Guinness World Record Attempt

Our very own Doshu Nils Volden is going to intent to break a Guinness World Record the 5th of November 2016. The record Volden is intending to break is the most martial arts thrown in one minute. The current record today is 65 throws in 60 seconds. Volden want to break the magic 100 throws … Continue reading Guinness World Record Attempt

Doshu explains

Acudo ryu is not the same as Kyusho international, Dianxue, Dillman international or other vital points martial arts. This is an independent style. You might say that these pointing styles share some common origins and interests, but the lineage and focus is different. Acudo ryu were developed in China unde a strong influence of Shaolin … Continue reading Doshu explains

Seminario de puntos vitales

Este será un Maratón de Puntos Vitales, 65 horas de seminario en una semana, saturado de conocimientos sobre cómo utilizar los Puntos Vitales en las Artes Marciales. Aprenderás todos los puntos de acupuntura utilizados en las artes marciales, cómo manipularlos para generar un máximo poder en tus técnicas. Además de los 365 Puntos Vitales, conocerás … Continue reading Seminario de puntos vitales

The Vital Point Camp 2016

Hereby you are invited to join the Vital Point Camp. What:                   65 hours Vital point Marathon in 1 Week! Focus areas:        Vital points in Martial arts Where:                Tlalpan, DF, Mexico City When:                  Easter 2016: 22.03.2016 – 27.03.2016 Whom:                All persons interested in Martial arts INFORMATION: nils@volden.mx … Continue reading The Vital Point Camp 2016

The sequence of TMM movements

The Twelve TMMs  Written by Doshu Nils Volden. 8. Dan Acudo ryu The sequence of TMM movements Let us start with the basic position and work from there to make everything easier to understand. Notice the change of hand and the change of feet is independent in the change between sets (set 1, set 2 … Continue reading The sequence of TMM movements

TMM coordination pairs

The Twelve TMMs  Written by Doshu Nils Volden. 8. Dan Acudo ryu The normal coordination pairs:   Set 1: Hand: Lung TMM – Large intestine TMM Foot: Stomach TMM - Spleen TMM   Set 2: Hand: Heart TMM – Small intestine TMM Foot: Urinary bladder TMM – Kidney TMM FOTO POSISJON SET 2 Set 3: … Continue reading TMM coordination pairs

TMM Coordination

The Twelve TMMs  Written by Doshu Nils Volden. 8. Dan Acudo ryu Upper and lower coordination We find that the TMM of the hand and feet have a way to interconnect. On the hands we have right hand and left hand are interconnected as for example lung TMM movement on right side and a large … Continue reading TMM Coordination

The Three Foot positions – TMM

The Twelve TMMs  Written by Doshu Nils Volden. 8. Dan Acudo ryu The pairs of the feet Our TMM of our feet are grouped in Yin and Yang. It is always a Yin TMM together with a Yang TMM. The pairs are like mentioned before. The use of this pairs follows the same concept as … Continue reading The Three Foot positions – TMM

The Three Hand positions – TMM

The Twelve TMMs  Written by Doshu Nils Volden. 8. Dan Acudo ryu The pairs of the hand Our TMM of the hands are grouped in Yin and Yang. It is always a Yin TMM together with a Yang TMM. A Yang will normally be together with a Yin. The pairs are like mentioned before in … Continue reading The Three Hand positions – TMM

The third pair: Liver TMM (Yin) and Gall bladder TMM (Yang)

The Twelve TMMs  Written by Doshu Nils Volden. 8. Dan Acudo ryu The third pair: Liver TMM (Yin) and Gall bladder TMM (Yang) Liver TMM Liver TMM is also called the muscular region of Foot Jue Yin. Trajectory: This muscular meridian starts on the big toe run centripetal to the internal malleolus. From there it … Continue reading The third pair: Liver TMM (Yin) and Gall bladder TMM (Yang)

The second pair: Kidney TMM (Yin) and Urinary bladder TMM (Yang)

The Twelve TMMs  Written by Doshu Nils Volden. 8. Dan Acudo ryu The second pair: Kidney TMM (Yin) and Urinary bladder TMM (Yang) Kidney TMM Kidney TMM is also called the muscular region of Foot Shao Yin. Trajectory: This muscular meridian starts under the little toe (together with Foot Tai yin) run centripetal to the … Continue reading The second pair: Kidney TMM (Yin) and Urinary bladder TMM (Yang)

The First pair: Spleen TMM (Yin) and Stomach TMM (Yang)

The Twelve TMMs  Written by Doshu Nils Volden. 8. Dan Acudo ryu FEET The First pair: Spleen TMM (Yin) and Stomach TMM (Yang)   Spleen TMM Spleen TMM is also called the muscular region of Foot Tai Yin. Trajectory: This muscular meridian starts on the big toe and run centripetal to the internal malleolus. From … Continue reading The First pair: Spleen TMM (Yin) and Stomach TMM (Yang)

The Third pair: Heart TMM (Yin) and Small intestine TMM (Yang)

The Twelve TMMs  Written by Doshu Nils Volden. 8. Dan Acudo ryu ARM The Third pair: Heart TMM (Yin) and Small intestine TMM (Yang) Heart TMM Heart TMM is also called the muscular region of Hand Shao Yin. Trajectory: This muscular meridian starts on the little finger run centripetal to the wrist. From there it … Continue reading The Third pair: Heart TMM (Yin) and Small intestine TMM (Yang)

The Second pair is Pericardium TMM (Yin) and San Jiao TMM (Yang)

The Twelve TMMs  Written by Doshu Nils Volden. 8. Dan Acudo ryu ARM The Second pair is Pericardium TMM (Yin) and San Jiao TMM (Yang) Pericardium TMM Pericardium TMM is also called the muscular region of Hand Jue Yin. Trajectory: This muscular meridian starts on the middle finger runs centripetal to the wrist. From there … Continue reading The Second pair is Pericardium TMM (Yin) and San Jiao TMM (Yang)

The First pair is Lung TMM (Yin) and Large intestine TMM (Yang)

The Twelve TMMs  Written by Doshu Nils Volden. 8. Dan Acudo ryu ARM The First pair is Lung TMM (Yin) and Large intestine TMM (Yang) Lung TMM Lung TMM is also called the muscular region of Hand Tai Yin. Trajectory: This muscular meridian starts on the thumb and goes centripetal to the wrist. From there … Continue reading The First pair is Lung TMM (Yin) and Large intestine TMM (Yang)

The Origin of the twelve optimal stances

Written by Doshu Nils Volden. 8. Dan Acudo ryu  The complete article in PDF         One of the main focuses within Martial arts is the Stances. Only when the position of the arms and feet are in harmony you will find maximum speed, force and effect. A stance is the way the … Continue reading The Origin of the twelve optimal stances

ABC to shooters

An article originally published on Street acudo: https://streetacudo.wordpress.com/shooter-and-terror-special/ This week unfortunately this article become important again. Prepare! Shooter special By Doshu Nils Volden       Tactics and Special operations As you might have noticed recent years with the terror attacks in Paris against the newspaper Charlie Hebdo, København in Denmark, Utøya in Norway, at … Continue reading ABC to shooters

Two new Senpai´s in Acudo ryu

From left, GM Ruiz, Doshu Volden and GM Anaya It is an honor for us to tell that the World Acudo Association have named two excellent martial arts instructors as Senpai (https://acudo.org/acudo-ryu-titles/) in February this year. This two persons is not only practitioners of Acudo ryu but also reknown grand masters in two different martial … Continue reading Two new Senpai´s in Acudo ryu

35 years anniversary of the Dux Ryu

To really mark the 35 years anniversary of the Dux Ryu systems, NTSA with Soke-dai ni Profesor Francisco Díaz García (Mexico) arranged a World Congress in Dux Ryu in Mexico city the 22rd to 29th of March 2015. Everyday it were held 18 clinics a day every one with the duration of 3 hours. The … Continue reading 35 years anniversary of the Dux Ryu

ABC about Dimmak in Matial arts

This article was published in "Dux ryu Magazine" in 2014   The legend says that though hitting a specific point, an opponent might die weeks after; this is called Dimmak – Death touch or Poison hand. It exist multiple ancient stories about people being killed without being touched or barely touched. The concept of Dimmak … Continue reading ABC about Dimmak in Matial arts

Doshu Nils Volden

This year our founder GM Nils Volden took the title "Doshu" (In Chinese: 道主) with the blessing of the World Acudo Association (WAA). On all official documents he will from now on be named Doshu. He hold a 8. dan in Acudo ryu from July 2014. Doshu Volden still uses the title "Grand master in … Continue reading Doshu Nils Volden