In the previous blog titled: ‘Flow of Balance’ I explained how we flow against gravity and how we can synchronise with others. Now the question is: how can this be used in a real fight? The answer: two waves can combine to create either constructive (in phase) or destructive force (out of phase). If you move in phase with your opponent, you create constructive interference, which can be used to take his balance. By moving in phase with your opponent’s strike, his force doesn’t hit you. If you move out of phase with the opponent, it can help you to keep balance. Movement...Read more
- Principles of Systema
- Vladimir Vasiliev
- What is Systema?
- History of Systema
- Tibor’s roots
- Tibor – efficiency seeker
- TM’s Systema master Vladimir Vasiliev
- TM’s Wing Chun master Andrew Cameron
- TM’s Na Ljubky master Jegor Funtiko
- TM’s teachers
- Systema Mikhail Ryabko
- Systema Martin Wheeler
- Systema Alexander Maksimtsov
- Systema Sonny Puzikas
- Systema Valentin Talanov
- Systema Alexander Kostic
- Systema Val Riazanov
- Systema Uldis Veismanis
- Systema Kevin Secours
- Wing Chun Victor Gutierrez
- Wing Chun Sergio Iadarola
- Karate Ludovit Divinec
- Wing Tsun Prof. Dr. Keith R. Kernspecht
- Escrima Bill Newman
- Karate Leo Lipinski
- Karate Boris Horacek
- The Flow of Balance in a Fight
- Flow of balance
- Pendulum energy in human body
- Vital posture – Be like Fire
- HOW WORKS BODY AND MIND IN THE FIGHT?
- Should self-defence be aggressive?
- Why is Martial Art true Art?
- What is Short Work? Definition by Mikhail Ryabko and Vladimir Vasiliev
- Seven breathing principles (Systema)
- The centre of gravity vs the centre of buoyancy in martial arts
- DO YOU HAVE PREDATOR’S INSTINCTS?