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Drunken Boxing / Zui Quan - Julian Gangl

my drunken style fist competition debut at the south german wushu championships 2011.
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ESTILO BÊBADO - DRUNKEN BOXING - ZUI QUAN - 酔拳

Um pequena demonstração do Estilo Punho Bêbado ( Drunken Boxing / ZuiQuan / 酔拳 ). Esse é um dos estilos mais famosos do Kung-Fu, onde imita os movimentos de um bêbado. Ficou muito popular em especial pelos filmes do ator Jackie Chan, como Drunken Master (O Mestre Bêbado) e Drunken Master 2 - O Mestre Invencível.

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

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

tactic 35 - 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 - 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.

Shaolin drunken style follows no standard and, unlike other Shaolin styles, 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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Drunken Fist Shaolin Zui Quan Akos Heranz. Shaolin y Wudang.

Nueva Escuela de Kung-Fu Shaolin y Wudang - Carretera Torrelaguna, 8, Azuqueca de Henares.
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Shaolin Drunken Kung Fu: Zui Quan (read description)

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

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

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

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

tactic 35 - 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 - 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.

Shaolin drunken style follows no standard and, unlike other Shaolin styles, 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.
__________________
Shaolin kung fu tutorial:
- training:
- styles:
- weapons:

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

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

tactic 35 - 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 - 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.

Shaolin drunken style follows no standard and, unlike other Shaolin styles, 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.
__________________
Shaolin kung fu tutorial:
- training:
- styles:
- weapons:

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 Boxing (Zui Quan)

some guy doing zui quan @ 1990 china nationals.

Kung Fu Myth Buster: How to apply Drunken Boxing!!

Shifu Gregg gives a brief introduction into the famed and often mysterious Drunken boxing style!! He gives the realistic understandings of applying the mimicry style in real time, taking traditional principles and applying them to the 21st century!!

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Fei Yuliang doing Zui Quan

Fei Yuliang great wushu master from the netherlands doing zui quan at the wc 91 in beijing
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Drunken Master | Drunken Fist | Part 1 - Combat Applications of Drunken Steps Tutorial

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Hello Everyone,

Hope you are well. I just released our Drunken Master | Drunken Fist course on our website, so to celebration the release I would like to share here with you on YouTube the Foundation technique that links all the Drunken Fist form, that is - The Drunken Step.

The Drunken Step is used to link all the amazing movements such as Butterfly kick, Tornado Kick, Mighty horse kick so getting the Drunken steps right is the the first important step in becoming a great Drunken Master.

So hope you enjoy this tutorial!

I am making a series on the Drunken Master here on YouTube, so if you would like to see any thing related to Drunken master in this series please leave comments and let me know!

Happy Drunken Training!

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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.

credits again go to cwushu on youku.

Shaolin Drunken Style with Marcelo Leal, Spain


Marcelo studied Drunken Style (Zui Quan) with Shifu Shi Yan Jun for only 15 days at Songshan Shaolin Traditional Wushu Academy, located in Shaolin Temple. Amazing performance from this talented student of Shaolin Kung Fu.

Fight Science - Drunken style

Fight Science - Drunken style
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#100daystraining Day 28 : Zui Quan Iron Bell Fist

#100daystraining Day 28 : Zui Quan Iron Bell Fist

A quick lesson on a unique strike from Drunken Fist. The Iron Bell Fist Method.

#100daystraining #patreon #neilripski

Zui Jian / Drunken Sword (Zhang Yaowen) - 2014 China Traditional Wushu Nationals

Zhang Yaowen (Zhejiang Team) with Zuijian at the 2014 China Traditional Wushu Nationals. 1st Place.

Video Credits: cwushu on youku.

Zui Quan / Drunken Boxing - Julian Gangl - 2014 South German Wushu Championships

me doing Zuiquan / Drunken Fist at the South German Wushu Championships, August 2014 in Tübingen. Video Credits go to Urs Krebs from Swiss Wushu Federation. Thanks for filming ;)

Drunken Style auf der Süddeutschen Wushu Meisterschaft 2014 in Tübingen.

Šaolino vienuolynas. Dzui ciuan (Zui Quan 醉拳) Girtas kumštis



Kinija, Šaolino vienuolynas, 2009 m. Zui Quan (Girtas kumstis) 醉拳

Lietuvos tradicinio UŠU asociacija “Shaolin” skelbia naujų narių priėmimą. Užsiėmimų metu dėstomos tik tradicinės Šaolino kovos meno, sveikatingumo bei asmenybės ugdymo sistemos su visais neatsiejamais jų komponentais. Klubo instruktoriai kasmet stažuojasi Šaolino vienuolyne Kinijoje.

Propaguojame tik tradicinį Šaolino UŠU ir Ci Gung, tokį koks šiame vienuolyne buvo praktikuojamas ilgus amžius iki pat XX a. antros pusės, kuomet Honkongo filmų įtakoje pradėjo plisti daugybė modernių jo variacijų, daugelis kurių neturi nieko bendro su tikrąja Šaolino tradicija.

Tradicinė Šaolino vienuolyno kovinė praktika yra įtraukta į UNESCO nematerialių kultūros paveldo vertybių sąrašą.

Visus norinčius susipažinti su Šaolino mokymu ir tapti 1500 metų istoriją menančios tradicijos dalimi mielai kviečiame prisijungti.

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Shaolin Drunken Fist

Shaolin Monk (?) demonstrating a drunken fist form.

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