Alarm Points in Kyusho Jitsu, what do they actually do?

There are many different ways to teach Kyusho Jitsu. I have seen ads for some who say they teach it without the references to Chinese medicine or acupuncture.  Yeah that can be done, but the results will be very different then the way I do it.

The old timers called that “Nerve Strikes.”

Here is a comparison. You go into a gym because you wish to become a body builder. You can go train hard with weights, and you will certainly get a result. But in these cases you go, train, listen to music on your phone and break to talk with people etc.

Or you can do it like a real body builder does, the discipline, the study of the body, the diet, and pushing to entirely new levels. A mental and physical game. The result is light years apart!

Real Kyusho Study is like this.

Alarm Points are an aspect of advanced Kyusho Jitsu Study. I still learn new things about them every time I train, or teach about them. They are the game changer.

There are 3 different sets of Alarm Points on the body. They are as follows:

  • Alarm Points – Located on the front of the body
  • Associated Alarm Points – Located on the back of the body
  • Special Alarm Points – Varying locations on the body

The “standard” or front alarm point when struck properly have a direct affect on the organ associated with them.  When I was a boxer I was punched once very hard in the sternum. That was a special kind of horrible.  I did not feel well for a while, there was no 10 minute recovery from that one.

The “associated” alarm points relate to the neurological aspects of the organ involved.  The ability to properly function at all. This is very advanced learning.

The “special” alarm points are just that, they are special and different in each occasion. Also very advanced learning.

Now I do have a video available on Alarm Point Basics if you are interested. Information can be reached from the link below.

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