Movement, strength, and usage are 3 main building blocks of PHK Pyramid.
Read a dozen of practical training tips and watch a short action trailer from our 15th PHK Summer Camp!
- Internal Breathing Exercises (Noi Gung)
Relax, smile, and enjoy the exercise.
- Joint Mobility Drills (Ling Wut Sing)
Reps = your age. Example: If you are 36 years old, do 36 reps od each drill.
- “Three Stances” (Saam Ma Sik)
Tilt the pelvis in “Bow and Arrow Stance” (Ji Ng Ma), point the belly button up, turn the rear hip forward.
- “Stance Training” (Jaat Ma)
Pull your hips out of the sockets, make a tall spine. If you stand correctly, int is actually quite easy and pleasant exercise.
- “Strength Training” (Lin Gung)
- “The Art of Relaxation” (Lin Gung)
The key to speed, explosive power, stamina, and regeneration. Do the drills between the sets and exercises.
- Basic Boxing Techniques (Kyun Faat)
1-2 is a foundation for everything else.
- Set (Kyun Tou)
For next 30 days, choose just one set, and practice it 3x a day, every day.
- Combatives (Jin Dau)
Keep your hands up, fake, and hit first. It has to be a grenade!
- Sparring (Saan Da)
Don’t stay in front of him – brawling is a Russian roulette, not martial art. Press him, or draw him, use sidesteps to create the angle and bang! (bang! – BANG!).
- Stretching (Yau Gwat Gung)
Light stretching every day, 3x-4x a week more intensive session. Last thing in the training or in the day.
- Final Advice
Consistency beats intensity. Practice not only things you like, but things you need.
Discples, thank you for an awesome week. Tek, Da, Seut, Na – Sat Yung Hung Kyun!
Pavel Macek Sifu, Practical Hung Kyun
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