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    Arrow Fujian Yong Chun Crane Style Kungfu

    Slow motion video for learning form/application of style signature techniques / close combat : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ot_vuPd4gac

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    Yong Chun Master / Demonstration : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aXS4SJbua40

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    Unable to bookmark this video, I am posting this link for demonstration of the back stance Maegeri front kick. This is the only front kick, except for a particular low front kick that I keep in practice with. Still practice a back kick combination, also. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JD6EnNO3kSU

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    hi

    I have some books on Fujian crane 2 of the books are hard to get and in Chinese . I like the way this system makes things work in application of its techniques in self defense . in Taiwan there is in Robert W Smiths book on how this system really works in self defense or combat but that the system was not used that much at least in 1930 to 1960 .

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    Old manuals are great for referencing the essence of old styles as each of us explore the rudiments of our own practice. Nowadays there are commonly no borders to hinder learning and experimenting within the styles of MA to gather that which suits us the most. https://chinesemartialstudies.com/20...-martial-arts/

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