29th June to 5th July 2010

Shaolin Kungfu

Grandmaster Wong and Dr Damian demonstrating some combat application

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Chi Flow, Zen and Stance Training

  1. Chi Flow and Standing Zen
  2. Developing Internal Force and Mental Clarity
  3. Two Crucial Steps in Stance Training

Principles and Practice of Footwork

  1. The Art of Flexibility
  2. Footwork is Often More Important than Techniques
  3. Stepping Forward and Gliding Forward
  4. Agile and Stable at the Same Time
  5. Being Fast Without Consciously Attempting to be Fast
  6. Turning to Different Directions in Numerous Ways

The Six Harmonies

  1. Shaolin Hand Forms
  2. The Three External Harmonies of Feet, Body and Hands
  3. The Three Internal Harmonies of Essence, Energy and Mind

Fa-Jing and Direct Counter

  1. Fa-Jing or Exploding Force
  2. Minimum Force against Maximum Strength
  3. No Defence Direct Counter

Developing Combat Skills

  1. Linking Patterns into a Set
  2. Moving In and Right Spacing
  3. Developing the Skills of Counter-Striking and of Judgment
  4. Secrets of Single Tiger Emerges from Cave
  5. Different Responses for Attacks from Different Heights

Learning Combat Tactics

  1. The Tactic of No Defence Direct Counter
  2. The Tactic of False-False, Real-Real

The Mechanics of Moving In

  1. The Advantages of Using a Poise Pattern
  2. Asking the Way
  3. The Crucial Last Step in Moving In
  4. Making Footwork Adjustment

Solidity and Agility

  1. Stance-Training Poises to Develop Internal Force
  2. Get the Form Correct and be Relaxed
  3. Yin-Yang Harmony of Solidity and Agility

Some Important Combat Principles

  1. Half a Step Back, and Half a Step Forward
  2. Going Beyond the Surface of a Simple Attack
  3. Tempting your Opponent to Break your Arm
  4. Seventy Percent of Victory Comes from the Legs
  5. Subtle Hand Movements of Shaolin Kungfu
  6. Don't Give Free Offers to your Opponents

Breath Control and Moving In

  1. Lohan Asks the Way
  2. The Magic Formula of Form-Flow-Force
  3. The Importance of the Last Step when Moving In
  4. Various Modes and Steps in Moving In
  5. Using Different Leg-Modes for Tactical Advantages

Combat Sequences 1 to 4

  1. Combat Sequence 1 - Black Tiger Steals Heart
  2. Footwork Constitutes 70% of Victory
  3. Combat Sequences 2 and 3 - Poisonous Snake and Precious Duck
  4. Combat Sequence 4 - Hang a Golden Star
  5. Continuing from One Sequence to Another

The Magic Formula of Form-Flow-Force

  1. Our Shaolin Wahnam Treasure -- One Finger Shooting Zen
  2. Employing Form-Flow-Force to Generate Internal Force
  3. Generating Internal Force by Performing a Kungfu Set

Combat Sequences 5 to 8

  1. Combat Sequence 5 - Fierce Tiger Speeds through Valley
  2. The Secrets of Pressing Attacks
  3. Combat Sequence 6 - Dark Dragon Draws Water
  4. Beauty of Shaolin Combat Application
  5. Do Not Use Strength!
  6. Five-Step Formula and Two-Step Formula
  7. Combat Sequence 7 - Chop the Hua Mountain
  8. Combat Sequence 8 - Horizontally Sweep a Thousand Armies

From Pre-Arranged Sparring to Free Sparring

  1. The Tactic of Pressing Attacks
  2. The Magic Formula of Addition and Subtraction
  3. Changing Leg Modes and Bridging Gaps
  4. One-Finger Shooting Zen and Bridging Gaps
  5. Changing Steps and Various Leg Modes
  6. Various Combinations of Combat Sequences
  7. Adding and Subtracting Patterns to Confuse Opponents
  8. Conditional Free Sparring

Using Tactics to Secure Victory

  1. Following Through and Pressing Attacks
  2. Overwhelming Opponents with Sequence Sparring
  3. Intercepting an Opponent's Response
  4. The Secrets of Hiding Flower in the Moon

Combat Sequences 9 to 12

  1. The Side-Way Tiger-Tail Kick
  2. Combat Sequence 9 - Happy Bird Hops up Branch
  3. Combat Sequence 10 - White Horse Presents Hoof
  4. How to Stop Pressing Attacks
  5. Opening or Closing an Opponent
  6. Combat Sequence 11 - Yellow Bird Drinks Water
  7. Combat Sequence 12 - Naughty Monkey Kicks at Tree
  8. One Pattern against All Kicks!
  9. Conditional Free Sparring Using Combat Sequences 1 to 12

Combat Sequences 13 to 16

  1. Combat-Sequence Set 2 - Fierce Tiger Speeds through Valley
  2. Combat-Sequence Set 3 - Happy Bird Hops up Branch
  3. Combat Sequence 13 - Fell Tree with Roots
  4. The Deadly Organ-Seeking Kick
  5. Combat Sequence 14 - Lead Horse Back to Stable
  6. Combat Sequence 15 - Farmer Hoes Rice Field
  7. Combat Sequence 16 - Fierce Tiger Pushes Mountain

Handling Boxers

  1. How to Cover a Boxer Adequately
  2. Great Advantage of the Bow-Arrow Stance
  3. The Tactic of Close-Chase-Strike
  4. Locking Both Arms of an Opponent
  5. White Monkey Holds Branch against Undercuts
  6. Intercepting Hooks with Double Bows
  7. Avoid the Mistake of Conditioned but Unnecessary Moving Back

Against Kick-Boxing and Muay Thai

  1. Felling Kick-Boxers When They Kick
  2. The Tactic of Avoid and Fell
  3. Excellent Counter against Muay Thai Knee Jabs
  4. Fascinating Application of Planting Willow in Front of Camp
  5. Countering Muay Thai Attacks Progressively
  6. Ensure Adequate Coverage when Moving in to Attack

Who Says there is No Ground-Fighting in Shaolin Kungfu?

  1. Who Says there is No Ground-Fighting in Shaolin Kungfu
  2. Counters against Various Pin-Downs
  3. Countering a Wrestler in the Progress of his Attack
  4. Counters against the Shoot at the Initiate Stage
  5. Using Shaolin Kungfu in Free Sparring

Shaolin Kungfu

Grandmaster Wong demonstrates a counter against the shoot


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