Shaolin Kungfu

Cover and Strike is a good tactic against Boxers

The bouncing about of a Boxer can be his strength or his weakness. To most martial artists, it is the Boxer’s strength -- it makes him agile and fast. This is a main reason why many martial artists, not only kungfu practitioners, throw away their own techniques and bounce like a Boxer. But for us, if we know how to use our good points, we can make the Boxer’s strength his weakness. These videos show you how.

Notice that we make good use of our three external harmonies -- footwork, body-movement and hand techniques. Our one step can cover the distance a Boxer needs two steps to bounce. Without moving our feet, we can use body-movement to avoid or attack a Boxer who has to bounce forward or backward. We can cover a Boxer while attacking him, giving him no chance to counter-strike.

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Bounce Around Use Stance Cover and Strike
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Cover and Strike Cover Boxer
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Continuous Strikes Chase Boxer Step Forward
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Use Stance Go Behind Use Stance

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Shaolin Kungfu: Changing a Boxer's Strength into his Weakness from Wong Kiew Kit on Vimeo.



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