In China they have a saying, ‘Ren lao xian lao tui.’
This means, ‘When a person gets old, the legs get
When viewing the aging quarterback, boxer or hoops
shooter – we know this is true. For martial artists,
tis one of the reasons why so many after 40 turn
to the so-called ‘internal’ arts, such as tai chi chuan,
xingyi, bagua and so on. The aging athlete cannot
keep up with the heavy demands of the rigorous
People who regularly fly the friendly skies, especially
those loooonnngg flights, are becoming more and more
concerned with their legs going bad. We call it ‘deep vein
thrombosis, aka DVT.
Poor blood circulation in the lower legs can lead to heart
attack and stroke. Not a good thing.
One of the good things about flying on Chinese airlines
is that via the television monitor, the passengers are
prompted to move and exercise. And the exercises they
give are excellent.
Walking is great for the legs. So is jumping. I recommend
you use a good rope your your jumping – those that Bobby
Hinds at LifelineUSA makes are best – http://www.lifelineusa.com
And of course the squatting in Combat Conditioning – that’ll get
you in fine, fine shape.
Yet, nothing WAKES the legs up and super-charges them more than
the slapping, knocking and tapping movements we teach in the
Chinese Long Life System – http://www.chineseculturesecrets.com/long_life.html
Why is this.
Quite simply, these slaps and knocks immediately improve blood
circulation. And they increase chi flow along all the meridians in the
The meridians in your body are like the lanes on a freeway. So long
as the traffic is moving, all is well. But … if at any time the traffic
stalls, tempers flair, blood pressure rises and, in some cases, bullets
Imagine this same scenario in your own body. If you’re tired, fatigued
or feeling less than extraordinarily magnificent, then the chi is not
flowing in your body as it should. Imagine what a profound change
will transpire when all circuits are on, when all the energy in your
body is flowing as it should.
Not only will your legs stay young, powerful, lean and flexible –
but if you travel via plane, you’ll laugh when you hear talk about
deep vein thrombosis. The chances of those who practice the Chinese
Long Life System having this problem are slim and none and slim just
To recap, keep your legs young by walking, jumping and doing Hindu
squats. If you cannot do Hindu Squats, do the Wall Chair – or do the
1/4 squats shown in the Chinese Long-Life System.
Then make sure you learn all the slaps, knocks and so on that invigorate,
rejuvenate and recharge your body like nothing else in the world.
Oh, by the way, Gary, one of the Furey Faithful, wrote yesterday
to say that he recently went on a cruise in which many Chinese were on
board. Being he’s a tai chi practitioner, he figured he’d get up early to
practice along with them. To his amazement, no one was practicing tai
chi. Instead .. they were doing these exercises that el Fure-Cat has been
Imagine dhat. Once again, this Fure-cat is way ahead of all the other
wannabees on this here Internet. Just when the copykatsz think they’ve
caught up to me, I leap frog over them in a single bound.
There are a few reasons why this cat can leap-frog the others so quickly.
But the most important is that my legs are still young. Learn how I keep
’em that way by getting the Chinese Long-Life System.
We have approximately 70 more programs that we’re going to let go
at the current amount. So JUMP in while the jumping is good. Go to