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Matrix Of Martial Arts Reloaded

by Dennis Fuutoshi Mahoney 7 Lessons in , , , , , , , ,

Welcome to the Matrix of Martial Arts Reloaded. In the previous Matrix of Martial Arts course you learned a martial intelligence formula for Ninja Taijutsu: the physical process of trying to take control with kamae in order to achieve our goals while maximizing options and avoiding constraints in the ever-changing moments of a conflict. In the Matrix of Martial Arts Reloaded you will discover that success or failure while training is all in your head. In Reloaded you will look at your training through 8 different perspectives and then put them back together again to help your brain create a more complete representation of your training. In short you will learn to perceive what others miss and take your training to a new level.

Da Shin

by Stephen K. Hayes 13 Lessons in , ,

This is an extremely advanced application of principles from the Gyokko Ryu Chu-Ryaku no Maki “Middle Scroll” of training methods. An-shu Stephen K. Hayes shows how to capture a knifer’s attack. Once captured, he then stays with it long enough to sense where the attacker is going, and he accommodates the attacker in a way that turns into an outward wrist lock takedown.

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Matrix Of Martial Arts Reloaded

by Dennis Fuutoshi Mahoney 7 Lessons in , , , , , , , ,

Welcome to the Matrix of Martial Arts Reloaded. In the previous Matrix of Martial Arts course you learned a martial intelligence formula for Ninja Taijutsu: the physical process of trying to take control with kamae in order to achieve our goals while maximizing options and avoiding constraints in the ever-changing moments of a conflict. In the Matrix of Martial Arts Reloaded you will discover that success or failure while training is all in your head. In Reloaded you will look at your training through 8 different perspectives and then put them back together again to help your brain create a more complete representation of your training. In short you will learn to perceive what others miss and take your training to a new level.

Da Shin

by Stephen K. Hayes 13 Lessons in , ,

This is an extremely advanced application of principles from the Gyokko Ryu Chu-Ryaku no Maki “Middle Scroll” of training methods. An-shu Stephen K. Hayes shows how to capture a knifer’s attack. Once captured, he then stays with it long enough to sense where the attacker is going, and he accommodates the attacker in a way that turns into an outward wrist lock takedown.