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Articles on USAdojo.com about internal and external work in the martial arts.

Tai Chi Master Willie Lim Takes Tai Chi to the Next...

Tai Chi Master Wille Lim has taken Tai Chi to the next level. As a practitioner of Yang Style Tai Chi Chuan from Chen...

Tai Chi Chuan’s Powerful Self Defense

Tai Chi Chuan's powerful self defense movements are so well hidden or disguised that by the time one's enemies see it or realize it, they...

A Frank Conversation About Internal Power in Martial Arts

Internal power training merits every martial artist’s attention because it is seldom presented in the current traditional understanding of Karate, Kung fu or Tae...

Science of Karate: Vertical Slingshot

To me,  the process of learning karate techniques has always meant uncovering the technique's true nature and looking for the “magic” hidden deep inside....

White Crane Style Kung Fu Training

To my knowledge, this text is among the first of its kind to formally document the Fukien White Crane system of Shaolin Kung-Fu. Fukien White...

Break It Down: Breaking in Martial Arts

A prevailing image associated with the martial arts is that of an intense, screaming guy in pajamas screaming as he breaks a board, or...

Internal Work In Wushu Training: Qigong

COMBINING "internal'' and "external" work is an important aspect of wushu training and commands great attention in all schools of martial arts. Changquan (long-range...

Internal and External Work: A Composite Organism

As a composite organism in wushu training, internal and external work helps to make a martial artist strong outwardly and sturdy inwardly. DOWN through the...

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