ROSS comes from "ROSSIYA"
which is the Russian spelling for the word RUSSIA. , A Russian acronym
standing for "Russian Native Martial Art" was developed by Commander
Alexander Retuinskih, President of the All-Russian Federation of Russian
Martial Art (RFRMA), Chairman of the International Combat Sambo Commission,
Chairman of the Russian Combat Sambo Committee, officer General of the
Cossack Military. In 1991, the RFRMA was sanctioned by the Russian Olympic
Committee as the sole representative of Russian Martial Art.
ROSS is taught to trainers of
Russian Spetsnaz units of the Ministries of Internal Affairs, Defense and
protective services, Russian Marine troops, VDV, OMON, and Minsk's "Alpha"
units in Byelorussia, special MVD units "Vityaz", frontier troops of
Lithuania and many others.In Russian Martial Art, the main goal of a person
is to render the adversary harmless while minimizing losses for both self
and foe: to work efficiently in any situation. Learning Russian Martial Art,
students acquire great power as fighters, but more importantly as a human
beings, increasing ones value for health and life, for both self and others.
Both in combat and in life, students treat other creatures with awareness
and compassion. When necessary, firm action is issued, but never in a
callous or careless manner, and when all other option have been considered.
ROSS undertakes training in 8
Russian-Style Close-Quarters Combat and Survival
Executive and Close Protection Training
Advanced Sports Biomechanics
Acrobatic Dance, Stunt and Theatrical Combat
Russian System of Health and Wellness