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Book 7 - Coaching & Instructor Training Guide

Book 7 - Coaching & Instructor Training Guide

This is the same study guide as Book 6, but with added appendixes to help aid the instructor, the teach or the coach, whether in martial arts, fitness, or other endeavors where knowledge of mentoring and social interaction is imperative. The extra appendixes include the Energetic Anatomy Glossary and over 20 pages of types notes on concepts, theories and philosophy. This Information easily coincides with approximately 2 years of practice, specifically in training and teaching of martial arts, yoga, wellness, mind/body cultivation, and mentoring in general. The warrior, the scholar, and the sage can be found or developed in all walks of life, regardless of profession, age, background, etc.

132 page study guide consisting of explanations & color graphics of qigong, martial arts exercises, the human life cycle, components of fitness and many other subjects pertaining to mental and physical well being.

These booklets are the summation of over 40 years of my training, education, teaching and public speaking of martial arts, qigong, fitness, wellness, TCM and other facets of self-improvement. Similar to popular study guides such as Quick Study or PermaCharts, these graphic and text guides cut to the chase in order to minimize precious time spent muddling through extensive textbooks seeking understanding of specific concepts. Each guide is packed with the root knowledge regarding specific topics. This format is highly beneficial for the novice as well as experts in the fields of health, wellness and self-improvement.

The majority of my knowledge base is in theories, methods and techniques from almost 40 years of learning, training and teaching. The Qigong (breathing work) is from Chinese Kung Fu and the Korean Dong Han medical Qigong lineage. I have also gained much knowledge of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) from many TCM practitioners, martial arts masters, teachers and peers. This includes many techniques and practices of acupressure (reflexology, auricular, Jing Well, etc.), acupuncture, moxibustion as well as preparation of some herbal remedies and extracts for conditioning and injuries. I have been studying for over 20 years with Zen Wellness, learning medical Qigong as well as other Eastern methods of fitness and self awareness. I have been recognized as a “Gold Coin” master instructor having trained and taught others for at least 10000 hours or roughly over 35 years. The core fitness movements are from Kung Fu and its forms in Baguazhang and Ship Pal Gi (Korean Kung Fu and weapons training). Each martial art and its fitness exercises can complement and enhance one another. The more ways that you can move your body, the better it is for your overall health.