G. S. spent most of his youth in East Europe’s correctional institutions. A few years of this time were spent in a special prison where inmates were “rehabilitated” by systematic beatings and starvation. There he lost his teeth and acquired tuberculosis. He was never broken.
Known for toughness under pressure, but also as a well-read man.
Used a knife as his weapon of choice in frequent fights.
G. S. has never lost a fight—for money, life, or limb. He collected debts, settled scores, and provided personal protection in some of the worst neighborhoods of Eastern Europe. Through all the bloody fights he stayed unbeaten, in “one piece,” thanks to his rational technique and the intensity of his simple drills. In the video Self-Defense: Tools of Attack he shows these simple moves and simple drills that kept him winning every fight.
His short video has no fluff. It is the result of his bloody experience and keen insight into “what” works and how to practice so “it” works. With just one viewing you will know how to use weapons—and if you do the drills you will be too good to be intimidated—even when you are empty-handed.
Just think how much you’d have to pay to see such a man practice his skills. In the worst case—your life . . . in the best case—several thousands of dollars.