EDGE: Secrets of the Russian Blade Masters

EDGE: Secrets of the Russian Blade Masters

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Dit boek is one-of-a-kind. Standaard messenboeken vertellen je: "Er is geen verdediging. Ren gewoon. "Of" Raak eerst de achterkant van de hand van je tegenstander ... "Maar wat als je in paniek raakt en je handen beven, bang wordt en bevriest, de afstand verkeerd inschat en wordt gestoken of een familielid bij je is en je niet kunt rennen. Het probleem is altijd dieper dan technieken en makkelijke slogans.<

De 3 secties in dit boek: Knife in Your Hand, At Knife Point en Signs of Danger, maken alles compleet wat nodig is om intuïtie, bewustzijn, snelle behendigheid, vloeiende ontwijkingen en een onoverwinnelijke bewegingsvrijheid te ontwikkelen.

door Vladimir Vasiliev & Scott Meredith

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Table of Contents

    • CHAPTER 1:
    • THE SUPREME TRAINING TOOL

      • CHAPTER 2
      • KNIFE CRIME: “I feel like Superman”

      • CHAPTER 3
      • ENCOUNTERS AT THE EDGE
      • “Tver was a border zone”
      • “To use a knife was considered shameful”
      • “What could I do against a knife?”
      • “My body wasn’t ready for it”
      • “Mikhail could see to that depth”
      • “Mikhail teaches movement”
      • “5,000 Cossacks”

    • CHAPTER 4
    • KNIFE IN YOUR HAND
    • Foundation: Familiarity, Dexterity, and Strength
    • “Why are you carrying it?”
    • “The shape of the knife is the shape of your psyche”
    • “5 levels of fear can be observed”
    • “The weight of the weapon should disappear”
    • “My arms draw the knife all by themselves”
    • “You draw the knife and nothing changes”
    • “Working distance is the distance that allows all options”
    • “Your draw and stab are on movement, not tow”
    • “Place the sensation of your entire body into the knife tip”
    • “Learn to use the blade tip”
    • “Light pokes are really important”
    • “When it’s knife against knife, both may die”
    • Those ‘Miracle’ Disarms (Only Vlad Can Do?)

    • CHAPTER 5
    • KNIFE IN YOUR HAND – DRILLS
    • Tension the Fills and Tension that Restricts
    • Relaxation, Precision, Depth
    • Drawing the Knife
    • Keeping the Knife
    • Throwing the Knife
    • KNEES: Disappearance
    • Sword Healing
    • Sword Feeling

    • CHAPTER 6
    • AT KNIFE POINT
    • “Try to see everything”
    • “That’s not a knife”
    • “Stages of Mobility”
    • “Are you sure you can run away?”
    • “Do you know how to walk fast?”
    • “You escaped but you locked yourself”
    • “The knife’s movement toward you is like a wind”
    • “You body has to remain straight”
    • “You have some ability to fight back”
    • “A real blade makes you move much more effectively”
    • “He embodies the picture in his mind”
    • “Fear is death”

    • CHAPTER 7
    • AT KNIFE POINT – DRILLS
    • Knife-Based Warm-ups
    • “Work from contact”
    • “Fighting is like swimming”
    • Sensing the Carry
    • Sensing the Attack

    • CHAPTER 8
    • The Edge of Awareness (Work Sets)
    • “Both people and weapons can emanate threat”
    • “There are two basic questions”
    • “What feeling do you have?”
    • “Don’t create anything”
    • “They have some mission inside themselves”
    • “Everyone has a different location of fear”
    • “Find a person who’s always hiding”
    • “How do you find your condition in martial arts?”
    • “Get out”
    • “How did the knife get into his hand without you seeing it?”

    • CHAPTER 9
    • Awareness
    • Intention
    • Sensor
    • Decision
    • Weaponization
    • Reaction
    • Detection in a Crowd
    • Concealment and Crowd
    • Condition
    • Mobility
    • Feeling
    • Emotion
    • Surroundings
    • Multitasking
    • Escalation
    • Presentation
    • Response

  • CHAPTER 10
  • LIVE TO TELL

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Scott Meredith
Vladimir Vasiliev