GLIMPSES OF ADVANCED-COMBINED SHAOLIN-TAIJIQUAN COURSE
8th to 14th October 2009, Penang

Single against Multiple Armed
How would you fight against multiple armed opponents?


As the title suggests, this video series shows glimpses of the Advanced-Combined Shaolin Wahnam Course held from 8th to 14th October 2009 in Penang. Many important aspects of the course, like various steps in our sparring methodology, going through the woods, and working with the bamboo men, are not shown. Course participants are requested to refer to their private videos for their own review.

The video series here shows glimpses of six aspects of the course, namely

  1. Applications of Flowing Water Staff
  2. Applications of Plum Flower Sabre
  3. Applications of Wudang Sword
  4. How to Capture an Opponent's Weapon
  5. Single Unarmed against Multiple Unarmed
  6. Single Unarmed against Multiple Armed


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Applications of Flowing Water Staff

Kungfu Weapons

If there is a bridge, go along the bridge. If there is no bridge, flow with the water.

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Applications of Plum Flower Sabre

Kungfu Weapons

A sabre is like a tiger. Circling the sabre round the head or body is a very important technique in using a sabre.

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Applications of Wudang Sword

Kungfu Weapons

A sword is light and dainty. It almost never clashes with an opponent's weapon.

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How to Capture an Opponent's Weapons

Kungfu Weapons

You must always remember that an opponent using a weapon is dangerous. A single strike can be fatal. But if you are skillful, you need not hurt him; you can capture his weapon.

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Single Unarmed against Multiple Unarmed

Kungfu Weapons

A kungfu saying mentions that "two fists are no match against four hands", which highlights the difficulty of fighting against multiple attackers, especially when they are trained in multiple attack. But of course there are ways to overcome this problem.

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Counters against Multiple Armed Attackers

Kungfu Weapons

Fighting against multiple unarmed attackers is daunting enough. How would you fight against multiple armed attackers?

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