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A Fallacy

A Fallacy

February 28, 2013 | By | 2 Comments

  Many instructors… in Kyusho really do not train Martial Arts in their seminars. They instead concentrate solely on the points and affects. The issues that arise from this is that since there is a linited amount of points, the “Kyusho Training” devolves into tricks or simplified techniques that get the learner (as well as […]

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Kyusho Dan Ranks

Kyusho Dan Ranks

February 6, 2013 | By | 9 Comments

    Press Release: Patrick McCarthy Hanshi is a Japan-accredited 9th Degree Black Belt, and 5th generation student of Okinawan Karate with an impeccable lineage of Okinawan master instructors; starting with his teacher Kinjo Hiroshi and his teacher’s teacher, Hanashiro Chomo, Itosu Ankoh who preceded him, and his master, Matsumura Sokon Uncle to Hohan Soken), […]

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Pin point

Pin point

February 2, 2013 | By | 4 Comments

  Ouch…   Everyone has felt blunt pain as well as sharp pain, these affect the exterior protective structures and can cause physical dysfunction. We experienced this, understand it and as Martial Artists we work to utilize it on our opponents. This is however not the fullest of our capabilities with Kyusho… nor should it […]

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Bladed Weapons

Bladed Weapons

January 30, 2013 | By | 7 Comments

    That’s a Knife The blade has long been a devastating and highly used weapon not only from accessibility, but also it’s efficiency and psychological impact. It is as fast, as subtle, as brutal as the hand that wields it and the mind that guides that hand. Many cultures and styles revolve around this […]

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3 Stages

3 Stages

January 18, 2013 | By | 4 Comments

    Health, Wellness and Protection There are 3 stages of development in Kyusho, that must be incorporated for full potential in the skill, however this is not an easy accomplishment, nor is it widely known or accepted. Without the 3 stages, one can not gain the full depth of understanding and consequently can develop only […]

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K.I.S.S.

K.I.S.S.

January 5, 2013 | By | 3 Comments

    Keep It Simple Stupid We have all heard this expression from all facets of life and endeavor, but how many actually strive for this? In today’s society everything has gotten so complex that many people have difficulty discerning the simplicity of each need… and so it is in Kyusho as well. When a person first begins learning Kyusho […]

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Sound

Sound

January 1, 2013 | By | 6 Comments

  Shake it up… Sound is energetic vibrations of the air that causes our eardrums to vibrate, these vibrations transmit to tiny bones in the middle ear until they reach the inner ear where the oscillating pressures are converted into electrical signals and sent to the brain. These vibrations move in waves called frequency (Frequency […]

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Success!

Success!

December 19, 2012 | By | 3 Comments

    Again! For over two decades Kyusho Health & Wellness recipes have been helping people around the world deal with many related issues. Since the program was released, thousands of minor health issues like; headaches,  sore throats, back aches and numerous other ailments have been successfully applied to people from over 70 countries.  Even […]

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Grow up

Grow up

December 18, 2012 | By | 5 Comments

  We really need to grow up! In Kyusho there was a time and place for showing KO’s, but that time has long passed. The Martial Arts community does not and will not take us seriously if we keep promoting KO’s on social media, the general public think we are idiots or frauds.  In fact […]

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GTO

GTO

December 11, 2012 | By | 7 Comments

  Attacking the Tendons and Muscles This is an excerpt from my second book on muscles and tendons, you may discuss this topic in depth at the forum:  http://www.kyusho.com/forum/showthread.php/15384-Muscle-Spindle-Cell   The study of Kyusho includes dysfunction of several body functions such as neurological, vascular, respiratory, digestive and other functions including the function of the Muscles and Tendons. […]

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