Recent Articles

The Vagus Nerve

The Vagus Nerve

August 31, 2018 | By | Add a Comment

    What is the vagus nerve? The vagus nerve is the longest of your cranial nerves and has numerous nerve fibers spanning from your brain stem to all your organs. The word Vagus, means wanderer, as it is running throughout your body. Basically, it is the command center of your parasympathetic nervous system, or the  […]

Read More

Do You Play or Train Kyusho

Do You Play or Train Kyusho

August 24, 2018 | By | Add a Comment

  It’s not so clear a question Most Kyusho practitioners I have run into prefer to always learn new targets and especially new tricks.  Little gimmicks that they can learn and show to people… but this is not training, it is simply playing Kyusho. Even senior Kyusho practitioners rather play than train as training requires […]

Read More

With or Without

With or Without

August 17, 2018 | By | 2 Comments

  Kyusho That is the only difference in Karate Styles Basically, it’s all the same… they share blocks, punches and kicks, so the only difference between Karate Styles is it with or without Kyusho. It is the missing ingredient in most modern practices… that the founders of the styles had, but sadly did not pass […]

Read More

What if

What if

August 10, 2018 | By | 2 Comments

  Kyusho is Real Lets just think  about this a bit more before it is dismissed. What if the Old Founders from Funakoshi, Mabuni, Fujita, Oyata, Soken, Itosu, Etc, were correct? What if their notes and documents they wrote, coveted and passed on were real? What if the Basis of Kara-Te was Kyusho (attacking the […]

Read More

When did the Hands of Karate Close

When did the Hands of Karate Close

August 3, 2018 | By | Add a Comment

1936 meeting of masters – Commemorating the establishment of basic kata of karate do in 1937 Chotoku Kyan – Kentsu Yabu – Como Hanashiro – Chojun Miyagi front from left Shinpan Shiroma – Sinpan Gusukuma – Choryo Maeshiro – Chosin Chibana – Genwa Nakasone back from left In one word “DO” The de-emphasis of the […]

Read More

That Old Heart Revival Thing

That Old Heart Revival Thing

July 27, 2018 | By | Add a Comment

  Wait, here is a great story to back up the reality This video has excerpts from a YouTube interview between Greg Hunter (usawattchdog.com) and Dr. Dave Janda (  https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=operation+freedom). Let’s face it most “Traditional” Martial Artists believe their is no reality base in Kyusho, although we prove it every day. It is really funny […]

Read More

As said before

As said before

July 20, 2018 | By | 1 Comment

  Way before… Many years ago, 15 – 20… I said that everyone would be teaching Kyusho at some point, yes even those that discredited it.  They should as well because people will seek Instructors that know it rather than not. Now there are many out there already working the Kyusho title, some are good,some […]

Read More

Why is the Left Side of the Body Weaker

Why is the Left Side of the Body Weaker

July 13, 2018 | By | Add a Comment

  Because of the way the Heart is positioned Paul Robinson Questioned: “Evan, I have a question for you. I’m a Platinum Subscriber. In your bronze body points section you said not to strike certain points on the left side of the body because they affect the heart. Can…” Anatomical First it is only in […]

Read More

Open Hand or Closed Fist

Open Hand or Closed Fist

July 6, 2018 | By | Add a Comment

  Hands of Shaolin I get hundreds of questions each week regarding Kyusho in regard to Health and Healing as well as Martial Arts. It has been my career for decades and thoroughly intriguing. Here is one such question recently asked on my You Tube Channel: Sensei, what would be more precise to activate pressure […]

Read More

Kyusho or Atemi

Kyusho or Atemi

June 29, 2018 | By | 1 Comment

    What is the Difference? Atemi (当身) means striking or concussive blows to the body… as opposed to grappling, throwing, felling or joint locking methods. Many Martial Arts styles employ the use of Atemi to help set up the opponent for a trow, lock or grappling action, but not necessarily the completion of a […]

Read More

%d bloggers like this: