KYUSHO JITSU PRESSURE-POINT TECHNIQUES PDF

This should be your first purchase This is the first information like this released techniques developed by Evan Pantazi over the course of his Kyusho career , that should be a must for EVERY Kyusho practitioner. This volume is absolutely my favorite of the 18 DVD set and begins your training with new possibilities and awareness. Includes several Knockout techniques from stationary and realistic moving attacks This is a great tool to introduce people to Kyusho! It shows the various stages of control as well as the first level of the curriculum.

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Self Defense is a complicated thing. Advanced Pressure Point Grappling. The third level deals with a situation s where a weapon has been introduced or more than one attacker is involved. These courses as about real street survival. Precise anatomical location of pressure points coupled with diagrams, and striking methods. Kyusho Self Defense Techniques The idea behind this is to present a well round course in pressure point self defense from an application based standpoint.

Violence has signs and these need to be seen, understood, and at time preemptively dealt with. Pressure points are usually addressed in dojos in one of two ways. Perfect for business persons, law technlques personnel, men, and women. Low escalation, or before the attack happens.

They are as follows. This is a new lesson every 3 days in video format sent via email. But, these patterns were not only intended to assist warriors in rehearsing their techniques, they were also designed to conceal those same techniques from the uninitiated. Click here to view sample pages! He resides in Brasov Romania. To most people it looks like a dance. T Level Tevhniques course, but this is the type of examples I will cover. Application of pressure point striking within kata or form, and how to find pressure point techniques within movements in your system.

He begins by telling Little Jay the story of how, when he was young, the class bully pushed him around too.

Learn real Kyusho Self Defense Techniques and how to use them correctly in the 3 main self defense situations or scenarios! Little Jay Learns Karate. Self defense does not go to the ground and if it does you must get up! Humane Pressure Point Tactics. The first example is a punch and a BAD responsive from my root system. On the opposite end of the spectrum are those who utilize knowledge of pressure points in a very esoteric way. At first, he wants his grandfather to teach him to fight lyusho that if Harry Hawk, the class bully, ever hurts him again Little Jay can hurt him back.

Tuite as Bunkai Appendix: This is a vital point that will make the arm numb. Dillman with Chris Thomas. This is the story of how Little Jay learned Karate. Also for the martial art student they can easily be adapted to their current style or system. TOP 10 Related.

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Self Defense is a complicated thing. Advanced Pressure Point Grappling. The third level deals with a situation s where a weapon has been introduced or more than one attacker is involved. These courses as about real street survival. Precise anatomical location of pressure points coupled with diagrams, and striking methods. Kyusho Self Defense Techniques The idea behind this is to present a well round course in pressure point self defense from an application based standpoint.

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Those days are long past, however, and the reality of knockouts resulting from usage of human pressure points has been convincingly demonstrated time and time again — most notably by Black Belt Hall of Fame member and kyusho-jitsu expert George Dillman and his students. Nowadays, two main criticisms of kyusho-jitsu persist. The first consists of dire warnings that self-defense moves using pressure-point techniques are dangerous and that those who practice them by actually knocking each other out are reckless and foolhardy. This accusation was later found to be groundless. For decades now, the once-secret art of kyusho-jitsu has been publicly taught and demonstrated. Thousands of students now practice the methods of kyusho-jitsu, and an untold number of people have been knocked out practicing its self-defense moves, some on numerous occasions.

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