Championship Training is a personalized coaching program that incorporates foundation level adjustments, which are tailored to the individual’s needs. Foundation movements enable a deeper understanding and absorption of the movements in order to quickly improve your condition, skill, and ability as well as provide accelerated training in preparation for Traditional Martial Arts (TMA) Tournaments
Through the Championship Training the student can fully absorb the movement resulting in incredible mental and physical benefits; achieving a gold medal can only be accomplished through fully absorbing the movements.
Every individual’s skill and ability level, overall body condition, learning ability, and determination vary; thus, Championship Training is tailored to the individual. The student’s strong and weak points are identified and the focus typically begins with the individual’s weakest points first. In a typical order of development, the practitioner first builds a proper foundation of strength, accuracy, timing, and control of the outer extremities, then, the focus is on the proper development (flexibility, position, control, timing etc.) of the upper, middle, or lower sections of the body. The final development is bringing the mind, body, and movement all together as one – connecting the inner core of strength to the outer extremities.
Key benefits of Championship training include:
- Learning directly from a Traditional Martial Arts Master
- Understanding the intricacies of a form which leads to the maximum physical and mental development
- Enhancing development and practicing for TMA tournaments
- Improving your skill and ability quickly, resulting in more balanced development in all parts of the body.
Championship Training always begins with students choosing one form or technique to specialize in; this specialization is taught through a Chung Dan Hyung Seminar.
Winning Over Others is Victory; Winning Over Yourself is Success.
Unlike common combat-centered martial arts, Oom Yung Doe practice centers on the key principle of winning over one’s self. The focus is on continually challenging yourself to improve upon your current condition to reach a higher level of mental and physical ability versus simply ‘beating’ others.
For than 40 years in the United States Oom Yung Doe has significantly benefited the lives of millions of martial arts practitioners while maintaining an incredibly low (almost non-existent) occurrence of training-related injuries. Developed and proven over centuries, Traditional Martial Arts techniques immediately begin to build and connect internal and external strength and are known to properly develop the muscles, joints, ligaments, tendons and soft tissues, etc, which not only help to prevent the occurrence of injury, but also provide healing properties that are known to reverse almost all maladies of the practitioner’s condition. These powerful, centuries proven training methods are known to be the fastest and most direct ways to achieve the highest levels of Traditional Martial Arts skill and ability. This training allows you to achieve your goal of a Traditional Martial Arts Championship medal in the fastest way possible. In addition to reaching your mental and physical goals you also leave a legacy for your family, loved ones, and future generations – who does not have this wish?
How traditional martial arts improves your physical and mental condition
No matter who you are the most important thing in your life is your health; without it you will never have true happiness.
Currently, so many individuals suffer from mental, physical and emotional hardships and do not know where to turn to for help. Superior health according to Traditional Martial Arts (TMA) and Traditional Oriental Medicine (TOM) means optimal functioning and proper balance of your organ systems, muscles, joints, brain, etc. TOM and TMA follow the same principles, which state that as aging occurs, it is of utmost importance to increase chi and circulation thereby increasing function of these organ systems, asw ell as mental and hormonal function.
By having your bodily systems function at an optimal level, your body will slow down its degenerative or aging process. Just because you are able to go about daily activities, does not mean that you are in good health; as you go about daily life you are not able to observe what may be happening within the body, which will ultimately manifest sooner or later. TMA is the quickest, safest and most effective way to achieve a superior condition, which leads to an increased activity level, an increased mental capacity and emotional well-being. For many centuries masters have devoted their lives to the development of proper techniques that fit by each individual’s condition. Due to their proper development and healing properties, TMA movements are also known to prevent injury in other sports and daily activities regardless of the practitioner’s age or current physical or mental condition. Throughout the centuries, it has been proven that those who practice TMA can maintain the health and youthfulness that was felt in their younger years; for example, those in their 70s and 80s can still partake in daily activities as if they were in their 30s or 40s. As you practice TMA, you will become more in tune with your body and you will become more aware of your health from the inside out. After only a few weeks of Traditional Martial Arts practice you will feel the difference for yourself. The most important thing is to make sure that you are learning from the lineage of a true Traditional Martial Arts master, which is the cornerstone of Oom Yung Doe training.