Kung Fu – Elbow and Leg Power

Training is Training and Fighting is Fighting! The fourth week of Kung Fu family and I have learned that traditional Kung Fu moves can be combined with a free fight. That's a way you get the best practical skills for self-defense or fight.

This training purpose is to increase your leg power and get your hips to move smoothly.

First, make movements in a higher stand position, then learn to do movements correctly in the lowest possible standing position.
When defending or attacking, your standing position is higher and this training makes you fast and strong. That’s way fights will be short and simple.

This training purpose is increasing your Elbow power.
The elbow needs to be more durable, so do it by hitting boxing sack, trees, and any hard surface. Then you train that you hit the elbow, not part of the hand.

To be able to use your elbow in a fight, you must able to be so close to your opponent that you hear her breathe.

 

Here, the school looks more like the army, children’s march carrying a flag and wear a uniform. They come to visit and try Kung Fu and we all teach them.

Here, students in schools are marching everywhere, and they are told what to do, so they are not individuals and can not freely be creative.
European children’s are so lucky, they are able to grow more freely and learn what they want.

Author: admin

When you come near (like me) or over 50 years, remember that age is just numbers, be brave and go on an adventure! I still looking for new adventures and purpose of the life, even though to be a Father of 4 and Grandfather of 2 children’s is already a lifelong adventure.

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  1. Ai, että mä en kestä! Ihana nähä sua kuvissa pitkästä aikaa!! Ku en o kerenny blogii ees lukee!! Ja nyt ku tulin lukee vähä, ni tuli ihan hymy ja rakkauden tunne, ku sain nähdä sut parissa kuvassa! Upeita kuvia! On niiiin ikävä!!!!!!!!!!!!!! <3 <3 <3

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