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Learning Phase

Learning Phase

January 30, 2014 | By | 1 Comment

  The Learning Triangle There is a model of learning that was created decades ago depicting the average learning capability of man.  It is called the “Learning Triangle” (Edgar Dale – 1969). When you look at it all that come here just tor read learn only 10%… congratulations you are ahead of the masses that […]

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Kyusho and Bodybuilders

Kyusho and Bodybuilders

January 28, 2014 | By | 2 Comments

  The Question: A great question came up on the forum about the abuse of steroids in some parts of the world and the increasing violent behavior of these users especially while drinking. Hi all. I have a question, but I need to give some background first: Here in Australia there has been much in […]

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Q&A

Q&A

January 25, 2014 | By | 21 Comments

  Questions and Answers Questions mount continuously in Kyusho as new enthusiasts come into the science, long time enthusiasts want to improve and new discoveries are made (yes many with more to come). This post will at first list a few questions and answers, then stay open for your new questions… so let’s take a […]

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Violence Centers

Violence Centers

January 18, 2014 | By | 4 Comments

  What is a Violence Center? It is the most likely place where crime and physical violence is likely to occur in increasingly bad economic times. First what is wrong with this picture?  If you said someone was robbed and injured yes absolutely that is a problem, but there is more. The “Security” camera caught […]

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No Point

No Point

January 15, 2014 | By | 13 Comments

  There is no such thing as a pressure point. I realize this is controversial, it will upset some, it will anger others, but that should not prevent it from being said. We need to look at “Kyusho” in proper perspective and common sense… but a bit f a disclaimer first: I am a Kyusho […]

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Hangman

Hangman

January 9, 2014 | By | 8 Comments

Seemingly a twisted post.. but there is a point…. really. A short description first (and as follow up to the sealing the breath article): There are four ways of performing a judicial hanging: suspension hanging, the short drop, the standard drop, and the long drop. A mechanized form of hanging, the upright jerker, was also […]

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Delusional

Delusional

January 8, 2014 | By | 3 Comments

  Kyusho suffers from many delusional practitioners and instructors… as all arts or styles do.   So how can you protect yourself when looking for an instructor? Language – First listen to the instructor, is the language they use foreign to you?  Will you need to learn a new language to understand about the science? […]

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Tools

Tools

January 4, 2014 | By | 13 Comments

  Never Techniques are the second most important aspect in the Martial Arts is the tools (after the targets). The ancient method of anatomical targeting needed penetrating weapons to inflict the most destructive, efficient and definitive results.  This was achieved on the battlefield with forged metal, but in hand to hand combatives the body was […]

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Tools, Targets and Techniques

Tools, Targets and Techniques

December 29, 2013 | By | 7 Comments

  So what do we value more, the tools, the target or the technique? Today we can see a divergence from the more ancient practices as the mainstream martial artist values techniques as the most valued aspect of their training.  But this does not appear in line with most ancient texts, it came into the […]

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Sealing the Breath

Sealing the Breath

December 24, 2013 | By | 19 Comments

  Gasp… As we saw in the deep tissue article, that although very effective it is also permanently damaging to varying degree.  In today’s letigis society, it is no longer an acceptable means of self protection. Kyusho has the answer still as we can use more superficial targets to affect a deeper tissue or physiological […]

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