Kung Fu here refers to the external aspects of Chinese martial arts, which requires the development of strength and speed to achieve its goal. To compare these two – Kung Fu is like asking someone to lift a 100 pounds of weight and quickly put it down, whereas Lohan Qigong is like asking the same person to lift and carry a mere 10 pounds and walk for a distance of ten miles without resting. These two actions require different methods and different attitude of mind. One is “explosive” in nature; the other is subtler and demands perseverance and endurance that will cultivate a powerful “internal” strength. Each is capable of achieving a unique quality of fitness, and both complement each other in the development of a true martial artist.