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KUNG FU in REALITY - SHAOLIN Style

The term Kung Fu refers to the martial arts of China. Kung Fu originated in a place called the Shaolin Temple, where monks practiced Kung Fu for health and self-defense during their quest for enlightenment.
The first Shaolin temple was a Buddhist monastery built in 377 A.D. in the Henan province of China. In 527 A.D. a Buddhist prince, Bodhidharma, or Da Mo in Chinese, traveled to the temple for religious teaching, but found the monks weak and in poor health. To find a way to give the monks strength and vitality, Da Mo locked himself in a room for nine years of meditation. His resulting work, Yi Jin Jing, a series of exercises which developed strength, vitality, and internal energy, is considered the original Shaolin martial art.

Historically, Kung Fu in China was an integral part in the education of scholars and the leaders of government. The Chinese people placed great value in the practice of Kung Fu because they felt it taught respect, patience, humility, and morality.
Many Americans believe that Kung Fu is a term which describes a single martial art, much like Taekwondo, Judo, or Aikido. In reality, Kung Fu is a general term which includes hundreds of styles of Chinese martial arts. Some examples of Kung Fu styles are Long Fist, Eagle Claw, and Taiji Quan.

Another misconception is that Kung Fu is a soft style compared with Karate or other hard styles. This is not so: each Kung Fu style contains both hard and soft techniques. Also, many people believe that Kung Fu is an external style and Taiji Quan is an internal style. While most Kung Fu styles emphasize external development, all styles of Kung Fu contain both internal and external components.

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Compartimos el primer capítulo del documental THE KUNG FU SHAOLIN. subtitulado al español.

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KUNG FU CALLEJERO. 3 TÉCNICAS

En este vídeo vemos 3 técnicas provenientes de varios estilos de Kung Fu. Bien entrenadas y dominando los conceptos del combate, nos serán de mucha utilidad si alguna vez nos vemos inmersos en una situación de combate callejero.

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Más allá de las técnicas, tal y como ya hemos comentado en otros vídeos, lo más importante es dominar los conceptos del combate y entrenar de manera realista. De esta manera, podremos defendernos casi con cualquier estilo de Artes Marciales.

Hemos elegido tres técnicas que podemos ver de manera transversal en muchos estilos de KF. Si bien es cierto que el número de técnicas es prácticamente ilimitado, y los estilos varían mucho en función de la zona geográfica de China en la que tengan su origen.

Las técnicas que vemos en el vídeo han sido elegidas por su contundencia y efectividad, habiendo sido probadas (por mi mismo) en situaciones complicadas. Aún así os animamos a que experimentéis y elijáis aquellas que más se ajusten a vuestra manera de combatir.

En el vídeo también vemos varios ejercicios para fortalecer los dedos. La fragilidad digital puede llevarnos a lesiones al ejecutar algunas de la técnicas.

Las técnicas de las que hablamos son las siguientes:
-Garra del Tigre. Ataque con los dedos y/o palma. En trayectoria circular.
-Biu Jee. Dedos a los ojos. Índice, anular y corazón se clavan en el ojo como una espada.
-Patada Lateral. Versátil, contundente y efectiva, sobre todo cuando llevamos zapatillas.

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Is Kung Fu SH#T for Fighting? | KUNG FU vs MMA Which is BETTER?

Kung Fu vs MMA, Which is better?

The answer depends on how you define better, better for what? While I love watching MMA, I must say that it doesn’t have the moral or social values of a martial art.

MMA today is a sophisticated business and combat sport. It produces unarguably some of the fittest and well conditioned athletes of all the combat sports. However, the key word to note is the term ‘athlete’, even professional athlete. Athletes are not martial artists.

This is the technical and psychological difference between Martial Arts and MMA today.


Technical Difference

Most of the comments we get argue that Kung Fu is bad because it lacks sparring and real intent. There is a form of combat training derived from traditional Kung Fu and Wu Shu called San Shou (also known as San Da).

San Da training compares equally well to MMA. In my opinion, produces better technical fighters than MMA for one simple reason. San Da fighters train to fight on a raised platform with no cage fence.

Fighting on a raised platform means that you have to have better footwork in order to avoid being pushed or thrown over the edge.
Another significant characteristic is that fighters are allowed less time in a clinch. Which means that they have to throw or do take downs straight away. There’s no relying on the fence to take someone down, so you’ll see much faster and dynamic exchanges in San Da compared to MMA.


Of course, one major short fall of San Da fighters is that they lack the ‘Ground and Pound’ of MMA. They would struggle to make a complete transition to MMA without learning a complete submission game.

However, there is clearly a path to fighting in Kung Fu.



Psychological Differences

As I said earlier, Athletes are not martial artists. The only concern of an athlete is the contest. The winning or losing. Hence, all too often we see our MMA stars celebrating over an injured opponent or trash talking in order to humiliate their opponent.

Now these aren’t values that a martial artist has. Martial Arts practice is a holistic. Training a martial means that you learn values that improve your moral thinking. The term Fighter, Scholar, Healer rings true, a true martial artist can be all or some of these constructs. An MMA fighter is none of these.

Consider the Miyamoto Musashi a famous Samurai that wrote the Book of 5 Rings. His teachings derived from Combat have led the way for many generations to follow.


The Take Away From this

Traditional martial arts has a greater value beyond fighting. It’s strength is in its diversity. You can learn to fight with San Da, but you really achieve is the something that will stay with you for the rest of your life. That’s yourself, a better you.
There’s value in every martial art, it’s just a case or opening your eyes to see the light. Thanks for watching.

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The Wing chun episode was specially made for a Sky channel back in 2006. Master Wong demonstrates and talk through with you the basics techniques of the hand movements, stepping, trapping and the importance of the wing chun system based on the Sil Lim tao, chum Kiu, Biu Jee, Dummy, fighting art and self defence of the Master Wong system. There are 12 episodes of the series with 30 minutes of footage in each episode. Enjoy this full episode!

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Wing Chun basic training lessons with master Wong that cover form, application and use of Wing Chun principles in real confrontations. The Master Wong system (MWS) considers the need to address likely modern threats. Most Wing Chun schools only on work fighting enemies with relatively low or no skill. The truth is that this will only lead to Wing Chun not being used correctly and becoming in effective. This is so often the case that Wing Chun has a bad reputation in the world of real fighting. MWS is different; we don’t hide behind the need for tradition we move with the times and use Wing Chun against all fighting styles. Our Wing Chun is a fully comprehensive fighting system incorporating all aspects of fighting and training.
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Kung Fu Techniques : Pressure Points in Chinese Martial Arts

Chinese Martial Arts involves the use of several different pressure points on the human body. Learn about the pressure points in Chinese Martial Arts with help from a Kung Fu instructor in this free video clip.

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Bojové umění: Kung-Fu (chuang-fu)
Původ:Čína
Jiné názvy: Chuang -Fu originální název
Zakladatolé: mniši v klášteře Šao-Lin
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(Kung-fu se správně nazývá chuang-fu a nikdo neví proč se rozšířilo kung - fu, když to ve volném překladu znamená mistrovství) Kung-fu a další podobné dálně-východní bojové techniky byly ovlivněny starověkým indickým bojovým uměním zvaným kalaripayattu (český přepis kalaripajattu). Původ kalaripayattu není zcela jasný. Podle některých japonských historiků bylo indické bojové umění dokonce ovlivněno i tradičním řeckým způsobem zápasu nazvaným pankration, který přinesl do Indie během svých výbojů Alexandr Veliký. Již předtím praktikovala indická válečnická kasta kšatrijů bojové umění, které se postupně vyvinulo v karapaito, jež se následně po staletích transformovalo v umění známé jako kalaripayattu.[1]
Tento názor podporuje i tradiční legenda o původu kung-fu. Podle tradice se v 6. století jihoindický princ Bódhidharma, který ovládal karapaito, stal buddhistickým mnichem a odcestoval do Číny, aby tu šířil učení později známé jako čchanový buddhismus, ze kterého se po importu do Japonska vyvinul zenový buddhismus. V Číně se usadil v klášteře Šao-lin. Bódhidharma jako buddhistický mnich bojové umění nepoužíval, když však viděl zubožený fyzický stav tamějších mnichů, naučil je bojovým technikám, aby jim pomohl zlepšit tělesnou kondici. Mniši v šaolinském klášteře Bódhidharmovy cviky dále rozvíjeli a přijímali vlivy od příchozích z celé Číny. Postupně se tak vyvinuly mnohé šaolinské styly a klášter Šao-lin se stal jejich centrem.
Kromě čchanového buddhismu se při výuce různých stylů užívají i jiné čínské filosofické, kosmologické a medicínské systémy. Jde např. o taoismus, dualitu Jin a Jang znaku tchaj-ťi, osm trigramů a 64 hexagramů Knihy proměn (I-ťing), Pětici proměn (prvků) - země, oheň, dřevo, voda a kov, Dvanáct znamení čínského zvěrokruhu, nauka o principu čchi, akupunkturních bodech a drahách.
Správně se slovo kung-fu (gongfu) překládá jako dovednost získaná dlouhou a namáhavou prací. Je možné jej použít v souvislosti s libovolným řemeslem nebo uměním, například s uměním aranžování květin. V samotné čínštině se pro bojová (válečná) umění používá výraz wu-šu (wushu), nebo i čchüan-fa.
Wu-šu (武术 , pinyin wushu) je standardizovaný výraz doporučovaný čínskou vládou pro bojové, sportovní i exhibiční formy, a tak se s rozšířením tohoto výrazu mimo Čínu stal synonymem spíše pro formy sportovní a exhibiční, včetně tech nejmodernějších, připomínajících gymnastiku. Ty někdy příliš nedbají na sebeobranný a zdravotní aspekt, jenž je základem tradičních stylů, ale spíše na efektnost pohybů. Můžeme se setkat s tím, že učitelé tradičních stylů mimo Čínu se proto od tohoto výrazu distancují a nadále používají pro své bojové styly souhrnné označení gongfu.
Cvičení wu-šu klade velký důraz na postupný a individuální rozvoj jedince po všech stránkách, ať už fyzických či mentálních. Prioritou tradičních wu-šu stylů je bojový aspekt v reálných podmínkách.
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