We believe in challenging our fears.
We believe in training outside.
Twice we have used end of life cars to practice the concepts demonstrated in Vladimir’s “Car Fight” video.
You quickly learn what works, and what doesn’t. How many sharp objects are sticking out in car.
It has been some of the best situational training we have done.
Learning to relax, breath, move, while keeping good posture is constantly being challenged by the scenarios/exercises you will work thorough with your training partners.
Seminars provide a large amount of training content to share.
This video shows some of the exercises we performed at the Systema at Full Range camp.
Fear of falling and getting hurt is very common. Controlling your movement to the ground and being as soft (relaxed) as possible is to avoiding injury.
Physical tension (the opposite of relaxation) tends to jump into the body, stop the breathing cycle and cause us to stick things out in a way that they would get broke.
This exercise with the chair helps understand how to control yourself and your breathing when the action initiating the movement is outside your control.