Against Boxers

Keeping a Boxer Away

Many fighters today, regardless of the style of martial art they practice, use Boxing techniques in sparring and fighting. An important reason for this situation is that Boxing is perhaps the closest to fighting instinctively. A kungfu exponent if he wishes to be effective in combat, must therefore be able to handle a Boxer's attacks. The strength of a Boxer lies in his speed. A good way to minimize this advantage of the opponent is to keep him at bay using a stretched arm at a Bow-Arrow Stance in a Shaolin pattern called “Fierce Dragon Across Stream”. Please note that the main objective of this training session is keeping the Boxer away. How to counter-attack him is learnt in other sessions

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Can Kungfu be Used for Combat? -- Part 1 from Wong Kiew Kit on Vimeo.



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