TRAINING METHODS OF 72 ARTS OF SHAOLIN PDF
of the Shaolin GONG FU, and in no case it must be ignored. Training Methods of 72 Arts Training Methods of 72 Arts of Shaolin (Tanjin, ). Discourse of the Tutor Miao Xing about Training Exercises (LIEN GONG) and. Training of Effect of 72 Shaolin Arts on Breath QI and Blood XUE. 72 . Training Methods of 72 Arts of Shaolin. /Tanjin, /. Many hundreds of monks gained outstanding results and brought fame to Martial Arts of Shaolin for ever.
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The book "Training Methods of 72 Arts of Shaolin" by Jin Jing Zhong is devoted to the most Free PDF is available at yazik.info T ^ I!* R^5i IS! f 7 2 Tanjin, Jin Jing Zhong Training Methods of 72 Arts of Shaolin Tanjin, Editor: Andrew Timofeevich Translation: Wang Keze Oleg. AUTHENTIC SHAOLIN HERITAGE SERIES. For the first time the book describes full training methods in all 72 Shaolin Arts. Being until recently for outsiders the.
For the first time the book describes full training methods in all 72 Shaolin Arts. Being until recently for outsiders the most secret part of training of Shaolin monks, which made them invulnerable in fight, 72 Shaolin Arts at the present time become available to all who are ready to practice them persistently and with an open heart. Training methods described in the book allow to develop supernatural abilities, far beyond abilities of an ordinary man.
Training Methods of 72 Arts of Shaolin (Tanjin, ) .
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Leonid Serbin. One must not use this Art for suppression of people. One must not use his Power for deception of people. One must not rise over other people. It is necessary to breed the true greatness of Spirit.
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It is necessary to know about flaws to attain higher achievements. If there are achievements. Apt moment.. Strictly observe instructions. First of all. His disciple Jue Yuan could dodge several spears thrown at him. He gained such a mastery that he could easily move a stone weighing kg with a push of his leg.
The XIX-th century also knew a lot of true masters. For instance. He crushed huge stones with his elbow like with a diamond pestle and broke thick wooden beams with an arm blow. His contemporary.
Achievements of Monks-Warriors Chronicles of the Shaolin Monastery Shaolin Si Zhi preserved for us many names of monks-warriors from Shaolin who attained mystic heights of mastery and obtained superhuman abilities thanks to indefatigable training and diligent observance of true methods. Monk Hai Fa beat off arrows shot at him. Training methods described in the book allow to develop supernatural abilities. Monk Zhen Yue ran up a sheer wall of three meters high and mastered the art of "Light Steps".
Being until recently for outsiders the most secret part of training of Shaolin monks. Many hundreds of monks gained outstanding results and brought fame to Martial Arts of Shaolin for ever.
They are the base and essence of the Shaolin Combat Training. All of them attained such unusual abilities thanks to special secret practices traditionally called "72 Arts of Shaolin". About the Author "We collected all we had seen and heard. Engaged in traditional styles Kung Fu from his childhood.
Later trained military police. The book has been translated from the Chinese language for the first time.
An acute problem of preserving the Shaolin heritage for future generations arose. In the course of many centuries the methods were the base and core of Shaolin combat training. Most probably. The book presents full description of exercises and requirements to their execution.
Theoretical Fundamentals 1. Four-Part exercise Si Duan Gong 83 7. Exercise "Hand. I forgot about everything. I was always attracted by military path. It was none other than manifestation of my nature.
Clothed in black. My ancestors realized that my nature was open to the Martial Arts.
In my childhood I often played war. When I read some war stories. I sat astride on a wooden bench and imagined that I was galloping on a horse back toward some noble feats. My ancestors were well-known people. There were a lot of excellent masters. During those years I trained myself when it was hot and when it was cold. Training Methods of 72 Arts of Shaolin. During those five years I managed to master four kinds of Gong Fu and gradually comprehended profound sense of the Martial Arts.
Tutor Zhu knew this method very well. Jin Jing Zhong. I trained myself all the same. Then he was over 80 years old. When I grew up.
At that time I happened to meet tutor Yin De Kui. The requirements were very strict and I had to do my best. Sometime the tutor himself helped him and gave instructions to us.
They helped and admonished me. He liked my purposefulness and he started to teach me the style Luohan Quan.
As Guo Ze Yi had already learnt from the tutor during 30 years. I learnt many valuable things from them. In his time he received inheritance from tutor Zhang. This style differs from other schools.
Senior disciple Guo Ze Yi replacing the tutor taught us skills. I instantly understood that he was an excellent master and I became his apprentice with his permission.
I met a lot of practiced people experienced in Kung Fu. I often felt doubts. This Gong Fu has other names too: I was born in a family of officials. I did my best.
I am grateful to my lucky star for being engaged in the Martial Arts for 21 years. We hope that readers will make their comments that could be used to introduce corrections into the second possible editions.
During whole my life I was engaged in the Martial Arts. We collected all we had seen and heard. Mad Jin Jing Zhong from the family of Yanjing.
I listened to admonitions of my Tutors and learnt a lot. I diligently learnt and all my tutors were well-known people. It will be of no good. Let our Martial Art like the rising sun shines for the whole world.
I was taught. Was it done only to improve health or to become a tutor in Kung Fu and a hawker who sells a complex of movements TAO? Our Martial Arts are important means of strengthening the Nation and the State. Certificate for passing Government examination belonging to the author. Training Certificate belonging to the author. Honorary medal presented to the author. Diploma in teaching belonging to the author. Honorary gold medal presented to the author.
Bai Li Xian Painter www. Bai Li Xian in military uniform. Jin www. The compilers. From the right to the left: Jin Xiao Tian. Now serves in police of the town of Jinmeng. Wu Shu exhibition competition in Tanjin.
Has friendly and social character. His level of skills is quite high. Wrote manuals for bayonet combat. He also wrote a book about famous Wu Shu masters and several other works.
Chinese- Japanese competitions in Martial Arts. He was taught acrobatics and Shaolin Wu Shu at home. He has common muscles. Served in the North-Eastern Army as company commander.
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Jin En Shan. Then became a disciple of Yiang Jing Qing. In his childhood learnt acrobatics and Shaolin Wu Shu. Now works in a Tanjin newspaper. Jin En Liang. One can seldom meet those who really want to do exercises with zeal: to become a real hero, one must often feel bitter taste of hard labour.
This experience was obtained by hard exercises in combat arts during many epochs. The best samples of those seventy-two arts are such effective methods as qigong chi kung , breathing exercises chi, exercises to obtain hardness yinggong and lightness qinggong, acupoint massage dienxue, clenching arts qinna chin na , the art of setting dislocations and bones and others.
In all practices of the Seventy-two Arts at first the basic theory is studied and only then exercises are done. At first those who practice the arts train the softness of their sinews and bones and try to make agile all their joints and articulations. Then they set into motion the main breath zongli, strengthen the internal organs fu, improve blood state, consolidate body strength, control the cinnabar field and concentrate energy in it, overcome their desires and requirements.
The strength spreads on the four extremities and the hundred joints and articulations, now a fighter is in command of unlimited power and he can move off one thousand jins.
Your arm weighing only ten jins can move a thing weighing ten thousand jins with a stroke. Your arms are a head, your legs are a tail. Everything is permeated with a single movement, the body moves like a dragon. Teachers said: "Shaolin exercises develop forces of the whole human organism, all joints and bones; you are capable of striking with all parts of your body.At last, I was on the verge of losing my sight.
In such a way several years passed. One has to strive for exactness in details and observe all key requirements for method execution. Rodzidah Mohd Rodzi. Force emission goes through arms with the help of breast muscles.