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In This suprising DVD, Master Evan Pantazi - 7th Dan and student of the well known professor George A. Dillman - presents Kyusho Jitsu to us in a demostrative and educational way. Kyusho Jitsu is a system in which the opponent is weakened through the weakest anatomical structures in the body, but without causing him any type of physical lesion. Under his guidance we analyze starting point for the correct understanding of the Kyusho. A work that is certainly worth the pain you have to suffer, because the fantastic thing is that these techniques can be transmitted to others and learned.
The Wing Chun is a concise and direct Style that includes the same principles that the study of Kyusho by its saving of energy and its precision. Although Kyusho without no previous martial experience can be learned, you will need an effective system and adaptable of blows, kicks and techniques of it takes hold to use it. With that aim Evan Pantazi it initiates a new series of DVD´s, concentrating in this first work in the form Siu Lim Tao, that perfectly operates the devastating and predictable effects of the Kyusho. A source of possibilities that will allow the medical instructor to increase to their abilities and capacities using the anatomical points of Kyusho.
From the clinch position to takedowns and controls to submissions, all the components of Grappling are ideal for the application of Kyusho. In this 7th volume in the series and continuing with the progression, Master Evan Pantazi concentrates on Grappling and the controls to apply in ground work. It doesn't matter in what situation you have the adversary, or what is worse, in what situation they have you, the equalizing force is good knowledge and training of Kyusho, capable of provoking a reaction that allows us to keep the adversary on the defensive and place ourselves in a position of advantage or submission. Chapters: 1: Intro2: Bottom mount position3: Top mount position4: Arm bar5: Counter arm bar6: Counter rear choke7: Ankle locks8: Face & rear chokes9: Head locks10: Arm techniques11: Free applications
Evan Pantazi, one of the maximun worldwide authorities in Kyusho Jitsu, presents us with a new project that is very pedagogical and of great technical precision. It is a true study of the human body, centered this time on the pressure points on the arms. It teaches a series of exercises focused on the destruction of fist attacks, leaving the adversary´s arms useless in order to get an advantage and even win the fight.
Evan Pantazi, 7th degree in Kyusho Jitsu and one of the maximum worldwide exponents of this surprising Art, presents us with the third video of this collection, dealing with the the presure points of the head. It is an indispensable video to know where an how to strike, without a doubt one of the fundamental aspects for any Martial Arts or Contact Sports.
In this 4th volume, Master Pantazi focuses his study on the pressure points on the torso, an intricate combination of bones, cartilage, tendons, muscles, fatty tissue, and skin that offers us adaptability and protection. You'll learn the location, the angles and the methods to get around these layers and have an effect on, not only the related nerves, but also on the very organ itself through the use of the knuckles, the ends of the fingers, the bones of the wrist or certain parts of the foot. All of that facing Ukes of distinct body types and completed with drills, exercises in movement to improve the execution of the techniques from situations of grips or fist attacks. The knowledge of these techniques will mean that, no matter what your martial art is, strength will cease to be the key factor.
Master Pantazi shows us on this occasion a special video, purely focused on personal defense, by selecting the 10 Kyusho points which are more common and effective in the human body. Depending on the type of aggression, the hold or the blow, Pantazi shows us a couple of applications for each point using rapid techniques, with one or two simple movements that will allow to face successfully such situations, both for men and women. Likewise, the use of these pressure points takes into account the legal aspect, by using techniques that cause no visible damage but cause enough dysfunction and pain to stop the aggressor and allow us to escape. A real practical manual which is complemented by a book, that analyzes all the details and that will allow even the uninitiated to develop their defense skills.
On many occasions, the viewer or the inexperienced student of Kyusho only sees the superficial technique and not the deep impact that this will cause in any art that is practiced. However, a further exploration will lead us to broader levels of opportunities with Kyusho points. In this new work, starting from the Gock Ng Sing, the five blocking movements which are especially performed in the wooden dummy training, Master Pantazi explains the application of these groups of combinations and their effects on vital points in the most diverse situations and scenarios. Techniques which adapt to different offensive options, such as simple and multiple arm attacks, kick attacks, tackling and even Tuite (joint manipulation), the possibilities are endless. A rich study material for all those who practice defense and attack arts, whatever their origin, style or nomenclature.
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.
In this 5th volume, Master Pantazi shows us how the legs, more difficult to protect and less trained in defensive ability, are an excellent objective that gives an immediate advantage to the Kyusho practitioner. By way of attacking the kicks of the adversary, we will cause pain, dysfunction, and we will limit his offensive capacity significantly. Another advantage of these points is their efficiency in ground fighting situations, given that here the legs have a much more important role. The addition of these devastating techniques to our arsenal will improve our fighting methods no matter what style we practice since they are universal.
In this DVD Master Pantazi focuses on the traditional 6 Ji hands of the Bubishi, a treasure among the oldest classic martial arts texts, and its application to specific techniques on vital points. These hand weapons were ideal for attacking the Blood systems of the body causing not only immediate incapacitation, but over time internal bleeding lead to delayed fatal consequence. However as intriguing as these unique hand positions and their affects are, they are not a plausible or even practicable method in modern times.There is hope though, as these Ji Hands can be and are perfect delivery systems for the more modern adaption of Kyusho (Vital Point) applications. By attacking these structures, more immediate incapacitation is possible as it was with the ancient Dim Mak method, but with no ill or damaging effects per say. These secrets have revealed themselves over decades of research and hands on training utilizing Kyusho to incapacitate and the refinement of the attacking methods. It has brought us full circle to again embrace the ancient ways so that it is not lost to time or by the rule of man.
In this 8th DVD in the series of Master Pantazi, he shows us the Art of Kyusho applied to the manipulation of the joints. Tui means manipulation, grappling or grip, and Te means hand. Therefore, Tuite makes reference to the Art of manipulation or destruction of the joints, integrated in the ancient Kara-te from Okinawa. If it's true that the application of these kinds of techniques are normally destructive and injurious, having recourse to Kyusho, we not only have the possibility of achieving a greater or more efficient effect, but we will be able to apply these techniques without causing injury, weakening the adversary's whole body and provoking different levels of dysfunction.
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.
This DVD is the first in a series of works by Evan Pantazi, focusing on the "other side" of Kyusho, with attention to the science of the "energy" of each student as well as their health and welfare. This is where the deep secrets of the Martial Arts are really hidden.
The old Masters knew the more focus you trained, the higher the skill level you attained. And so it is as we focus on one of the 6 Ji Hands of the Bubishi, the Iron Claw and it’s awesome potential in Kyusho. You will learn how to correctly form and use this specific hand position to cause physical pain, dysfunction and even render your opponent unconscious. This weapon is not new to most in the arts as it is one of the more common weapons. However it is not typically employed as was intended, nor is it typically taught to target Kyusho or Dim Mak in modern times. This is a very versatile weapon that originally targeted the weaker anatomical structures of nerve and blood vessels. These Kyusho and Dim Mak targets can be located and attacked using this weapon on the wrist, forearm, upper arm, neck, face, even on the leg. Learn this powerful technique handed down through the centuries as we work Kyusho “Seizing?
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 achieve varied results. What is meant by compression is not simple pressing or pressure on a vital point, but more specifically the angular pulsing action into the anatomical weakness. Some similar ideas are presented in many Martial styles, yet not with the array of targets and methods exuded in Kyusho. Compressions are possibly dangerous and damaging if you do not work them properly and I cannot stress enough not to try the technique mentioned in this article, or on the DVD, as they are powerful and potentially damaging, they were done for historical record only.
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 Kyusho? 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.
In the second level build from the first, but for this production we used a novice to better illustrate the simplicity and power of self protection with Kyusho.This level includes the same targets and weapons along with new targets and weapons geared to handling increased stress and confinement of attack or situation. This escalates the urgency, intensity and allows the participant to experience the limitations of the adrenaline rush. This poses a more difficult range of motion and timing, as well as adding a more immediate and personal attack feeling.Physical pressure Physically caught and constrained need Escalated street scenarios Restriction of normal clothing and more.“Kyusho Self Protection for WomenThe term “Self Defense has a negative connotation that from the start can yield failure for the user. The problem is that this label already portrays in the mindset that the individual is a victim of a violent act or aggression and that the practitioner should perform a defensive action. This premise of acting after the fact is why most people succumb to the aggressors’ actions and never fully recover from the initial attack or fear inducing situation.The Woman must not become defensive; she must be aware of her situation and not dismiss or ignore possible threat. She must become proactive and gain the initiative and momentum while forcing confusion in the attackers’ mindset to have a possibility of advantage.Kyusho Self Protection is a vital training process that deals in the realities of an attack.It is simple yet powerful training process that enables the smaller, weaker, slower or older less aggressive individual a chance against the larger, stronger, more aggressive and potentially crazy attacker.By using the weaker anatomical targets of the body in conjunction with your own natural body actions and tendencies you can easily protect yourself or others, even under the stress and physical limitations when your adrenaline kicks in. And by working in a stepped and progressive manner with your own gross motor skills (instead of someone else’s techniques), your chances victory are eminent. English, Spanish, Italian, French
Vital spot in Taekwon-Do is defined as any sensitive or breakable area on the body vulnerable to an attack. It is essential that the student of Taekwon-Do has a knowledge of the different spots so that he can use the proper attacking or blocking tool. Indiscriminate attack is to be condemned as it is inefficient and wasteful of energy". - General Choi Hong Hi, ENCYCLOPEDIA OF TAEKWON-DO, Volume II, page 88. Taekwon-Do is one of the largest and most professional martial arts in the world today, (founded on April 11, 1955, by General Choi Hong Hi), and continues to flourish even after the passing of its founder in June of 2002. Over time the sporting factors took precedence and much was either ignored or discarded in the area of the original self-protection methods. In the original writings of General Choi much of the focus, structure and even the use of the vital points "Kupso" (?? or Kyusho), as well as the weapon development to access them, was outlined but never fully taught. Kyusho International has developed a program to enlighten, educate, integrate and develop this incredible Martial Art back to it's founders concepts. This new program has the full support of the founders surviving son Choi Jung Hwa. The focus of this series is to investigate the Patterns (teul), which are performed in accordance with the founders precepts in "The Encyclopedia of Taekwon-Do" (an astounding 15 volumes written by General Choi Hong Hi, including his "Vital Spots"). It is through this structure that Kyusho will be initially integrated back into Taekwon-Do. Kyusho International is proud to assist in this monumental and historic collaborative undertaking.Languages included in DVD: English, Español, Italiano, Français
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).**