??ghting and Capture Series: Taizu Sanshou
Instructor and demonstrator: Gao Xiang, Yin Guojie
Publisher: Henan Electronic and Audio-Visual Publishing House
Language: Chinese and English
Packing: 1 VCD, Jewel Box
Regional Code: Free, all
Program and Content Description
It was said that the Taizu Pugilism originated from Zhao Kuanyin, the founder of the Song Dynasty. The form is fierce and powerful. It belongs to the authentic direct descent of Shaolin faction. The secret in actual combat using Taizu Pugilism is: Hit the "HongMen" with the strongest fist, always conceal the two fists in your chest, hit the opponent's weakness once you find it and avoid the strike from the opponent; Hit swiftly so that it is impossible for the opponent to ward off and use?your fists and feet together to force the opponent no way to defend; Hit the throat in the upper position and punch the private part in the lower position, and make the opponent lose his ability to fight back with the first strike.
Lecturer and demonstrator: Gao Xiang, Yin Guojie.
Sanshou (Chinese: 散手, lit. free hand) or Sanda (Chinese: 散打, lit. free fighting) is here considered just one of the components of Chinese martial arts. Sanshou is composed of Chinese martial arts applications including most aspects of combat including striking and grappling. One can see Sanshou as a synthesis of traditional Chinese kung fu fighting techniques into a more amorphous system and is commonly taught alongside traditional Chinese styles which Sanshou techniques, theory and training methods are derived from. The emphasis of Sanshou is on realistic fighting ability. As an unarmed self-defense, close combat system, Sanshou includes DA punches, kicks TI and grappling Shuai, Na (throws, locks, chokes).
This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 08 March, 2006.