Below is a list of articles with the most recent ones listed first.
by Vladimir Vasiliev Published: May 02, 2014
Everyone knows that shooting a moving target is much harder than a fixed one. It requires additional efforts and skill. Something similar happens in a fight. If a person utilizes continuous movement, the complexity of working against him is infinitely higher. It makes not only his single opponent helpless, but also a multiple attackers. Even a group of armed attackers looses the advantage when faced with a relaxed person who is always ready to react on a free and spontaneous level. […]
by Vladimir Vasiliev Published: December 02, 2013
INTERVIEW with VLADIMIR VASILIEV
by Rob Poyton, the head instructor of Cutting Edge Systema Academy in UK and the editor of Systema International publication.
Systema International (SI): First of all can I say congratulations on behalf of everyone here on the 20th anniversary of your school, it’s an amazing achievement! Did you have any idea when you first started teaching in Toronto that you would be in this position, with schools worldwide?
Vladimir Vasiliev (VV): Thank you for your kind words and support. […]
by Robert Young Published: November 26, 2013
The Russian Martial Art is regarded as one of the most effective fighting systems on the planet, and its popularity is largely due to the efforts of Vladimir Vasiliev!
by Robert W. Young
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Spend 20 years in a field you're passionate about—when this issue of Black Belt hits the newsstand,
I'll have edited articles for two decades—and it's easy to conclude you've seen and heard it all. It's a fair assumption, but it's a dead giveaway that the person doing the assuming has never been face to face with Vladimir Vasiliev. […]