & GTO) that strengthen muscles or relax them to offer more protection against damage.

Working in conjunction with traditional Martial Arts techniques can accomplish the same results, but needing substantially more power. By using Kyusho we are able to weaken the opponent and specific muscle group/s to more efficiently dislocate the joints and or break the skeletal structure.

Many suppose that this is something that they can already accomplish and yes this is probably true, however the massive force needed will not be with you all your life, you need an efficient way in which to accomplish this. It als begs the question do you really know, or do you just fake the action deeming it too dangerous to practice.

Well with Kyusho it is possible to practice (CAUTION HERE... DO IT UNDER QUALIFIED SUPERVISION ONLY), to the point that you feel the separation. This yields realistic expectation of performing it in reality, as if you never felt this you will never know for sure if your technique can actually accomplish what you think.

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Dislocations:

Yes one of the harsher realities of Kyusho is that it makes dislocating joints far easier and efficient a process. It also makes some breaks easier as well.

The reason is that the joints especially are protected by reflexes (see MSC & GTO) that strengthen muscles or relax them to offer more protection against damage.

Working in conjunction with traditional Martial Arts techniques can accomplish the same results, but needing substantially more power. By using Kyusho we are able to weaken the opponent and specific muscle group/s to more efficiently dislocate the joints and or break the skeletal structure.

1In fact this is the operational component not only embedded in Tuite, but also deep in classical Kata... it is by no accident that when you properly attack a joint using Kyusho to dislocate (or even breaking the skeletal structure), you will see that the body forms a posture from an ancient or traditional Kata.

On this first photo to the right, you can see Kata Nai Han Chi (Nidan) from a catching action off a push and the posture performing the actual dislocation after properly placing the hands on the specific target.

The Kata actions after the posture is initiated, turns slightly at the waist as well as stepping away in a sideways action from the attack to use not only the points, Tuite and posture, but also the weight of the entire body into the point.

 

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In this second photo you can observe the same technique being accomplished by a posture from Pwang Gai Noon's Sanchin Kata.

By using reverse engineering principles, we first learn the Kyusho (Vital Points), then learn to catch or access them, enhance them with proper physics and then recognize from our practiced Kata, which posture our body adapts to the action.

These photos were taken from the above film on Kyusho Dislocations.  As you watch the film, try to conceptualize how many postures from your Kata you can see emerge.

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