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Secret Martial Arts Breathing Technique Creates Massive Chi Power

June 11, 2012 | Comments: 0 | Views: 449

Yes, you can create chi power in your martial art with this a secret yoga breathing technique. You can use the techniquea in any martial art, be it karate or kung fu, taekwondo or jujitsu or whatever. And, hopefully you have come across this concept before, and this article will only lock in what you already know.

I had a fellow ask me about the breathing in Tai Chi Chuan. He was moving so slow when doing the tai chi long form that breathing was difficult. He was trying to figure out a pattern of breathing that would help him.

The pattern of breathing is the same for tai chi chuan as it is for karate or any other martial art. You breath in when the body contracts, and you breath out when the body expands. Thus, for a basic karate form with twenty moves, there should be approximately twenty breaths.

The body is an engine, it needs to be fed fuel at a certain rate, so you eat three squares a day (wholistic and pesticide free wheat grass... grin). It also needs oxygen at a certain rate, and so you breath thousands of times a day. Breathing in time with your movements aligns with the needs of the body.

Breathing in tune with your motion will make you more efficient in the use of your body. Simply, you must learn to relax and make efficient use of energy. You must become more efficient in your body movements.

Breathing once for every time you move will make your body make chi power. It will also educate you as yo the best way to utilize your body. Learning to breath properly through your martial arts patterns will educate you as to use your form more efficiently, and chi power will begin to amass in your movements.

An interesting exercise, if you really want to jack up your chi power, is to look at the breathing patterns of a discipline like yoga. In yoga you don't move, but you start elongating your breathing patterns. Thus, there is no in and out with motion, but there is much mental discipline.

Count slowly to four while breathing inwards, then count to eight while breathing outwards, and you will have five breathing cycles every minute. Now try this method with breathing in for five counts, and out for ten. Which period of time fits you?

Obviously, breathing times will alter as you progress and gain more mental discipline, and as your body becomes more powerful. Now trying going through your martial art, holding your positions for these longer breathing times. Doing this secret martial arts breathing technique is going to change you, and you are going to start feeling incredible amounts of chi power.

If you would like more Martial Arts Secret Methods, head to Monster Martial Arts. Check out the course on Yogata (The Yoga Kata).

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