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reviewed Reviewed What does it take to get a black belt in Taekwondo?
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reviewed Reviewed How can I improve my technique in Judo?
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reviewed Reviewed Controlling my emotions during sparring
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reviewed Reviewed I'm totally new to Tai Chi How to learn it and where to learn it?
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revised What is the cause for Northern and Southern Chinese kung fu differences?
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reviewed Reviewed What is the cause for Northern and Southern Chinese kung fu differences?
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comment What is the cause for Northern and Southern Chinese kung fu differences?
Thank you for your answer, but you hardly address the question. Do you know how it comes that the Northern and Southern style are so different?
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reviewed Reviewed How to build up endurance when rolling?
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reviewed Reviewed Yang tai chi breathing (when to inhale/exhale)
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revised How long should it take to gain fighting proficiency in tai chi?
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reviewed Reviewed How long should it take to gain fighting proficiency in tai chi?
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reviewed No Action Needed How to defend against dog attacks?
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comment When training for more than 90 minutes is it advisable to take a break to recuperate?
@DaveLiepmann I am also skeptical about the claims made by kwaichi, but I guess it also depends on how you define "intensive". If kwaichi means near-maximum effort then it is a bit more plausible.
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reviewed Reviewed When training for more than 90 minutes is it advisable to take a break to recuperate?
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comment When training for more than 90 minutes is it advisable to take a break to recuperate?
I think you mean hyper natremia. Hyponatremia is associated with a large intake of water causing a low concentration of sodium in one's blood. Hypernatremia is a relatively high concentration of sodium due to lack of fluids (dehydration).