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Combat Tai Chi Videos: Internal Iron Body For Street Survival
Sigung Richard Clear Releases New Internal Iron Body Special Video Package Deal
Sigung Clear's Combat Tai Chi Videos focus on building power physically and internally in simple and practical ways to create an individual who can survive a violent street attack. He says internal power is basically about specific training to hit harder and harder with less and less effort. He encourages his students to fight smarter and develop the internal aspect necessary for true 'Internal Power.'
This can lead to various principles such as 'Iron Body' And 'Steel Wrapped in Cotton' as well as developing Fa Jing strikes and Dim Mak hits.
Even though Sigung Clear wants people to be able to have real life street self defense solutions, he encourages the learning process to be done slowly. He says in one of his trainings, "It’s very easy to get caught in the trap of playing to win. But if a person wins too quickly they don’t learn anything and now they are just training bad habits again. So, use as much power and skill as one can possibly muster but do so as excruciatingly slow as they can possibly stand to train. The slower the movement the more likely errors will be noticed."
An introduction to Sigung Clear's video instruction can be found here: http://www.clearstaichi.com/
He also addresses practical aspects such as awareness, being ready for a fight should one need to fight, and how to stay calm and focused in a street real situation. His extensive knowledge on how to prepare and respond to real life street threats are apparent in the videos as he gives step-by-step instructions on a vast variety of self defense situations that could occur.
Never moving too quickly yet staying focused and giving plenty of examples with the right amount of explanation Sigung Richard Clear's Combat Tai Chi Videos provide a balance to give you just what you need to concentrate on so you quickly understand what you need to do to begin developing internal power.
Sigung Clear finishes up by saying, "The martial arts are not meant to be pondered and theorized and placed on a pedestal. They are meant to be taught, learned and USED in all aspects of daily life."
For more please visit: http://www.clearstaichi.com/
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