In this 9th edition, Master Pantazi focuses on using Kyusho points against knife attacks through two main methods of defense that we can train: 1. Arm destruction, indicated for those who prefer working from a more defensive approach, where the main objectives are the nerves of the arm to cause dysfunction. 2. Attacks towards the source of aggression, avoiding the arm and the weapon. A simple, efficient, and devastating approach to self-defense, whatever martial style you practice.
Protecting the body from physical attack is an ancient and somewhat obscure training process that is reported to take many years to be able to accomplish. However, thanks to Kyusho, it is possible to update this type of protection in a much shorter time frame. In the Iron Shirt of Kyusho many transitions can be employed among purely physical internal processes, while each layer of protection can equally be over ridden with Kyusho Attack methodology as well. In this program, Master Pantazi teaches us to protect vital points learned in previous volumes, by using basic and advanced methods.
As we advance our study in Kyusho, we find that it goes far beyond mere squeezing or pressure on a given pressure point, it is concerned with combative skills and the realities involved. It's efficiency and adaptability enable the practitioner to delve far beyond simplistic striking, kicking or even grappling. It also takes into account the limiting factors of stress, environmental and situational imperatives prevalent in real conflict. To further explain these issues think about situations where you were packed in a bus, train or elevator so tight you were pressed into everyone. What is possible? How can you exert control or strategy in such tight confines? This is where Kyusho again excels as a valuable asset, when regular reactionary fighting or defensive action is limited. One particular aspect is the more advanced study and application of compressions and directional force to
Taught by celebrated aithor Evan Pantazi this book tecahes the practical self defense skills with pressure points. Filled with full color pages. Each of the ten points are well explained and illustrated with full color easy to follow high quality full color photos. Kyusho Jitsu techniques taught in this book are the real deal and once you try them we think you will agree they really do work and are not just theoritical.
Kyusho, literally translated as vital points, is the study of areas of the human body through which we can directly access the central nervous system, either for self-defense, for healing or for the development of intimate relationships. With this first in a series of three volumes, we have a source of new information to share with your partner, as with his arm encircling the waist of your partner or in foreplay. You learn to read the signs of arousal, increase excitement and feelings of pleasure, multiply and intensify orgasms of your partner, and much more. A journey into the deepest experience of human beings. **Age 18 and over only: Due to nudity, this DVD is only suitable for adults (people 18 years of age or over).**
In this sixth volume of the series, Master Pantazi explains the Kyusho points in detail in order to allow one to take a person down minimizing injury and controlling him quickly in situations like resisting arrest, fights, etc. If it's true that any objective studied from previous videos can bring about a takedown if correctly executed, in some cases, as in law enforcement, security agents, or medical emergency technicians, the strike is not an applicable option. On this occasion we concentrate on some concrete pressure points (head, neck, chest, legs, arms) through which we will easily achieve the takedown and the neutralization of the person only by applying pressure or friction with the fingers.
Kyusho is not based on force, speed or handling of certain weapons. What is essential to develop skills in an appropriate manner is the proper flow of energy in the nervous system of the opponent. In this volume we will look at ways to send an energy boost to the whole nervous system, to get paralyze an opponent. This information may help you understand and develop the Vital Touch is needed in Kyushoï¾ and that escapes most beginners. Not just know certain targets or the best angles to access them, but to develop such tact, which is essential. Also why the Kyusho seems easy but sometimes can be tricky, especially for beginners. Once these concepts have been learned, the opportunities and skills of practitioners of Kyusho increase.
Legendary Horseman Frank Evans, founder of the Mikmar Bit Company, designed the Mikmar Combination Bit.It is highly acclaimed worldwide for its versatility, unique design and excellent results. As the rider applies pressure to the reins, this unique design disperses pressure to the nose, mouth, chin and poll areas. Frank Evans' goal was to be able to protect a horse's mouth and at the same time get desired results. It sends a clearer signal to the horse, allowing the rider to use a softer hand.Mikmar Combination Bit with Curved Low Port MouthpieceThe Mikmar Curved Low Port Mouthpiece offers the same design as the standard mouthpiece but provides tongue relief, as the mouthpiece contours around the tongue. It provides less pallet pressure.The bit operates through both direct action and leverage, with the addition of nose pressure, when desired.It is to be used with a leather curb strap or curb chain, and can be used with or without a Cavesson. There are a variety of options for rein configurations. When attaching a single rein to the nose rope, and the rider applies pressure (pulls) on the reins, it sends a signal simultaneously to the nose, mouth (bars and tongue), chin and poll, instead of to just one focused area. The horse receives pressure to the nose rope and curb strap, through the cheek pieces, just ahead of the mouthpiece. The nose rope applies downward and backward pressure and the curb strap applies upward pressure. This encourages vertical flexion. The wide-mild mouthpiece immediately following, rotates slightly and slowly downward and back to apply pressure over the tongue and bars. The width of the mouthpiece gives the horse an advanced signal that there is an incoming request. The bit also incorporates a copper roller, which stimulates saliva production, and keeps a nervous or "busy- mouthed" horse pacified. It also discourages the horse from putting the tongue over the bit.Other rein configurations are attaching a single rein to the cheek pieces upper rein slot for direct pressure, similar to that of a snaffle, or to the lower rein slot for the function of a leverage bit, or to the nose rope for divided pressure.Double reins may also be used in any combination of the three rein positions. The most popular rein configuration is attaching one rein to the nose rope (for divided pressure) and one rein to the upper or lower slot on the cheek piece.
Contents: Introduction -Foreward -An acclamation of Budo -Editorial postscript -Introduction -Philosophy of Budo -Budo charter -Budo charter for young people The Japanese Martial Arts Japanese Budo -Introduction -What is Bu? -Evolution of Budo -Modern educational theories -Conclusion -The word "Bushido" From Bushido to Budo -Bugei and Budo -Autonomy and respect -Conclusion Modernization of Budo -the Teachings of Jigoro Kano -Kano Jigoro's career -Birth of Kodokan Judo -Teachings of Kano Jigoro -Conclusion Why Study Budo? -Introduction -Budo and education -Culture of Budo -Budo as a way for self-perfection -Conclusion Attraction of Budo -Budo as a medium for growth -Universal appeal of Budo -Shin-gi-tai and Ippon -Conclusion History of Budo in schools -And outline of the history of Budo in schools -Budo's position in the physical education curriculum Budo's Educational Potential
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Daniel Fletcher and Sleiman Azizi studied ninjutsu under the tutelage of the venerable Masaaki Hatsumi of the Bujinkan Dojo and in The Art of Life and Death, they pay homage to their Sensei by revealing a host of insightful discoveries. As is the tradition in Eastern disciplines, these lessons are conveyed in stories, poetry, art and proverbs. Their words of wisdom about the nature of life and death will provoke thought and perhaps break through certain obstacles in your own life that prevent you from achieving transformation. There is a Japanese proverb that admonishes a student not to step on the shadow of his teacher. In writing this book, Fletcher and Azizi discovered that no matter how hard they tried to avoid stepping on it, their teacher's shadow was always there"a reminder of his influence on their lives while at the Bujinkan Dojo. And so, while The Art of Life and Death relates
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Toshishiro Obata believes that a thorough understanding and mastery of ashisabaki (footwork) is the foundation upon which all martial arts are built. Obata demonstrates many of the essential and practical footwork patters for Shinkendo kihon waza (basic techniques), tachiuchi (sparring), and Aikido. Additional patters in suriashi (gliding) and sashiashi (double step) format are also included. Grid outlines accompany many patters to assist the student. Performing these patterns with a partner is an additional aid to mastering them. Yoko Obata assists Toshishiro Obata in demonstrating in sotai (partner) format. A bonus tameshigiri performance by Obata is also included that showcases dynamic and diverse cutting techniques, as well as tameshigiri utilizing the two-sword method.