Waking up is hard to do

Discussion on the three big Chinese internals, Yiquan, Bajiquan, Piguazhang and other similar styles.

Re: Waking up is hard to do

Postby taiwandeutscher on Thu Apr 28, 2022 7:04 am

5am getting up, have a glas of warm water
5.30 -7.30 train in the dance room of the sports club
then breakfast, reading, RSFing (much too late today)
9.30 - 11 sitting, daoyin, ground work, additional stuff (ruler, ball, long pole)
11.30 early lunch
have a nap
14-18 garden work, or translating when bad weather
some TV (animal planet's apes, I love) or PC work
bed at 22
Retired life is so wonderful!
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Re: Waking up is hard to do

Postby Doc Stier on Thu Apr 28, 2022 8:53 am

Breaking up is hard to do. Waking up is easy. Every good training regimen after waking up is only as good as our consistent self-discipline in seriously practicing everyday. Anything less is little more than a deluded pipe dream, which only produces small benefits and very little real skill in the long run.
"First in the Mind and then in the Body."
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