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Kyusho Drills

Kyusho Drills

January 17, 2020 | By | Add a Comment

  Enhanced Accuracy and Spontaneity We all understand that drills help develop neural pathways to reduce hesitation, increase muscle speed and efficiency, as well as accuracy in motion. But many cast drills to a non-realistic training that wastes the practitioners time and will never be usable in real stress situational need. High stress and adrenalized […]

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Is GB-20 Dangerous

Is GB-20 Dangerous

January 10, 2020 | By | Add a Comment

    No… Because it is not a Real Kyusho Target An interesting question came in by email that was concerned about applying pressure for the Lateral Headache remedy. There are so many reasons why the “Pressure Point” called”Gall Bladder 20″ (GB-20) is not dangerous as touted in the email below (name withheld): “Hi, we […]

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Kyusho Revivals

Kyusho Revivals

December 27, 2019 | By | Add a Comment

The Beginning of Kyusho Training This is the first and most important level in the study of Kyusho. It is the proper way to revive and or restore your training partner if they should need it. Without this knowledge and especially your skills in these methods, you should not experiment with Kyusho on another individual. […]

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Chuck Liddel’s KO’s

Chuck Liddel’s KO’s

December 20, 2019 | By | Add a Comment

  THE ICEMAN “Why isn’t Kyusho in MMA” This question is asked so many times and the answer is always the same…. “It Is”. The difficulty is that people that do not train Kyusho can not see what they don’t know.So all the Kyusho KO’s are not understood as Kyusho to those that can not […]

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Kyusho Discussion with John Festa

Kyusho Discussion with John Festa

December 13, 2019 | By | Add a Comment

Pressure Points or Anatomy and Physiology. John and I discuss the affects of Kyusho and even knockouts on an anatomical and physiological basis. Other topics are Oyata’s way of teaching.. follows the traditional path of Soken, Fujita, Funakoshi, Mabuni and so many other early Masters. Styles discussed are Karate, Silat, Arnis, Jujitsu as well as […]

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Recap

Recap

December 6, 2019 | By | Add a Comment

  Our Core Instructors Just some shots recapping a fun event with Kyusho Instructors from around the world. We have Instructors from Switzerland, Austria, Germany, Canada and the US… helping folks see how Kyusho fits in any style. These Great instructors will be working wit the new Modular System in Kyusho, that will help many […]

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Instructor Certification Course

Instructor Certification Course

December 1, 2019 | By

Saturday & Sunday, February 1 & 2, 2020 Saturday February 1 will be from Noon -5:00pm Sunday February 2 will be from 11:00am – 4:00pm   For those interested in Teaching Kyusho This course is a full Kyusho Training and Certification course in two 5 hour days. You will learn and train the information as […]

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Shishochin Question

Shishochin Question

November 29, 2019 | By | Add a Comment

The 4 Cardinal Directions From: Happy ClamGuy “Off topic, but what is the significance of turning to the four cardinal points and repeating a movement in a kata, like in Suparinpei or shisochin? From a kiko (qigong) perspective, turning to face the four different points is meant to amplify qi through your meridians, but what […]

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Delayed Affect

Delayed Affect

November 15, 2019 | By | Add a Comment

  Kakushiken We often hear of the fabled “Delayed Death Touch” in the Martial Arts as one of the highest skill levels to attain. But many put it off as myth or movie tricks as opposed to really researching and training to get it to work. Well it is really not far fetched and in […]

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3 Trajectories

3 Trajectories

November 1, 2019 | By | Add a Comment

  3 Affects Most Kyusho practitioners that use “pressure points” know of two points (TW-12 mid Tricep and TW-11 at the elbow). They also know they must be attacked using different “Angle and Direction”. However there are actually more targets that are viable on the back of the arm that are not pressure points and […]

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