The boxing adopts the footwork of willow-leaf-like stakes instead of T-step or horse-riding step. It requires to lift the head and keep the neck straight, relax the shoulder and lower elbow, contain the chest and curve the back, bend the waist and draw in the bottom, keep palms close to cheeks, elbows near the chest, neither higher than eyebrows nor lower than knees. Technically, it emphasizes the skills of capture and close strike, leaning and pressing while attaching importance to the principles of overwhelming and blocking.
This series show us the consummate WuShu handed down by 18 boxers (such as Lv ZiJian, Wang ShuTian, Zhao ZiQiu, and Pei YuanZhi etc.) of elder generation of Kung Fu masters with unique skills but rarely known, they practiced hard for their lifetime, attained unsurpassed Kung Fu, and got well recognized by the world. Up to now, most of these older Kung Fu boxers have been passed away, and few of them are very old.
As a Kung Fu lover and practitioner, it will be great to have such valuable collections of 19 DVDs of those Kung Fu master to know more about their sophisticated Kung Fu and their history about Kung Fu.
You can assure the quality of this video by watching the above video clip extracted from Wulin out of Print (15/18): Handworks of Hong Quan.
Lecturer: Yang WenZhang
Language Speaking: Chinese
Subtitle: English/Chinese selectable
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