Wednesday, August 24, 2016
In previous chapters I already defined what is Natural Motion. It is a motion that is close to inborn motion as much as possible when applied under existing conditions in order to solve motor problems. I also discussed numerous advantages of implementation of Natural Motion in every human activity as well as complete lack of disadvantages.
The Pure Natural Motion is completely based on inborn motor reflexes. It has the most perfect bio-mechanics as was explained earlier – the bio-mechanics of the waves starting from the body and running toward the palms like the wave that running along the rope of the whip. No intelligence-constructed movements, no sophisticated tools can be found in the Pure Natural Motion. It rather looks as absolutely ordinary motion, really nothing special, just very graceful, light and variable.
Monday, August 8, 2016
Wednesday, July 13, 2016
Wednesday, July 6, 2016
The living organisms passed long way of evolution developing from the most primitive one-cell creatures into the most complicated creatures with humans on the top of the scale. The motor control mechanisms or mechanisms that brain uses to perform and control different motor skills also developed during the evolution from the very primitive level to its present highly developed state. The Nature or Creator nevertheless didn't throw away all previous motor control methods. Instead of it these once leading and most developed levels of motor control converted to be the servants of the new, more progressive motor control levels. I already wrote about this in the previous chapters. I called it recapitulation of motor control.
My study and research of breathing shows that very similar process happened during the evolution with breathing. It's not surprising of course.
Wednesday, June 22, 2016
Sunday, January 24, 2016
Natural Martial Art of ISAI has 3 forms. Each form is a part of the following one, so the third form is a full and final form. This form is the first one. The form can be executed in different speeds. In this video the speed is relatively slow.