Discussion in 'Russian Martial Arts' started by rews, Jun 10, 2018.
Friends, maybe you will be interested in some of these exercises:
Welcome to MartialTalk, Rews.
Thank you. Pleased to meet you. I believe that single combat unites people, regardless of the type of martial arts and the country in which they live.
Greetings, you, friends! Here is another surface where you can work with the internal balance.
Although explanations occur in a foreign language for you, but the essence of what is happening can be understood
Friends, on your forum there are guys studying all sorts of "Systems" ?
My student performs self-insurance. Again, a hard surface.
Yes, there's a broad range of arts studied.
Hello ! About the "Sisem" that you mention you can learn more? Who is the instructor, maybe there is a link to the video?
Did for a few months. At that time, it was the Ryabko/Vasiliev ‘style’.
I found it half good, half not so good. Drop out due to job and the not so good half.
Vasiliev, although a student of Ryabko, is closer to the Kadochnikov System. Ryabko is more of a business project than martial art. It's my opinion.
I did those exact exercises for many years, and on hard surfaces of course. That made me smile.
This man has several master's degrees in Japanese arts. I taught him for two years the Kadochnikov System.
Work on tactile sensations, almost Wing-chun
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