Now that is a pretty broad statement I am making, but it is a truth none the less. As time has been going on, more and more martial artists are seeing the benefits of adding Kyusho Jitsu, or the study of Pressure Points to the repertoire.
This is a good thing!
Personal protection cannot be taken lightly. And it is sad when I see so much of this “ours is better” mentality going around. There is no superior style, only superior artists. I think more and more people are waking up to this.
Pressure Point knowledge added to whatever style you are doing is beyond value. You don’t need to change anything. It does not change what you are doing, just how you are seeing it, and which tools are used in which situation.
It is like an auto mechanic. If you need to take the heads off a motor you don’t do with with a Phillips screwdriver. This is what Kyusho will teach you. What tool, where to use it, why to use it and when to use it.
Pretty basic eh?
Now I am currently working the pressure point knowledge in a different direction. As martial artists most of what we learn is very heavy, often excessive. We can do a lot of damage when we strike or manipulate an attacker.
And this is often very necessary. But there also needs to be balance. That is why I am working on a new eBook, called Humane Kyusho Jitsu. If you want more information, follow the link below!