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Time

Time

May 11, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

    Tick, Tick, Tick… Nature throws humans an inevitable curve-ball in any higher pursuit, it is no different with the science and art of Kyusho and the strict demands needed for such a level of mastery of the 3 stages of development. The younger people are attracted to Kyusho for its powerful ability to KO another […]

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Dislocations and Breaks

Dislocations and Breaks

May 9, 2013 | By | 3 Comments

    Whoa, that’s more serious… 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 […]

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Conundrum

Conundrum

May 5, 2013 | By | 1 Comment

  Chase that tail… Kyusho Practitioners all face a conundrum in their quest to learn Kyusho. One one hand you have the individual believes, it will happen when it happens and on the other side, you have those that set the goal to be at a certain level. Well those that believe it will happen when it […]

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Sanchin

Sanchin

May 4, 2013 | By | 2 Comments

  Special Training Course Sanchin This special course will be held in Peabody, MA (USA) for 5 days of training on July 22 – 26, 2013. This will be focused on using Sanchin as a complete fighting style that can be used with or without Kyusho, (which of course will be added), but it can […]

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Anatomy

Anatomy

May 2, 2013 | By | 3 Comments

  Is it possible to learn Kyusho without anatomy? Yes it is as many learn from using acupuncture based charts… but not to the same depth of understanding and skill that can be realized by the practitioner using real anatomic information. Masters of old knew anatomy, although not quite the artists that Leonardo Da Vinci was, hence […]

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CV-18

CV-18

April 27, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

  The Heart of the matter: Anatomy must rule over conjectured theory to enable the Kyusho practitioner to have more profound effect as well as realistic possibility. There are very few “Kyusho Instructors” that actually know or understand the anatomy or physiology, they instead teach from a Traditional Chinese Medical (TCM) terminology (that again most […]

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New Realities

New Realities

April 25, 2013 | By | 1 Comment

  We are all taught in strict confines of remember and repeat processes that actually do not represent real learning. Yes it worked in school for you to get a grade and pass out of that “System” and into the real world… where it was completely different. We must be educated to see for ourselves, […]

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CS-1

CS-1

April 24, 2013 | By | 1 Comment

  What is protection? Is it merely learning a Martial Art or method of fighting (hand-to-hand, knife, firearm or other weapons), or is it all encompassing? Yes of course physical means of protection are needed, but you now need more protection against cyber crimes, identity theft, health risks from poisoned foods and prescription medication, intellectual property theft, savings and financial safety, […]

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The Beginning

The Beginning

April 23, 2013 | By | 1 Comment

  Many people that start Kyusho quickly get lost in the plethora of information they find. And like most people they can get frustrated as they feel they are way behind the learning curve and need to know it all now. But the best way to start is to understand you have a new journey in front of you, rushing to […]

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Good Health

Good Health

April 21, 2013 | By | 1 Comment

    Here’s to Yours, What many fail to see in the study of Kyusho is it’s inherent benefit to the health of the practitioner. This occurs in many aspects of the training and the affects on the body: First is when the practitioner actually becomes aware of their anatomy and function (health), as most […]

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