Morning Routine: How to get good at Systema FAST

12 Sep

All of us want to improve our Systema as fast as possible, the ways to do this are covered in another post .

I want to tell you about the most important thing to learn Systema fast and how you can implement it in your daily life;

The most important way to get better at Systema is: commitment/hard work/time.

This is one of the oldest secrets to achieving anything, yet many people want things right here, right now without the work, which obviously – doesn’t work.

The best way to implement this into your life, is by having a morning or daily training routine. So for example; as soon as you get out of bed, you start training. As soon as you get home from work, while the dinner is cooking, you train for 20-25 mins. Find a time in your day that is usually squandered on TV, internet surfing or some other meaningless past time, and train, even for 20-30 mins. The important thing is that training becomes a thing you do every day, whether you feel like it or not.

That is the secret to getting good at Systema fast.

For more information on specific exercises you can do, check out:

https://thomashogarth.com/2013/07/27/how-to-create-a-systema-workout/

https://thomashogarth.com/2013/07/12/russia-classes-2013-with-vladimir-zaikovsky/

https://thomashogarth.com/2013/03/24/how-to-create-the-warrior-feeling/

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One Response to “Morning Routine: How to get good at Systema FAST”

  1. Peter Byl November 1, 2013 at 4:50 pm #

    Thanks for this post.Often we look for complicated routines when it’s the simple ones that we need to focus on.Again thank you. Peter Byl

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