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Systema - Strength and Flexibility by Kwan Lee English | .mkv | h264 1374 Kbps | 720 x 480 30fps | AAC 44,1kHz mono | 593 Mb Genre: Video Training
In this volume, Kwan Lee, one of the top Systema instructors in North America, shows how you can develop functional strength and flexibility in a dynamic and sustainable manner with proper breath and relaxation.
Jim Wagner - Doorman Defensive Tactics 01 DVD X264 English | MP4 | H264 694 kbps 29.970 fps | 320 x 240 | AAC 128 kbps 48 KHz Stereo | 234 MB Genre: Training This DVD set is for anyone who works as a doorman (bouncer). Not only does it demonstrate step-by-step self-defence techniques for common situations that doormen face but it explains how a doorman should appear positioning threat zones use-of-force issues and how to communicate with the police in order to reduce liabilities. Professional doorman Mike Constantinides featured.
Caio Terra - 111 Half Guard Techniques 3 DVD X264 English | MP4 | H264 1542 kbps 29.970 fps | 720 x 480 | AAC 160 kbps 48 KHz Stereo | 5.16 GB Genre: Training Caio Terra - 111 Half Guard Techniques Multiple time world champion Caio Terra is here to revolutionize your half guard! The half guard is one of the most common positions in jiu-jitsu with a wide variety of options. In 3 detail oriented DVDs Caio will show you:
TTC Video - Secret Life of Words (Curzan-2012) x264 H!tcher | 8.65 GB Genre: e-Learning
English is changing all around us. We see this in new words such as “bling” and “email,” and from the loss of old forms such as “shall.” It’s a human impulse to play with language and to create new words and meanings—but also to worry about the decay of language. Does text messaging signal the end of “pure English”? Why do teenagers pepper their sentences with “like” and “you know”?