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2019 Kyusho Recognition Awards – Voting

2019 Kyusho Recognition Awards – Voting

August 18, 2019 | By | Add a Comment

  Awarded  November 3rd, 2019 One vote per registered Kyusho.com member The voting begins now until October 1, 2019. 1. Mentor Award, top instructor that gets on the mat and leads by experience. Teaching openly with their heart and soul, in a clear understandable manner. 2. Research Award, given to those that develop and idea […]

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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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Tuite’s Inner Meaning

Tuite’s Inner Meaning

June 28, 2019 | By | 2 Comments

    It’s True Value And it is not in destroying the joint,although it could be. There is a deeper mechanism at work in Kyusho joint attacks, that affects the entire neurological system as it radically changes the opponents physiology… not to mention psychology (when your body does not function normally, your mind looses control […]

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Forging the 6 Ji Hands

Forging the 6 Ji Hands

June 21, 2019 | By | Add a Comment

  Kyusho Hack #2 The second Kyusho Hack to faster Kyusho skill attainment is in understanding the “Tools”of the trade. We understand that the first Kyusho Hack was that Kyusho is not “Pressure Points” and once past that model and working with the correct anatomical “Targets”, you will understand it faster. However even understanding the […]

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Old Fist

Old Fist

May 31, 2019 | By | Add a Comment

    Better for Kyusho Documented as far back as 1935, Gichen Funakoshi (Founder of Shotokan), detailed in his book “Karate-Do Kyohan” how to make a proper Old Fist (before regulation and sportification) changed it into the New Fist used in modern Karate-Do. The new fist muted the power and destructive potentials of the Old […]

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Mimi Explained

Mimi Explained

May 17, 2019 | By | Add a Comment

    From Hohan Sokens notes Vital Points of Jyodan (Upper Row) and Spots to be attacked Mimi (Ear):  Fainting – Attack by Isshiken (Phoenix Eye Fist), Uraken (Back Fist) and Dagger. Affects:  Fainting -Because of nervous disorder caused by severe concussion to eardrums Yes blowing out someones eardrum can cause many problems including unconsciousness, […]

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Radial vs Ulna Nerves

Radial vs Ulna Nerves

May 3, 2019 | By | Add a Comment

  What’s the difference? An Arm nerve is an arm nerve right, there is no difference… well there is a big difference, it is called affect. First we must get into real anatomic structures like nerves, vascular tissue, muscles bones and tendon to better understand the why’s. Why something affects our arm and why another […]

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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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