Below is a list of articles with the most recent ones listed first.
by Sharon Friedman Published: October 27, 2009
It was hard to even shout over the din of the heavy machine guns firing at us. I think there were at least fifteen of them and the bullets flying bright red in the night like swarms of angry hornets were mesmerizing like a force of nature. The granite boulders served as a giant labyrinth to climb up in and sharp shards were flying everywhere. I do not know if the thought was really mine but out of nowhere I shouted to my friends "Hay, at least it is not raining" and we all started to laugh as we tumbled and rolled from boulder to boulder. […]
by Kwan Lee Published: October 13, 2009
Strength and flexibility... these are two things that everyone wants to develop and improve but are rarely combined together in proper balance. A major hurdle for most beginning Systema practitioners is understanding the nature of tension in their bodies and being able to relax parts of the body that are not needed while working alone or with partners. […]
by Brandon Sommerfeld Published: July 21, 2009
I would like to take this opportunity to share with you how Systema has made an impact on the training provided at International Training Incorporated (ITI) in Virginia. ITI, a subsidiary of WSI, trains approximately 5,000 students a year in a variety of disciplines, such as security operations, instinctive and off-road driving, firearms, combatives, protective service operations (PSO), and other specialty courses. Our clients consist of multinational military forces, law enforcement as well as some private citizens. […]