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wiesiek wrote:Nothing extraordinary in it /time needed/, Leishen. Average daily 5-6 h of training is kinda of standard
in any "hig level" /professional or olympic if you prefer/ sport activity
ps If you use qi gong as the medicine when sick 4 h is the minimum of the recommended time !
wiesiek wrote:Nothing extraordinary in it /time needed/, Leishen
Average daily 5-6 h of training is kinda of standard
in any "hig level"
/professional or olympic if you prefer/ sport activity
Tesshu wrote:Over time training usually becomes more effective.
Out of 10 repetitions a beginner maybe does 8-9 totally wrong and the other 1-2 just a bit wrong. Advanced students will change this towards a better ratio.
Imagine a "master" of something doing 9 out of 10 repetitions well.
To get 10 good repetitions he has to do a maximum of 10-20 repetitions. A beginner will have to do 10 times of that.
So I think with holding postures you should work on standing quite long. Later on, when you feel the effects coming regularly, you can reduce that time again, because it gets more effective.
wiesiek wrote:I agree with Tesshu too,
this is true if we considering technique only
we can call it >external < part
>internal< part doesn`t works exactly the same...
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