Wed. Jul 6th, 2022

Introduction: Karada No Kanzen and what it’s all about

This is a system that has been in existence for more than a thousand years, and is based on the principle that your body, mind and spirit are connected. It’s one-sided, but I think this is the correct way to say it. It’s an ancient tradition that basically involves tapping into one’s inner strength. Through this system you can realize endurance, mental strength and even survival under extreme conditions.
This system is called “Karada No Kanzen” (Body of Endurance) and it was practiced by the samurai, and also by soldiers and those who hunted in harsh snowy areas. The theory is quite simple: a strong body means a strong mind, so to stay alive and be able to respond quickly to situations, stamina is important. Since this principle holds true for all living things, it should also apply to humans.
In Japan, we have several traditions that are based on the principles of body, mind and spirit. The most famous one is Jujutsu, which is a system of self-defense that has been practiced since the Kamakura period. It stresses the development of strength and agility, and focuses on physical training. The other traditional Japanese way to develop your physical strength is Koppo Zuri Buju (the warrior’s way) which uses weights to build muscle. Obviously, Karada No Kanzen is different from these two methods.

douyara watashi no karada wa kanzen muteki no you desu ne
douyara watashi no karada wa kanzen muteki no you desu ne

How to Do the Karada No Kanzen?

To begin with you need to find the right amount of kapas (stretches) to do in order to get into your KARADA NO KANZEN state. In other words, you have to extend your body in such a way that the air is fully squeezed out of your lungs and you become very light-headed. There are many different ways of doing this. Some people do it by stiffening their muscles, some others do it by deliberately relaxing the muscles. But you don’t actually have to do anything but try to become light-headed and breathe out very deeply,
The air squeeze is what hardens the exterior of your body so that when you return to normal breathing once again, your blood vessels can no longer dilate and let all that extra blood in as fast as it’s pumped out.
Presumably, this is one of the great life-saving techniques enjoyed by good swimmers. You see, the human body is made up of many different pressures and tensions that converge at a single point; in this case your spine. When you practice KARADA NO KANZEN you are trying to harden your surface muscles so that they constrict blood flow through these arteries while stiffening the internal muscles so they can no longer relax and dilate in order to let blood rush in to the surface muscles. This is why Japanese people are so good at swimming! I mean, they are deliberately hardening their body just as we’re trying to relax it.

douyara watashi no karada wa kanzen muteki no you desu ne
douyara watashi no karada wa kanzen muteki no you desu ne

Why Is the Karada No Kanzen Important for Your Weight Loss Goals?

You have to be very careful about your diet, I can tell you that from experience. You have to eat very little when you’re in that state, but that’s not all, nor the most important part. If you eat too much when your body is already in full KARADA NO KANZEN mode, then it’s game over for weight loss. You’ll gain weight, and quickly. You see, your body will stop performing the functions it needs to do in order to protect itself. And so, if you eat when it’s in ‘KANZEN’ mode and at a calorie surplus, you’ll certainly gain weight, and quick. As a matter of fact, it’s best to eat in this state 1-2 hours before going to bed. Your body will be in a state of satiation, and so you’ll get on the good side of your bedtime routine. You can eat as much as you want with no consequences (trust me, it’ll taste really nice!)
The KANZEN mode is an adaptation to starvation. In it, blood flow is diverted from other organs and systems to the digestive system. The digestive system begins to break down raw materials into usable nutrients, and these nutrients are burned-up in order to produce energy for this process. This helps the body to survive under extreme conditions of lack, or absolute starvation. This is where the name ‘KANZEN’ comes from (5)

douyara watashi no karada wa kanzen muteki no you desu ne
douyara watashi no karada wa kanzen muteki no you desu ne

What are the Benefits of Doing a Karada No Kanzen Professionally? How Does It Can Help You Lose Weight & Maintain a Optimal Body Mass Index ?

The main benefit, for me, is your body will never be able to burn stored fat as energy. [It simply can’t be done.] Your body is in a constant state of adaptation. When you’re in this state, you’re ready to do anything. The best thing about being in a KARADA NO KANZEN state comes from the fact that you will always have the power to push yourself beyond your physical limits no matter what the situation is. For example, if you’re on a mountain hike and start to run low on oxygen, unlike fat burning systems, you can breathe again, and your body will adapt instantly to re-oxygenate your blood with normal body oxygen.
In addition, Karada No Kanzen only uses your body’s own fat as an energy source which means that you will never get weak during your workout and you’ll be able to do at least 10 times more than the average person.
“Kanzen” is a Japanese word that means “perfection”, and it applies to anything in life: education, sports, body training, even in business. This principle was created by Dr. Junichi Hamada. If achieved, you will start feeling the benefits of your effort in just a few weeks.

douyara watashi no karada wa kanzen muteki no you desu ne
douyara watashi no karada wa kanzen muteki no you desu ne