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Wisdom of Movement

Combat isn't about who is stronger or faster, these parameters are true for sportive competition. However, combat is about being smarter (and more lucky, but that isn't in our hands), and being able to adjust to difficult situations.

You might find yourselves the underdog, and without the privilege of loosing. in combat, unlike in sports, loosing is definitive. So, if you are not the strongest, nor the fastest, etc. you need to have some sort of advantage. Yes, I'm taking about cheating.

Well, not only cheating.

You can teach yourselves to be smarter, and by smart I mean think smarter, and move smarter.

By training the body in many complex movements, that require coordination and mind-body connection (nerval system) - you can enhance your toolbox for diverse situations. By simplifying the complex movements to basic human motoric, and later make it complex again, this time by understanding the essence behind it, you can become more and more efficient, and unpredictable.

The essence that is refined from simple movements, is the wisdom of movement, and the recombination is the wise movement.

mind-body connection on the physical level, the tactical level, and on the avoidance level.

It is better to avoid unnecessary combat, especially if you are the underdog.

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