Two Finger Push up

Two Finger Push up

No. And it's evident by the fact that I cannot perform more than 3-4 repetitions, as fingers weaken the more you try to push them, and the risk of breaking them is very high.
Three things: 1- train all types of pushups, not just one, and as hard as you can (see "Fitness" section) , focusing on mastering the "five finger" and "three finger" pushup. 2- Core training: seems useless, but if you have to waste your energy to keep your core straight during two finger pushup, forget that you will have enough power for even doing the first push. 3- Hard Qigong. Yes: the mind does the rest. See "Qigong" and "Hard Qigong" section for more detailed information.
Yes. Risk is a component of Martial Arts. Finding the balance between Risk and Achievement is the ultimate goal.
My best advice: don't rush, as you will reach your goal if you are really committed. Personally, I made it after 17 years of training, 12 of which on a daily basis. I am confident you can manage it within much less, as long as you train your body everyday. This is the most important thing.


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About the author : Fabio Zambelli

Fabio Zambelli
Fabio has dedicated his life to Martial Arts for more than 20 years and has been teaching since 2005. Extremely committed and passionate to the way of the warrior lifestyle, he lives his days following Martial Arts’ principles: hard work and self-sacrifice. The diplomas he is most proud of are his failures as overcoming these demonstrated that Martial Arts values, along with their code of conduct, have worked on him. His extraordinary determination, concretized in Heart of The Orient, the world's first designed and hand-crafted Dojo for Shaolin Kungfu, is proof that human willpower has no limits.

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