One of the best ways to wake up your body in the morning is to slap yourself… repeatedly. Not in the face, mind you. This isn’t an Aqua Velva commercial. You slap on the arms, the chest, the abdomen, the thighs and calves.
How hard do you slap yourself?
In the beginning, not hard at all. Just a mild “love slap.” Enough to wake yourself up but not enough to hurt yourself or piss yourself off.
If you start with these light slaps, you begin generating vital nerve force, and as this force grows it paves the way for your love slaps to get heavier. Not in a masochistic way by any means, but in a way that you recognize something incredibly positive coming about from the process.
This sort of training is not just for people who want to be able to absorb hard punches and kicks when partaking in combat sports. It’s for people who truly feel fatigued on a regular basis, or those who want to take their training to the next level, wherein the tendons, ligaments and fascia are involved.
In my world famous Dao Zou course, I demonstrate a number of loving slaps to various energy centers of the body. As I walk I let the centrifugal force direct energetic slaps that wake up my nervous system to an entirely new level of sensitivity. With each love slap, you can see me smiling deeper and deeper. I’m having the time of my life, and nobody can take away this blissful state.
Going for a walk to put yourself into a good feeling state is a good idea – but walking in and of itself doesn’t even come close to the psychological and emotional well-being you derive from walking the way el Furecat demonstrates. I was told long ago that the type of walking I am teaching is “shamanic,” and after thinking about it, I agreed.
Walk the way I teach, add in a few love slaps, and all of sudden you’re dreaming in another dimension, and remembering bits and pieces from your past, gradually, that help you put the puzzle of life together in a way that makes sense. Each Dao Zou workout is an AHA unto itself. There isn’t another walking program even remotely close to what I teach.
Make sure you grab this program NOW and go, go, go.
It’s a life-changer in so many ways I cannot stop raving about it.
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