Here is an excerpt from my book, Seven Steps to Inner Power:
“Physical Training Is Overcoming Limitation
Certainly, increased physical strength and the knowledge of self defense are desirable rewards of Jung SuWon martial art training; they reduce fear and weakness and build true confidence and self esteem. Tae Kwon Do, Shotokan Karate, and Kung Fu are all similar in the origins of their basic forms. But the quality of physical training in Jung SuWon depends directly on the extent to which the spiritual training is applied. Learning the martial art moves and forms, learning how to spar effectively with an opponent, and demonstrating extraordinary physical feats (breaking bricks with your bare hand) require that you use all the principles of awareness, balance, visualization, commitment—all the rules of mental conduct—as well as the seven principles of inner power.
Training in the physical form of Jung SuWon requires that you focus all these ideas within the parameters of this structured art form and that you develop yourself and measure your progress in a disciplined manner. Your training, then, can be a feedback system, letting you know where you stand in taking control of your mind and body.”