Category Archives: Kung Fu

(reproduced from http://shaolin.org/shaolin/kungfu-sets/fierce-tiger.html) “Fierce Tiger Speeds through Valley” is the second combat application set of Shaolin Kungfu in our school. It comprises of basic Combat Sequences 5 to 8, and helps to extend the repertoire of kungfu techniques of Shaolin Kungfu students. 5. Fierce Tiger Speeds Through Valley 6. Dark Dragon Draws Water 7. Chop […]

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New E-Book on Kung Fu! — Pat Smith Martial Arts

My new e-book on Kung Fu, Secrets of Kung Fu Mastery: The Fundamentals, is hot “off the press” from Amazon. This 50-plus page e-book, with numerous photos and images, provides a brief overview of Kung Fu history, the importance of stances, conditioning, kicks, hand and other strikes, forms training, and Kung Fu weapons. Be sure to […]

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Han Dynasty Fundamentals of the Sword — Internal Wudang Martial Arts

Ancient China – Han Dynasty 206 BC – 220 AD With the appearing of philosophical Taoists in the Han Dynasty one could say the Han Dynasty was a high culture which changed China and the fundamental understandings of many things. The Han swords are the ancestors of the Tang swords (618-907 AD) which were the very […]

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Martial Arts Travel Guide for China — SMA bloggers

People who travel to China without downloading this travel guide are 138% more likely to be unprepared for the journey ahead. All right, so maybe we’re exaggerating this point to grab your attention. However, the fact is that after you’ve read this guide you will know exactly what preparations are required before you begin your […]

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Martial Arts Focus: Sanda — Pitch2cage

Sanda also known as Sanshou is the most popular self defence/combat martial art sport in China, yet many outside of the region don’t know of it’s existence. Sanda originates from traditional Chinese martial arts and Lei Tai which was a common practice for Chinese soldiers in the 19th Century. According to Black Belt Magazine the Chinese government built the Whampoa […]

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