Systema Solo Training – Robert Poyton

Systema Solo Training

Many martial arts use fixed movement patterns or kata for solo training, but the Russian Martial Art of Systema has no set moves. How, then, can you train alone in Systema? This book has the answers! It covers the basic methods of Systema solo practice, including: Core Exercises, Breathing, Falling & Ground Movement, Stretching and Mobility, Equipment, Health practices and more! These exercises will help develop your strength, freedom of movement and overall health and fitness, whether for Systema or any other activity. 110 pages and over 400 photos.

Author: Robert Poyton
ISBN: 9780995645431
Pages: 112 pages
Format: PDF
Size: 18.19 Mb

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