Tag: pressure points

The Fog

The Fog

June 24, 2014 | By | 1 Comment

  I already know Kyusho…  Most Martial Artists today, when introduced to this information, say they already know it and their style uses pressure points.  This is mostly true as almost all styles have “Pressure Points” in them for compliance and a few even striking (Atemi – dazing the opponent for easier additional technique application). […]

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Kara Te

Kara Te

June 20, 2014 | By | 6 Comments

  Open hand or Empty Hand There are three main definitions of Kara Te, Kara to some means China, to others it means Open and still other is translates as Empty… the descriptor used gives one insight into what may be taught within that school or style. “Kara” (with stress accent on “K”) means “Empty” or (with […]

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Multiple Point Attacks

Multiple Point Attacks

June 16, 2014 | By | 2 Comments

  Paraphrased:  “One point causes pain, two cause pain to meet in the middle, three points causes a knock out, 4 stops a major organ from functioning and 5 will kill.” Poppycock!   They also say you must hit them in a specific order or formula but this is not true either! Let’s take it from […]

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Tactical Kyusho 1

Tactical Kyusho 1

June 6, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

Tactical Kyusho 1 Many people train only in the dojo or training hall in training clothes and with set technique… however this leaves them vulnerable as they do not understand the limitations of techniques, clothing, environment, weather, traffic, etc and if faced with it will be at a loss. We must work the realities in […]

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Challenge 1

Challenge 1

May 23, 2014 | By | 11 Comments

  Back at ya! On the older forums we had a very popular set of postings called challenges, were we challenged you to work with Kyusho in a focused way and all discuss the findings.  People from all experience levels and from all overthe world participated and we all learned a ton…making these discoveries and […]

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Dynamic Training

Dynamic Training

May 21, 2014 | By | 3 Comments

   Empower Yourself. This is not a Martial Arts course, it is an empowerment course for personal confidence, ability improvement and protection on many levels.  The training class that is safe, easy to learn, fun, dynamic and most of all the most efficient training course available. Evan Pantazi will be your instructor each month personally […]

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Fight or Flight

Fight or Flight

May 16, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

  Survival … under extreme conditions or situations that manifest mostly depend on the individuals ability to respond correctly.  This stress response is called “Fight or Flight” response in which either your brain or your body responds. The basics of the physiological reactions: When presented with sudden or extreme threat, two fundamental body systems work […]

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Hong Kong

Hong Kong

May 5, 2014 | By | 1 Comment

  Kyusho goes ashore in China. Daniel Obon our Certifying Instructor in Taiwan is continuing to spread Kyusho worldwide.  So far he is helping in Taiwan, Malaysia, Sinagapore, Argentina and other countries. From Daniel:  Still in HK after the first seminar conducted. It was a fantastic experience with 56 participants which I believe 14 will […]

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Seiko Fujita

Seiko Fujita

May 1, 2014 | By | 10 Comments

    Now Available ‘Nanban killing style martial arts’ the head family the Third ‘Nin-jutu koga style’ the Fourteenth His rare and incredible work on the inner secrets of the Martial Arts has finally been translated into English and truly an indispensable book for any Kyusho enthusiast or Dim Mak proponent. “The secret of martial arts,the manual of ‘”Atemi” killing […]

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Dim Mak vs. Kyusho

Dim Mak vs. Kyusho

May 1, 2014 | By | 12 Comments

  Dim Mak / Dian Xue: 點穴 (Death Touch or Delayed Death Touch) Kyusho: 急所 (Vital Point) Although it appears they may be the same (most people working with either named classification claim this), as they both attack vital areas, they are very different… in their modern adaptions.  In fact modern Kyusho is very far […]

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