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Bunkai

Bunkai

January 25, 2019 | By | Add a Comment

Bunkai (分解) Translates as “analysis” or “interpretation”. It is a Japanese term in Martial Arts that describes the analysis of Kata as well as understanding fighting techniques from the movements that Kata. It has also long been a held tradition, that there are multiple levels of Bunkai for the various levels of practitioners in a […]

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Your Personalized Kyusho Kata

Your Personalized Kyusho Kata

December 31, 2018 | By | Add a Comment

    We Custom Build a Kyusho Program for you Here is the offer, send us a video of yourself working a Kata, form or training sequence you would like to add Kyusho to. We will build a full program of: Tools Targets Techniques Tuite (Joint manipulations) Tegumi (two man fighting drill) And we send […]

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Mental vs Facial Nerve

Mental vs Facial Nerve

December 14, 2018 | By | Add a Comment

    There is a Difference Knowing the real structure and how it works, will increase your skill exponentially. Unfortunately most Kyusho-Ka’s are stuck in the “Pressure Point” paradigm and will never reach their full potential.  It is not due to their physical abilities, but more the targets themselves. These practitioners also believe targets are […]

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Kyusho Intro Seminar

Kyusho Intro Seminar

November 30, 2018 | By | Add a Comment

    Knowing The Nerves All styles of Martial Arts can greatly be enhanced by working with the nerves as targets on the opponents. But we realize that it is a daunting task and there is so much to learn and so little time.  This should not dissuade you from gaining additional education that will […]

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Kyusho & Tegumi – New Release

Kyusho & Tegumi – New Release

November 24, 2018 | By | Add a Comment

    Free Magazine From Budo International Well Wing Chun (and all derivative styles; Ving Tsun, Etc.) doesn’t really have a name for a two man fighting – grappling drill… what they have is the Chi Sao drills, for striking, trapping and warding off, but that does not mean you can not apply it to […]

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Nukite

Nukite

November 23, 2018 | By | Add a Comment

    A Classic Pose of Kata But what does it really mean? The Thrusting Nukite (spear hand strike), seen in so many Kata from the beginner Heians to the more advanced Kata like Kusanku, has far more possibility than most Instructors teach.   The use of Kyusho again expands your instructional abilities with infinite possibility […]

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Teaching Kyusho

Teaching Kyusho

November 9, 2018 | By | Add a Comment

  We should never “Teach” Kyusho, we should practice it. – Evan Pantazi As we know Kyusho enhances any Martial Art or Style, giving you greater efficiency, power and affect.  It also gives you greater purpose and potential for your style, however it is difficult to teach.  In fact when you try to teach it […]

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As said before

As said before

July 20, 2018 | By | 1 Comment

  Way before… Many years ago, 15 – 20… I said that everyone would be teaching Kyusho at some point, yes even those that discredited it.  They should as well because people will seek Instructors that know it rather than not. Now there are many out there already working the Kyusho title, some are good,some […]

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Fascia

Fascia

June 8, 2018 | By | Add a Comment

      The fascia is where the Pressure Points lay Acupuncture points are places where the muscles and connective tissue can be stimulated. This stimulation also serves to increase blood flow, while at the same time the needling triggers the body to release endorphins, (our natural pain killers), as well as change brain activity patterns.  […]

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The Pressure Point Question

The Pressure Point Question

February 23, 2018 | By | Add a Comment

    Please Subscribe, Share and Like this Video… Thank You! How do you answer this: If “Pressure Point Theory” was really the underlying mechanism to make Kyusho work, then why don’t all the points work? I came from a Pressure Point background in healing and Kyusho, but through research have found that Kyusho is […]

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