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Kung Fu Body Conditioning



Body conditioning is a prerequisite in traditional kung fu training. The purpose of body conditioning is to strengthen the entire bodys structure for the rigors of martial arts practice, gradually strengthening your bones, joints, and muscles. This allows you to develop speed, root, and explosive power without injury. Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming offers one-on-one instruction of martial arts qigong exercises. Learn tips for working with weight vests. Train partner drills for reaction speed and sense of distance. Arm Conditioning Techniques: Candle punching, Pull-ups, Cinderblock flipping, Wooden post punching, and more. Leg Conditioning Techniques: Stance training, Jumping and kicking, Standing on bricks, Log running, and more. You can become more fit and flexible, improve the health of your spine and internal organs, and enhance your cardiovascular endurance. -  Suggested Retail Price: $ 39.95


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Kung Fu Body Conditioning  Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming

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