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Tatsu

Tatsu

April 21, 2017 | By | Add a Comment

  Cloud Dragon This name is for a specific posture from one of the oldest family Karate styles, Kojo-ryu.  This style was reportedly established in 1392 with origin in China. They were part of a transition of Chinese that came to the Ryukyu’s named “Kume 36 families”. The creator of Kojo-ryu, was Sai Jo and migrated from the Fujian Province of China. Many […]

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Internal vs External Arts

Internal vs External Arts

April 14, 2017 | By | 2 Comments

The Confusion Many people see the difference in External and Internal Martial Arts as being hard and fast as compared to soft and slow in physical action that makes the distinction. However it depends more on the mind-set and method of the practitioner as they work if their style or art is truly internal or external. […]

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Kyusho – Heian Yondan

Kyusho – Heian Yondan

April 7, 2017 | By | Add a Comment

    Kyusho is a foundational pillar of all Kata It has long been written by many masters of old, that anatomical Kyusho was a basis of their particular styles. In this film, Cody Robyn breaks down some Kyusho Interpretations from Heian Yondan. Kata Arms Attacks Head Attacks Body Attacks Leg Attacks Takedowns Grappling (standing […]

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Ease Up

Ease Up

March 24, 2017 | By | Add a Comment

  “Float like a Butterfy… Sting like a bee” – Muhammed Ali Words of wisdom from the late Champ, as he knew that sheer power was not the only answer. So many people ask me about “Energy Transfer”, the reply is always the same, “Ease Up”.   Why? Because when you use power (or try […]

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Complete System

Complete System

March 17, 2017 | By | 1 Comment

  In one Kata Yes it is possible and especially easy when you base it with Kyusho. Take one Kata, be it Shuri, Naha or Tomari based and instead of looking for perfect performance, techniques or Bunkai… look at the tools and targets the Kata employs, their trajectory and the vast array of possibilities to apply […]

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The Process

The Process

March 10, 2017 | By | Add a Comment

  Sharpening the blade In Kyusho as all other successful ventures, you must constantly refine and hone your skills like the blade of a good knife. The method must first be created, then taught, then constantly refined with application on hundreds of individuals of all sizes and Martial Skill levels.  It must also be worked […]

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New Video Download

New Video Download

March 5, 2017 | By | Add a Comment

  Kyusho Sanchin part 2 Kyusho Jitsu Sanchin Pt. 2, encompassing leg attacks, take-downs, grappling joint manipulations, and weapon defense. Instant Download mp4 for your computer: Kyusho in Uechi/Pangainoon Sanchin part 2 (level 5 through 9) $12.99 or $9.99 in Bitcoin Pay With Bitcoin   For Download – Access – Click Here   For DVD edition – Click […]

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Founding of Kyusho International

Founding of Kyusho International

February 24, 2017 | By | Add a Comment

  A brief history The film above depicts a general and brief description of how Kyusho International was founded and deployed, creating the largest Kyusho organization in the world. The curriculum was developed and refined over 20 years before releasing to the public and now being used in over 45 countries worldwide. And of course […]

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Nai Hanch Nidan

Nai Hanch Nidan

February 17, 2017 | By | 11 Comments

  What’s Really Inside One of the Shuri style Karate Kata that is most widely used and revered is the Nai Han Chi… it is even used in some Naha based Karate (Goju’s Secret Kata). The Kata is from ancient China, but beyond that there is little empirical evidence as to it’s origins.  Some conjecture that […]

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Chosei Motubu

Chosei Motubu

February 10, 2017 | By | 1 Comment

    An Experience Early 2000’s I had the opportunity to attend a course with Hanshi Chosei Motobu in North Carolina.  It was a Kempo school in the Motobu lineage. The seminar was promoted as instructing the 12 main bunkai of his father, Choki Motubu’s Nai Han Chi Kata. Now that got me excited on […]

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