The foundation of Systema is movement, relaxation, breathing and structure. Here you will find resources that will help you better understand these principles.
Low level Acrobatics/ ground movement
three dimensional movement- Kevin Secours
Ground work videos-
Systema Short-work. This is a way of describing short striking, the strikes are delivered with any part of the body and are used to; overload the opponents nervous system, break structure, confuse the opponent and create windows/moments in order to finish a fight.
Study of Anatomy- https://www.youtube.com/user/gekiryudojo.
Systema Soft Work. This work is most akin to Aikido or tai chi in that we use softness and a lot of structure breaking. It is an intense study in self (breath, posture, movement, and relaxation) and biomechanics of your opponents.
Systema Instructors from around the world!
Mikhail Ryabko systema master, head of Systema international.
Konstantin Komarov systema master.
Kevin Secours a good introduction to martial artist, does a combined style with Ju Jitsu that is easier to understand for Americans.
Thong Nguyen-KaizenTao a good introduction to martial artist, does a combined style with Wing Chun and Aikido.
Dragisa Jocic a good introduction to martial artist, he is also an Aikido master with great soft work.
Other great masters!
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Referance videos for systema contact and control.