ARRESTING HORSE AND KICKING CARRIAGE

Shaolin Tantui

Course participants practicing Tantui Combat Sequence 11



When you move in to fell an opponent, as in “Arrest Horse at Cliff”, it is essential to cover yourself well so that your opponent cannot strike you, a very important precaution many martial artists neglect. The second felling technique, “Silly Bridegroom Kicks Carriage”, is interesting. You fell an opponent when he tries to fell you, and you do so without having to hold or throw him!


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Class Practice
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Solo Practice

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Combat Sequence 11
Combat Sequence 11
Combat Sequence 11


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Arresting Horse and Kicking Carriage in Shaolin Tantui from Wong Kiew Kit on Vimeo.



Tantui Course at UK Summer Camp 2007


Other reviews of Tantui courses held in Toronto and Frankfurt can be found at

Tantui, the Essence of Northern Shaolin

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