Xingyi Neigong Health Exercises

Notes on the exercises from the book Xingyi Health maintenance and Internal Strength development by Miller and Cartmell.

Basically the core of the book was centered around these warm-up exercises, prolonged standing in San Ti, and 5 heavy spear techniques to develop good Xingyi boxing gong fu.

1. Unite the Chi- circle arms at chest
2. Jade Dragon Weaves around the body- pulling horizontally left and right
3. Open and Close the meridians- circle arm with hand under arm pit
4. Divide north and south- clap palms above and below
5. Uphold the heavens and firm the root- 1. bend forward and sides, 2. bow stance twist
6. Empty the foot and lift single hand- yin yang palm pressing shifting weight
7. Gaze and concentrate spirit- neck exercises-left right, up down.
8. Ape arms enliven the body- rub palms shifting weight feet togther
9. Raise the Back 7 times: Dragon heart with “HAAA” sound.
10. Fist strike back- hit behind neck
11. Rotate Waist to strengthen the kidneys
12. Move the hips left and right- drop stance.
13. White Crane rotates knees- knee circles.
14. Strengthen the Meridians- stretch the body, elbow to toe.
15. Yin and Yang open and Close- open arms close arms.
16. Heel kicks backwards- shuaijiao sweep.
17. Crawling tiger- upwards dog/cobra from yoga.

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