Breathing is the start of all movement. Always start with the breathing and the rest will come. 1 Sit with your legs straight together and place your hands at your sides on the ground. sink the heels into the ground and pull the body from that point so your body creates a parallel to the… Read More Movement to release tension in the neck and calves.
Place one fist on the ground and keep your body straight in the up position of the push up. Keep breathing and count your heartbeats until you feel tension starting to build. Move the free shoulder to free the tension from setting in and repeat for the other side. It is a simple drill which… Read More One arm static push up
The examples are just a window to the mindset. 1 Put both boots on and then lace them. You don’t want to be in a firefight with one laced boot and one bleeding foot. 2 Always give credit when credit is due. No one soldier can win a war and a team is made or… Read More A bit of advice for the future servicemen.
So, How do I know my hitting is deep and not just swift pushing ? If you don’t have people to hit and you are not in the international space station it will be a good idea to start a group or join one if you can. For solo practitioners you can follow this simple… Read More Strike quality
n this video we learn to receive contact in a healthy way with no excess tension and while we continue to move freely and on the other hand or foot we learn to let go of excess movement and to sink into contact for a heavy deep hit. Have fun and continue to breath.