Shaolin Practice to Strengthen the Fists

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How successfully you can throw a punch depends on a number of things, including the overall strength of your fists. Get Shaolin practice to strengthen the fists with help from a specialist in traditional Wing Chun Kung Fu in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Sifu Keith Mazza of the Traditional Wing Chun Kung Fu Academy in Mount Laurel, New Jersey. Right now we're going to discuss Shaolin methods to develop our fists. I'm going to give you two exercises today, a beginner and an advance; I will caution you though, when you do these exercises to apply Dit Da Jow liberally to the hands. You can pick it up at any Chinese apothecary. The first exercise we'll begin with a little shock ups off a wall. Rob will have his fists position on the wall, elbows are shoulder width apart. The elbows locked, back is relaxed. He's now going to press his scapula and then press off the wall and bounce back on the wall again. Two, three, four; one more, five. Good. The constant banging of the knuckles against the wall help develop bone density which will make your fists nice and hard, practical purpose is in real life application. Do not forget to apply Dit Da Jow liberally both before and after. The events exercise is from a push up position on the floor. Rob is in fist position, he'll kick his legs out and back to hold the plank. Once again he's in collapse his scapula and shock up off the floor, bounce back on his fists. One more, good. Now once again, when you do this technique, make sure you apply Dit Da Jow liberally. This was Shaolin practice to strengthen the fists. Once again, I'm Sifu Keith Mazza from the Traditional Wing Chun Kung Fu Academy in Mount Laurel, New Jersey. If you enjoyed what you just saw, please feel free to visit our website, www.traditionalwingchun.com. Thank you.

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