Yesterday I was watching some video from Kyusho teacher Grand Master Steve Stewart. Even after all these years he blows my mind. It is all so easy and natural for him. Mastering the Pressure Point Art and Science of Kyusho Jitsu does take some time and effort. But if you are someone dedicated to you martial arts training, you can certainly do it too!
One of the big secrets to it all is making sure you keep good study habits. Taking notes, reading them over, continuing to pursue your education no matter how many years you have been training. I know after all these years I still have so much to learn!
There are also things you need to do while doing the physical training also. Many martial artist make a critical mistake. Before they begin their Kyusho training they train VERY hard in their traditional style, then immediately begin working Kyusho and things don’t go very well. Kyusho is best done when you are not tired and you MUST be well hydrated!
As you know when you workout intensely you body loses a lot of water, and therefor the nervous system, and thus the Chi system goes down to a lower level. Anytime I have done knockouts for demonstration be they neurological or no touch I am always drinking lots of water before hand!
Keep training everyone! I am always here to answer any questions you may have. I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lets really spread the word and teaching of Kyusho from city to city and country to country!
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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