How To Communicate In A Fight

From times immemorial, animals and people used different types of signals providing information transmission (communication) within the group. Along with a verbal way to communicate, man learned to carry it through… To increase the reliability of information transmission, it was repeatedly modified, duplicated and transmitted in different ways, and it was interpreted by coding (disguise)…

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Learning Ability And Its Meaning In The Hand-to-hand Combat

It is known that the starting period of forming of perceptive actions is a person’s second-third year of life, and generally it is improved till 12 years. The constructive-playing activity of a child is conductive during this period. It is evident that for the proper formation of a soldier’s psychomotor system a special organization for…

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The Main Secret Of Disarmament

Mass enthusiasm for combat sports has led to the situation where even in self-defense systems people divide a fight with a weapon from a fight without a weapon. But the most interesting fact is that according to public opinion, a fight with a weapon needs a completely different set of skills and training than a…

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A 6-Minute Training Session, Which Can Substitute For A 1-Hour Workout In The Gym

Watching this master class video, you’ll learn an all-purpose exercise, which can substitute for a whole workout session if you don’t have much time or energy to spare. But the main value of this exercise is something else. If you spend just 20-30 minutes to master it the way that’s shown in this master class…

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Hand-To-Hand Combat: What Makes The Difference Between Professionals and Amateurs?

Author: S.Vlasov Excerpt from the book “Green ghosts. The Kadochnikov group of 1984” Alexey Alexeevich Kadochnikov individual technique of hand-to-hand fighting is really impressive. When I was near him during trainings, I was all eyes watching his work. He behaved freely and openly shifting his feet softly, crouching a little bit and bending his body;…

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How To Move During A Fight

Author: S.Vlasov Excerpt from the book “Green ghosts. The Kadochnikov group of 1984” The efficiency of a fighter’s actions and group in general largely depends on moving skills which should be proper according to the conditions and circumstances. Because moving is one of the elements of the multipurpose solution of combat mission. The base is…

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Breaking Of Internal Psychological Barriers

Author: S.Vlasov Excerpt from the book “Green ghosts. The Kadochnikov group of 1984” Training is good when its results are shown in action and only then, in a real situation, occurs the breaking of internal psychological barriers, conventions disappear, and there comes irreversible changes in an ethical, moral and mental state of the fighter. It…

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Planning Of A Combat Operation

The planning of a combat operation is a complex creative process. The point is in the accurate formulation of the combat task (that can be multistage, modular, branched) and (legitimate) instructions about means of its solving which are presented in the form of necessary consistent actions. Very often the plan is formalized in a legally…

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Science Of Survival

Currently, due to certain features of human perception (development of adaptive network connections in artificial forms of life), trend in the absolute dependence of these forms becomes more obvious, as a result, a man that is cut off from the achievements of modern civilization, becomes helpless, defenseless and not viable.

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Part 3. Combat Algorithms of Effective Self-Defense

This is Part 1 of a 3-part series that will reveal a simple secret of what you should do in order to win…to protect yourself from any attack regardless of the force of an attacker, their agression or level of training Part 1 – Why We Are Not Sportsmen or 7 Main Distinctions of the Kadochnikov System From…

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