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Fix Stress With Qigong

Stress is a natural part of our life. The way we react to stress plays a major role in the health of our mind and body. Seventy-five percent of all doctor’s office visits in the USA are for stress-related ailments and complaints. If we don’t return our mind and body to its natural relaxed state then stress can lead to ill health, anxiety and depression.  But stress is very easily fixed with the practice of simple Shaolin Qigong movements which give us the peace and tranquility of a Shaolin Monk in the midst of our busy urban life. Your 7 Step Fix Stress Shaolin Qigong Plan 1) Stop ( even just for five minutes) - When we are “stressed-out”, it’s very difficult to stop...

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Shaolin Monk Stamina: Your 20 Day Training Program

In this 20 Day program, you will mix punches with push ups and kicks with squats. This will make your muscle lean and powerful and you will gain strength from the inside out. A person may be able to squat with 100kg weights but they can't raise their knee 100 times. A Shaolin Monk's training is different because they're not just training for strength or stamina, they're training for their martial arts.  This program is not suitable for beginners. ( Beginners can start with my Shaolin Kung Fu Novice Monk Training). This type of training is for martial artists who already know their bodies and want to take their martial art to the next level. 5 Rules For Your 20 Day Program  20 Days None Stop Training - Usually it's better for the body to...

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The 7 Principles Of Shaolin Martial Arts

When a disciple steps into the Shaolin Temple in China, alongside our physical training, we are given Zen sutras and various teachings on martial arts. These 7 principles for martial arts are devoted to forging the mind and body. They can also be applied to your everyday life.  Never Give Up - If your heart is strong, you can accomplish anything.Once you have decided on your Shaolin goal, cut off any road of retreat. Advance like an arrow from a bow. Burn your boats. Give yourself no choice. Always Practice - Shaolin Martial Arts is like boiling water, if you do not keep the flame high with continued training, your skill turns tepid. Standing, sleeping, awake or asleep, the Shaolin Warrior always practices. Never...

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Is Your Martial Art’s Making You Gain Weight?

Whenever I go back to China to see my family, I always gain weight. The combination of great food ( my sister’s a fantastic cook) and less training means I easily put weight on.  Lift a 3kg weight and it feels light but if you carry this 3kg weight around all day it soon becomes heavy.  Our metabolism - the rate at which we burn calories - starts to slow down from the age of twenty-five. This means that the martial arts you were doing last year is not going to be as effective for your metabolism this year. We all want to be at our peak weight. But this isn’t possible if we do the same workout year after...

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Take The 40-day Shaolin Warrior Challenge

At the Shaolin Temple, our masters told us that it took 40 days before any lasting change would happen in our mind and body. Buddha sat for 40 days under the Bodhi tree before he gained enlightenment. Jesus and Mohammed fasted for 40 days before they went back into the world to share their teachings.  Whether you're just starting out, or have been working with my teachings for many years and want to reinvigorate your practice and transform your mind and body into a Shaolin Warrior then the 40-day challenge is for you. It’s 40 days of putting a stronger emphasis on your practice, of training more than you usually would – which may mean getting out of bed an hour earlier...

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