A combat technique invented by Major Arkadiusz
Kups, a Polish former commando of 56th Special Company.The technique is
named for a troop of elites, the 56th Company, who were trained to maneuver
behind enemy lines.
Kups came up with the idea to develop a system
for close combat techniques that could be learned quickly. The emphasis is
placed on attacking the soft and vulnerable parts of the human body and
utilizing natural impulses in order to protect oneself against attacks.
This martial art was turned into a sport and self-defence, not unlike judo.