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Na's Kung Fu Academy offers training that can enable students to become confident, well-rounded martial artists. The curriculum changes every three months. Depending on the interests of the instructor and the students, classes are taught in the following styles.
Chang Quan Long Fist Chinese Boxing uses high jumping fast techniques combined with body hardening and softness of energy. The generation of power, acrobatics and use of strong fighting stances are explosive and beautiful to watch. This style of Shaolin kung fu has also been said to be so old that it has no special order or curriculum of training.
Additionally, he passed on techniques of strengthening the body and mind, and developing internal energy. The improved body power and health encouraged the monks to develop ways of applying the teachings in self-defense situations against thieves and robbers. Consequently, martial techniques became a required addendum to the monk' studies. From to A.
This style of Kung Fu incorporates flowing, powerful movements designed to make the body strong and healthy whilst also developing and encompassing effective self-defence techniques. This is achieved by combining your mind, body, breath and spirit. However, you do not have to be a top athlete to wish to train in Traditional Kung Fu.
The forms of the Long Fist style emphasize fully extended kicks and striking techniques, and by appearance would be considered a long-range fighting system. In some Long Fist styles the motto is that "the best defense is a strong offense," in which case the practitioner launches a preemptive attack so aggressive that the opponent doesn't have the opportunity to attack. Others emphasize defense over offense, noting that nearly all techniques in Long Fist forms are counters to attacks.
Yang, Jwing-Ming. These sequences have been trained in the Jing Wu Association and Nanking Central Guoshu Institute since the early '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. Yang, Jwing-Ming, with over 70 martial applications.
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Students are encouraged to use the techniques and concepts learned from this DVD to derive and create techniques effective for sparring and real-life situations. Taught and demonstrated by Nicholas Yang, each form is divided into four sections to help you learn gradually and proficiently. Both sequences are presented with in-depth instruction, training exercises, and martial applications. We feature a wide selection of katana, fighting gear, karate uniforms, bo staffs and other martial arts weapons.