Kung Fu Animal Power Fu Book Tiger (Paperback)

Kung Fu Animal Power Fu Book Tiger By Connor S. Jensen (Illustrator), Rachel Jensen, Rachel Jensen (Photographer) Cover Image
By Connor S. Jensen (Illustrator), Rachel Jensen, Rachel Jensen (Photographer)
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Kung Fu Animal Power uses 18 different Animals to teach classic virtues, build strong athletic bodies with good posture and body mechanics, and learn self defense. This Fu (or Lucky Fun Book) is a guide for students in the Kung Fu Animal Power program who are learning the Tiger. In this book you will learn all about the lessons of the Tiger that you will study in class including. Tiger Virtue: Dynamic - Do Your Best Learning how to do your best is one of the most important lessons in life. Doing your best helps you succeed in everything you do. Tiger Body Mechanic Lesson: Explosive Power The Tiger teaches how to release the coiled power of your body all at once. Learning how to use the power of your entire body makes all of your actions far stronger. Tiger Drills: Push Ups (Learn The Secret Kung Fu Way ) Learn how to do 9 different types of push ups with proper technique and breathing. Build your strength and power quickly Tiger Moves: Tiger Palms A Tigers fierce leap knocks its prey to the ground. Your Tiger Palms will also knock your opponent to the ground. All 6 Tiger Palms are both pushes and strikes. This Fu Book has photos of all the Tiger Moves and Drills. You'll also find: Fun Facts About Real Tigers Discussion Questions Great Games Drawings to Color Learn how to Write Tiger in Chinese Learn How to Write "Do Your Best" in Chinese Tiger Story "Tiger Leaps into Fire " Tiger Idiom and Folk Story " Ma, Ma, Hu, Hu" or "Horse, Horse, Tiger, Tiger.

About the Author

Scott Jensen is the creator of Kung Fu Animal Power, Head Instructor of 10,000 Victories Kung Fu, President of the Chinese Cultural, Healing and Martial Arts Association, a 501(c)3 non-profit, and an International Gold Medalist.

Product Details
ISBN: 9781542509251
ISBN-10: 1542509254
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Publication Date: February 1st, 2017
Pages: 42
Language: English

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