Recent Articles

Open Source

Open Source

October 21, 2016 | By | Add a Comment

  In Kyusho??? Yes in Kyusho, we open source at Kyusho International always have… we are decentralized just like the Blockchain (if you do not know what it is, you will be living it within 5 years) You see as many just work to replicate, duplicate or just plain mimic, we prefer to innovate, challenge […]

Read More

Traditional Kyusho

Traditional Kyusho

October 14, 2016 | By | 2 Comments

  Kyusho is Traditional In fact Kyusho was around before most styles, they grew up around Kyusho as it is the foundation of the Martial Arts.  What warrior did not study the anatomy to land the decisive and life saving attack to their opponent. It is the modernization, sportification, dilution and literal growth explosion of […]

Read More

Kyusho Discussion 18

Kyusho Discussion 18

October 7, 2016 | By | Add a Comment

  Sifu Richard Mooney With over 47 years of Martial Training in many arts, Rich Mooney discusses his career and how he sees Kyusho in both the TCM and scientific paradigm. You can contact him at rm2013@gmail.com   <iframe width=”854″ height=”480″ src=”https://www.youtube.com/embed/3LMfypAXH5I” frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen></iframe>         #Kyusho -ep

Read More

Masters 1999 Seminar

Masters 1999 Seminar

September 30, 2016 | By | 1 Comment

    Meet the Masters 1999 In 1999 I invited Several Masters of the Martial Arts I was involved in at the time, to North Andover, Massachusetts for a convention of mixed styles. Unfortunately the great Wally Jay, one of the feature Masters was taken ill and in his stead both Ed Melaugh and Leon […]

Read More

Steemit.com

Steemit.com

September 26, 2016 | By | Add a Comment

  Transitioning For those that are on the great new social platform Steemit.com, we are already there and posting with over 400 posts. We have taken our first two private levels of Health and Wellness program there in posts as well as new information not posted on Kyusho.com. The address there is:  https://steemit.com/@kyusho So please […]

Read More

Mental Kyusho

Mental Kyusho

September 23, 2016 | By | Add a Comment

    MIND, Body, Spirit We as protection practitioners must always use mind first… we must train it to be open. So many Karateka ignore certain elements of their style and Kata, as their instructor never taught them, so they looked no further.  The base of Okinawan Karate (real not sport) is Kyusho or the […]

Read More

Kyusho Kata

Kyusho Kata

September 16, 2016 | By | Add a Comment

Watch to the end and you will see and hear Tsutomu Nakahodo Sensei, Uechi Ryu 10th Dan Hanshi show and talk openly about Kyusho.     A Kyusho Kata? No… your Kata with Kyusho in it… Just look at that guy to the right, you think he is just blocking or hitting the testicals? To really […]

Read More

Kyusho Tegumi – Moto

Kyusho Tegumi – Moto

September 9, 2016 | By | Add a Comment

  Okinawan Grappling Training From Wikipedia Tegumi (手組?) or Mutō (無刀?) is a traditional form of wrestling from Okinawa. According to Shōshin Nagamine, in his “Tales of Okinawa’s Great Masters”, there are no accurate historical documents surrounding the origins of grappling in Okinawa. It seems that tegumi evolved from a primitive form of grappling self-defense, […]

Read More

Gock Ng Sing – 5 Star Drill

Gock Ng Sing – 5 Star Drill

September 2, 2016 | By | Add a Comment

  Five Star Blocking (五方向運動) Instant Access (after purchase click here) Ok sure in can be a blocking drill, and arm conditioning drill, a sticky hand drill…but it can also be used offensively and defensively (if you do defense instead of protective action). To explain this more clearly we will take a small pattern of […]

Read More

Nai Hanch Elbow

Nai Hanch Elbow

August 26, 2016 | By | Add a Comment

  Nai Han Chi, Nai Fuan Chin, Tekki, Neh Bo Jin, etc. When we look at a Kata, we tend to observe and accentuate the obvious action of that move.  However in the true spirit of yin and yang, we must as serious Martial Artists look at every detail of the action as they reveal more […]

Read More