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ASTIG Combatives Canada----Guro Roger Agbulos.

Location: Brantford Ontario, Canada
Members: 19
Latest Activity: May 30, 2012

If asked "what is ASTIG Combatives", and if I had to answer in a single notion, I would have to say ...- it is a training methodology. Namely, in my view the main feature of this system are not its techniques as such, but rather the training method and learning progression that makes those techniques work in a real-time environment.

The ASTIG method uses pretty much the same techniques as many other FMA and other weapon-based combative schools, but instead of emphasizing the smorgasbord of possible technical maneuvers and combinations for their own sake, the accent is on the development of practitioners' personal physical attributes and proper MECHANICS of DELIVERY. In practice it means working on a limited number of tried and tested functional techniques in such a way that a trainee is able to develop an "internal", corporal understanding of the essence of those techniques, hence being able to use them under constantly changing environment of live combat.

Such a philosophy and approach to training stems from Guro Agbulos' lineage of Lameco SOG, under the direct tutelage of the late PG Edgar Sulite, modified and supported by his own findings and conclusions reached after years of constant training and search for combative truth.

By:Dragan Milojevic - ASTIG Combatives--Belrade, Serbia.

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Comment by Stefan Kus on March 22, 2011 at 5:57am

This is a short Video of Guro Roger at the ASTIG LAMECO seminar in March at Brantford ON Canada.

Demonstrating a variation of a return to sender application.

Comment by Stefan Kus on January 23, 2011 at 8:42pm
Updated info On Guro Roger Agbulos Seminar in Brantford Ontario Canada.
Comment by Stefan Kus on December 24, 2010 at 7:00am
ASTIG World wide!
Comment by Dragan Milojevic on December 16, 2010 at 8:51am

Hopefully next year might be a cornerstone, as Guro Roger should also be doing his first ever European seminars! For starters, he should be in Frankfurt, Germany, on September 10, and possibly in Belgrade, Serbia, one week later.

Comment by Stefan Kus on December 16, 2010 at 5:56am

ASTIG COMBATIVES- Guro Roger Agbulos

I'm happy to announce that Guro Roger will be in Brantford Ontario Canada, on March 5th and 6th 2011. This will be 12+ hrs of training.

I will post more information soon.


Comment by Stefan Kus on September 20, 2010 at 6:13am

ASTIG Combatives Canada
Comment by Stefan Kus on September 15, 2010 at 1:53pm
Check out ASTIG Conbatives Canada Training Group.
Comment by Stefan Kus on September 14, 2010 at 10:51am

ASTIG Combatives Canada Training Group 09-12-2010
Comment by Stefan Kus on September 8, 2010 at 7:49am

Comment by Stefan Kus on September 4, 2010 at 8:46am
by ASTIG Combatives CANADA .

just a reminder of the GESABIL 7 point stand of ASTIG Combatives:

1) G - Grip relaxed

2) E - Elbows intact (close to the body)

3) S - Shoulder's angled (not to square up)

4) A - Alive hand in place (hand not hanging down, should be like a boxer's postition)

5) B - Bent knees (for explosiveness)

6) I - Imaginary traiangle for the footwork (dominant foot forward, other foot behind)

7) L - Load distribution (ideal weight on dominant foot is 60%, back is 40%)

enjoy training brothers!!!

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