This video course is for those, whoâd like to take an extra step and go deeper in mastering his/her hand to hand combat skills. From three days of instructorâs seminar, we created a video course that contains combat exercises that you wonât find in any other DVDs. This video course is a unique combination of various aspects of Russian Spetsnaz training.
â¢ Learn the major differences between the Russian Spetsnaz style and other martial arts: what should you focus on, and how to avoid common mistakes to make your training more effective.
â¢ Safe falling techniques: how to fall and roll on a concrete without hurting yourself.
â¢ Development of flexibility: to better perceive your body and work with weapons (knife and gun)
â¢ Combat with multiple opponents in a limited space
â¢ Powerful strikes: triple strikes, cross principle, âbear pawâ strikes, penetrating strikes
â¢ Development of the inner energy & intuition: the âbridgeâ exercise
â¢ Grabs, chokes and holds releases: the âbookâ technique and knuckle strikes
â¢ Testing knowledge in real situation: self-defense against an angry dog and biting techniques
Andâ¦ a good sense of humor played a big part in this training. Bring your practice to a higher level and have a lot of fun during the process!
Running Time: 2 hours 2 minutes.
Systema Spetsnaz, the combat of Russian Special Forces, is based on the natural flow of the energy and efficiency of motion within space and time. Techniques are simple and practical, allowing students to learn and advance at their own pace.
The roots ofÂ Russian SpetsnazÂ (Russian Martial Art)Â date to the 10th century, developed by Cossacks, Russian Warriors. Traditional training methods are utilized with modern concepts of combat.Â Russian Spetsnaz Training is based on scientific approach and is adaptable for bodyguards, police, security or civilian self-defense training.
Vadim StarovÂ is the president and Chief Instructor of the International training center Systema Spetsnaz Russian Style Hand to Hand Combat. Starov Vadim was born in Russia, in the family of military tradition. His father was an officer of the Russian Army.