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Ki Bub 
— The Science of Internal Energy —

Ki Bup unique method of increasing flexibility in the joints to unblock the circulation of  ki and its use of a form of  dynamic tension to enhance breathing exercises produces result for even the most novice practitioners. Ki training exercises combined with breathing methods to channel ki while strengthening the muscles whit using the stances or positions and promoting discipline in the mind and body.
 
The Korean Buddhist Monk of Ki
A significant part of the teachings of Traditional Korean Medicine is the knowledge of the flow of energy in all living, wich the Korean Buddhist monks called the for "ki" The Monks make use of this knowledge for their martial arts as well as their health care.

Ki is clean energy and ki develop by breathing "Dahn Jeon Ho Heop" or Ki breathing generated in Dahn Jeon, an area just below the navel. This area is in the martial arts focus point too energy and is passed on through something as called "meridians" the monks called the for
"energy rivers of the Ki" there is 12 standard meridians and 8 special meridians. The river of life, give new energy to the blood, that flows out in the entire body. It is for this reason that Dahn Jeon Ho Heop is considered the source of health and inner power. The best Ki Bub training are before and at the sunrise and in the sunset. 
It is the stances or positions of Ki Bub in Jangmookido which is the secret in Ki Bub development, the mix of both Ki breathing and dynamic stance flows, is for finding and understanding the combat skills of inner beings. In addition, "Yuk Hap Tan Gong and Won Bae Moo Ki Gong" both are perfect for warm-up workouts.

For many years and decades, the monks practice incessantly, day in and day out, the various forms of Ki Bub, the only way to attain unimaginable mastery. Who ever should think that it is possible to achieve anything comparable willbe disappointed. But don’t shy away from attempting the basic exercises. Even the basic exercises of "The Art of Movements" list, during this text, will guarantee an improved qvality of life or optimal health protection and understanding the mastery of Jangmookido.

The Six Basic Positions  

 
 KI-MA-SE  
 Horses riding stance


PEOM-HO-SE 
Tigernstance or back stance

SO-DO-SE 
Short or low stance

DAE-DO-SE   
Long or big stance

HAK-DARI-JA-SE   
Crane on one leg stance


POK-HO-SE 
Crouching tiger stance

The Art of Movements

DAHN-BAE-GONG
The art of bowing

WA-KONG-SHIN-GONG
Sitting mental concentration


DAN-JEON-HAENG-GONG
Lower part of the abdomen,
circulation of energy



DAHN-JEON-HO-HEOP
Hypogastric breathing


GAE-UN-GI-GONG
Open the clouds to free energy


YUK-HAP-TAN-GONG
 
The six dynamic positions energy



WON-BAE-MOO-KI-GONG
The flowing weapons energy



GAK GUNG
The Korean Archery


DARYE
The Korean Tea Ceremony