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When Does Class Begin?

To best prepare for learning from a martial arts class you need to start 30-60 minutes before class start time. Getting you mind, body and spirit ready to learn is just as important as the class being taught. Here are a few suggestions:


Physical Conditioning: Engage in regular exercise and maintain a reasonable level of fitness. Martial arts can be physically demanding, so improving your endurance, flexibility, and strength will help you keep up with the training.


Understand and Familiarize: Take the time to remember what you have learn at FC. Understand Systema history, principles, applications, and etiquette being show and explained. This preliminary knowledge will give you a foundation to build upon during additional classes.

Mental Preparedness: Approach your training with an open mind and a willingness to learn. Stay focused, be patient, and embrace the journey of acquiring new skills. Having a positive attitude will enhance your progress and enjoyment.


Hydration and Nutrition: Stay properly hydrated before, during, and after your classes. Adequate hydration helps maintain optimal performance and prevents fatigue. Additionally, maintain a balanced diet to fuel your body and support your training.


Communication and Respect: Cultivate an environment of respect and open communication with your instructors and fellow students. Listen attentively to instructions, ask questions when needed, and treat others with courtesy. Respect for your instructors, peers, and the art itself is essential in martial arts training.

Remember, learning martial arts is a gradual process, so be patient with yourself. Consistency, dedication, and a willingness to learn and improve will help you make the most of your training time at FightClub. #torontomartialarts




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