Why does Pressure Point Study matter more than ever before today? What makes it critical? Let's examine this idea and see what you think.
Bruce Lee proved to the world that size does not matter. He was about 5'6" of just amazing. And since that time many greats of the woman's world of martial arts have proven this also. Women like Kathy Long. The only problem with the "opinions" the masses have on these amazing martial artists is they put too much consideration into their physical fitness levels.
And these levels cannot be maintained throughout life.
When trained properly, in a "complete" or as complete as possible a martial art system, age will not matter, size will not matter, physical fitness levels will no longer matter. However the issue is that there are very few arts taught today that are even close to what I am talking about.
And sorry to all of those who "think" high fitness levels can be maintained. You are dead wrong. And when you can no longer train that way because of age, health or injury your body will begin the process of packing on weight to protect itself. This is the reason many great martial artist will suffer from weight issues later in life.
Martial arts training is Body Mind and Spirit.
Kyusho Jitsu is an applied intellectual study of the working of the nervous system of the human body.
The masters of old kept a lot of their knowledge hidden from western eyes. And I do not blame them either! Things like movement in the Octagon and Pressure Points were removed from their teaching.
Were the arts taught still useful? Yes, especially when it comes to sport. However without adding the missing knowledge street defense depends far to heavily on fitness. And to my mind that makes them FAILURES. You are far more likely to be assaulted at 55 and a little overweight, than at 25 and the top of you game.
And the criminal element in society is not looking for a fight, they are looking for a target! Someone easy to handle and likely not to resist too much.
There are many uneducated people in the martial arts world today who will say pressure points don't work.
Why do I say uneducated? Because today people love to give strong negative opinions on things they know absolutely nothing about.
But this kind of egotism is the result of learning incomplete martial art system. Today many martial arts do not know the timeless "tenets" that they should. And while I am 100% in favor of free speech, and if people wish to talk in authority about things they know nothing about that is up to them. However I will call them on their bullshit.
If you have not studied in earnest with a qualified Kyusho Jitsu Master for a least a year, you do not know your ass from a hole in the ground. If you could not make a pressure point strike work, that is a FAILURE of your root art training.
These are the facts and facts do not care about your feelings.
Kyusho Jitsu training, and I mean really getting into the study can help to make you ageless. It can help turn back the hands of time.
Plus if an attacker sees you and decides you are going to be his next victim, he is in for the shock of his life.
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Grand Master Art Mason is a professional full time martial artists and Kyusho Jitsu teacher. He is available for seminars and study groups.
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