Book: Phillip Starr «Developing Jin: Silk-Reeling in Tai Chi And the Internal Martial Arts»
Developing Jin provides a complete and progressive training regimen for increasing and refining chansi-jin, also known as silk-reeling power or coiling power. With step-by-step instructions and photographs, experienced teacher Philip Starr walks readers through a variety of techniques designed to help practitioners feel and use jin in their martial arts training. While much of the existing writing on jin relies on cryptic and mystical descriptions of internal power, Starr takes a direct, no-nonsense approach that addresses commonly held myths and identifies the real body mechanics behind this unusual power. Useful for novices and advanced practitioners alike, Developing Jin is a crucial addition to any serious martial artist's library.
Издательство: "Blue Snake Books" (2014)
Формат: 150x230, 224 стр.
ISBN: 978-1-58394-760-9 Купить за 1373 руб на Озоне
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