Tuite Classic

We're still on the tuite this, the third consecutive week with one more coming as we like to build on a theme, because it gives you a better chance to first practice in the interim and to work it for a longer period of time so it actually becomes a skill in your hands not just the thought in your head. Remember Kyusho is very resilient to just thinking your way through, it's like any martial application that you have to experience it, because your opponent doesn't always move the way you think they will.

In the last couple of weeks, we were explaining how we're attacking the autonomic system the somatic system and different processes for this now this week we're going into another double autonomic attack. We're going to do that by activating the autonomics twice in a row and you'll see uh what the blow does to the person when we apply the Kyusho after this double attack with the Tuite. these targets are not being struck strongly, they're done very lightly as a matter so as not to damage the joints. Please understand that these light attacks still gain massive affect, just imagine if you increased the attack severity and the escalating affects there of.

Temporary Blidness Revival

When we performed this application with the Tuite affect, the Uke realized a severe blurring of the vision in the same side eye. Struck with more intent it would cause a full temporary blindness in that side eye... here's how...

Learn the application, the anatomy, tool, trajectory and see the affects in the private extended sections below.

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