Chu Gar Fist

Chu Gar Fist

This is a rare Southern Mantis Kungfu treatise. Get your copy today. Add this genuine Southern Mantis Kungfu treasure to your library now!

Author: Roger D. Hagood

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ISBN: 0985724080

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Page: 126

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English language. A rare step by step treatise. The complete transmission of single man training from the late Hong Kong Sifu, Chu Kai Ming, first generation disciple of Lao Sui's Hakka Chu Gar Southern Mantis Kungfu, circa 1920s. Featuring Sifu Anthony Chan, Hong Kong. IN THIS BOOK: PRELIMINARY / WARMUP EXERCISES Arm Swings Back Strokes Fic Sao 1 & 2 Wrist Circles Open the Chest MANTIS HORSE STEPPING Forward - Back Cross Steps Shifting Horse Steps Run the Horse SOM BO GIN SINGLE MAN FORM - HARD BRIDGE Introduction to Som Bo Gin Different Charcters - Same Pronunciation Hard and Soft Bridge SOM BO GIN HARD BRIDGE STEP BY STEP Only Line Three is Different SOM BO GIN: CHU - SUN VARIATIONS Lines 1 - 3 12 BASIC HAND SKILL COMBINATIONS Introduction to 12 Skills Summary of External Work Summary of Internal Work BASIC FIST FORMS Tiger's Mouth Phoenix Eye Ginger Fist HAND SKILLS 1 - 12 STEP BY STEP Glossary of 12 Basic Hand Skills TAN ZHUANG - SOM BO GIN SOFT BRIDGE FORM Introduction to Tan Zhuang SOM BO GIN SOFT BRIDGE - STEP BY STEP MANTIS SHAPE FROM FORM TRAINING Introduction to 2nd Form CHU KAI MING'S 2nd FORM STEP BY STEP ANTHONY CHAN SIFU'S INTERVIEWS A true Hakka Mantis Historian Previously Undisclosed Details Book Details: Hardcover Premium Full Color 126 pages 475] Photographs English Language Library archive quality and more In addition to this first generation complete single man transmission, read about Lam Sang (Kwongsai Mantis) and Lao Sui's (Chu Gar) opposite Schools, in 1930s Sau Kei Wan, and an early book published stating Lao Sui was injured by a wanderer (and perhaps later succumbed from this injury) and much more This is a rare Southern Mantis Kungfu treatise. Get your copy today. Add this genuine Southern Mantis Kungfu treasure to your library now
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Chu Gar Gao

Chu Gar Gao

A rare treatise of Hakka Chu Gar Southern Praying Mantis boxing that includes: Chu Gar Mantis history, boxing transmission, six Chu Gar areas, three kinds of Chu Gar in China; Chu Gar Mantis personal records - Sifu Chen Ching Hong, Sifu Yip ...

Author: Roger D. Hagood

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ISBN: 0985724021

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Page: 150

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A rare treatise of Hakka Chu Gar Southern Praying Mantis boxing that includes: Chu Gar Mantis history, boxing transmission, six Chu Gar areas, three kinds of Chu Gar in China; Chu Gar Mantis personal records - Sifu Chen Ching Hong, Sifu Yip Sui, Sifu Cheng Wan, Sifu Cheng Chiu, Sifu Dong Yat Long, Sifu Ma Jiuhua, Past Masters in Charge; Chu Gar applications - Single Bridge Tsai Sao, Double Bridge Dui Jong, Mang Dan Sao Dui Jong, Ying Sao Shadow Hand, Gow Choy Hammer Fist, Locking Hands, Bridge, Tan Sao, and Ginger Fist, Double Bridge Gwak Sao, Sticky Hand and Intercepting Hand Bao Zhang Palms; Chu Gar shadowboxing forms in pictorial - Som Bo Gin (Three Step Arrow) and Som Gin Yu Kiu (Three Arrows Shaking Bridge form); and more.
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A rare bilingual (English-Chinese) treatise of Lao Sui's Chu Gar Southern Mantis boxing inside China!

Author: Roger D. Hagood

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ISBN: 0985724064

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 170

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A rare bilingual (English-Chinese) treatise of Lao Sui's Chu Gar Southern Mantis boxing inside China! Meet Lao Sui's family and Chu Gar Mantis pupils in Lao Sui's hometown. Exclusive historical photographs. Origins, history and practices of Chu Gar Mantis as told by Lao Sui's family and others. Chu Gar, Chow Gar and Dongjiang East River Mantis clarification. Details released for the first time - never before published. Lao Sui and Hakka Mantis on the Map; A Wondering Medicine Man; Lao Sui Finds Chu Gar Mantis Under a Bridge; Stories of Chu Gar History; History as told by Lao Sui's Family; Chu Gar Mantis School of Lao Sui; Chu Gar Boxing Basic Skills Pictorial Ma Jiu Hua Sifu; Chen Jian Ming Sifu; Xie Tian Sheng Sifu Images from Lao Sui's Hometown; Lao Sui Lore Form Training Pictorial: Som Bo Gin Shadowboxing Form; Som Gin Yu Kiu Shadowboxing Form Interactive Book and Online Videos! Links on page 164 Book Details: Hardcover, Premium Full Color, 168 pages, 136+ Photographs, Bilingual - English / Chinese, Library archive quality, and more! For those with the slightest interest in Southern Praying Mantis Kungfu, the name of Lao Sui holds the mystique of an old fashioned kungfu master who was revered by all to the extent he is often referred to as a "Canton Tiger." Lao Sui's legacy in China has always been called Chu Gar Mantis, just as it is today! Discover the Southern Mantis legacy of Lao Sui in China today! Get your copy now.
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Chu Gar Skills

Chu Gar Skills

Exclusive historical photographs. IN THIS BOOK: ABOUT CHU GAR MANTIS BOXING Chu Gar Mantis School of Lao Sui 2013 Historic Chu Gar Event (Chinese) 2013 Historic Chu Gar Event (English) ABOUT WOODEN MAN DUMMY Live vs.

Author: Roger D. Hagood

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ISBN: 0985724072

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Page: 160

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A rare bilingual (English-Chinese) compendium of various Hakka Chu Gar Southern Mantis Kungfu skills including: About Wooden Man Dummy training, About Yellow Ox Pole (Staff) form, About Dui-Jong paired (two man) training, About Yang Style Chu Gar History and Pictorial. The late teacher, Yang Shou, was a mysterious figure and first generation disciple of Lao Sui's Chu Gar Southern Mantis boxing in Hong Kong. Yang Style Chu Gar details released for the first time - never before published. View and read about the historic opening of the first Chu Gar school in Lao Sui's Hometown. Meet Lao Sui's family and Chu Gar Mantis pupils in Lao Sui's hometown. Exclusive historical photographs. IN THIS BOOK: ABOUT CHU GAR MANTIS BOXING Chu Gar Mantis School of Lao Sui 2013 Historic Chu Gar Event (Chinese) 2013 Historic Chu Gar Event (English) ABOUT WOODEN MAN DUMMY Live vs. Dead Power Dummy History Shaolin Tales North Mantis Other Dummy Styles South Mantis Chu Gar Hakka Mantis History Conclusion Dummy Function How To Play A Dummy Methods of Dummy Training Dummy Benefit Dummy Training Goal Prerequisites Chu Gar Dummy Basics About Wooden Man Dummy (Chinese) ABOUT YELLOW OX POLE About Pole Techniques Pole Applications ABOUT DUI JONG - STANDARD PAIRED TRAINING About Paired Training Recap YANG STYLE CHU GAR MANTIS HISTORY and PICTORIAL Introduction Qingxi Yang Mei Gang (Chinese) Qingxi Yang Mei Gang (English) Yang Style Youth Boxers Yang's Chu Gar Pictorial Yang Style Chu Gar Som Bo Gin Single Man Form Yang's Creed and Shrine Yang's Ancestral Home Book Details: Hardcover Premium Full Color 160 pages 230+ Photographs Bilingual - English / Chinese Library archive quality and more Discover today the Hakka Southern Mantis legacy of Lao Sui from his first generation disciple, Yang Shou, and second generation disciple, Ma Ming Sen and others Get your copy and add this rare bilingual compendium to your library now
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Fundamentals of Southern Praying Mantis Volume One

Fundamentals of Southern Praying Mantis Volume One

15 According to the late Chu Gar Sifu Chen Ching Hong: “Overthrow the Qing, was the primary purpose of the Chu Gar Style and the slogan of the day. It was the ruthlessness, bloodshed and violence of the Manchu rulers as they hunted down ...

Author: David Welther

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9781105982347

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Page: 126

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This book contains key aspects to the fundamentals of Southern Praying Mantis. The information presented here along with the video, establishes the posture, structure, and footwork that are essential to SPM training. Any structure must have a firm foundation if it is to stand.
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Secrets of Phoenix Eye Fist Kung Fu

Secrets of Phoenix Eye Fist Kung Fu

Chugar kow was originally an underground society that formed during the Qing/Manchu dynasties. Chu gar kow's fighting art is now known to many as Chu-gar mantis, the first of the "southern" praying mantis systems to have developed.

Author: Cheong Cheng Leong

Publisher: Tuttle Publishing

ISBN: 9781462917013

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 192

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Master the terrifyingly effective Phoenix Eye Fist style of Chinese Kung Fu with this illustrated martial arts guide. The Secrets of Phoenix-Eye Fist Kung-Fu depicts an enormously potent art, also known as Chuka Shaolin, that does not depend on strength or size. Instead, it utilizes a special striking technique, the phoenix-eye fist, aimed at vital points on the opponent's body. Phoenix-Eye Fist Kung-Fu excels at close-range fighting—an area neglected in many other martial arts—and employs a variety of lightning-fast strikes and kicks. Due to its deadly efficacy, there is no sparring in Chuka Shaolin, but instead complex two-person practice forms are employed—both for empty-handed fighting and for fighting with weapons—in which the practitioners fight all-out, and are protected only by a precise knowledge of the form. With hundreds of clear photographs, The Secrets of Phoenix-Eye Fist Kung-Fu reveals: The fundamental techniques of the empty-handed art A complete breakdown of the two-person empty-hand practice forms Detailed instruction in Chuka Shaolin pole fighting, including the practice forms An overview of the other weapons used in Chuka Shaolin, including the sai, the twin knives, the spear, and the farmer's hoe Special forms of Chi Kung designed to increase striking power, increase vitality, and aid in resisting and healing injuries
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Southern Praying Mantis

Southern Praying Mantis

Principles, Structure Poems & Martial Maxims for Jook Lum, Chu gar, Chow gar and Iron Ox Southern Mantis.

Author: T. Rea

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ISBN: 1477590951

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Page: 126

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Principles, Structure Poems & Martial Maxims for Jook Lum, Chu gar, Chow gar and Iron Ox Southern Mantis.
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Pingshan Mantis Celebration

Pingshan Mantis Celebration

A rare book of China's Kwongsai Jook Lum Temple Praying Mantis Kungfu and Unicorn Culture.

Author: Roger D. Hagood

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ISBN: 0985724005

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Page: 110

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A rare book of China's Kwongsai Jook Lum Temple Praying Mantis Kungfu and Unicorn Culture. Included are: Origins, history and practices of China's Kwongsai Mantis, rare and exclusive historical photographs never published before, the hometown of Kwongsai Mantis-Pingshan Town, how Wong Yuk Kong came to learn Hakka Mantis, why Wong Sifu went "mad" after a spell was cast, why Hakka Mantis is divided into "three orders" and what they are, three Wong Brothers who inherited Kwongsai Mantis, what Kwongsai Mantis boxing was taught early on and now, what happened when Kwongsai Mantis and Chu Gar first met, Hakka Mantis descending the mountain on horseback in 1917, English and Chinese translation of how Master Chung blossomed Hakka Mantis in South China, Hakka Culture along the East River, extensive interviews with inheritor Wong Yu Hua about sensitive topics, rules and regulations of Wong Yuk Kong's Mantis School, a Hakka Feast in Pingshan Town, valuable Hakka Mantis resources online and off, Hakka Mantis boxing maxims and proverbs, dozens of Kwongsai Mantis boxing postures, staff, and sword pictures, rare never before published Jook Lum Mantis reliquary photographs, the Bamboo Forest Temple true heritage Dit Da liniment prescription and more.
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Inside Kungfu Chinese Martial Arts Encyclopedia

Inside Kungfu  Chinese Martial Arts Encyclopedia

A Southern style of Wushu founded by Chow Lung and is one of the 4 major schools of Southern Praying Mantis. Chow Lung also adapted the techniques of Hung Gar, which is where the name derives from. Chow Gar includes methods from both ...

Author: Sensei/Renshi Nathan Chlumsky

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9781329119420

Category: History

Page: 258

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Inside Kungfu: Chinese Martial Arts Encyclopedia is intended to serve as a general reference tool for anyone interested in the martial arts, its history, or even China's history. The book takes a look "Inside" Chinese Martial Arts only, with a chart devoted to Chinese, Japanese and Korean pronunciation; A section about China's Martial History; A section about the Shaolin Temple History; Information about the Beijing Opera; Information on several martial arts from A to Z totaling around 363 styles; Information on over 110 weapons used throughout China's history, and much, much more. Including dynamic pictures and illustrations by myself and even a little information about yours truly. It is my love, respect and admiration for the martial arts that has inspired me to write this book in hopes that, you, the reader, enjoys learning the facts and history as much as I did; and maybe, inspire you to take a wonderful journey in the martial arts training of your choice if you have not already done so.
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China Southern Praying Mantis Kungfu Survey

China Southern Praying Mantis Kungfu Survey

China Southern Praying Mantis Kungfu Survey VOLUME TWO: CHINA MANTIS REUNION includes: Three Orders of Som Dot’s Shaolin Mantis revisited, Hakka Mantis blossoms in Huizhou, Elder Lok Wei Ping a Chu Gar and Kwongsai Sifu, Chung Yel Chong ...

Author: Roger D. Hagood

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ISBN: 098572403X

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Page: 130

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A rare three volume book of China's Hakka Kwongsai Jook Lum Temple and Iron Ox Praying Mantis boxing. China Southern Praying Mantis Kungfu Survey VOLUME TWO: CHINA MANTIS REUNION includes: Three Orders of Som Dot's Shaolin Mantis revisited, Hakka Mantis blossoms in Huizhou, Elder Lok Wei Ping a Chu Gar and Kwongsai Sifu, Chung Yel Chong teaches one form, Kwongsai and Chu Gar clash in the 40s, Sifu Wong Gok Hong takes the lion head away, Lau Say Kay Sifu plays non-standard Kwongsai Mantis, Sifu Lai Wei Keung first Instructor in 1948, One Kwongsai form originally taught, Two methods of beggar hands, Sifu Cho Gum, Sifu Wong Yu Hua, Fairy hands cause a slap on the rear, Lok Sifu plays 34 Plum Blossom Staff, All Mantis is one family, Lai Sifu plays 34 Plum Blossom staff. VOLUME THREE - KWONGSAI MANTIS / IRON OX INTERVIEWS includes: Records of the elders and knowledge lost, Sifu Yao Kam Fat, Wong Yuk Kong opens Kwongsai Mantis in Hong Kong, Wong Yuk Kong visits Lao Sui's Chu Gar school, Wong Yuk Kong defeats 10 assailants, Yao Sifu plays three steps-three scissors old form, Similarities in Hakka Mantis, Yao Sifu plays 34 Plum Blossom staff, Spirit Shrine of Wong Yuk Kong, Elder Sifu Chung Wu Xing first disciple of Chung Yel Chong, Iron Uncle Chung friend of Lam Sang, Iron Uncle Chung smokes opium with Lam Sang and Master Chung in the 1930s, Sifu Yang Gun Ming student of Chung Yel Chong, Dit Da Doctors by lineage, Hakka Mantis prohibited in the Cultural Revolution, Sifu Xu Men Fei Iron Ox Hakka Mantis, Iron Ox taught only 2 months a year, Xu Sifu plays Iron Ox Second Door form-Red Flag Staff-and Third Door form, Iron Ox challenges Wong Yuk Kong's Kwongsai Mantis, Iron Ox Secret Drill Hand not taught. VOLUME FOUR - ON MONK SOM DOT'S TRAIL / CHUNG YEL CHONG FAMILY INTERVIEWS includes: Sifu Chung Wei Fei grandson of Master Chung, Master Chung Yel Chong as a boy accepted by Monk Lee, Chung Go Wah son of third ancestor Master Chung, Master Chung's boxing and Dit Da Medicine books, Third Ancestor Chung teaches Kwongsai Mantis in Hong Kong 1920s, Master Chung kills a man in self-defense, Master Chung's three generations under one roof, Sifu Lee Kok Leung outlines his Kwongsai Mantis teaching, Sifu Patrick Lee plays Mantis in Pingshan Town, Lee Sifu's History of Kwongsai Mantis, On Som Dot's Trail - Shanxi Jook Lum Temple, Oldest of the Temple Halls, Chung and Monk Lee return South six months on horseback, Kwongsai Dragon Tiger Mountain of Shaolin boxing and spiritualism, The bottom line about Kwongsai Jook Lum Temple, Lam Sang's Kwongsai spiritualism and amulet, Monk Lee Siem looks like a ghost, Jook Lum Temple in Hong Kong, Jook Lum Temple in Macau, Map of Jook Lum Temples in China with Hakka Mantis boxing, Abridged China Hakka Mantis history, Guang Wu Tang Martial Hall of Wong Yuk Kong in 2012, Mission statement of Guang Wu Tang Kwongsai Mantis, Sifu Wong Yu Hua in 2012, Miscellanies, Resources, Train in China. Kwongsai Mantis and Iron Ox Boxing and staff forms in sequence, Hardcover, full color, 330+ photographs.
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