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Drunken Boxing / Zui Quan - Julian Gangl

my drunken style fist competition debut at the south german wushu championships 2011.

Shaolin Drunken Kung Fu: Zui Quan (read description)

Shaolin kung fu drunken style (醉汉拳: zui han quan)
by monk Yanbin
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- combat strategy:

this advanced style teaches extreme tactics of misguiding and trapping the opponent. its main tactics are:

# tactic 33 of 36 - sowing dissension tactic (反间计): follow no standard to be unpredictable. confuse the opponent by abnormal moves from unlikely angles.

# tactic 34 of 36 - be wise, play foolish (假痴不癫): pretend mental disorder, like being drunk.

# tactic 35 of 36 - self-infliction tactic (苦肉计): pretend physical disorder, like a weakness or injury. these make the opponent underestimate and so loosen guard.

# tactic 36 of 36 - toss a brick to take gem (抛砖引玉): expose or even bait parts of your body to lure the opponent attack there. though risky, as defense, this can save you by luring the opponent away from his own plan and, as offense, can trap the opponent by luring him into your ambush.

to follow no standard, unlike other Shaolin styles, Shaolin drunken style doesn't have a standard form. it is a free-form style and everyone can have his own different drunken form.
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- history:

# Tang dynasty (618-907):
at the beginning of the dynasty, in 621 AD, 13 monks from Shaolin temple intervened prominently in a war to help the new dynasty. Li Shimin (李世民), son of the new emperor and the commander of the Tang army, appreciated it and endowed the monks with officialdom, land, and wealth, and came to Shaolin temple in ceremony of the victory, and gifted the monks with the permission to disavow the Buddhist rule of not consuming meat and wine. monk Zhishou (智守), one of the 13 monks, had a prior interest in wine before becoming a monk and is said to had been able to drink 5 catties of wine in one breath. following the permission, he grabbed a jar and drank a huge amount of wine. monks blamed him, but fully intoxicated, he challenged the monks in disorder with his staff and then bare hand when disarmed, and could defy a vary large group of monks. the abbot praised this 'drunken style' and it was adopted, refined, and inherited over generations. because of their Buddhist vows, monks did not standardize this style, but most lineages of the monks developed their own drunken form and kept it as their hidden advanced style.
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- note: there are various other drunken forms and styles in Chinese kung fu, and they are different from Shaolin zui han quan. most of them are based on imitating the Daoist tale of the 8 drunken immortals, while Shaolin zui han quan is based on the Buddhist character of a drunken luohan. though technically similar, these are different styles.
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Kung Fu Zui Quan 醉拳(estilo borracho) VS Karate Kyokunshinkai

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Este video muestra 3 combates entre distintos luchadores de Karate Kyokushinkai y Kung Fu Suijiuquan (drunken style). En ellos se aprecia como estos últimos pierden claramente cada uno de los asaltos.

Zui Quan vs. Hou Quan.flv

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Shaolin Drunken Kung Fu: Zui Quan (read description)

Shaolin kung fu drunken style (醉汉拳: zui han quan)
by Xing Junjian
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- combat strategy:

this advanced style teaches extreme tactics of misguiding and trapping the opponent. its main tactics are:

# tactic 33 of 36 - sowing dissension tactic (反间计): follow no standard to be unpredictable. confuse the opponent by abnormal moves from unlikely angles.

# tactic 34 of 36 - be wise, play foolish (假痴不癫): pretend mental disorder, like being drunk.

# tactic 35 of 36 - self-infliction tactic (苦肉计): pretend physical disorder, like a weakness or injury. these make the opponent underestimate and so loosen guard.

# tactic 36 of 36 - toss a brick to take gem (抛砖引玉): expose or even bait parts of your body to lure the opponent attack there. though risky, as defense, this can save you by luring the opponent away from his own plan and, as offense, can trap the opponent by luring him into your ambush.

to follow no standard, unlike other Shaolin styles, Shaolin drunken style doesn't have a standard form. it is a free-form style and everyone can have his own different drunken form.
__________________
- history:

# Tang dynasty (618-907):
at the beginning of the dynasty, in 621 AD, 13 monks from Shaolin temple intervened prominently in a war to help the new dynasty. Li Shimin (李世民), son of the new emperor and the commander of the Tang army, appreciated it and endowed the monks with officialdom, land, and wealth, and came to Shaolin temple in ceremony of the victory, and gifted the monks with the permission to disavow the Buddhist rule of not consuming meat and wine. monk Zhishou (智守), one of the 13 monks, had a prior interest in wine before becoming a monk and is said to had been able to drink 5 catties of wine in one breath. following the permission, he grabbed a jar and drank a huge amount of wine. monks blamed him, but fully intoxicated, he challenged the monks in disorder with his staff and then bare hand when disarmed, and could defy a vary large group of monks. the abbot praised this 'drunken style' and it was adopted, refined, and inherited over generations. because of their Buddhist vows, monks did not standardize this style, but most lineages of the monks developed their own drunken form and kept it as their hidden advanced style.
__________________
- note: there are various other drunken forms and styles in Chinese kung fu, and they are different from Shaolin zui han quan. most of them are based on imitating the Daoist tale of the 8 drunken immortals, while Shaolin zui han quan is based on the Buddhist character of a drunken luohan. though technically similar, these are different styles.
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Demostración Zui Quan (estilo borracho) ф Drunken Kung Fu (醉拳)

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Este video muestra una perfecta ejecución de Kung Fu Zui Quan, más conocido como estilo borracho (drunken style) de lucha.
En contra de lo que la mayoría pueda pensar acerca de la efectividad de este estilo de lucha, este hombre muestra cuán de letal y eficaz puede llegar a ser este arte en combate.
Como se ve en el vídeo, el Kung Fu Zui Quan requiere de enorme elasticidad y gran técnica para ejecutarse correctamente, quizá sea éste uno de los mayores problemas para la proliferación de nuevos practicantes, en cualquier caso, queda demostrado aquello de: No importa el estilo que se practique, sino quién y cómo lo practique.

中国武術 酔拳 Wushu Drunken fist Zui quan 李殿方(四川省)

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Zui Quan (Zhang Yao Wen) - China Traditional Wushu Nationals 2011

Drunken Boxing Form by Zhang Yao Wen (Zhejiang) at the Traditional China Wushu Nationals 2011.

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Zhan Ke Zhi - Zui Quan application

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Boxeo del Borracho Zui Quan por Marcos Barrera DAT part 1

Prof.: Marcos Barrera
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Gran avenida 4270 san Miguel
Fono: 7236369

Shaolin Drunken Kung Fu: Zui Quan (read description)

Shaolin kung fu drunken style (醉汉拳: zui han quan)
by Yang Jie
__________________
- combat strategy:

this advanced style teaches extreme tactics of misguiding and trapping the opponent. its main tactics are:

# tactic 33 of 36 - sowing dissension tactic (反间计): follow no standard to be unpredictable. confuse the opponent by abnormal moves from unlikely angles.

# tactic 34 of 36 - be wise, play foolish (假痴不癫): pretend mental disorder, like being drunk.

# tactic 35 of 36 - self-infliction tactic (苦肉计): pretend physical disorder, like a weakness or injury. these make the opponent underestimate and so loosen guard.

# tactic 36 of 36 - toss a brick to take gem (抛砖引玉): expose or even bait parts of your body to lure the opponent attack there. though risky, as defense, this can save you by luring the opponent away from his own plan and, as offense, can trap the opponent by luring him into your ambush.

to follow no standard, unlike other Shaolin styles, Shaolin drunken style doesn't have a standard form. it is a free-form style and everyone can have his own different drunken form.
__________________
- history:

# Tang dynasty (618-907):
at the beginning of the dynasty, in 621 AD, 13 monks from Shaolin temple intervened prominently in a war to help the new dynasty. Li Shimin (李世民), son of the new emperor and the commander of the Tang army, appreciated it and endowed the monks with officialdom, land, and wealth, and came to Shaolin temple in ceremony of the victory, and gifted the monks with the permission to disavow the Buddhist rule of not consuming meat and wine. monk Zhishou (智守), one of the 13 monks, had a prior interest in wine before becoming a monk and is said to had been able to drink 5 catties of wine in one breath. following the permission, he grabbed a jar and drank a huge amount of wine. monks blamed him, but fully intoxicated, he challenged the monks in disorder with his staff and then bare hand when disarmed, and could defy a vary large group of monks. the abbot praised this 'drunken style' and it was adopted, refined, and inherited over generations. because of their Buddhist vows, monks did not standardize this style, but most lineages of the monks developed their own drunken form and kept it as their hidden advanced style.
__________________
- note: there are various other drunken forms and styles in Chinese kung fu, and they are different from Shaolin zui han quan. most of them are based on imitating the Daoist tale of the 8 drunken immortals, while Shaolin zui han quan is based on the Buddhist character of a drunken luohan. though technically similar, these are different styles.
__________________
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ME IN DRUNKEN FIST (ZUI QUAN)

Zui Quan - Drunken Boxing

Zui Quan - Drunken Boxing

Zhan Ke Zhi - Zui quan

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Estilos Tradicionais / Traditional Styles -- Zui Quan, Zui Jian, San Tie Gun, Jiu Jie Bian - (8/8)

Minha compilação de alguns dos estilos tradicionais de Wushu - 8/8

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Estilos apresentados:

► Zui Quan -- O Zui Quan, popularmente conhecido como Punho Bêbado ou Boxe do Bêbado, é um estilo de Wushu baseado nos movimentos de um bêbado e que também inspira-se parcialmente na lenda chinesa dos Oito Bêbados Imortais.
O praticante curva os dedos polegar e indicador de modo à simular o manuseio de um copo fictício. Durante a forma, ele interpreta a ingestão da bebida e, embriagado, realiza saltos, quedas e movimentos instáveis, tais como os de um bêbado, de fato.

► Zui Jian -- Esta é uma ramificação do Punho Bêbado, no qual o praticante faz uso de uma espada.

► San Jie Gun -- O San Tie Gun é um bastão chinês de três seções (feitas de madeira ou metal) interligados entre si por anéis metálicos ou corda. Constituindo-se numa versão mais elaborada do famoso Lien Tin Kwan (ou nunchaku), esta arma é girada para ganhar impulso e desferir golpes devastadores. Entretanto, embora muito útil na defesa contra lanças e outras armas longas, ela é extremamente traiçoeira, o que exige grande habilidade por parte do lutador que a empunha.

► Jiu Jie Bian -- Esta é a corrente de 9 elos, chamada assim por conter nove articulações em seu corpo. Geralmente adornadas em cada uma de suas extremidades com tecidos coloridos (com o intuito de distrair o oponente e absorver suor e sangue das mãos do lutador) e utilizadas em pares, a Jiu Jie Bian constitui-se numa arma ágil e feroz quando girada.

Shifu Xu Ze Peng - Zui Quan (Drunken Style) - 2012

2012 Türkiye Wushu Taolu Şampiyonası Açılış Gösterisi usta Xu Ze Peng zui quan (drunken style)

Drunken Fist Shaolin Zui Quan Akos Heranz. Shaolin y Wudang.

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