Tag: Bunkai

Myojyou

Myojyou

August 23, 2019 | By | Add a Comment

    Fatal “Because of stimulation to abdomen artery and nerves by the severe shock of small intestines and bladder and severe change in blood circulation and loss of motor organ.” That is a target and quote from Hohan Sokens notes (Controversy Here), where he describes the Target Location, the Tools for attack and the […]

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Uechi Seisan Hand Transitions

Uechi Seisan Hand Transitions

August 16, 2019 | By | Add a Comment

    Yin and Yang There is a transition of hand actions that are the same in context, yet performed in the opposite direction using Uechi/Pangainoon Sanchin and Seisan. Using Kyusho to decode the Katas is invaluable as only target acquisition can unveil the Katas secrets. In Uechi and Pwangainoon, there is extra benefit as […]

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A Top Ten Target

A Top Ten Target

July 12, 2019 | By | Add a Comment

    For Your Protection In the Malar region of the face (Cheek Area),there are three nerves that converge and over lay one another. This is a great target to influence the nerve system as well as overload it. We have seen it used in countless Boxing matches, UFC fights and have reports from many […]

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Opportunity

Opportunity

June 14, 2019 | By | Add a Comment

  Be in a Kyusho Video Did you ever want to be in a Kyusho video like the ones on Kyusho.com, YouTube or Budo International? Well this is your Opportunity as we will be doing a public and private filming like the one pictured in the video above. There will be an Instructional Video as […]

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Koshi-Gamae

Koshi-Gamae

May 24, 2019 | By | Add a Comment

  Kyusho – Unlimited Bunkai Learning Kyusho gives us the ability to create unlimited Bunkai, or work with spontaneously even though there are set targets and weapons to apply. Well in the past I decided to experiment with one posture found in most Karate Kata, the cup and saucer position (Koshi-Gamae or Hip Prepatory Position). […]

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Karate-ka or Kyusho-ka

Karate-ka or Kyusho-ka

April 5, 2019 | By | Add a Comment

Definition of Karateka  a practitioner of Karate We have always called folks the study and practice of Karate (irregardless of what style), we called Karate-Ka.  This means that you learn, practice and utilize the set postures, transitions and Kata in self defense type drills and testing.  However in Kumite or free sparring, these are not utilized as […]

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Chaining the Occiptial Nerves

Chaining the Occiptial Nerves

March 29, 2019 | By | Add a Comment

  How to work the target Taking a soft cupped hand first place it where the base of the skull and neck meet.  Rest the whole palm there with equal pressure… slowly withdraw the hand and quickly slap the same are with the whole palm uniformly toward the forehead. Do not skim the surface of the […]

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Kyusho in Seipai

Kyusho in Seipai

March 22, 2019 | By | Add a Comment

  Answers from the Bubishi From Goju Ryu and others styles this ancient Kata was one of the more prominent Kata depicted in the Bubishi… and therefore is steeped or more aptly, evolved from Kyusho. As this is an ancient Kata, much of the historical information is vague, we can only really trace the Martial […]

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Seisan Tactics

Seisan Tactics

March 15, 2019 | By | 1 Comment

Taking Seisan to the Street The ancient Kata Seisan, is still as viable today as it has been throughout the centuries for practical self protection. Instructors Chip Quimby (Uechi Ryu) and Evan Pantazi (Kyusho) will be helping you in an open course for practical Self-Protection, using actions and techniques taken from Ancient Seisan Kata, joined […]

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Denko Documented

Denko Documented

February 15, 2019 | By | 1 Comment

Question Submitted by Emmett Doyle from YouTube Hi Mr Pantazi Hi Evan sir, Bit off topic, and I know you don’t deal with points but anatomy, I’ve came across a technique in a book which refers to kyusho known as Denko (lightning bolt), could you shed any light on this point or the anatomical structure […]

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