Hello forum siblings! I have a question about what Bruce's take is on anaerobic and aerobic exercise as understood in the internal martial arts. I have studied purely internal arts now for 6 years, and I see my belly growing by the year.
Recently, I was introduced to metabollic conditioning, where anaerobic exercises are introduced with precise interval training (Tabata method). This is supposed to be the optimal way to store and tap energy for any type of activity.
My curiosity is what B K Frantzis feels in this regard as a means to maintaining optimal health? Anybody please?
Because Dragon and Tiger Qigong is a simple and effective qigong practice, it is taught to students at the College of Integrated Chinese Medicine. Tracing the meridian lines helps our students to become more sensitive to both their own and their patients' chi and enables them to become better acupuncturists.