Março 2018 !
Pela primeira vez no Brasil Seminário P .F. S. e formação de líderes de grupos regionais.
O que é Progressive Fighting Systems?
Progressive Fighting Systems é uma organização e um sistema de combate desenvolvido por Paul Vunak, estudante de Dan Inosanto, o principal aluno de Bruce Lee. Entre as técnicas incluídas neste sistema de combate estão as mordidas e as pontas, mesmo no chão.
O PFS é considerado um sistema muito eficaz na luta de rua, dando importância aos golpes com cabeça, joelhos, nudges, armadilhas e técnicas como o Straight Blast. Essas técnicas formam a base do que é o programa RAT, o sistema de combate ensinado às forças especiais americanas, como o Navy Seal desenvolvido pela Vunak a pedido dessas unidades.
Vunak sempre afirmou que o JKD não ensina técnicas superiores, mas desenvolve um combate efetivo e artes superiores. Não há técnicas superiores em artes marciais, mas métodos de treinamento superiores. O objetivo é fluir de uma técnica para outra e de uma arte para outra, até que a escala ou situação não mude, exigindo outra técnica ou talvez outra arte marcial. Uma característica peculiar do PFS é também o uso de proteções pesadas, de modo que os treinamentos são definidos como teste de colisão com testes de agressão de contato completo.
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