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Good and Bad

Good and Bad

June 20, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

Kyusho Training is good and bad. I know you are anxious to know what’s bad about Kyusho and personally I see nothing wrong, however it is a matter of perspective. First the good: Efficient – no strength, speed or endurance is needed, just good timing making it simple and therefore efficient Effective – you choose […]

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Brainwave Study

Brainwave Study

June 13, 2013 | By | 5 Comments

    Kyusho Brainwave Study Initiated in 2002, we sought to measure the affects of Kyusho on the working of the brain. Originally the goal was to validate that the “No Touch” KO was real, not simply hypnosis and how it actually affected the recipient, but in the process we discovered so much more. Stated: […]

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Value

Value

June 10, 2013 | By | 3 Comments

  ST-38, 38 & 40: Few Kyusho practitioners work with these two points as they focus on more popular targets. It is possible that they do not illustrate more dramatic leg motion and as such disregarded by instructors concerned with Kyusho’s appearance over functionality and even practicality in many cases. But as one progresses in […]

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Kin Ken

Kin Ken

June 6, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

Kin Ken – GoldenFist Kin Ken is known to most as a Kata handed down by the late Daniel K. Pai, but it is far more than that when you research it’s potentials. Here is an example KO from long ago out of the Kin Ken, as we were requested to develop as many unique […]

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Three Pillars

Three Pillars

June 3, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

    The three pillars of Kyusho are a universal law of nature. Learn (your Education) we all start at the same place and found a hidden truth. We researched and expend great efforts we can t learn and understand this truth. We then need to filter the input down to the most efficient and supportive […]

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Step it up

Step it up

May 29, 2013 | By | 4 Comments

New and more advanced Kyusho training program brings the harder fighting aspects to Kyusho. This program was originally used privately for Kyusho instructors, to insure they could use Kyusho realistically as well as dispel the comments by non practitioners, that we only hit standing targets.  Now we move to advance the art into the era […]

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Lesson

Lesson

May 28, 2013 | By | 4 Comments

    What is your training like? (click on picture for video clip) Do you train Kyusho by technique? Do you memorize charts and TCM? Do you take written or oral exams to prove your memorization skills? Well for years Kyusho International has been training people far better and faster than any other Kyusho program […]

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Warning:

Warning:

May 21, 2013 | By | Add a Comment

    Warning: The biggest mistake most Kyusho instructors make is bringing Kyusho into their school curriculum. Yes when an instructor first gets involved in Kyusho there are very real and common steps they go through. Excitement: they find the secret they all knew was there, what they searched for, what the heard of in […]

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Convention

Convention

May 18, 2013 | By | 3 Comments

    November 1, 2 & 3, 2013 Weimar, Germany   The 13th annual International Kyusho Convention: The International Kyusho Convention 2013 is this year in historic Weimar Germany. It is the biggest Kyusho Event of  each year. It is open to every style and organisation. You learn the art of Kyusho from Masters and Instructors […]

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Energy

Energy

May 17, 2013 | By | 4 Comments

  Access Film – Click Here   The Vital Point to internal energy is first to realize what it is, it is not mythical or magical, it is a biological and universal reality. Another reality is that with so many energy development programs to choose from, where does one even start?  There is Yoga, Chi […]

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