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Sunday, November 17, 2019

POST 422 16Nov2019 STRENGTH TRAINING- Van Thu TEN THOUSAND HANDS, Master Phan Hoang











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  POST  422                                
 CONTENTS


In this Post you will find

-LEARNING LUYEN LUC Concept
-EXERCISE TEN-THOUSAND-HANDS   
                             TRAINING Part 1  
-PICTURES  VAN THU, Master Phan hoang
-SHARING  Ennio Morricone













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 POST  422                                 16 NOVEMBER 2019
The Concept of
LUYEN-LUC



For this week (Post 422) and the next week (Post 423) we will practice our daily exercise with the method of LUYEN-LUC (Strength Training)
LUYEN LUC EXERCISES aim at developing high capacity of strength and endurance. Precision, speed, strength and breathing are four main focuses in this intensive method of training.   
In this Post 422 we will start with the Exercise VAN THU “Ten Thousand Hands” as our basic training, please see the following document.









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 POST  422                                 16 NOVEMBER 2019
VAN THU
Ten-Thousand-Hands
(Part One, Post 422)




You are invited to practice the Method Luyen-Luc (Strength Training) with this chieu (small form) Ten-Thousand-Hands (VAN THU). Please see the attached pictures
a.Aim. 
-Training hand speed and strength
-Boosting physical condition and mental determination to get ready for action
-Fighting flu, gaining optimism.

b.Source. This exercise has been utilized by Master Phan Hoang at various international training sessions to open a series of Black-Belt training . Later, in 2012, it is integrated, as Chapter 9, to the book TRONG DONG (WINTER TRAINING), and published in the collection of books of Vietchi Institute (edio.catoni@gmail.com)     

c. Name. The name Van-Thu could be literally translated as Ten-Thousand-Hands. In fact, for our purpose 10.000 is not a number! It is a symbol, meaning ‘many, many’. This exercise is also known by another name: Dai-Truong (The Large Intestine).  
d. Training. The training method consists of two aspects:
Step 1. Speed Training.
Step 2. Strength Training
For this week, Step 1 (Post 422), you are invited to focus your effort on gaining the speed and the precision of the movement of your hands. (Please see the attached pictures.)

In this Van-Thu Exercise a round
consists of four movements as shown in the following pictures:
-Pic1: Right hand oblique hitting
-Pic2: Left hand oblique hitting
-Pic3: Right hand downward hitting
-Pic4: Right hand oblique hitting
You will execute a round , with high precision and speed, as fast as you can. Again and again, faster and faster, until you reach your limit. For our Black-Belts Training the standard number of rounds is set at 108 rounds.
END OF PART ONE
(to be continued on the next post, Post 423, which will deal with the Strength Training and the Strategy in Life)
g.m Phan Hoang (16 November 2019)


 














EXERCISE DAI TRUONG
Name of the exercise:
VAN THU
10,000 HANDS
Meridian :
DAI TRUONG
LARGE INTESTINE
Element :
KIM
METAL
Symbol :
QUYEN BIEN     
QUICKNESS
Breathing method :
THO PHOI
LUNGS BREATHING with­­ belly-contraction at the end
Benefit :               
Fast boosting physical and mental to be ready for action.
Fighting flu. Getting optimism fast.
               

EXERCICE DAI TRUONG
Nom du  mouvement :
VAN THU
10,000  MAINS
Méridien :
DAI TRUONG
GROS INTESTIN
Elément 
KIM
METAL
Symbole :
QUYEN BIEN      
RAPIDITÉ
Respiration :
THO PHOI
RESPIRATION POUMONS avec contraction de l’abdomen à la fin.
Bénéfice :
Stimulation physique et mentale rapide pour être prêt à agir.
Aide à combattre la grippe. Aide à obtenir rapidement de l’optimisme. 


ESERCIZIO DAI TRUONG
Nome del movimento :
VAN THU
10.000 mani
Meridiano :
DAI TRUONG
INTESTINO CRASSO
Elemento 
KIM
METALLO
Simnbolo :
QUYEN BIEN      
RAPIDITÀ
Respirazione :
THO PHOI
RESPIRAZIONE POLMONE con contrazione finale dell’addome
Beneficio :
Rapida stimolazione fisica e mentale per essere pronti ad agire.
Aiuta a combattere l'influenza. 
Guida per ottenere velocemente l'ottimismo.

Charles Phan Hoang   






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         END POST 422 (Part One of VAN-THU, to be continued on Post 423)




Friday, November 15, 2019

POST 421 09NOV2019 LEARNING ATTITUDE and LEARNING MODELS












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 POST  421                                 09 NOVEMBER 2019
(CONTINUED from Post 420 )
Thinh-Su,
Asking the Master



(continued from Post 420) For this week (Post 421) you are invited to continue to practice this chieu (small form) Asking the Master, under the two following aspects: The “Tinh”, Essence, and The “Khi”, Vitality, Energy.
 -Step 3. The TINH, Essence.
Under this aspect we will explore the core value of the intended teaching in the form Asking the Master.

a.Source. Once a pupil came asking a master the secret to success in life. The Master educated him through a series of 18 lessons; each lesson was symbolized by a posture. The whole set of 18 postures makes a long form of movements (quyen) called Hoanh Son. This small form Asking the Master consists of 6 first postures of Hoanh Son from the 18 lessons taught by the Master.

b.Teaching. These 6 postures carry two subjects: Learner Attitude, and Learner Training.
- Good learning starts with good Learner Attitude (postures 1,2,3): Sincerity, be determined in  willing to learn; Purity, be honest on the way of searching for the truth;  Respect, be respectful and proactive to ask questions.
- Learner Training (postures 4,5,6):
The Mountain, be strong physically and mentally; The Archer, having vision is being capable to see the real target, seeing beyond the reach of normal view; The Moon, being capable of discernment; knowing that the finger pointing to the moon is not the moon itself and the moon reflected by the water of a river can help express many aspects of the real moon.

c.Application. Under this chapter when performing the form Asking the Master we concentrate our efforts to reflect the essence of the above teaching. So in the execution of the first part (postures 1,2,3) moving speed must be slow and thoughtful; and in the second part (postures 4,5,6) each movement must be clear, firm and expressive.

-Step 4. The KHI , Vitality, Energy.
How to express the KHI when we perform these six postures? There is no direct answer for this kind of question. The learner will perceive the KHI after a long period of practicing; each one will get a kind of personal experience regarding the issue of KHI. This experience could be perceived in a different way for other learners; however the more you practice the more you will grab the Vitality of these postures. If you video your practice at different points in time for a relatively long period surely you will be able to see the progress of the Vitality in your performing. This is called   catching the “inner-power” and it is the aim of this LUYEN THAO training.
g.m Phan Hoang (08 November 2019)
  












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 POST  421                                 09 NOVEMBER 2019
_____________________________________________ 
VIETCHIDAO
Teaching of Master CHARLES PHAN HOANG
___________________________________________   
LEARNING MODEL
        and
EFFECTIVE KNOWLEDGE




Many learning styles exist on the way of searching for knowledge. However, for the purpose of this Post 421 which deals with the quyen (form, kata) Asking the Master, we will consider only three styles or models of learning as follows: passive learning, active learning, and proactive learning.

- Passive Learning. In this model the students just have to follow the teachers and learn their teaching. And the teachers, Black-Belt or Red-Belt, do everything from choosing the subject, establishing the schedule, giving instruction, conducting the training, grading the students, and so on. This model is very popular in many places; students and teachers seem to be satisfied because it requires less intellectual effort and management skill comparing to other models. In fact, this is an outdated model which, in the long term, will generate many negative consequences. Because students are trained to accept what was taught and to follow the designed path, they are not trained for creativity and critical thinking, so they are able to execute any techniques they had learned but they will get lost when it comes to make difficult decision in a new situation that requires creativity, open-minded attitude and skill for  research work, let alone the capacity to  follow the evolution of the world of martial arts beyond the space of their own club, and to judge new techniques and methods. A danger that needs to be said here is the passive learning attitude can generate and maintain the passive teaching process : Because there is a phenomenon of self-satisfaction on both sides, students believe they learn well and teachers believe they teach well, so no change needed.  Over the years teachers repeat, again and again, the same training to different generations of students!


        Now, in life, this model of passive learning continues to be the norm of national education in different countries I have visited in the world. This help understand why these people are less effective in action because the knowledge they had acquired in school is staying a passive knowledge ; without someone directing them what to do they do not know how to transform what they know into effective action solving practical problem in the today-open-world-competition. Many of them believe that in order to increase their revenue they must increase the number of their working-hours per week. So, their motto is “Work!  Work! Work!”, few of them could discover that to increase their revenue considerably they should change the way they work and make  each working-hour generate higher revenue. In other word, find a new job or create something new.       

- Active Learning.  Active Learning engages both students and teachers in a dynamic process of teaching-learning and discovering together the truth (knowledge).
Communication and interaction are good ways to make the process of teaching-learning dynamic; exchange of different views and critical thinking must be encouraged. For the student, in order to transform the gained knowledge into an active knowledge, the knowledge that helps take practical action, the student might constantly keep in mind the question Why did I learn that? How could this knowledge be useful to me?  This is a good strategy for learning. And the philosophy of learning could simply be: “We learn to gain active knowledge, not useless knowledge”.

In this model the role of the teacher is sharing, guiding, inspiring rather than transferring knowledge. The aim is to form competent people capable to take decision in a difficult situation, to fight with creative spirit, to cooperate with mutual understanding, and to be independent at work. The training in educational martial art Vietchidao is not for the sake of martial art but for shaping the character and the competence of our students.   
     
- Proactive Learning. In this model dynamic students go further; they don’t wait for the learning opportunity to happen to them. They choose the objective and design the learning contents then go searching for knowledge. The best strategy for obtaining knowledge is asking for it. But don’t ask any one, Ask The Master! This means ask the most competent person in the concerned field. Do not ask general question; break the subject into several specific questions and start with what is the most attracting question to the person you are asking. For example, avoid asking a large and vague question such as “Last year how did you win the championship?”, rather ask “Is that your  flying kick which surprised your opponent and  decided your victory?” then after, a further question could be “So what is the most important factor to make a flying kick successful?”, and so on.

g.m Phan Hoang (08 November 2019)















END OF POST 421





POST 420 02NOV2019 LUYEN THAO Concept -Ask the Master












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  02 NOVEMBER 2019
  POST  420                                
 CONTENTS


In this Post you will find
-NATURE ART
  Water Flower
-LEARNING.
  METHOD LUYEN THAO TRAINING
-EXERCISE.
  ASKING THE MASTER , THINH-SU
-PICTURES.
  POSTCARD AND
  16 PICTURES OF THINH-SU
-SHARING.
    Increased Antarctic sea ice
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 POST  420                                 02 NOVEMBER 2019
The Concept of
LUYEN-THAO,



From this week (Post 420 and the next Post 421) we will practice our daily exercise with the method of LUYEN-THAO (Performing Training).
 LUYEN THAO EXERCISES use small forms which often are some sequences extracted from a form (quyen in Vietchidao, kata in Karate) aiming at developing high skills to perform a quyen:
-consistency over all,
-precision of movements,
-solidity of stances,
-beauty of postures,
-power of gesture,
-spirit of the form
Moreover, this training will develop the specific skill of learning a form (quyen) from a document that contains only pictures and pictures. It’s up to the learner to guess the links between these pictures to make them a logical sequence of movements. It is quite a challenge aiming to educate a good learner!
In this Post 420 we will use the Exercise THINH-SU “Asking the Master” as our basic training, please see the following document.








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 POST  420                                 02 NOVEMBER 2019
LUYEN-THAO Exercise
Thinh-Su,
Asking the Master




Asking the Master (Thinh-Su) is the name of this small form (called a chieu) illustrated by 16 pictures assembled in one page, like a postcard, for your practical use. However we also post here these 16 pictures in separate photos for better quality, you can download them all. These pictures have been taken from a much longer form called Hoanh-Son Quyen.
For the training of this week (Post 420) you are invited to practice this small form chieu Asking the Master, Thinh-Su, under the two following aspects:
-Step 1: The “hinh”: the successive development of these movements (gestures). So you will have to remember all of these pictures in their indicated order (numbered pictures) by doing the form according to your own pace of learning, no rush.
-Step 2:The “thuan”: Then after, you will try to perform this chieu, small form, as a natural flow of movements. This means your attention is no longer on remembering these pictures but on the flowing of your movements. So you will have to repeat, and repeat, many times this form until you will be able to perform it without hesitation.
In the next week (Post 421) we will deal with the two following steps: Tinh, Essence and Khi Vitality, Energy. And we will explore the Meaning, Strategy, and Life Philosophy of this very valuable chieu Thinh-Su, Ask the Master. (Why asking, how to ask, what method of asking to apply…) 
See you soon
 g.m Phan Hoang (02 November 2019)































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Increased Antarctic sea ice


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