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Tuesday, 07 July 2009 20:47

Exercise 13
To stand kicking

The order of the movements conducted is as follows:
Stand upright and kick several times in succession after kicking two times t gently oward your front with your left leg. Then it is the turn of your right leg to kick in the same way.
Kick several times in succession after kicking two times gently toward your left side with your left leg. Then it is the turn of your right leg to kick in the same way.

Function:
The practice follows the exercise of rotating your two knees. It is all right to move the joints of your legs and relax your muscles again.



Exercise 14
To rotate your eyeballs
The order of the movements conducted is as follows:
Take turns looking upward and downward six times with your head unmoved.
Take turns looking right and left six times with your head unmoved.
Take turns rotating your eyeballs right and left six times before taking turns looking right and left several times again.
Clench your fists tightly while rotating your eyeballs, which is helpful in coordinating the nerves.

Function:
This practice can strengthen eyesight, prevent short-sightedness, far-sightedness, presbyopia and fuzzy eyesight. Meanwhile it can improve your eyesight and the flexibility of your eyes.



Exercise 15
To rotate the cervical vertebra 
The order of the movements conducted is as follows:
Take turns moving your neck left and right six times.
Take turns rotating your neck left and right six times.
Take turns bending your neck forward and backward six times.
Stretch your neck forwards six times.
Raise your neck six times before rotating it left and right several times and moving it left and right several times.
In order to finish all of the practices, take turns rotating your arms forwards and backwards two times or three times respectively before expanding your chest. Repeat the movements again before swing your arms upwards and downwards and rubbing your face.

Function:
This practice can relax the muscles, soften the neck, activate the cervical vertebra and unblock the circulation of energy and blood. It can prevent the arms from aches, pains and paralysis which are caused by the cervical vertebra oppressing nerves, and prevent dizziness, headaches, the meager oxygen and blood in the brain and stroke caused by the neck being oppressed. Therefore, to those who suffer from the pain in the back of the head, dizziness, the stiffness and aches in the neck muscles, the aches and pains in the arms, the practice has the function of alleviating their sufferings.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 07 July 2009 23:05