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Tendon Nei Kung: Building Strength, Power, and Flexibility in the Joints

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  • Posted August 18, 2009

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    How to Strengthen Your Tendons & Feel Energized

    In Tendon Nei Kung, Mantak Chia explains how tendon training is an important aspect of one's essential health and well-being in many ways. Not only can we attain greater strength and power by learning some simple yet powerful postures and exercises, but we can also minimize the risk of contracting arthritis later in life, and reduce the effects of arthritis if and when it does develop. Additionally, tendon training can greatly boost one's sense of having more energy, and it also helps improve the vitality of one's inner organs.

    Mantak Chia describes eight basic postures, that when done regularly, can move poisoning acids out of one's body while encouraging the healthy flow of Qi. Tendon Nei Kung is a complete stand-alone book which contains full descriptions of each recommended technique and posture without requiring the reader to read additional books. Mantak Chia makes the point that best results come from following these recommended practices while focusing on enjoying the movements and the process, rather than fixating on results. Tendon strengthening takes time, and patience is necessary. Tendon training is not to be confused with weight training, in other words!

    I especially love the Mung Bean exercises included toward the end of Tendon Nei Kung, as they provide readers with a powerful means to strengthen and repair damaged or weak tendons in ways that truly encourage tendons to grow. With direct, practical tips, Mantak Chia shares powerful, time-tested methods which have been taught by generations of Taoist Qi Gong masters, with elegant simplicity and modest compassion befitting modern day Taoist Qi Gong master, Mantak Chia.

    The photographs and step-by-step instructions make this book a real treasure, and something that once you try it out, you likely won't want to share, as you'll feel the need to keep it on hand so you will stay inspired to keep improving your tendon strength.

    Highly recommended!

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