SLAVIC-GORITSKAYA FIGHT (part1)
SLAVIC-GORITSKAYA FIGHT, a type of martial arts and a comprehensive martial art, consisting of four types and twelve basic styles, united by a common name. The Slavic-Goritsky struggle is the author’s system developed by A.K. Belov on the basis of the fighting and competitive traditions of the Eastern Slavs. The main objective of the system is to prepare a versatile fighter, able to fight by any rules and in any conditions, against several opponents (including armed ones), etc.Competitions in the Slavic-Goritsky struggle are held among men and women. Fights are in full contact with the use of protective equipment.
Some of the developments used in the Slavic-Goritsky struggle were adopted by the special services and are intended only for “official use”. In addition to Russia, the Slavic-Goritsky struggle in one form or another is developing in the CIS countries and some non-CIS countries.
STRUCTURE OF THE SLAVIC-GORITSKAYA FIGHT. TYPES OF FIGHT.
– a complex of organized hostilities aimed at a long stand-off match, victory in which is achieved not due to physical strength, but due to technical excellence. Classical combat is most applicable in fights with representatives of other martial arts, when fighting in the stalls for some reason is impossible.
– a complex of organized attacking operations with the goal of actively offensively suppressing any form of enemy resistance, regardless of his physical data and degree of combat training. Has a special technical and ethical-philosophical development. It is based on the study and management of various models of human behavior and the “mechanical” standards of its actions. Assault combat is most applicable in a street fight. Sports assault combat has its own style features.
– A set of organized technical actions for a professional fight in a fight without rules. A feature of total combat is special technical training (focused on conducting a duel with fighters of ju-jitsu, judo, sambo, freestyle wrestling, boxing, kickboxing, karate) and a certain style. Total combat is most applicable in a duel with representatives of other martial arts according to the rules that do not have restrictions on fighting in the stalls.
- MILITARY APPLIED BATTLE
– A specialized army complex designed for warfare at short ranges and in hand-to-hand combat. Includes: fire training in an unconventional program; swimming training in a special way; special techniques for moving and controlling space; the art of survival in conditions of prolonged isolation and in extreme situations; universal skills in knives.