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Kyusho Discussion 16

Kyusho Discussion 16

May 13, 2016 | By | Add a Comment

    Kyusho in Law Enforcement So many times people make claim (without experience), that Kyusho cannot work in a real situation…that is 100% wrong. Over the years the real use of Kyusho has been 100% effective in protecting the practitioners. It is not always a KO that is used, it ranges from simple control, […]

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Advanced Revivals

Advanced Revivals

May 6, 2016 | By | 1 Comment

  What’s so advanced…. If you are a Kyusho enthusiast, you have seen a few revivals…maybe done them as well. We have also seen people do things that they copied from others and they use them at inappropriate times or with no real need. And that is why it is necessary to explore one of […]

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Kyusho Discussion 15

Kyusho Discussion 15

April 29, 2016 | By | Add a Comment

    Andreas Quast The author began Karate in 1994, went to Japan first in 1999 and continuously studied Ryūkyū Kobudō since 2000. Besides, he has seven years straight experience in Jiu-jitsu. He trained with a large number of internationally acclaimed budōka. For close to two years in total he lived and trained on Okinawa, Japan, honing his skills in […]

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Seiuchin Blood Attacks

Seiuchin Blood Attacks

April 22, 2016 | By | Add a Comment

  制引戦 The origins of Seiunchin are steeped in controversy and mystery. As kanji never reveals a definite literal translation, Seiunchin is mostly accepted one of two ways; the “Storm within the calm” or more likely  “To Grab and Pull in Battle”.  It is this later translation that fits well in bunkai as it consists of numerous grabs, pulls, throws and locks. […]

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Kyusho Discussion 14

Kyusho Discussion 14

April 15, 2016 | By | 2 Comments

  This month we have a great interview with Max Maislinger of Salzburg, Austria. Max has had many experiences in real life use of Kyusho as a Corrections Officer working in the prison system and now in Law Enforcement on the streets of Salzburg. He is the head instructor for the Kyusho Tactical Control Program […]

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Personal Kyusho Lesson

Personal Kyusho Lesson

April 6, 2016 | By | Add a Comment

  Your Private Lesson A one hour personal consulting service on anything Kyusho. These are 1 hour personal Skype conversations with Evan Pantazi that will be catered to your interests as they relate to ANYTHING within the diverse range of topics covered at www.kyusho.com, DVD’s, Interviews or Past Courses… or even how to set up or host a course.   […]

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Anatomy of Revival

Anatomy of Revival

April 1, 2016 | By | 2 Comments

  Revival and Restoration Kyusho International has alway researched the deeper mechanisms behind Kyusho, we were not satisfied with the (now proven unrelated) theory of pressure points and the aspects of Acupuncture as the practical model. This is not to dismiss Acupuncture as a viale health related program, it simply is not related to Kyusho. […]

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The Living and the Dead

The Living and the Dead

March 25, 2016 | By | Add a Comment

  Styles? There are two main ways that Martial Art Styles are taught… one is dead with tradition and set technique that can not vary, the other alive with concept that adheres to set idea or tenants, but with a curriculum that is alive and in perpetual refinement. The strict adherence to set technique holds […]

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Kyusho Discussion 13

Kyusho Discussion 13

March 18, 2016 | By | Add a Comment

    Tom Gallo Location: Floral Park, NY (USA) Certifying Instructor Level 3 Certification License to PL-1 KTCP – Certifying Instructor Kyusho-Jutsu Kokusai Shihankai 急所術国際師範會 – 3rd Degree Black Belt Email – Click Here Website – Click Here         Tom Gallo is the Host of the US Kyusho Summit now on our […]

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Real Hands

Real Hands

March 11, 2016 | By | Add a Comment

  Can they work? Excerpt from upcoming book; “Bubishi Explained, through Pangai-noon (半硬軟)”. The Bubishi is a ancient compiled book by an unknown author or authors, consisting of a combination of body change methods of Tiger and Crane, much like the old Chinese boxing system known as Pangainoon.  The manual also includes a study of […]

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