This is the January 2014 issue of Vegan Health and Fitness Magazine. It is a great issue featuring great articles about regaining health by adopting a vegan diet. Dr. Ramirez discusses Catch Wrestling, Sanda, Eastern Medicine in his interview. Get your copy today!
Wu Style Taiji Quan is a later version of Taiji Quan originally developed in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s. It is a type of Gong Fu (Kung Fu) exercise that challenges the mind and body, with practical self-defense applications.Unfortunately, the original movement sequence (form, kata) is no longer taught, or known by mostContinue reading “Learn Authentic Wu Style Taiji Quan (Tai Chi Chuan)”
The May edition of Women’s Health Magazine touts the benefits of martial arts training, in particular the high caloric expenditure. It states that students burn, on average 500 calories per hour. Martial arts workouts also, “boost your metabolism, improve your balance, and chisel a strong, stunning physique.” Martial arts training incorporates punching and kicking, whichContinue reading “Martial Arts Training Burns High Amount of Calories”
Last Saturday, the Chinese Sanda team defeated Thailand’s Muay Thai team 4 fights to 1. Come learn this dominating style. Come learn Sanda with Nei Jing Eastern Medicine! Classes are Tuesdays and Thursdays at 2pm at AMMS gym, 11677 National Blvd. West L.A., CA 90064.For video of the fights, click here.
An intense and dynamic workout, Sanda or 散打, tests your levels of cardiovascular and muscular endurance. Sanda is a full-contact sport fighting style that transforms the whole body into a weapon. Utilizing punches, kicks, elbows, knees, and spectacular takedowns and slams, it can be a very exciting sport to watch. It has become one ofContinue reading “Description of Sanda”