Posted On:1/16/2007 3:34pm
Style: Systema SpetsNaz Russian
" Systema SpetsNaz " - Russian Hand to Hand Combat Organization
Originated and battle tested by the Russian Military
Forces, through out the history, this unique system is now taught
to the general public.
Two parts of the system were created to fit the training of the individual,
based on demand and application.
Systema "Russian Style" is suitable
for civilians - men, woman and children. It offers practical self-defense
training for everyday life.
Systema "SpetsNaz" - is suitable for security personal, police officers,
bodyguards or Federal Agents. It offers training in hand to hand combat,
firearms and other specific areas needed for survival.
The main office and training center is located in Moscow, Russia.
Founded by Vadim Starov - Capitan of Russian SpetsNaz.
The United States office and training center is located in Los Angeles, California. Oleg Spector - USA Representative and Chief Instructor - Godan (5th Dan).
Organization is open to the general public for instruction and seminars.
Posted On:4/21/2008 10:16pm
Ummmm.......no, just no.
Counter-bombed the scores because they are simply incorrect and this review is in the wrong forum so I am switching out of the Combat Sports section.
Posted On:9/28/2009 1:33am
Style: Go Ju Ryu, Jiu Jitsu
I love systema. Any good schools in NY. I work in NYC?
Posted On:2/05/2010 9:45am
Vadim Starov does not know The System. All his dancing is bullshit. Like in Moscow we tell - Вадим Старов исполняет лезгинку.
Choked out by Gene Lebell
Posted On:2/05/2010 3:16pm
Why would a "Russian" fighting system use a Japanese grading and counting system for its ranks (Godan)?
"Out of every hundred men, ten shouldn't even be there, eighty are just targets, nine are the real fighters, and we are lucky to have them, for they make the battle. Ah, but the one, one is a warrior, and he will bring the others back." -- Hericletus, circa 500 BC
Posted On:4/20/2010 11:51am
Style: Lightning Arnis
Shouldn't this be in the RBDS and Self Defense? I was looking at the description of that forum and Systema is written as one of the styles that would fall under that category.
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