Systema academy teacher and gent Matt Hill discusses traditional aikido training in Japan, readjusting after, talks about Sandhurst and the British military, serving in Northern Ireland, what Systema is, how martial arts can be creative, the principles of breath, movement, relaxation and posture, health practices, gyms vs. outdoors, being Stalin’s agents, professionalism, exercise as a relaxation training, cleansing and managing fear. 

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