Master of Chinese Martial ArtsDmitry Prosvirov a martial artist, was fortunate enough to have a Grand Master of Chinese martial arts as his father. From a young age, Dmitry's father, Valery Prosvirov, taught him the art of Kung Fu. Valery Prosvirov is a unique individual with an extensive background in martial arts, wh...
Grandmaster of Chinese Martial ArtsValery Prosvirov - Owner, Founder and Headmaster of the School of Martial Arts "Golden Dragon". Year of birth 1966. He began studying martial arts (Kyokushin Karate and Sambo) in 1978 at the age of 11. From the summer of 1979 to September 1985 he studied the basics of Chinese kung fu...
system, which intends to focus on the features of health, wellness, nutrition and exercise that other forms of
fitness tend to neglect. The program is designed to develop the individual comprehensively, both inside and out.
“The Missing Piece” is based on the training methods of traditional Chinese martial arts. For centuries Masters
have been passing down generations of knowledge, and Grand Master Vaelriy Prosvirov has combined there
teachings with his own understandings of human physiology to create an instructional program that is able to
optimize the individual based on their own personal goals and needs. This program ignites the awesome
capability inside every human. It is designed to teach and instill methods and motivation for the individual to
lead a healthy more balanced life.
When used properly these videos will help to inspire individuals to reach their own apex of strength, endurance,
coordination, speed and flexibility, the five facets needed to ensure healthy body and clearer mind. Consistent
training within this program also provides psychological stability - unleashing the creative potential of the
participant and empowering them to withstand stress.
Using essential universal training principles, “The Missing Piece” with its modular structure can be easily
customized to individual workout needs, tailored to any person’s condition and abilities.
Each video is planned for 35 to 50 minutes in length, and is broken into two parts
1. The mental approach to training (i.e. the reasons for doing what we do)
2. The physical exercises explored in the form of training exercises. The training portion will take at least 30 minutes on each video at a minimum.
People often say that the martial arts have their own philosophy. The truth is that the philosophy of the Martial Arts cannot be isolated from Philosophy in general.
Philosophy is reality: where we live, what we breathe, and what we think. Therefore, the Martial arts are a part of philosophy, and not vice-versa. Popular conception divides philosophy by time and territory: Eastern Philosophy, Ancient Philosophy, Modern Philosophy, Religion, etc…Opinions often stand in opposition to each other, but they have a general purpose that unites them all: Their effort to explain the truth. If all of these philosophies removed the subjective and fictional, what remained would be the singular truth. The truth is the same for all people. Reality itself is our one universal human philosophy. Success for a human life demands doing the right thing: Do not oppress the weak, do not kill, do not steal—all of these actions are terrible for the mental and physical health of the perpetrator, and society as a whole. This has been known for thousands of years. The desire to make the world a little better, and to better one’s self, is innate to all healthy humans.
The practice of Kung Fu lends itself to a greater health and a greater understanding of reality. This is what we strive to do.