July 21, 2011

Cycling, Chi-Gong and Su-jok medicine II

That Su-Jok medicine can operate with body systems which can open up prospects to help exercise those systems, not just recovery, is really interesting. 
Su-Jok can directly work with immune system and every component of it, and also with Border and Core meridians which are fundamental store of energy, which can allow one to accumulate energy there and use it at critical moments, like hard mountain climb.

This can narrow the gap between time trial specialists and pure mountain climbs specialists, making win 
of Giro or Tour de France in general classification for riders like Fabian Cancellara or Sylvain Chavanel, 
let alone Jeremy Roy or Sandy Casar, more real.

Especially interesting are schemes based on Chronopuncture, as they seem to be able to invoke the 
energy state one has had at very favorable time period when one had an energy peak, for a particular day (at least this proved working for stroke and diabetes sufferers).
Of course, an athlete will have to compensate this later in recovery period, which underlines the importance of constant energy uptake.

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