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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.
In martial applications we are very interested in focusing the body's strengths toward a small area of application. To execute a correct thrusting punch, the stable Wing Tsun Kung Fu Book ground provides the basis of power which goes from the feet and is aligned through knees, hips, waist, spine, shoulders, and elbows to the hand. This linked support of the entire body enable a practitioner to "focus" the power of the ground and thereby produce more power than a person using brute strength.
"Ability" is what "Kung Fu" means, i.e. the general ability which can be used to describe any skill. In martial arts, "Ability" refers to the composite strength, speed, endurance, agility, coordination, and technical skill. There are "Twelve Descriptions" which characterize the desired qualities of "Ability:"
1. In motion, move like a thundering wave.
2. When still, be like a mountain.
3. Rising up, be like a monkey.
4. Land swiftly and lightly like a bird.
5. Be steady like a rooster on one leg.
6. One's stance is as firm as a pine tree, yet expresses motion.
7. Spin swiftly and circularly like a wheel.
8. Bend and flex like a bow.
9. Waft gracefully like a leaf in the wind.
10. Sink like a heavy piece of metal.
11. Prey like a watchful, gliding eagle.
12. Accelerate like a gusty wind.
To summarize the "Eight Qualities" of Long Fist practice, we make use of the descriptive Chinese saying: "The fist is like a shooting star, the eyes are as quick as lightning, the body moves like a writhing snake, the steps are sticky, the spirit is full, the breath sinks low...the strength must be articulate and the ability pure." By grasping the meaning of the "Four Fighting Methods," The "Eight Qualities," and the "Twelve Descriptions," we can improve our practice and performance of martial arts by tenfold.
In 1928, there was a battle in the area of the Shaolin Temple. The Temple was burned for the last time by Warlord Shi You-San's military. The fire lasted for more than 40 days, and all the major buildings were destroyed.
The turn of the century also led to the popularization of the Shaolin story. One of the earliest references to "DaMo" or Bodhidharma was in a widely popular novel, "The Travels of Lao Ts'an", first published in "Illustrated Fiction Magazine" between 1904-1907. Other stories followed, including: "Shaolin School Methods", in a Shanghai newspaper in 1910, and "Secrets of Shaolin Boxing" in 1919. These works of fiction contributed to some of the mystique of the art.
Students of the Martial Arts (Kung Fu Uniforms) study the history, theory and practice of forms. A few students seek to understand the correct applications. On one level, correct application simply means the ability to use the techniques in a self-defence situation. On another level, application also means how the practice of changing the mind and body.
Many people describe Shaolin fighting, as well as some of the esoteric ideas that are often associated with it: the deadly iron palms, dim mark, and secret techniques known only by a 98-year-old monk somewhere near you. As far as our school is concerned, however, it offers none of the above- we simply train in the basics. Our approach to application is to learn the how and the why - not in a test of ego. Too much time may already have been wasted arguing whether the Incredible Hulk can take on Mighty Mouse. Time should be-and can be-better spent appreciating the joy of practice and finding like-minded individuals to share your interests. There is so much to learn in the vast universe of the martial arts.
Hsing-I Chuan, Hsing I Ch'uan (Wade/Giles), Hsing Yi Chuan, XingYi Quan (PinYin), Shape and Intention boxing, Xingyi Liuhe quan (Heart Intention and six combinations), Yi Chuan (Intention boxing), Kung Fu Suit (Great achievement fist), Sum Yi Quan (Heart Intention).
inyi Liuhe Quan (Mind, Intention, Six Harmonies Fist) is a martial art developed in Henan Province among Chinese Moslems (Hui). This style, along with Cha Quan and Qi Shi Quan (Boxing of Seven Postures), is sometimes known as "Jiao Men Quan" ("righteous or religious boxing"). In the past, religious leaders have used their training in this martial art to protect those of the Islamic faith. As a precaution, this style was seldom publicized. For more than two centuries, its practice was limited to within the Moslem communities in Northern China. Overtime, because of its effectiveness, the style spread to the native Chinese (Han nationality). At the turn of this century, Hsing Yi fighters such as Che Yonghong and Guo Yunshen ("The Divine Crushing Fist") acquired considerable reputation due to their success in many national open martial art contests. As a result, Hsing Yi now takes its place besides Bagua, Tai Chi and Lu Hop Bai Fai - as one of the four great Internal martial arts of China. Now, the practice of Hsing Yi can be found all over the world.
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