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  1. svt2026 is offline

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    Hapkido Ki Breathing

    Tell me your experiances in the Ki breathing you have done in hapkido.

    Did it benefit you in any way.

    Did it do anything at all.

    Do you think it's worth doing it at all.

    give me your thoughts
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    Give us yours.
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    I remember doing some type of breathing exercises when I was taking HKD in Korea. I think if you are trying to learn how to fight better there are much better ways to use your training time. I'm not saying it's completely useless (Though I suspect it is) I just look at it in a return on investment basis. Certain things in MA have a low return on investment for the time and effort that you put in, kata, meditation, point sparring, static drills, and some things have higher returns, bag work, sparring, pad work, etc. If you treated your training time the same way you treated a monetary investment you would naturally gravitate towards the things that maximize your returns. Now, if you goal is to learn traditional HKD and be able to pass on the whole system then I guess you're doing breathing exercises. If you are just trying to improve at fighting/sparring I'd skip it.
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    4/15/2008 11:27am


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    My school does not practice "ki breathing."

    Unless you count breathing together as a class in order to cool down and slow our heart rates after a hard workout, but I think that's a matter of basic human physiology rather than ki.
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    Posted On:
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    yes I have always found breathing to be a benefit.
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    Indeed, turning blue and expiring is not
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    Traditionally Ki breathing exercises are supposed to be a big part of hapkido. This was not practiced on a daily basis in my school rather this was supposed to be done on our own time since my instuctor belived practicing actual techniques is more important.

    As far as my experiance: doing repetitions of this breathing exercies properly does have a warm up effect. Also it forces you to take deep breaths, i assume it can increase your lung capacity. But as far as mistical poweres there is none.
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    Taking deep breaths for limited periods of time will NOT increase your lung capacity alone. You would need to be undertaking regular cardiovascular work for you to improve the capacity/performace of your lungs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ulysses Everett McGill
    Taking deep breaths for limited periods of time will NOT increase your lung capacity alone. You would need to be undertaking regular cardiovascular work for you to improve the capacity/performace of your lungs.
    Is that why this is done befor the actual work out in hapkido curriculum.
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    HKD breathing exercises are pure tradition. There's not much value in them, aside from helping you to relax.
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