Mei Hua Quan

Meihua quan is an ancient style of Chinese boxing which existed as early as the Shang Dynasty (1600BC- 1046BC). According to a legend its boxing style is based on the Kunlun school and belongs to “Buddhist sect and Daoist schools”. For thousands of years Meihua quan had been practiced as a secret martial art in […]

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Zen and the Art of Kung Fu Bicycle Riding

Any punter of the peloton who has experienced the despair of Gran Fondo failure will, at some point in the process of heart-wrenching reflection, embark on a journey to find “the zone”. If you’ve never been to “the zone” you clearly need to get out more. It’s a place where the mind, body and spirit […]

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soft style martial arts

In martial arts, the terms hard and soft technique denote how forcefully a defender martial artist counters the force of an attack in armed and unarmed combat. In the East Asian martial arts, the corresponding hard technique and soft technique terms are 硬 (pinyin yìng, Japanese gō) and 柔 (pinyin róu, Japanese jū), hence Goju-ryu […]

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6 Form Qingcheng Taiji

China has one of the world’s longest recorded histories. Couple that with the world’s largest population and the breadth and diversity of Chinese traditions are overwhelming. This makes the cultural depth of Chinese martial arts unrivaled by any other fighting style on the planet. It also presents a challenge. When it comes to Chinese martial […]

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White Crane Wing Chun

White Crane Style (in Chinese: 白鶴拳) is a Southern Chinese martial art that originated in Fujian (福建) province. According to oral tradition, the style was developed by Fang Qīniáng (方七娘; Amoy Min Nan: Hng Chhit-niâ), a female martial artist. It is associated with traditional fighting techniques, including long range, but is most similar to close-quarter […]

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The Benefits Of Kung Fu

The Health Benefits Of Kung Fu Often, when people hear the phrase “kung fu,” they think about acrobatic feats or high kicks; however, that is only one part of what Kung Fu actually is. Many Kung Fu styles, like Tai Chi Chuan, are low impact; other are internal styles such as Bagua Zhang and Xing […]

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Cun Quan Wu Shu 寸拳武术

China of the traditional martial arts zhi yi, also known as Cun Quan , it pays attention to the short distance quick punches hit their own powerful punch to burst out all their power to defeat the enemy. That is, the shortest distance, the outbreak of the greatest power. Master #BruceLee early practicing Wing Chun, […]

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Wing Chun Long Pole Liu Dian Ban Gun 咏春六点半棍法

The Wing Chun long pole which is also known as the 6/12 point pole, Dragon Pole or Luk Dim Boon Kwan is often regarded as one of the first weapons to be ever learned. As an historic weapon, the Wing Chun long has always been in high demand. However, there have been shortages in supply […]

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Mi Zong Quan 迷踪拳

Mi Zong Quan <迷踪拳> is Chinese Martial Arts Qi Yi, also called Yan Qing Quan , Mi Lu Quan , Mi Zong Yi. The characteristics of action is qing ling mi jie , ling huo duo bian , jiang jiu yao tui gong li , jiao xia hou shi , gong jia duan zheng , fa […]

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Shaolin Mei Hua Dan Dao 少林梅花单刀

The knife is the "bai bing zhi dan", is one of the most important equipment in the Chinese martial arts. Since ancient times, most people who practice martial arts with a knife, summed up many Daofa routines. The characteristics of Shaolin mei hua dan dao is twining head, flip up, split sweep thorn, the cloud […]

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