??ghting and Capture: Five Unique Sanda (Free Fight) Skills
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
Sanda (free-fight) is the general term and form designated by the modern circle of martial arts.?Although most of the factions inherit their own titles and systems, the essence is the same, namely, to attack the weak vitals of the opponent precisely, swiftly and powerfully through hand, feet, elbows, knees, head, shoulders and crotch by combining the intention and opportunity during the fighting.?There are five unique skills for Sanda: swift strike, heavy strike, grasp strike, fighting strike, shunning strike.?Swift strike, heavy and grasp strike are attacking skills, while fighting strike and shunning strike are anti-fighting skills, all these skills have their own focuses and advantages.
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).
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This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 08 March, 2006.