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By Robert Chu

14 стилей Вин Чун в одной книге с изложенным сравнением каждой из системы с точки зрения истории, принципов, основ и методов обучения.14 sorts of Wing Chun in a single e-book with comparisons outlining each one approach when it comes to background, ideas, fundamentals and coaching tools.

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The warm-up techniques raise the body temperature, improve mobility, reduce potential injuries and ingrain movement patterns. The static stretches restore muscle length, reduce recovery time, avoid injury and even aid performance. Picture a tennis player’s wide lunge for the ball, a golfer coiling back in preparation to swing or a road cyclist dropping into an aerodynamic position. Stretching by Anatomy Stretches for the Neck and Shoulders Many of us have suffered with a stiff neck or shoulders at some point.

Warm muscles respond better to stretching. HOW LONG SHOULD I HOLD A STRETCH? According to studies, 30 seconds is the ideal amount of time to hold a stretch. Beyond this, little more is gained in terms of flexibility. Of course, this depends who you talk to. Sports scientists would probably say 20-30 seconds while some schools of yoga hold postures for three minutes. I think it depends on what you’ve done prior to stretching and which muscle group you are targeting. For example, a minute would seem like a long time to stretch the delicate neck muscles if they are a little stiff, but you can hold a stretch for the larger, thicker muscles of the hips after a long bike ride and still deepen the stretch after two minutes.

When teaching seated spinal twists, I encourage students to divide the rotation into three parts: first, turn from the lower back and stop; then, turn from the middle back and shoulders and stop; and finally, rotate your head as far as is comfortable. BASIC SEATED TWIST Sit with your legs out straight. Bend your left leg and step it over your right. Wrap your right arm around your leg and hug your leg into your body. Drop your left fingertips onto the floor behind your back and begin to rotate the torso to the left in stages: lower back, mid back and shoulders, and head.

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