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6DKF: what does it teaches?

Inspired by the Shaolin until Ninjutsu passing through the most effective aspects of the most important styles of martial arts (Jeet Kune Do, Wing Chun, Silat, Systema, etc.) 6 Dragons Kung Fu teaches:
  • Fight with bare hands, fighting to free mass (ground fighting, levers, projections, multiple opponents clash, pressure points, etc.)
  • Use of weapons, practical use of proper and improper weapons (throwing, cutting, etc.)
  • Invisibility, stealth techniques (stealth, prestidigitation hints, etc.)
  • Use of psychology, deception techniques (persuasion, seduction, lie detection, etc.)
  • Body and mental conditioning, inspired by the 72 Shaolin skills and by Ninjutsu (resistance conditioning, power, etc.)
  • High-level combat techniques, whose learning requires years of practice (muscle chain, "special" attacks, some acrobatics, etc.)
  • Personal growth, control of our mind (self-esteem, managing emotions, removing fears, etc.)
  • Connecting mind and body, advanced management of our body (meditation, Qi, breathing, development of the senses, etc.)
  • Self defense, practical application of fight techniques in real contexts (disarms, correct attitudes, stress management, etc.)
  • Tactics of struggle, advanced methodologies to prevail over rivals (strategy, bodily resource management, mobility, faints, etc.)
  • Individual training, design of personal sessions (to be adapted to the practitioner, and to be executed on a daily basis)
  • Specific forms, collections of fundamental movements / interactions (for body adaptation, muscle memory, etc.)
  • Sparring, controlled fighting (with different types and levels of intensity)
  • The use of "constant change" in training, tailored sessions, always "different" but studied to train every time the basic skills
  • The creation of a personal style, combining techniques and skills to create a resource fully bonded to the practitioner (mechanics of the body, personal attitudes, etc.)
  • General knowledge of martial arts, introducting to other martial arts (how to face them, their strengths / weaknesses, etc.)
  • The development of the basic martial skills, attitudes underlying the fight (power, speed, balance, endurance, reflexes, spatial intelligence, etc.)
With this article we wanted to give a general (non-exhaustive) overview of what the 6 Dragons Kung Fu Style conveys to its practitioners.
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