Tag: KI

Nai Hanch Elbow

Nai Hanch Elbow

August 26, 2016 | By | Add a Comment

  Nai Han Chi, Nai Fuan Chin, Tekki, Neh Bo Jin, etc. When we look at a Kata, we tend to observe and accentuate the obvious action of that move.  However in the true spirit of yin and yang, we must as serious Martial Artists look at every detail of the action as they reveal more […]

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Kyusho-Kali Volume 2

Kyusho-Kali Volume 2

August 22, 2016 | By | Add a Comment

    Kyusho Kali Volume 2 Head Targets Kali is a very versatile and old system of fighting that includes empty hand as well as weapon training methods. It is a devastating Art unto itself, but when you add the Kyusho you become even more efficient, effective and advanced in disabling an opponent. Kali has […]

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Natural Laws

Natural Laws

August 19, 2016 | By | Add a Comment

  Even in Kyusho There is a method called inverse probability to make forecasts about events arising in complex systems of all types.  Inverse probability is also known as Bayes’ theorem, based on an early 19th-century formula first discovered by Thomas Bayes. The formula looks like this in its mathematical form: In plain English, this formula […]

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Kyusho-DIscussion-17

Kyusho-DIscussion-17

August 12, 2016 | By | Add a Comment

    Michel Barras   Michel Barras along with partner Linda Emery, relate their novice experiences with Kyusho, just after and still on set for the filming of the Wheelchair methods with Kyusho. There are many important Kyusho aspects discussed for any level practitioner in this brief discussion… in English and French,translated by James Germanier. For […]

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Goju Kyusho

Goju Kyusho

August 5, 2016 | By | Add a Comment

  Uechi, Goju, Kyusho Connection Well it has been over 2 decades of research and development with Kyusho in Pangainoon (Known better as Naha Style; Uechi Ryu), the name translates as Half Hard, Half Soft. The work on this ongoing project and admitted passion or addiction, has not only yielded a far better developed skill […]

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Seisan Tiger in Crane

Seisan Tiger in Crane

July 29, 2016 | By | 7 Comments

  Emerging Tiger Pangainoon (later called by some groups as Uechi Ryu), is a Chinese based style that is the blend of three animals; Tiger, Crane and Dragon. Tiger represents strength and relentless devastation upon the opponent at close range. Crane represents balanced action with precision attack at long range. Dragon represents the heavens or the ability […]

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The Clinch

The Clinch

July 22, 2016 | By | Add a Comment

  Tie them up It is a natural process in a fight in the ring, but more prevalent on the streets. Lets face it, no one wants a punch in the head… as a person begins any fight there is a flurry of head shots that first appear from both sides.  The natural reaction is […]

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Finger Tip KO

Finger Tip KO

July 15, 2016 | By | Add a Comment

  “Single Blade of Grass Hand” One of the 6 Ji hands is named the “Single Blade of Grass Hand”. The “Single Blade of Grass Hand” is a unique hand position pictured above is in many arts but unfortunately locked it the thought of the practitioner or teaching that you only strike with the finger […]

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Cramping

Cramping

July 13, 2016 | By | Add a Comment

  “Charlie Horse” Wednesdays Kyusho (Vital Point) for wellness. Charley Horse is a popular colloquial term in Canada and the United States for painful spasms or cramps in the leg muscles.  The term dates back to the 1880s and was originally a American baseball slang term.  The term was made famous by the Boston Globe, in reference to […]

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Ankle KO

Ankle KO

July 8, 2016 | By | Add a Comment

    Ankle KO Targets of the Monkey (Bubishi) part 3 of 3 Two issues ago we started a small exploration of some Kyusho Applications and how they could result in a Kyusho Knockout… on the leg.  In the first segment we covered a Kyusho KO that is possible with a single strike to the […]

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