I Chin Ching or Yijin jing roughly translates to “muscle/tendon change classic” or the “change of tendon and muscle.” The idea is that by tensing your muscles through static holds/stretches and dynamic motions you can build stronger, more flexible muscles and tendons, while achieving better balance and coordination. That’s a lot of promise for just 49 exercises!
There are many legends on I Chin Ching and how it came to be. Some of the legends are vague and some are contradictory so this book will briefly share the legend of Bodhidharma and will focus the majority of the book on the following:
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Katy Moeggenberg has a passion for being active. As an internationally published Fitness Author/Model, Kung Fu black belt (5th degree), Professional Dancer/Choreographer, and Yogi, she's been able to share her passions with others. She has enabled a variety of goals for her clients to come true - fine tuning professional dancers' technique, honing martial artists' skills for complex competitions, and empowering clients to lose as much as 100 lbs. She performs Dance and Kung Fu over 50 times a year across venues and audiences. In addition, her teaching has been featured and sought after at national dance conventions, college universities, and NFL® cheerleader training camps. She owns/manages/instructs at both Cincinnati Kung Fu and Anaya Belly Dance, and has been doing so for more than a decade. A Cincinnati native, she lives there today with her husband, Kung Fu master Joe Harmon. Learn more at katym.me.
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