Internal Training

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To increase internal strength and the capability to hold the musculoskeletal structure with tensegrity, and use the mind to attain the neuromuscular signals to emanate power, the training methods need to be specific and purposeful. These methods have been developed to help the student ascertain the sensations and enhance an awareness of center and to […]

Cause and Effect

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The Universal Law of Cause and Effect and how it pertains to the body and it’s issuing of power is very crucial. With every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. When you are issuing power in one direction there will be an opposite and equal power being recoiled back into the body. The […]

Fundamental Principles of Power

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Being Calm: We have to trust our calm presence rather than our body’s power or our emotional exhilaration. The majority of us are controlled by, and identified with the mind, and so the mind influences and appears to control everything we do. Your thoughts are what make up your life and movement. Relaxing: Relax all […]

Awareness

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If we stack all of the systems of the body so that they fall in unity with the earth, we need only use the minimum amount of force to hold musculoskeletal structure. This is particularly significant in movement, since any discrepancies in our posture when standing is magnified by momentum and the constant need to […]

Mind & Neuromuscular Connections

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The human body is an intelligent organism constantly re-creating itself in response to stimuli. Some of these stimuli are innovative and sought-after knowledge acquired through training. In this dominion of new and advantageous knowledge, NMR (Neuromuscular Reprogramming) can contribute a great deal to the internal martial artist and their quest for the power of a […]

Mind & Neuromuscular Connections (Martial Arts)

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An internal martial artist focuses on enhancing their perception of the body, movement and force (energy) through the development of their mind and increased awareness of its control over the psychological and physiological attributes of their body. The first step in an internal practitioner’s training is that they must concentrate on developing heightened coordination between […]