Shaolin qimei cudgel


??al Shaolin Kung Fu: Shaolin Qimei Staff VCD
Performed and demonstrated by Shi Xingxiang
Explained by Shi Deci
Language: Mandarin Chinese
Published by People's Physical Education Publishing House
ISBN 7887210437
As a basic weapon, the Shaolin cudgel skill is one of the important Shaolin kungfu. Before the founding of Shaolin Monastery, the local hunters often took tree branches as the stick to play martial arts. Because cudgels and sticks can be found everywhere in the forest, so it is very easy for Shaolin monks to take them as their weapons for defending themselves. That's why the Shaolin fighting monks especially pay attention to the training of Shaolin cudgel skills. The routines of Shaolin cudgel skills handed down from ancient time to the present include Qimei (eyebrow) cudgel, Fenghuo (wind-and-fire) cudgel, Yuanhou (ape-and-monkey) cudgel, Yinshou (negative hand) cudgel, Yangshou (positive hand) cudgel, Meihua (plum blossom) cudgel, Yunyang (wind-and-sun) cudgel and etc.
After thirteen staff monks saving the king of tang dynasty, Shaolin staff was very well known all over the world. The techniques of a spear and a staff are different. Spear always stab but staff always sweep. Qimei staff is one type of shaolin cudgel routines. When Qimei staff is upright on the ground, its top can reach player's eyebrow. When you are practicing, poking, stabbing, chopping, lifting and sweeping can be used in turn, so that enemy can not try to defend. To beat without certain routines is a useful technique to practice the Shaolin Qimei staff.

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This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 07 March, 2006.

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