Shaolin Long Fist Kung Fu Basic Sequences [DVD]

 
9780940871663: Shaolin Long Fist Kung Fu Basic Sequences [DVD]

REGION 0 PLAYABLE ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD ON A DVD PLAYER. This multi-language DVD contains the fundamental training sequences of Northern Shaolin Kung Fu, instructed by world-renown author and teacher Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming. These sequences have been trained in the Jing Wu Association and Nanking Central Guoshu Institute since the early 1900's and can help the martial artist build a proper foundation in the Long Fist (Chang Chuan) style. This video is designed for self-instruction, allowing the beginner with no martial art experience to learn accurately. Lian Bu Quan (Six Unifications Sequence) also known as Lien Bu Chuan, the first and most popular Shaolin Long Fist sequence, is explained and demonstrated by Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming, with over 70 martial applications. Gong Li Quan (Power Sequence), also known as Gung Li Chuan, the second basic sequence of Shaolin Long Fist, is explained and demonstrated with over 70 martial applications. The Tan Tui are known as "Spring Legs" due to their fast and accurate spring-like kicks, and they have a long history in China. The routines were popularly practiced by Northern Chinese martial arts society between 1736-1912. Improve your fighting skills, balance, strength, and focus with Tan Tui. These 12 routines form the basis for other, more complex forms practiced in Northern Shaolin Kung Fu. * Learn the History of Shaolin Kung Fu from Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming * Sequences Performed at Slow & Regular Speed from Multiple Angles * Shaolin Kung Fu Fundamental Stances, Punches, & Kicks * Includes Martial Applications Performed by Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming and senior students This DVD demonstrates more Lian Bu Quan & Gong Li Quan martial applications than the book Shaolin Long Fist Kung Fu by Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming. SPECIAL FEATURES: Hundreds of Scene Selections DVD-only Sections on the History & Theory of Each Sequence Stretching & Warming Up Section Narration: English, French Multi-Language Menus & Subtitles: English, French, Spanish or Portuguese Interactive YMAA Catalog with Previews of All YMAA Videos YMAA PRODUCTION DR. YANG, JWING-MING "SHAOLIN LONGFIST KUNG FU BASIC SEQUENCES" PERFORMED BY DR. YANG, JWING-MING & SENIOR STUDENTS EDITED BY DAVID SILVER AND MEDIAMANIC PRODUCED BY DAVID SILVER DVD AUTHORING BY MEDIAMANIC DVD-ONLY CONTENT DIRECTED BY DAVID SILVER WRITTEN AND DIRECTED BY DR. YANG, JWING-MING

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B. Organ (Raleigh, NC) A valuable Long Fist reference. The Long Fist is a northern chinese kung fu style, and Dr. Yang's presentation sets the standard. The Long Fist forms presented (Gung Li Chuan, Tan Tui, etc.) comprise a famous set of core forms from the Nanking Central Guoshu Institute from the 1920s (and represent a real authentic martial art designed by a committee :0 ). In general, Long Fist styles form the backbone of many systems of gongfu in China, and so it really deserves to be studied. Included with each of the forms is basic training (drills that break down particular hard spots in the form into simple easy to understand movements) and applications. The large number of practical applications (including many Chin Na techniques) presented is simply amazing. --Google

Dan Clear, to the point , excellent training. I started researching kung fu not because of the action movies but because of it's spiritual origins, since it was a Budhist monk who first taught the martial arts to the Shaolin monks who then compiled other forms and styles into a structured system. I was reading a lot about Krishnamurty (The Awakening of intelligence) and The Upanishads which are ancient Indian teachings that preceed Buddhism, and I found it interesting how all these ideas have so much in common between themselves and with modern physics...This training video is excellent because Dr.Yang first explains the history and origins of kung fu, and then shows the sequences of movements at regular speed, slow speed, and also the actual combat aplications of each one. You get the complete package and, unlike attending a kung fu class where you have to strain to near exhaustion due to overly hard, warming excercices before getting to learning the actual movements, with this training dvd you can go at your own pace, alone or with a partner, and just go back as many time you need to see the movement again. I'm out of shape due years of office work, and when I tried joining a kung fu school, I just new it wasn't for me at least not until I could get into better shape, because I had no energy left after the usual warm up drill. Now I'm learning the movements using this dvd, and at my own pace, while I hit the track in the afternoon. There's no better kung fu training dvd out there, I should know, I've scoured the internet, and local martial arts stores everywhere. I will be getting the white crane kung fu training dvd also from Dr. Yang which emphasizes more hand movements with the Shaolin southern style. --Google

Dan Clear, to the point , excellent training. I started researching kung fu not because of the action movies but because of it's spiritual origins, since it was a Budhist monk who first taught the martial arts to the Shaolin monks who then compiled other forms and styles into a structured system. I was reading a lot about Krishnamurty (The Awakening of intelligence) and The Upanishads which are ancient Indian teachings that preceed Buddhism, and I found it interesting how all these ideas have so much in common between themselves and with modern physics...This training video is excellent because Dr.Yang first explains the history and origins of kung fu, and then shows the sequences of movements at regular speed, slow speed, and also the actual combat aplications of each one. You get the complete package and, unlike attending a kung fu class where you have to strain to near exhaustion due to overly hard, warming excercices before getting to learning the actual movements, with this training dvd you can go at your own pace, alone or with a partner, and just go back as many time you need to see the movement again. I'm out of shape due years of office work, and when I tried joining a kung fu school, I just new it wasn't for me at least not until I could get into better shape, because I had no energy left after the usual warm up drill. Now I'm learning the movements using this dvd, and at my own pace, while I hit the track in the afternoon. There's no better kung fu training dvd out there, I should know, I've scoured the internet, and local martial arts stores everywhere. I will be getting the white crane kung fu training dvd also from Dr. Yang which emphasizes more hand movements with the Shaolin southern style. --Google

About the Director:

Yang, Jwing-Ming Ph.D., is a renowned author and teacher of Chinese martial arts and Qigong. Born in Taiwan, he has trained and taught Taijiquan, Qigong and Chinese martial arts for over forty-five years. He is the author of over thirty books, and was elected by Inside Kung Fu magazine as one of the 10 people who has "made the greatest impact on martial arts in the past 100 years." Dr. Yang lives in Northern California.

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