I don’t know what 2021 has in store for us and I don’t have a solution for the pandemic but I do know I’m tired of the whole thing – like most of you! Now that the holidays are over and we have three months of a hard Toronto winter ahead of us, how are we going to make it to spring?
FightClub 2021 New Year Challenge
I know many of you would love to be training in the martial arts aspects of Systema like punches, kicks, wrestling, knife fighting and breath work. However we need to use our Systema training to fight other things now like stress, fear, anxiety, boredom, the list goes on and on.
Over the next three months, I will be showing you how to use your Systema training in a way that will help you not only be in awesome physical health but to fortify strong mental health to boot.
The course has been set, Destination Spring! Here we come …
Train every week with Systema FightClub Live Online or OnDemand Classes and Listen to my weekly podcast. Training and Listening are powerful tools in the learning process and I can support your development much better if I know you’re following along in this capacity. Now that we have the baseline requirements laid out, let’s add a few do’s and don’t for this month …
Walk outdoors every day for 15 mins
Read a book every day for 15 mins
Exercise every day for 15 mins
Be glued to your television, cell phone and other electronic devices
Watch the News – Read about it instead
Spend all day on social media
Every month I will be adding a few more do’s and don’t to this list. We don’t want to shock the body and mind, we want to help it adapt and grow so that by the time Spring rolls around we look and feel our best!
Please share this with your friends and family members or anyone you feel can benefit from what I am doing. There are a lot of people suffering out there unnecessarily and it’s a shame when I have a plan available and I know the ways to help them. All anyone needs to do is be committed, train consistently and stay focused to reap all the rewards that Systema training has to offer and what I have to teach them.