Master Yoo’s Training Guide – Part 1 | BENEFITS OF MEDITATION BEFORE AND AFTER MARTIAL ARTS TRAINING
1. Benefits of meditation before martial arts training By meditating before martial arts training we are able to clear distractions and lead our consciousness into a single direction by receiving pure...
Improving Lung and Heart Condition by Developing Breathing Muscles
Assume proper push-up posture (palms under your shoulders, feet together, back straight)
Begin with inhale, and slowly bend your elbows while expanding your chest and tilting your head backwards to further expand your chest breathing muscles
Essential elements to become Leaders are SVA Smile + Voice + Action= SVA Smile Energy – This is more than just smiling. It means keeping a positive attitude even in difficult conditions. ...
‘Jeol’ is a expression of both ‘저:Jeo(My)’ and ‘얼:Eol(Spirit)’.
A ‘Jeol’, which is expressed from a healthy body and a bright mind, is not only beautiful and noble, but also delivers a communication with mother nature.
Depend on mental states of person, ‘Jeol’ can be expressed whether beautifully or perversely.
When a person ‘Jeol’ on one’s opposite, it is a gesture of respect for human beings.
On the other hand, if a person ‘Jeol’ in front of nobody, this person expresses his or her gratitude to the other human being or mother nature through spiritual connection.
Accordingly, we can persue harmony with the others and mother nature through proper ‘Jeol’ that makes energy filled with respect and gratitude.
Written by Ji do ja nim Yoo
Translated by Hyun soo Chung
Useful when opponent is in open stance (feet even). Apply front snap kick using instep of foot, targeting the genitals. Be sure to apply full snap and stay at safe distance by leaning upper body backwards as you perform the kick.