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Evan Pantazi Kyusho Online: Articles by an Expert Evan Pantazi Kyusho Online shares Evan's website articles related to Kyusho and other martial arts topics written...

Anatomical Targeting vs Techniques

Tools, Targets or the Technique: Anatomical Targeting vs Techniques Today we can see a divergence from the more ancient practices as the mainstream martial artist values techniques...

Kyusho: Anatomical Targets in Deep Tissue

We have been talking about pressure points not really being Kyusho for the past few years as the evolution of Kyusho has progressed. No...

Immobilization Makes Pressure Point Techniques Work

In the martial arts community, those who practice kyusho-jitsu (pressure-point techniques for fighting) are often subjected to criticism. It all started when their self-defense...

Pressure Point Techniques: How Safe Are They?

A team of doctors try to find out! From the time George Dillman began to demonstrate kysho-jitsu (pressure point fighting), which he learned from Hohan...

Evan Pantazi

The Kyusho Studies of Evan Pantazi In 1980 Evan Pantazi began his health studies with Chi Gong therapy methods and he received certification as a...

Making your Martial Arts Work

You have to earn the right to land your technique! How do we earn that right? How do we put ourselves in a position...

Yin and Yang: The Significance of Gender in Karate Pressure Point...

One day George Dillman called me and said, “Weave been teaching women incorrectly!” Most martial artists will only reluctantly admit when they are wrong;...

Redundancy: The Secret to Idiot-Proofing Your Martial Art

The secret to idiot proofing your martial art lies in learning Pressure Point Techniques. Among the most important elements of the traditional martial arts are...

Martial Arts The Hidden Secrets: Pressure Points Questions #11

Pressure Points are only the size of a pen nib ~ How can you hit them for real? The point itself is only that size,...

Pressure Point Fighting in Tai Chi

In the early 80's, I wrote some articles about tai chi. After one of them, a letter to the editor from a tai chi...

Martial Arts The Hidden Secrets: Body Alarm Reaction #9

If I were to choose one aspect of Martial Arts training above all others then Body Alarm Reaction (BAR) would be it. This is...

Thanks George Dillman: Understanding Pressure Point Fighting

For some years before I met George Dillman, I had been trying to do interpretation of kata. I knew these movements must have some...

Martial Arts The Hidden Secrets – What is Smart Training? #6

To me, it is the best possible utilization of your training time. How many people in a weights gym do you see, standing around...

Martial Arts The Hidden Secrets – Train Hard and Smart #5

Over the last 10 or so years I have been very fortunate to meet some of the Worlds most gifted and talented Martial Artists....

Blocks in Martial Arts are Strikes

I recently was explaining our concepts to a man who had been training at a local martial arts school. It was almost as if...

Martial Arts The Hidden Secrets – Guessing Game #3

Over the last six or seven years that I have been teaching seminars on Pressure Points, whether it be Kata Bunkai or self Defense...

Martial Arts The Hidden Secrets – Order of Things #2

Rather than the usual layout of chapters etc within a book. I have set out to introduce you to the “secrets” of Karate in...

Redundancy in Martial Arts Techniques Makes for Success in a Fight

Back in 1997, DKI member and physician Chaz Terry helped set up a small investigatory study of pressure point techniques which was conducted at...

Dancing with Darkness: The Reality of Conflict

Let me continue a bit on the discussion of my last post: I had an interesting conversation with a member of my group (Kyusho-jitsu Kenkyukai,...