Chu-Xian Cai. Fukien Ground Boxing: Southern Shaolin Leg Techniques

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Fukien Ground Boxing: Southern Shaolin Leg Techniques

Chu-Xian Cai

Fukien Ground Boxing:

 Southern Shaolin Leg Techniques

(Japan Publications, 1993)

As a kind of imitation boxing belonging to the Southern Shaolin Boxing system, Fujian Groung Boxing is noted for its agile and changeable footwork, as well as its fierce and vigorous fist technique. The essence of the technique is fully manifested in the lower-level movements with abundant leg skills.

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Fukien Ground Boxing: Southern Shaolin Leg Techniques

Fukien Ground Boxing: Southern Shaolin Leg Techniques

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Paperback: 

128 pages, 10.1 x 7.1 inches

Publisher:

Japan Publications (1993)

Language:

English

ISBN-10:

0870409247

ISBN-13: 

978-0870409240 

Fukien Ground Boxing: Southern Shaolin Leg Techniques

 

ABOUT THE BOOK

Fujian Ground Boxing is one of the branches of Southern Shaolin Boxing. It is also called Shaolin Dog Style Boxing because of it unique methods. As a kind of imitation boxing belonging to the Southern Shaolin Boxing system, Fujian Groung Boxing is noted for its agile and changeable footwork, as well as its fierce and vigorous fist technique. The essence of the technique is fully manifested in the lower-level movements with abundant leg skills. There is no lower-level movement without a leg action. In order to handle the technique skillfully, one should use his hands, legs and torso cooperatively. It requires that the hand acts as a rope, the body rolls as a ball, waist works as an axle and the legs performs as a wheel. As a kind of imitation school, Fujian Ground Boxing developed in the shape of a dog's movements such as running, punching, rolling, overturning, kicking, lying, dodging and feeling. You can practice in three levels, i.e. the upper-, middle- and lower-level, but the lower-level movements are the most superb of all, for they possess not only the first technique features of the Southern Shaolin Boxing, but also the unique ground skills which are celebrated for the various practical leg actions. With movements nimble and changeable, it really deserves to be called "the skills for seizing on the ground".

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Chai Chu-Xian. Fukien Ground Boxing: Southern Shaolin Leg TechniquesChai Chu-Xian (Tzai Tzu-Shien), Vice Chairman and Secretary-general of Fuzhou Martial Arts Association, President and Chief Instructor of Fuzhou Martial Arts Center, was born on Nov. 3, 1950 in Fuzhou city, Fujian (Fukien) Province in China. He has been practicing Chinese Martial Arts since 1961.

 

He entered Fujian Physical College in 1974 and learnt Liu He Men Quan (Liu Fue Chuan) and other relational martial arts under the Professor Hong Zheng-Fu and graduated in 1976. He also learnt Nan Shaolin (Southern Shaolin) Ground Boxing (Dog Style Leg Techniques) under Chen Yi-Jiu, Nan Shaolin (Southern Shaolin) He Quan (Southern Shaolin Crane style) under Huang Mei Gao. In 1978, he attended the All China Martial Arts Instructors Special Training Course, under the auspices of the National Physical Committee, at the Chengdu Physical College in Shichuan Province. In 1979, he was invited for the demonstration at the All China Martial Arts Tournament and received a Special Prize. In 1980, he was awarded a First Class Prize at the All Fujian Martial Arts Tournament

He became a student of Wan Lai Sheng, one of the great masters in the Chinese martial arts world. He was already studied the following martial arts: Gong Fu of Zhilang Men (Natural Style Boxing), Liu He Men, Di Shu Quan (Dog Style Leg Techniques), Shaolin Luohan Quan (Shaolin Arhat's Fist), He Quan (Crane Style), Bagua Zhang (Eight-diagramm Palm), Taijiquan (Tai Chi Chuan), Tan Lang Quan (Mantis Style), Fang-Zi Quan, Broad sword (Dao), Sword (Jian), Spear, Rod and Whip techniques, etc.

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