About Systema Martial Technique
Listening to Russian martial arts, like seeing a combination of techniques of some martial arts in the world. Although it is claimed that Systema is rooted in traditional Russian martial arts, the technique is like a combination of kung fu, taichi, aikido, jujutsu, sambo, wrestling and more.
Regardless similar or not, the clear Systema is a martial art that fun to learn. The system, originally taught specifically for the Russian military and the Spetnaz special forces, is a delicate yet crippling technique.
Not only empty hand techniques but also techniques using weapons ranging from blunt weapons, sharp weapons to firearms taught in Systema. In addition to defensive techniques, Systema also teaches offensive techniques.
Interestingly also, Systema in particular the 'flow' of Mikail Ryabko and his student Vladimir Vasiliev, teaches techniques that are rarely taught and may not even be taught in other martial arts, for example:
Techniques use various objects around us to attend
Technique of attending in a small room
Technique of self-defense in the car
Technique of self-defense in water
Techniques affect the psychological attackers
Technique to cultivate the body to keep the blow
Technique uses inner power naturally and practically
Technique of facing crash up to dozens of people and other ...
Techniques like the above are necessary in everyday life, so it is very interesting to learn. This is what people need when learning martial arts, so not merely learning techniques to compete on a mat or ring.
Learning systema, according to Vasiliev unnecessary uniform, ritual, level belt, muscle forming and so forth commonly found in some other martial arts. Learning systema as well as learning practical martial arts that do not need all kinds of rules.
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