The Biomechanics of Structure Breaking in Russian Martial Arts
Systema's first book on structure breaking.
by Paul Genge
About the Book
This is the first book of its kind. Here the biomechanics used to make Systema's takedowns, locks and throws are clearly explained and demonstrated by one of the UK's most experienced instructors.
Features & Details
- Category Sports & Adventure
Standard Portrait, 7.75×9.75 in, 20×25 cm
- Publish Date Jun 18, 2012
- Language English
- Tags bujinkan, jujitsu, bjj, aikido, karate, mma, fighting, RBSD, military, spetsnaz, systema, combat, martial, arts, Fighting, Russian, juijitsu judo, kung fu, krav maga, self defense, self defence
Paul Genge has studied martial arts since childhood. He is a 5th Dan blackbelt in Bujinkan Taijutsu, fitness / kettlebell instructor and one of the leading western instructors of Russian Systema having studied with a number of different schools in Russia, Serbia, Ukraine and Toronto, Canada. Paul is the head instructor of Combat Lab Russian Martial Arts Northwest. This is a school that prides itself in applying scientific principles and reasoning to the martial arts training process as well as the sharing of information with martial artists worldwide. For more information check out the schools website http://combatlab.russianmartialart.org.uk/