Question of the week, how good a student are you? Serious?
Most people who will take up the study of Kyusho Jitsu are adult martial artist who have been out of school on an average 15 years. The dropout rate for the average Kyusho Jitsu student is about 70%.
Many will end up taking the novice classes 2 times before they feel like they have learned and committed to memory what they must know.
Why is that?
We forget how to be a student. Now some of it is ego, but most of it is we have forgotten how to be a good student. In my distance learning course I lay out all the materials you need to get a Black Belt in Kyusho Jitsu. It is all there in one BIG download. I place no time restriction on doing it, but I suggest at least 6 months of study and preparation for the exam.
But what is the key to success? Watch the video, read the materials, BUT TAKE NOTES.
Not on your laptop, get a notepad and do them by hand. Read them, rewrite them, organize them, and review them.
Re read the materials provided. The workbooks are set out for you to have great success with them. But take notes from them. Print them and add a note section.
Watch the video’s several times and do the same. Then the information will stick in your head.
And of course get a partner and practice. But for the average martial artist the physical training part does not need to be pushed. However in the novice course it is mostly theories. And you need to trace the meridians on someone’s body to know verbatim where they are.
If you are in our FREE Kyusho Jitsu Mini Course you should also be taking notes. Otherwise your retention will be very low, and your application even lower!
They tell me my knowledge and application of Kyusho Jitsu is clinical, like a surgeon. Guess what? I am giving you my study methods.
This journey is well worth the effort my friends!