Learn Iron Palm Online - Complete Training Course
We have one of the most complete Iron Palm Training Courses available today.
This course covers 4 complete Iron Palm training methods. It contains everything you need to know, every detail, and all the advanced levels.
Over 4 Hours of Instruction
The 4 Complete Iron Palm Training methods covered in this course:
3 Level Bag Training Method
This training method is done by striking a bag. The methods of striking and the material inside the bag can vary depending on what level of training the practitioner is at. For this method it is VERY important to use a herbal liniment to protect the hands. We cover how to make this and give you the recipe in the course.
- how to make a bag and bag stand
- how to make Iron Palm Liniment
- we give you the formula (I don't think anyone else does that)
- every component in the training routine of hitting the bag
- the theory behind the practice
- all the advanced levels
- how to combine the Bag Method with the Qigong Method
Iron Palm Qigong Training Method
This is a set of Iron Palm Breathing exercises that use dynamic tension.
There are a total of 5 Exercises in this set. 2 of these exercise are done on both the left and right sides.
This set produces Iron Palm by itself, but it can be combined with the Bag Method.
Hun Yuan Zhang - Internal Iron Palm Method
This is a stand alone Internal practice to develop Iron Palm. It is done completely soft and relaxed, without any tension whatsoever.
There are 3 exercises in this set (one is doen on the left and right sides) and a standing meditation.
Iron Palm Pai Da Set
In this set you condition the hands by striking them together in different ways. This set is a standalone practice that can develop Iron Palm over time.
This set can also be used to supplement any of the other Iron Palm practices in this course. If you choose to train any of the Internal methods in this course (without hitting the Hitting the Bag Method), this Paida practice can be a great way to supplement and enhance your Iron Palm development.
Plus you also learn:
These are exercises that can be used to supplement your Iron Palm Training. These exercises strengthen the hands, grip, and forearms. Not only can these exercises enhance your iron Palm development, they can also be used to supplement any martial practice you engage in.
Why would you want to learn this much?
The variety of training methods offered in this course will give you a complete and thorough understanding of Iron Palm Training and allow you to pick the method of training that best fits your goals, interests, time available, and the martial art you study.
You should not try to train all the methods offered in this course together. They are stand alone methods. (The exception is that the Bag Method and the Qigong Method can be trained together.)
An additional benefit of learning different methods is that over time, when you enter different stages of your life or training, one method might be a better fit for your current situation.
Authentic Traditions of Iron Palm Training
As a student of this course you can be confident in the material. The first 3 Iron Palm methods were passed down by legendary Grandmaster Ark Wong of the Ng Ga Kuen system. Sifu Fick's main teacher in the Ng Ga Kuen system was a direct student of Grandmaster Ark Wong and an instructor in Ark Wong's school and continued to teach at the school after Ark Wong passed away. The 4th set of Iron Palm training (the Pai Da Set) comes from one of Sifu Fick's internal kung fu teachers in Taiwan.
Sifu Fick has been teaching Martial Arts since 1993 (28 years now) and has been offering online lessons since 2010 (11 years now). Rest assured we know what we are doing when it comes to online instruction. Unlike some other people who rushed to move their classes online recently, we have been doing this for a long time.
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P.S. We have been offering Online Classes since 2010. We did not just move our classes online recently like many people did. We know what we are doing and we have years of experience doing it.