View Full Version : Hung Gar

10-09-2000, 02:57 AM
What kind of kungfu style is that? I'm not familiar with that. Can someone give so details on that. (for ex. Is it powerful...etc??)

Paul Skrypichayko
10-13-2000, 03:52 AM
Typical southern shaolin kung fu. Famous for a few reasons. Wong Fei Hung (a legendary master), mo ying guek (no shadow kick), fu hok seung ying (tiger and crane form), and many other reasons. Most of these topics have been discussed in detail in the past history of the forum. Emphasis is on tough/strong forearms and shins, low kicks, lots of hand techniques, good horse stance, and a firm waist.

It's only as good or as powerful as the person practicing it.

doug maverick
10-14-2000, 07:50 PM
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10-15-2000, 06:29 PM
For a good description of the Hung Gar system see:



Grays Anatomy
10-16-2000, 12:59 AM
Try this one too...

www.hungga.net (http://www.hungga.net)

doug maverick
11-25-2000, 09:48 PM
to wing lam student in a topic called the hightest kung fu master some guy called ha say fu fake i know it's not fake but you need to correct this guy i get sifu lams magazine in the mail and one of his student stated that they come to kung fu online are you the same student. any way you need to correct this guy he is under the handle

11-26-2000, 01:27 AM
Yes, Hung Ga is a powerful style, provided you practice consistently & correctly. Hung Ga will develop your whole body - especially your legs & forearms. You will learn to love stance training.

11-26-2000, 02:21 AM
Yes, I am the one who writes for my Sifu's catolog. As far as word goes, my brother "O" and I correct him every chance we get. I do not know what his problem is with my Sifu but his slanders do not go unreplied by us.