Again, this is merely a
brief list of the Chinese Shao-Lin Center
To find some aspect of real Shao-Lin Kung-Fu elsewhere, you would have to travel thousands of miles around the world, pay hundreds of thousands of dollars, and employ the services of over a dozen different instructors. And even if you found someone teaching real Shao-Lin Kung-Fu, you would only find a fraction of the knowledge that the Chinese Shao-Lin Center has to offer!
When you study
at the Chinese Shao-Lin Center in Albuquerque, you are, without
a doubt, studying at the finest school in New Mexico - and at a
price that EVERYONE can afford and will
continue to afford throughout their lifetime of training! Classes
are exciting, challenging, healthy, and fun! Most
people notice a difference in health and fitness levels
after just a few weeks of training! See our SCHEDULE
page for class hours! And you are NEVER to old to start this healthy
The advantages of training on the Wooden Man are, that it can be hit as hard as the practitioner wishes, it can be trained for long hours whereas a partner might get bored. Also, the Wooden Man does not move much, thus the practitioner learns mobility while circling around the Wooden Man in conjunction with blocking and striking hand & foot techniques.
key benefits of training on a "Wooden Man" are:
Shaolin Iron Monk Training:
The development of Iron Monk training was designed to obtain the ancient Oriental training practices that the Chinese had known even before modern science. This training can easily be incorporated into any existing Martial Arts program. It can be used to prepare for offensive or defensive encounters.
Protecting oneself from injury is the inevitable reasoning behind hard body conditioning. Eventually, even slight bruising will heal almost before it is noticed.
Iron Monk training is extremely versatile and can provide the
following benefits if used as suggested:
Rod of Iron can be applied on any desired part of the body, but
is not suggested to be use directly on any joints.
Mo's I Chin Ching (49 Muscle-Tendon Change Classic: