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"Embrace the suck": chapter 2, Paris, FRANCE
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Jean ALCAZAR



Joined: 28 Feb 2009
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 06, 2012 2:35 pm    Post subject: "Embrace the suck": chapter 2, Paris, FRANCE Reply with quote

Hello guys,

passing by to thank Mister Puzykas for what has been taught this week end (4th and 5th of february 2012) in Paris.

I mean, not only strategy, psychological confusion, and specific systema stuff which I think I'm not able to understand at their true values, cause I'm mostly into other styles (I'm the muay thai boy...).

But what was taught both by your speech and in silence during the neck breaking session.
I mean civilians are civilians, soldiers are soldiers.
Each one has his own tasks. Each one will have his own cross to carry during his life. Do civilians really want to carry the cross of a soldier during ther lives ? (having killed people or the tools to do it, having trauma, psychological problems because of constant fights, death of friends because of ennemy shots, etc., ...)
I think I don't need it (but who knows... Maybe lying to myself ?) because killing people as always been far from my own limitation, education, spirituality. And training in "camo" wears is clearly not my cup of tea.
For the same reasons I expect I'll never know civil war.
But I really expect that if some people needed it, the ones who needed this message caught it seriously, despite the humour you put in it.

Same thing for the last speech you gave at the end of the seminar (guys going to seminars, only seminars, having fun pics with badasses instructors, and thinking themselves are something...).
Comon sense, reality. Simply.

Mister Puzykas seems to me to be a professionnal, down to earth, able to teach civilians what they need, only this, and using a simple and clear way. These are many skills rare to find together in one person in my opinion.

If you're into systema more seriously than I'm, don't miss the next event with this "gentleman puncher".

P.S.: I found a jaw in the street, I have to ask Erez if it's his... Ha ha ha Wink

Sincerely,
J.A.
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Erez Hamiache



Joined: 23 Dec 2009
Posts: 67
Location: Lille, Northern France

PostPosted: Wed Feb 15, 2012 1:59 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hahaha don't worry it is not my jaw
I've fixed it with some wire Very Happy

Thanks a lot to Sonny, the duo Sinicha-Greg and all the people I've trained with in Paris. I think I learn a lot about Systema and myself

Now back to training (don't wanna be a "tactical tourist" ^^)

Erez
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