There are many mysteries in the science of pressure point self defense. Some o them are talked about, but often times they are not really taught or explained well. The 6 Ji Energy Hands of Kyusho Jitsu is a great example of this! I have seen many video demonstrations of these 6 hands. And even some live displays. But they really don't teach it!
Until now that is!
When it comes to martial art training there are really only 3 basic tools taught. And these are taught today based on developing as much power as is possible. That is why students spend endless hours kicking and punching 100 pound plus heavy bags. This is a very common practice for "fighters" and the hard styles of martial art training. And there is nothing wrong with this. However it does not mean that it is the only way.
Are you aware that a fist conceals energy? The more tightly held the more energy that is concealed. Also MOST people do not know how to properly made a FIST! The is a mechanically correct way!
And the fist is notably the worst of all striking tools. It conceals energy and if make poorly like the example to the left can cause wrist injury. Not to mention damage to hand itself.
When you have to "condition" something to use it, you also need to ask questions as to why? Perhaps it is not the best weapon?
This why the palm strike and/or knife hand is a superior weapon. Open hand release energy!
The science of pressure point self defense also employees "striking actions" which dramatically increase the effectiveness of your strike. These are element based actions, which means the strike is actually against the element of the meridian. Therefore getting the best affect or result. If you are not familiar with these below is the breakdown.
All of the above actions also get their best result with an "open hand" as a weapon. The exception can be water, however the fist is very loose upon impact! It goes from fully open to closed on impact.
Now there is much more to learn! You will often see in the ancient Chinese arts, and let's face it the root of all martial arts is China, different open handed techniques. Often times these are based on the animal styles. And that is great! But there are 6 that stand out, and these are the 6 Ji Energy Hands of Bubishi. Now here I am using the term the 6 Ji Energy Hands of Kyusho Jitsu because we are going to be using Kyusho Jitsu applications with it!
You will find a lot of different demonstrations and information about the 6 Ji Energy Hands of Kyusho Jitsu online. So what makes what I am referring to different? I am not just going to show it and talk about it. I am going to TEACH IT!
On October 15th 2018 I released this all new video on the 6 Ji Energy Hands of Kyusho Jitsu. Plus there is something else very important about this video! This is advanced Dim Mak / Kyusho Jitsu information!
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Grand Master Art Mason
Grand Master Art Mason is a professional full time martial artists and Kyusho Jitsu teacher. He is available for seminars and study groups. He resides in Brasov Romania
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