Last night, before hitting the rack, I went through a simple
bridging routine. I alternated the back bridge and the front
bridge and the gymnastic bridge (see pic).
You may wonder, why do I do these bridging exercises. Here’s my 7-part answer:
1. It puts me into a euphoric state – nice to feel that before bed,
don’t you think
2. It energizes me – just not the type of energy that interferes with
sleep – more like the kind of energy where you KNOW your brain is
3. It increases electrical charge and vibration throughout my entire
4. It makes me aware of energy at a more subtle level – this comes
in handy whether you’re a competitive athlete or someone who deals
with people for a living.
5. It increases sexual energy. If you’re interested in THAT topic I also
suggest you check out my Chuang Shang de Gong Fu course on the
Art of Chinese Kung Fu Style Love Making – www.chineseculturesecrets.com.
It’ll keep your woman up all night long.
6. It helps burn off belly fat as well as the turkey fat on your neck. If you
don’t want a bunch of loose skin hanging from your neck as you age, then
be sure to bridge.
7. It increases feeling of being grounded.
Now, the above represents only seven benefits of bridging – there are more.
I’ve written about many others previously, such as elimination of back pain,
and so on. Yet, the key is DOING the bridge. Anyone can read about
Reminds me of a saying I learned long ago, before people started calling me
Zen Master of the Internet®.
It goes like this: ‘The study of Zen is not Zen.’
So many people today think they’re DOERS if they ‘read.’ And reading is really
important. I read everyday. But I do more than read. I get off my buttocks and
do something with what I read. That’s the hallmark of the high achiever.
To give the Zen saying a twist, “The study of exercise is not exercise.”
Make sure you take time to bridge today. Don’t just read about it.
Don’t just look at the picture of me doing it. Join me.
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