APPLYING THE TACTIC OF CHASE, COVER AND STRIKE AGAINST BOXERS

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Grandmaster Wong applying the tectic of "Chase, Cover and Strike" against a Boxer

There are so many Shaolin techniques that can be effectively used against Boxers. The Shaolin techniques chosen here are relatively elementary. More sophisticated techniques like felling and chin-na are not used.

Yet, these elementary techniques are adequate to handle a Boxer competently if you are skillful. The tactic shown here, which is excellent against Boxers, is “Chase, Cover and Strike”. You chase a Boxer so that you are at close-quarters, cover his hands so that he cannot rain punches on you, and continuously strike him.

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Distilled Sequence 1 Against Boxing Against Boxing
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Chase, Cover, Strike Chase, Cover, Strike Chase, Cover, Strike
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Moving In Moving In Against Boxing

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Selection from Intensive Shaolin Kungfu Course in Frankfurt of June 2008

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  1. Applying Shaolin Kungfu against other Martial Arts
  2. Applying the Tactic of Chase, Cover and Strike against Boxers
  3. Effective Shaolin Techniques and Tactics against Kick-Boxing
  4. Intercepting Fast Punches and Striking Kicking Legs
  5. Shaolin Counters against Sweeping Kicks and Knee Jabs
  6. Handling Kick-Boxers and Muay Thai Fighters
  7. Counters against Knee Strikes, Elbow Strikes and Elbow Dislocations
  8. Effective Ways to Handle Boxers
  9. Counters against Kick-Boxing and Wrestling Attacks
  10. The Eight Distilled Combat Sequences

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