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This centre was created within the scientific collaboration of the Special Martial Combat department of The Military Institute of Physical Culture, The International Institute of Qualification Improvement "Perspektiva", and the Russian branch of Koi no takinobori ryu in order to develop common scientific and research base to maintain and introduce the newest methods of training sports full-contact martial arts, special martial combat and sub-units personnel tactics.

The teaching staff:

  • Colonel Sergey Maximovich Ashkinazy, professor, doctor of pedagogy, the head of Department of Obstacles Surmount and Special Martial Combat of the Military Institute of Physical Culture, master of sport, 3 Dan at kakuto karate "Koi no takinobori ryu".

  • Colonel Tereshchenko Semen Georgiyevich, professor, doctor of pedagogy, master of sport USSR.

  • Andrey Nikolayevich Kochergin, the chief of The Centre of Applied Research, master of sport USSR, international Budo & Combat instructor, Shihan 5 Dan in kakuto karate Koi no takinobori ryu and honourary master 5 Dan in Jujitsu.

Seminars topics:

  1. Selection criteria, suitability for positions, non-verbal methods of examining a potential employee.
  2. Graphic forms of reflecting office work and personal life of an employee, organizing office documents, office testing and archives work.
  3. Methods of tuning the standard Russian arms and ammunition; secret and tactic carrying of weapons and defensive means.
  4. * Attacking tactic as a dominating form of individual actions of a sub-unit soldier. Determination and psycho-tactic training.
  5. * The principle differences and crossings of sports and applied stereotypes of conducting a bout.
  6. * The methods of choosing individual tactic and development of subjective applied technique.
  7. * Practice within the Koan method; discussion and practical approbation of the modern and ancient training forms in learning practical topics.
  8. * The tactical direction in carrying on the special tasks.
  9. * The bio-mechanical way of choosing individual hitting technique, ideomotorics in the process of acquisition of the individual technical arsenal.
  10. * The innovation in algorithm of training construction at study of applied disciplines
  11. * The new complexes of the "Special physical training", which consider both the tactical tasks and the possible dislocation of a sub-unit.
  12. * The passive safety as a base of defensive technique. Pain as a factor which forms behavior stereotypes.
  13. Target zones in the applied section of training regarding typical tasks.
  14. * The individual psycho-training: minimization of the determining impulse, the phantom substitution, the training of the "border condition", tactical zombie technique.
  15. Group co-operation during assault.
  16. The individual capture of an opponent, methods of search and finishing off, regarding typical tasks.
  17. Over-all rating as a tool of objective evaluation of preparedness and analysis of future development.
  18. Dialectics of a criminal conflict, verbal and convenctional methods of controlling the conflict.
  19. The method of indirect crossings as an element of controlling an opponent at pre-stage of a criminal conflict.
  20. The weapon preparation on the base of typical weapons. The methods of tests designing regarding possible tactic tasks.
  21. The side-arms in the tactic of achieving the objectives of a sub-unit, the individual choice and perspective technique.
  22. The innovation in design of protective equipment for training special tasks in the special martial combat.
  23. The practice of suggestion in controlling a conflict or in group domination.

* shows that the section is also appropriate for teaching full-contact sports.

All the topics are appropriate for teaching sub-units and security staff. Every topic takes 2 lessons, 45 min each, plus 2 lessons of the same length for demonstrations or role plays depending on a particular topic.

Teaching the topics above requires a sealed notebook of 10 stitched and numbered pages. Audio or video recording is not appropriate.

The quantity of time given for each topic depends on supposed depth of its exposure, tactical application, and also, due to individual direction of teaching, on the number of students.

The lessons can be held on the base of the centre, as well as away, regarding the circumstances of a sub-unit's service and the desire of a customer.

Considering the direction of supposed topics, a sub-unit should have an appropriate access and a packet of documents. In case of individual work with instructors the order from a commanding organization determining its status is also required. As for teaching private students, it is only possible if there is a document confirming the check-up made by the Ministry of Internal Affaires. These limits do not regard teaching sports themes or periodical training in full-contact types of the martial combat.







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