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Tag Archives: Chi Kung

Chi kung, also written qigong, is thousands of years old. It is a system of meditation exercises that promotes physical and spiritual health through deep breathing. Chi kung practitioners strive to stimulate and balance the internal flow of chi energy by blending movement, breathing and meditation. Chi kung concentrates on curing sicknesses, enhancing vitality, developing internal force, expanding the mind, and promoting youthfulness, longevity and spiritual advancement.

In Memory of Bruce Lee: What Many of Us Haven’t Learned From His Death

Wednesday, July 29th, 2015

Black Belt’s entertainment blogger has a personal story to tell about Bruce Lee, and it has the potential to benefit all martial artists.
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Posted in Bruce Lee.

15 Popular Beliefs About Training at Shaolin Temple — Are They True or False?

Wednesday, March 11th, 2015

What you see in movies about Shaolin Temple kung fu isn’t always true. Get the scoop from a martial artist who’s made annual training trips to Shaolin for 17 years.
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Posted in Shaolin Kung Fu.

Vintage Martial Arts Movies: Jackie Chan and Jet Li in The Forbidden Kingdom

Friday, March 18th, 2011

Jackie Chan. Jet Li. In the same movie. ‘Nuff said, right?

Well, not quite. But fans of “J&J” (Jackie Chan and Jet Li, as the studio calls them) have waited to hear those eight words in the same sentence for 25 years, and all it took was the director of Stuart Little and the writer of
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Posted in Jackie Chan Movies, Jet Li Movies, Martial Art Movies.