Devoted to the most enigmatic and little-known aspect of training of Shaolin monks. Training methods allow supernatural abilites to develop, far beyond abilities of an ordinary man. The book was writen with the blessing and direct participation of the Head of the Shaolin Monastery Reverend Miao Xing, nicknamed "The Golden Arhat," one of the best Shaolin fighters of all times. These secret practices traditionally called "72 arts of Shaolin" or the essence of the Shaolin Combat Training.
Il TONG-ZI-GONG 'Yoga dei Monaci Guerrieri Shaolin-è un sublime metodo che"nutre la vita"coniugando asana dello Yoga Indiano,movimenti armonici del Taiji, respirazione Qi-Gong e spirito guerriero del Kung-Fu.La flessibilità è fondamentale:chi pratica il Tong-zi-gong(con esercizi esterni/interni e per potenza e postura)conserva inalterate agilità e abilità.Questo libro,XIII VOLUME dell'ENCICLOPEDIA SHAOLIN MONKSÂ®,è il 1Â° in assoluto in lingua occidentale a presentar le tecniche segrete dell'Arte più amata dai Maestri Shaolin.L'Autore,il MÂ°Shaolin Sri Rohininandana Das,monaco-missionario,ricevuto dai suoi Superiori la missione di divulgar in Occidente il messaggio culturale-terapeutico-marziale dell'autentica Tradizione Shaolin,presenta la I SISTEMATICA COMPLETA ENCICLOPEDIA sullo SHAOLIN (21volumi+ audio e video) a supporto dell'Abate del Tempio Shi-Yong-Xin affinchè SHAOLIN,luogo storico e Tradizione millenaria,sia presto elevato a PATRIMONIO CULTURALE UNESCO DELL'UMANITA.www.shaolinmonks.it
Ultimate Flexibility is the book you've been waiting for. More than a collection of exercises or an explanation of technique, Ultimate Flexibility is a complete guide to stretching for martial arts, from the very basics of why you should stretch to detailed workout guidelines for every style and level of martial arts practice.Written by acclaimed author and martial artist Sang H. Kim, Ultimate Flexibility is your guide to achieving maximum flexibility in your training. Begin with an in depth look at the hows and whys of flexibility and stretching.
The founding of the People's Republic of China in 1949 marked the end of an era of Chinese filmmaking, an era marked by a high level of artistic and technical development. Since that time, it has been impossible to separate filmmaking from politics. When the Chinese Communist Party has loosened controls and encouraged art and culture, the film industry has prospered. From A to Z, Abandon Superstitions (1958; Po Chu Mi Xing in Chinese) to Zuo Wenjun and Sima Xiangru (1984; Zuo Wen Jun Ahe Si Ma Xiang Ru), this comprehensive reference work provides filmographic data on 2,444 Chinese features released since the formation of the People's Republic of China. The films reflect the shifting dynamics of the Chinese film industry, from sweeping epics to unabashedly political docudramas, although straight documentaries are excluded from the current work. The entries include the title in English, the Chinese title (in Pinyin romanization with each syllable noted separately for clarity), year of release, studio, technical information (e.g., black and white or color, letterboxed or widescreen), length, technical credits, literary source (when applicable), cast, plot summary, and awards won.