Thursday, July 18, 2013

New Excerpt From Inside Zhan Zhuang

New Excerpt from Inside Zhan Zhuang

From the Section 'Internal Martial Power'

"As far as internal martial arts are concerned, standing meditation is a most vital practice, that is, if one wants to obtain a really serious achievement. In most cases in the past it was a closely guarded secret. 

All the great martial artists of years gone by were taught it, and why? Because dedicated practice unifies the body’s Chi faster and more completely than any other method. 

The three major internal styles all use a form of Zhan Zhuang to develop power. In Xingyi it’s the Santi posture, in Bagua its the pidgin-toed stances and other standing postures and in Tai Chi it’s the Wuji posture at the beginning of the form as well as a number of the various Tai Chi form postures."

For more information, please join me at NEIJIATODAY.COM this SUNDAY JULY 21 6:00PM Eastern for my Webinar entitled 'ZHAN ZHAUNG and the INTERNAL MARTIAL ARTS.'

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