A technical book of the Russian Martial Arts Systema, which is also used by special forces. This book explains from the basics to practice of "gait = footwork", which is the key to martial arts, which is said to be "farther than the enemy and closer to me". "Why does the opponent's attack hit and my attack does not hit?" "Why do you feel like you lost just by standing in front of the teacher?" "Why can't you chase after being slow?" Not to win, survive The mystery of martial arts for the purpose becomes clear.
● Main contents
Chapter 1 A Step to Survival Ideal Position
Chapter 2 How to stand and walk for survival
Chapter 3 Where to put your foot? Forward, backward, change
Chapter 4 Basics of Positioning Move with the power of the other party
Chapter 5 Body Riding Weapons Invisible Movements and Attacks
Chapter 6 From his kick to non-contact
Interview with Michael Ryabko
"Where did Systema come from?"
"It is important to know your standing position"
● Kitagawa / Takahide
In 2008, approved by Michael Ryabko as the second Japanese certified systema instructor. He is in charge of more than 400 classes a year, mainly at cultural centers in various regions, and provides systema training to a wide range of people from security personnel to full-time housewives, infants to the elderly. He introduces Systema through television, radio and magazines, and also writes and translates Systema-related books.