Below is a list of articles with the most recent ones listed first.
by Milos Malic Published: August 30, 2011
Since I started teaching, I get repeatedly asked questions about two subjects, self defense and self defense for women. It usually goes like this:
Is Systema the best self defense solution? Self defense for women, is Systema the best choice of martial arts? Is Systema most applicable, realistic and useful of them all? For those who wondered at least a bit what the answers might be, I recommend to learn more about self defense, self defense for women and what Systema has to offer. […]
by Takahide Kitagawa Published: July 26, 2011
A massive earthquake hit Japan on March 11th. The magnitude-9.0 quake shook the Japanese archipelago for more than three minutes.But, what was worse than the huge earthquake itself was the subsequent tsunami.A large number of people in the coastal areas of northeastern Japan were eitherkilled or went missing due to the colossal waves.
I was in Tokyo at that time. The tsunami did not hitthe metropolitan area, but the quake rocked the city of 13 million people withan intensity I have never experienced in my life. […]
by Dimitri Trufanov Published: July 05, 2011
Dimitri Trufanov is a Chicago-based Systema instructor. His wife Olga recently gave birth to their third son. The youngest boy was born at home and Olga agreed to share this unique experience.
Why did you decide on home birth?
The choice was natural for us. The older kids were born at a local hospital. What we didn’t like about that was that there was too much interference from the staff at moments when inward focus was most needed. So, we wanted more control, a quieter environment, one that felt...at home, you know. […]