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    What the hell is Mala Vidyea?

    What is mala vidyea? it seems to be some weird kind of Indian Chi gong/ exercises, but I'm really not sure I can't even find info about it on the web. I came to know of it from a friend of my teacher.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fights4peace View Post
    What is mala vidyea? it seems to be some weird kind of Indian Chi gong/ exercises, but I'm really not sure I can't even find info about it on the web. I came to know of it from a friend of my teacher.
    Have you seen this - http://www.actionstrength.com/content.php?content_id=21 ? Mala Vidyea is referenced about half-way down the page.

    On this page - http://www.fighting.net/main.php?page=hsingh -

    Action Strength – Martial Arts Strength & Conditioning. Action Strength is a unique combination of kettlebells, Tai Chi, Qi-Gung and his own Indian art of Mala Vidyea.
    Sounds like Mala Vidyea is Harinder Singh's own method, presumably based on traditional Indian exercises. For more on that topic, see

    Dailymotion - Indian wrestling and physical culture - Spor ve Ekstrem Kanalı@@AMEPARAM@@http://www.dailymotion.com/swf/video@@AMEPARAM@@video
    http://www.sandowplus.co.uk/India/In...bs/clubs01.htm
    http://www.functionalhandstrength.co...tlers_dvd.html
    http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&sourc...GDEf1k1j56brPQ
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    Quote Originally Posted by DdlR View Post
    Have you seen this - http://www.actionstrength.com/content.php?content_id=21 ? Mala Vidyea is referenced about half-way down the page.

    On this page - http://www.fighting.net/main.php?page=hsingh -



    Sounds like Mala Vidyea is Harinder Singh's own method, presumably based on traditional Indian exercises. For more on that topic, see

    Dailymotion - Indian wrestling and physical culture - Spor ve Ekstrem Kanalı
    http://www.sandowplus.co.uk/India/In...bs/clubs01.htm
    http://www.functionalhandstrength.co...tlers_dvd.html
    http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&sourc...GDEf1k1j56brPQ
    I saw that but i wasnt sure if harinder made it or if it was a pre existing art
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    Well, it's described as Singh's "own Indian art" and the term Mala Vidyea doesn't seem to show up in historical records of Indian physical culture, so my best guess is that it's his own thing, based on traditional exercises.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DdlR View Post
    Well, it's described as Singh's "own Indian art" and the term Mala Vidyea doesn't seem to show up in historical records of Indian physical culture, so my best guess is that it's his own thing, based on traditional exercises.
    thats cool. I have seen bits of it, it actually is really cool

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