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General Notes on Lessons the System of Kadochnikov.
1. The aim is to move the center of gravity as close to outside of boundaries for the opponent to fall by moving side-side, forward-back, up-down, or combine all thr.



2. Be mindful of the center of gravity. The wider the stance, th greater the stability. Stability does not our in moving forward and back, or side to side, or up and down, but in moving through all of them.



3. We maintain stability by moving with force applied to our body; therefore compensating and adjusting an applied force to work against the one applying that force.



4. Standing and "stance" is an individual adjustment. In a biomechanical sense, there are particular stances that are more staff a than others, but we must find our own way of applying such knowledge to find our individual stability. We must take into account possible miscalculations and be dynmi or static, rigid or pliab1e, so as to adjust to our own feeling of individual stability.



5. Once one has found their own individual boundaries of stability, one must be able to move in stability at all times; therefore they are in their individual stance at all times.



6. With our style, no one knows we use it. Our physical appearance does not give away our "invisNe" weapon. Boxers may have a broken nose, a karate master may have scarred hands, wrestled have a "cauliflower"' ear, but we have no visit a signs. We wear no "symbols" to show our skill; we are invisible in our skill and ability. We have no given stance, yet we are stable. Our training does not injure us, so we have no physical ailments. Our training prepares us for any situation. We can monitor and control, so we are not taken by surprise by physical actions of others, or psychological fears of such stimulus as a loud noise.



7. Sport style fighting is defined by large movement and more contact; combat style fighting is defined by small movements and less contact.



8. Only in sport style fighting, where one can walk home afterward, is there a sense of "on any given day one can win". There is no "any given day" in real combat; only a winner (who lives) and a loser (who dies). There are two combatants, and one will walk away physically-mentally-spiritually, and one will not.



9. To truly defeat another man, you must break him in a physical sense (damage to the body), mentally (so he fears fighting again), or spiritually (he has lost the spirit to fight, or is dead and is a spirit after the fight.); only when all three are broken will a man truly lose his nerve to fight again.





10. Do not subscribe to dogma or th "way you should be" just be efficient in your work, and do as you need to do to accomplish th task at hand. If it works, if it kills; it doesn't have to be showy.



11. Keep your frontal plane (yon chest and shoulders) in an oblique state to your enemy...at 45 degrees, we cannot be contacted with a centric impact upon our centerline. External forces acting upon us will dissipate and "slide off'; our body an movement will be outside of any impact upon o centerline.



12. Move outside of your enemy to work, and use th shortest path to get outside or to th side of yon opponent. man's left hand cannot hit you if you are to th side of his right shoulder. We move to th side to minimize th number of weapons an enemy can use against us and

maximize the number of weapons we can us against him.



13. Knowledge is not power... knowledge with experience is power because it is then applicable knowledge. You should never repeat the same mistake in combat, because you should have learned the first time why it was a mistake.



14. Combat is a chess match; so you should always be a move ahead, or if you are a move behind, you should be doing so on purpose... do so strategically to quickly take the initiative. There is no defense, there is only calculated, strategic, offense.



15. There is no defense without offense. One should never get in a fight in the first place without very good reason. In the end, there are plenty of hobbies and fighting should not be one. It should be taken seriously, not for fun, as it is very serious business. The destruction of another human being is not a light-hearted matter. If you can defend yourself at any time, if you have self-worth and confidence in your skills, there is no need to test them. Test your abilities in other areas with other hobbies, but never go out to test your ability to break another man for anything other than preservation of self, family, or particular causes. Your training room and Life are your rings.



16. In the end, in your studies, only you look in the mirror to face what you have done and your satisfaction with what you have learned...do not be afraid to look in the mirror, but never break it, for then you will not be able to see what is bothering you and fix it, only feel what is

bothering you and be even more lost.



17. When you are in contact, you create a couple and joint mass. Use your hips to move your enemy's hips, your arm to move the enemy's arm. Use your movement to dictate another's movement and never let them dictate yours.



18. Physical strength cannot overcome mental strength used properly. Strength is dissipated by proper use of levers and strength in directions other than the direction the physically stronger applies. Leverage can level the playing field against the most seemingly stronger opponent.





19. All humans have tw arms, tw legs, one heart; but different brains with which to use in a fight.. The brain makes the difference in the fight.

- Dogma is a principle that has not been applied in a long time in real combat, so it is `thought' to work, though it may not. A `technique' is a method that has not been used in real combat against another human for a long time, so it "should" work, but it might not. Nothing will ever go perfectly right, and dogma and technique must be changed in order to survive. Therefore, every thought on how to defend one's self is a principle; every physical act to defend one's self is a method to apply the idea of how to do so. Every use is an adaptation to that situation.



20. Keep yourself rigid when you need to be and flaccid when you want to be...thre is not reason t be too loose, for self-control is the main key, and ablty to use your organism as you wish is self-mastery.



21. It takes time to learn, and only time will allow one to learn. Learning is like the magnet that attracts metal. Sometimes, there is too much metal, and the magnet looses its ability t attract new metals. One must make a stronger magnet using this attracted metal through absorption, or one must simply take some of the metal off the magnet to attract new metals. When you are a magnet without metals, you will learn the quickest. When you already have metal you have attracted, you will learn slower. When you refuse to remove the metal you have or absorb new metals, you have become a magnet with potential but no strength to attract. You are then, not a magnet, but a giant piece of worthless metal.



22. Through sensitivity, you should feel your opponent, but they should never feel you until it is too late, at which time they should feel your overwhelming them. You should always be in contact, but your should never break this contact... you should use machines to control and create more contact, or if you cannot gain the advantage, use machines to slip away and begin again.



23. There is always a movement to provide an escape...the question is, will you be willing to find it, or will you simply be defeated before you can? As such, training to use the System is as much about defeating an opponent as it is helping him to figure out how not to be defeated.



24. If your hips are the roots of all of your body's power generation, how can you possibly use this system if you are old and have bad hips. Keep your hips, and all joints, in good shape and victory will be yours at 75 as it is at 25.



25. Combine ALL attacks... if you have a knife in n hand, you still have another hand and two feet with which to attack. Do not focus on n weapon to the detriment of your other weapons! Cut with the knife, vital strike with your hand, and be kicking your opponent all at the same time...your body weight to be pushing, your head to be butting, your teeth to the be biting. That is flow...





26. Whip like movements should always be used because th ar at th very core of biomechanial efficient. Load every movement up and sling it at your opponent like a whip.



27. When you move in a wave, all movements can end like a whip.



28. The head is a bowling ball, stick your fingers in its holes (eyes, nose, mouth, ears, etc) and move it....



29. Always make a biokinematic chain act as you wish...fix it, close it, open it, make it rigid, make it flaccid, etc. - Only a fool has knowledge he does not us, and in combat, a fool is a dead man, deservingly so.



30. Always fall to th ground with your palms out...Use the hand as a sensor, to find and slide into the ground, create a plane, and spread th impact, and protect your bones from damage. Never fall on th elbow, and never fall without some sort of sensor to guide you. Protecting the back of your head with your hands, or slapping th ground, does nothing if you fall on a rock and break your back or ribs, or chip a bone. If you are sweeping with your hand th ground as you fall, you are clearing away obstructions and loading up energy to begin moving on th ground.



31. Close the structure of an opponent to cause maximum damage...it is much better to damage three-in-one, than simply one-in-one.



32. We strike and injure joints because they are exposed...they ar unsheathed and unprotected by bones or muscles...joints are exposed, and they must therefore be attacked.



33. Do not be a chain, be a string... better yet, become a rope to tie up, string out, or hang your opponent.



34. Since scientific knowledge applies anywhere, we fight anywhere. Since scientific knowledge governs any individual, we can fight any individual. Using our knowledge, we can govern who, what, where, when, how, and most importantly, why we will fight another human being.



35. There is no new knowledge...only new ways to apply it.





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