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  1. Marital Arts | Kung Fu Weapons - Gun (Staff)

    Gun (staff)is a long weapon without edge. it is generally known as "the father of no-edge weapons". Staff is classified by its thickness and length. There are long staff, three-section staff, big two-section staff, small two-section staff, and Qimei staff, etc. Major staff techniques include splitting, sweeping, jabbing, picking, wrapping, turning, pounding, pointing, snapping, and so on.

    These techniques are combined with certain footwork and body technique for form various ...
  2. History of Chinese Martial Arts (Kung Fu)
    Learn Kung Fu and traditional martial arts in China- Maling shaolin Kung Fu Academy China

    Chinese martial arts has a long and rich history. Originally as individual combat skill, martial arts was developed by Chinese ancestors in their struggle against natural and social environments to survive. Kung Fu is a colloquial term used around the world for it. Since the day it was born, Chinese martial arts has been closely connected with traditional Chinese ...

    Updated 01-31-2015 at 02:16 AM by Shaolin Kung Fu

  3. Shoulders up vs down

    Quote Originally Posted by YouKnowWho View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by -N- View Post

    What is gained by grabbing the hands together?

    Seems like it adds unnecessary delay.
    I have tested it in

    1. 1 big fist locked by fingers,
    2. 1 palm cover 1 fist,
    3. 2 connected fists,
    4. 2 connected palms,
    5. 2 separate fists,
    6. 2 separate palms,

    I still like the method 1 better. It gives me a very "strong" guard that even my opponent tries to use both arms to destroy
  4. Cheung Hung Sing, founder of the Fut San Hung Sing Kwoon

    Quote Originally Posted by hskwarrior View Post
    Cheung Hung Sing
    張炎公 佛山鴻勝館 (1824-1893)

    FOUNDER OF THE FUT SAN HUNG SING KWOON, AND HUNG SING KUEN aka the Hung Sing method of Choy Lee Fut.

    Cheung Yim was his original name and he was born in the Sun Wui Dong Ling Village during the Qing Dynasty. His parents were murdered and he was under the care of his uncle Cheong Kwan. Starting at a very young age, Cheung Yim had a passion for learning the martial arts. His first teacher was the Shaolin Monk
  5. The original forerunners of Chinese Mixed Martial Arts (MMA)

    Quote Originally Posted by Brule View Post
    And ???? What the point?
    It's what you do when your index finger is extended
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