It’s not too early to start making your summer travel plans for next year! If you want your vacation to revolve around reality-based self-defense, you’ll want to sign up for the Russian Martial Art Camp 2012: Systema at Full Range. The training camp will take place just outside Toronto, Canada, from August 13 to August 19, 2012. Its all-inclusive design means that your admission price covers room, board and transportation—as well as tuition. Photo courtesy of Vladimir Vasiliev The military background of the event’s leaders, Vladimir Vasiliev and Konstantin Komarov, will be apparent in the nature of the training, which will take place in the field, in the forest and in the water, both during the day and at night. The curriculum is intended to enhance your power, speed and ability to survive, not to mention your armed and unarmed fighting skills. For more information, call (905) 881-4711, send e-mail to training@russianmartialart.com or visit their website at RussianMartialArt.com.

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