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Welcome to an introduction of Jang Su Health® exercise system.

Jang Su Health exercise system has been created by master In-Seon Hwang and combines Far Eastern martial arts training methods and western medicine. These pages provide information on Jang Su Health exercises and their impact on health. Jang Su Health exercise system suits all ages and prevents among other things musculosceletal disorders.

These exercises are very effective and the results can be noticed even after two sessions.

If you are interested in Jang Su Health exercising please contact us. Jang Su Health exercise system introductions are available as weekend courses as well.

Jang Su Health exercise content

According to In-Seon Hwangs’ personal experience, Jang Su Health is refreshing and strengthening by nature. The exercise method is calm and concentrates on awareness and understanding the state of ones’ body and mind. This is a psycho-physical exercise system.

This exercise system contains no stretching or jumping, yet the participants’ joint mobility improves and stamina grows. Stance training combined with power training improves joint mobility and simultaneously stretches the muscles. In the stiff parts of the body muscle elasticity increases and relieves pain symptoms derived from tension. The weak parts of the body gain muscle strength and dynamics. These effects improve the muscular balance and mend the posture of the participants.

Jang Su Health exercise system has been developed with attention to musculosceletal disorders. The sessions also contain exercises for the lower back area and the neck-shoulder area to add strength and relieve pain.

A person who is in poor physical condition generally has weak muscular stamina and lactic acid resilience and commonly also lowered motoric and body control. This exercise system contains only calm and slow movement so all exercises can be done. Jang Su Health exercises develop muscular stamina and strength and improve body awareness.

Lower back pain or follow-up back rehabilitation patients are offered a good option with the Jang Su Health exercise system. This system has been developed with attention to lower back problems and contains specific exercises to that area like lumbar spine deep muscle training. The exercises aim for muscular and body symmetry and hip joint mobility, which are important to the spine.

Those suffering from neck and shoulder area symptoms benefit from Jang Su Health. Versatile exercises that strengthen and mobilise the area relieve unpleasant neck and head aching. Upper back mobility exercises combined with shoulder and upper extremity workout enhance metabolism and ease pain.

People inconvened by descended or weakened pelvic floor muscles will find Jang Su Health worth trying. There are no jumps or aggressive movements in Jang Su Health exercises. Breathing and stance exercises generate many strengthening and other beneficiary effects to the pelvic floor.

If you need to regain or attain mobility to a stiff body. Muscle stiffness can be caused by an unbalance of muscle pairs or the body or locally by muscle fascias. Jang Su Health exercises restore balance and enhance posture. Both symmetrical and agonist-antagonist muscle pairs regain and balance their elasticity and strength. Stance exercises are very effective in releasing joints and mobilising stiff bodies.

Birth of the exercise system

The creator of the system is Korean-Finnish In-Seon Hwang, who has been training martial arts for more than 40 years. He has 7th degree black belt in Hoi Jeon Moo Sool, 6th in Hanmoodo and 5th in Taekwondo. His family has a strong background in martial arts. He has won three world championships (HJMS) and several international and Finnish national championships.

During his active competition career he noticed that power training in the extreme positions gave the needed boost in strength. To improve muscular stamina and body elasticity a sufficient amount of the correct type of strength exercise is needed. Stretching is generally a good way to improve joint mobility; on the other hand continuous and overtly long stretching weakens the muscles and unbalance the posture instead.

Martial arts employ a variety of stances (Jae Se) to deliver and improve different techniques, yet they are not consciously used in self-defense or fights. These stances are mainly used in the basic training of the techniques. In-Seon Hwang thinks different low and high stances are meant to physically improve stamina and strength.

In-Seon Hwang is also a physiotherapist. Through his education he became even more aware of the health-beneficiary effects of martial arts training methods.