By Eric Candori & Ibrahim Mobinot
The practice of martial arts should not revolve around a community rivalry between one or another martial art.
Whether it be ranged combat, melee contact, standing or on the ground, each one of them will always base its training on timing, support, opportunities, anticipation, fitness and bio-mechanical body laws. The search for efficient movements depends on these factors.
The practice of varying distances, standing or on the ground, enables each practitioner to improve and especially not to rest on one’s laurels. The questioning should be permanent, and it allows the practitioner to readjust constantly. In Kimono or not, from martial arts to MMA, or from MMA to martial arts, the goal is to perpetually seek to progress, in the way of the bushido.
With their different experiences and backgrounds, Eric Candori et Ibrahim Moginot offer in this film varied technical content based on the martial practice as a whole...