Z-Health Gets My Highest Recommendation for Martial Artists

When the first Zen master to China, Bodhidharma, observed the monks at Shaolin temple, he found them all weak and unable to defend themselves because of lack of exercise. Thus he taught them tendon stretching exercises, which was the beginning of Shaolin kung-fu.

If all you do is meditate, you’ll still have physical problems if you don’t stretch or exercise, but as we all know, exercise is a pain or nuisance. So what do you do?

I’m always looking for the best of the best, and in terms of a quick exercise plan for joint mobility that will

1) help you eliminate pain and

2) attain full range of motion in ALL your joints, and works your entire body without having you break a sweat

3) which is based on studying the athletic performance of superstar athletes,

4) which only takes 10 minutes per day - incredible but true!!!

5) and basically smoothes the whole chi of your body so that sexual desire will not bother you so much (if you’re cultivating),

6) has enabled people to GREATLY GREATLY improve their martial arts

What have I found? I recommend Z-health. In just days you’ll see a tremendous improvement with this 10 minute routine that doesn’t involve youlifting weights, running or anything more strenuous other than flexing your joints, in a standing position three times. No sweating, no pain, no nuisance. But because you exercise your joints through their full range of motion, not only do you open your joints for better tai chi or other forms of martial arts, but you retrain your brain and nervous system as well.

I've seen miracles with this stuff after just 2-3 seessions. Miracles.

Incredible results. The best of the best. I recommend this for all cultivators, or for parents who want their children to excel in sports. These routines are the basis of Olympic results. If you are learning martial arts and have reached a plateau in practice, and even if you have not, I recommend two things: (1) breathing practices and (2) Z-health.

In India we have yoga for muscle stretching. China has Tai chi and kung-fu exercises and its own form of bone-setting. Russia has its own form of exercise yet different than these (see the work of Sonnon and Pavel Tsatsouline). And in the  West we have our own peculiar forms of bodywork (Rolfing, IMT, Barnes method, visceral massage, lymph drainage, strain-counterstrain, etc.) and exercises from peak performance studies of atheletics… and now Zhealth.

If you are a cultivator fighting sexual desire, one of the problems is often that your chi is not evenly balanced or smooth. This can help you eliminate or reduce the problem when it bothers you, and it only takes 10 minutes. So simple, so quick -- no sweating, no huffing or puffing or anything like that. Finally, something that can help all the men who write me for this advice. For that alone it’s a Godsend, but the results of correcting mobility problems from working at the computer, past accidents and so forth is incredible.

Check it out…



 



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