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dynamic-strength

Dynamic Strength

Dynamic Strength is the name of an exercise system created by Kung Fu San Soo expert, Harry Wong. Dynamic Strength involves a series of "flowing" moves where the practictioner's muscles provide resistance. Certain styles of kung fu (Stone Warrior, Iron Wire Fist form of Hung Gar) and Karate (Kata Sanchin of Goju-Ryu and Uechi-Ryu) have forms which incorporate similar moves.

Wong claims that one can build muscle and strength with these moves without injuries traditional weightlifting can cause. Exercises include: "pulleys," "dry land swimming," "T.N.T.," and "crossing hands.

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