You can do anything you want...as long as you know how!!!
A famous quote from Grandmaster Mark Gates
From a favorite Hsing Yi Teacher of mine Grandmaster Yang Fukui
More HIT ~ Less SPIT!!!
From my Senior Student...Master Po!
NO Kung Fu faster than Speeding Bullet!!!
Kung Fu Grandmaster...Peter Kwok!
The key to everything is patience. You get the chicken by hatching the egg, not by smashing it.
Some philosopher...Arnold H. Glasgow!
Yi Chuan Mind Body Boxing Xing Yi Quan
In order to optimize your training, it is suggested you
establish a training schedule. Since not all students
are sure what to do or how to do this, here are some
It is always best to practice everyday, try your
best even if it is 5 minutes.
It is better to practice more times per week than to
practice less but for a longer duration. Simply
the repition daily, or regularyly, is needed to retain
and progress. Hence refer to rule number 1,
The more you practice, the better you will get.
Recommended 30 - 45 Minute Training Regimen
Warm-up before you start to get deep into your
workout, 5 - 10 minutes.
Practice at least two of the eight "Basic Stances,"
10 sets each stance, 5 minutes.
Practice all of the newest material you are learning
every workout, 10 minutes.
Practice at least one of you basic forms three
times, 5 minutes.
Practice at least one of your intermediate forms
three times, 5 minutes.
Pracitce at least one of your advanced forms at
least three times, 10 minutes.
Practice qigong, standing meditation for at least 5
minutes to cool down and center.
If at all possible, try to practice at least every
Stress relief, increased muscle strength,
improved coordination, improved flexibility, lowering of
blood pressure, improve arthritis, increase bone density,
Improve your cardio vascular system, etc...
Gain the self confidence to defend yourself,
your family, and your friends if necessary.
Bring the Mind, Body, & Spirit together
through the meditative or focus training.