Both feet are assuming T-eight post. Both hands stretching on the same line horizontally, elbow slightly bending, center of palm facing down at navel level, now you start like "propelling a boat by the leverage of an oar" with a rowing movement. Both hands are seizing the oar and moving it backward, upward, forward and backward: this wheeling movement characterizes the Rowing Testing force. Shoulders should be relaxed. Increase gradually the resistance feeling in your movements.
(4) Issuing force method
After sufficient time practicing Rowing testing force, the resistance feeling that you find in it is now substantial then you can start practicing Splashing Issuing force. Splashing Issuing force helps you in fact to externalize your internal power. Posture and movement are the same then in as Rowing Testing force, imagine that both hands are holding a basin containing water that you want throw as far as possible. Movement: foot kicks ground, hands like swinging forcefully the water contained the imaginary basin very far in the same use your mind to throw it even further.
During just the issuing force phase, your movement should be fast, but in preparation and returning phase movement should be slow. Gradually increase in Splashing Issuing force the resistance feeling.
The focus of Lower limbs testing force training is to strengthen contraction/relaxation ability of foot and shank muscles. It is in fact an answer to the general saying "information relies on how foot is stamping".
For any normal human being, leg and foot provide supportive function for the body but also are essential for movements such as stepping and lifting leg, walking and running, jumping and squatting etc. but also all kinds of movements with bending and stretching limbs and body displacement.
For every movement, in normal situation, just one part of all your muscles is really involved in the contraction/relaxation process, all these "active" muscles are called "working muscles". What about the others muscles? Most of them are resting so we call them "resting muscles".
Lower limbs Testing force is in fact mobilizing muscles of leg and foot which where originally in resting state, requesting them to increase contraction and stamping intensity within a determined physical training.
During this training, you should deeply concentrate your mental up to its highest degree, use your mind to control consciously these resting muscles and request them to perform contraction/relaxation cycles, in the same time to develop in your cerebral cortex new conditioned reflexes related to the excitation of these resting muscles, up to the level where they will simultaneously burst powerfully under the slightest solicitation.
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