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Systema Spetsnaz DVD #9 - No Contact Psychological Combat by Vadim Starov

SKU# BN-DVD-00007

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There are many myths and arguments about no contact combat. How do you reveal, release and develop your hidden reserve abilities? What is No Contact combat? When was it discovered and where did it come from? Who can learn No Contact combat and where can you start?

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There are many myths and arguments about no contact combat. How do you reveal, release and develop your hidden reserve abilities? What is No Contact combat? When was it discovered and where did it come from? Who can learn No Contact combat and where can you start?

This DVD will provide the answers to these and many other questions, as well as present theoretical explanations and practical exercises of no contact combat. You will learn how to create psychological rapport and control an opponent’s movements, how to create and break an invisible connection with an opponent’s mind, and why a person loses his balance and becomes controllable.

No Contact combat is the highest mastery of martial arts. This film is a step on the path to learning it.

DVD Chapters:

1. The history of No Contact combat
2. Psychological training
3. Theory of No Contact combat
4. Physiological influence
5. Psychological influence
6. Working with energy (passes).

Additional Information
SKU BN-DVD-00007
Release Date Nov 22, 2013
Other Info No
Format DVD NTSC
Languages English
Length 53 min

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