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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 | 8 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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Reverse Engineering

Reverse Engineering

December 7, 2012 | By | 6 Comments

    Greater understanding of Kyusho… can be realized through processes of reverse engineering. Most people studying Kyusho focus primarily on the attack and it’s dysfunctional outcomes and one can actually reach a suitable skill using this one dimensional learning process.  However to get much farther beyond these skills, one must adapt reverse engineering into […]

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Comments

Comments

November 25, 2012 | By | Add a Comment

Don’t be Bashful folks, feel free to post your comments or questions on the posts. Kyusho may seem to be difficult to understand or learn, but it really is very simple. However the right questions will be necessary to get you past some temporary blocks. Your comments and questions are welcome here, I hope you […]

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Secrets

Secrets

November 24, 2012 | By | 1 Comment

  In Health, Wellness and Protection Many people think that there are secrets to reveal, but are there really secrets, or just information a person does not want to reveal to others for specific reason? Or could it be an individual is not ready to learn at that stage in their development? In Kyusho there […]

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What Points?

What Points?

November 14, 2012 | By | 8 Comments

  A popular question… for Kyusho beginners is what is the most important point to learn? Well that is a simple question with no simple answer, not all points are the same, nor is the physiology in all people. Going deeper, not all points are the same nor are they workable in all situations and this must […]

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Skill

Skill

November 9, 2012 | By | Add a Comment

    Applied Knowledge Skill is not achieved by knowledge or theories, it is only accomplished through applied and refined knowledge through experience. So many believe that new information or mystical sounding information will increase their skills. So they set out to learn as many new ideas, gimmicks and exotic information as possible. However in […]

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Networking

Networking

November 2, 2012 | By | Add a Comment

Networking One of the best benefits of Kyusho has been the completely open cross training of Martial Arts styles, Law Enforcement & Security, as well as all factions of Non Preparatory types of people. This has given Self Protection it’s greatest growth cycle ever as everyone from MMA to Tai Chi come together to train. […]

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What’s Important

What’s Important

October 30, 2012 | By | 11 Comments

So what is important for an individual that wants to excel in Kyusho: 1. Know the target inside and out. This seems like common sense especially for Kyusho practitioners, but is it really? Do you know if you are hitting a nerve, a blood vessel, an organ, or another vital functional structure? 2. Do you […]

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Kyusho Overhaul

Kyusho Overhaul

October 23, 2012 | By | 2 Comments

  Kyusho desperately needs an overhaul (Martial Arts does as well and is going through one now)… So the time is right. CAUTION: possibly inflammatory opinion First the Martial Arts are going through a change… not good or bad, but definitely a major makeover.  In the beginning, the Martial Arts were about finding self truth, empowering people and working […]

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