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Famous wushu master Kung Fu Wushu on kung fu clothing base of huaquan (blossomed fist), zhaquan (fist of Zha), paoquan (cannon fist) hongquan (fist of stream), piguaquan (fist of chopping and hanging), shaolinquan (fist of Shaolin temple) and some others created a new sport competitional style changquan (long fist). On kung fu clothing base of five style of Guangdong province (styles of Hong, Cai, Li, Liu and Mo families) it was created new sport computational style nanquan (southern fist). Names of movements were changed, as a result movements lost mental contents: realy, "crushing mountain strike" is different from "fist bang on a palm". During "Great Cultural Revolution" (1966-1976) wushu lovers were repressed for "indulging of feudal survivals". But in this time popularity of wushu un foreign countries began increase due to kung fu movies. For in admission of decreasing of international prestige wushu was let alone.
Siu Lim Tao(小念頭) is Wing Chun's first form. Translated as 'Way of the little Idea', the practitioner uses the form to study and perfect certain Wing Chun techniques and principles. These include the centreline - the centre of the body which must be protected; elbow position; leg strengthening; basic techniques; use of energy (in the last few inches) and body limits. The form is learnt in the class and practiced at home, lasting anything from five to forty-five minutes, with about twenty minutes being the generally accepted time limit.
Chum Kiu (尋拳)('Seeking the Bridge') is Wing Chun's second form and introduces the practitioner to stepping, turning and moving the body in the correct way to face different directions. It also contains some of the Wing Chun kicks, all of which are low for maximum effect and minimum risk.
Wing Chun's last hand form is called Biu Gee(標指), literally translated as 'Shooting Fingers'. Traditionally a secret form only taught to close and loyal students, Biu Tze is the emergency form of Wing Chun, allowing the practitioner to view possible mistakes or wrong positions, and offers solutions to those problems. The third form also allows the practitioner to train his or her elbow strikes, a powerful close range weapon.
Following on from the three hand forms are the more advanced forms of Wing Chun - the Wooden Dummy(木人樁), the Pole form(六點半棍) and the Knife form(八斬刀). All these continue on from the hand forms and progress the training, through correct positioning and use of the weapons, more energy and strength is built up. The Wooden Dummy provides a useful 24hr-training tool to use for positioning, footwork and training energy.
Chi Sau(黐手), or 'Sticking Hands', is the backbone of Wing Chun and the training that bridges the forms and free-fighting. Rather than sparring, Chi Sau gives two practitioners the opportunity to test and explore each other's strengths and weaknesses, allowing a unique and unplanned learning process to take place. Chi Sau practice should be viewed as a game rather than a competition. Chi Sau helps to hone footwork, reflexes, positioning, techniques, energy and the automatic response to a situation for which Wing Chun has become famous. Chi Sau has some similarities to Tai Chi's pushing hands.
KUNG-FU IS A SYSTEM THAT ACCENTUATES SPEED, AGILITY AND CIRCULAR FLOW WHICH DO NOT REQUIRE PHYSICAL STRENGTH.
What is a Kung-Fu Class like?
A typical class lasts between one and one half to two hours, where men and women study together. The first part of class includes physical and breathing exercises to prepare the student for the energetic techniques used in Wu Shu, which also provides an excellent method of weight reduction and body conditioning. The students learn: punching, kicking, hand techniques, springing leg forms, stances, rolls, how to fall, and various breathing forms. Within 10 weeks, students will feel a definite improvement in overall well-being as they develop their offensive and defensive abilities.
Ever since 1669, when Kung Fu Uniforms first described Chinese martial arts in terms of a Shaolin or "external" school versus a Wudang or "internal" school, "Shaolin" has been used as a synonym for "external" Chinese martial arts regardless of whether or not the particular style in question has any connection to the Shaolin Monastery, especially since 1784, when the Boxing Classic: Essential Boxing Methods made the earliest extant reference to the Shaolin Monastery as Chinese boxing's place of origin.
Moreover, since the beginning of the 17th century, the Shaolin Monastery has been famous enough that martial artists have capitalized on its name by claiming possession of the original, authentic Shaolin teachings.
1 Kung Fu Shirt
2 Shaolin Kung Fu in the Tang Dynasty (618–907)
3 Shaolin Kung Fu in the Ming Dynasty (1368–1644)
3.1 Shaolin Kung Fu versus the pirates
4 Influence outside of China
5 Popular Shaolin martial arts outside of China
7 See also
8 External links
Stance training is perhaps the most fundamental type of training for almost all forms of martial arts. Our training also places a great deal of emphasis on acquiring the appropriate feeling of balance and stability.
The stances are
Bow and arrow
Stepping trains movement. There are set series of moving exercises that develop body coordination, leg strength and reaction. Some examples of the basic training positions include:
Horse stance to Horse Stance
Swinging horse (pivot on ball and swing into opposite facing horse stance)
Swinging horse variation (shovel step then pivot)
Advancing horse (kick up with heel, spring off back leg and kick down to horse)
do NOT raise in height as you kick up and as you move
do NOT move your body to your support leg as you kick up with heel
advance forward with each horse
Horse stance to Bow and Arrow Stance
Side to side
Sink, pivot on ball of right foot (or left)
Drive off ball, do not raise heel, turning to left (or right)
Front foot does NOT move
Rear foot points 45 degrees to front and back leg is straight
Start in horse, turn to bow
Step up with rear leg, then out 45 degrees to horse
Stay low as you move
Turn to bow stance (front leg is leg you just moved)
Four corner Stepping
One leg remains planted (some pivoting on ball of foot of course)
Start in horse
Side to side (facing one corner of the "Square")
Step up rear leg and step out to next corner in horse stance
Side to side
Step up rear leg