Ilustrisimo Core Fighting Style
Lesson 4 - Battlefield Range

Detailing and breaking down the versatile “Roof Block”.
With slight alterations. This defensive move can defend against a wide variety of strikes.
It also caters for offensive moves when you want to close in the distance to neutralise your opponent. This Lesson also goes into great explanation on when and how to use the non-weapon hand. This makes the crucial difference between success and failure at this deadly distance. Couple Lesson 4 with the previous videos. You will have an effective balanced game no matter what situation.
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Ray Floro

Raymond developed Floro Fighting Systems (FFS) - a realistic, simplified method of dealing with armed and unarmed confrontations and specialising in the awareness and defence of edged weapon assaults.
By discussing and formulating formal training programs and teaching guidelines, FFS has now been adopted by military personnel and law enforcement worldwide. Several Law Enforcement and “SWAT” personnel have also chosen to use the principles in their training academy.
Regular clients receive private lessons, their professions ranging from – Office Workers, Security Personnel, Air Marshalls, Commercial Pilots, Business Owners, Military Instructors and personnel, other Martial Arts Instructors.
Raymond was also the “Training Leader” for the US based “Guardian Angels” Safety Patrol. Raymond formulated and taught a training regime suitable for recruits to use in the submission and arrest of offenders in the enclosed spaces of trains. He also led patrols throughout the subway network and “streets”.
Floro Fighting Systems is a system of Edged Weapon combat and defence that is not only simple to learn, but is one of the most effective systems of self defence available today. Efficient, direct and immediate, FFS is one of the very few styles that is still based on the blade, and is used by civilians and members of the military, and law enforcement agencies worldwide.
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