Jin Gang is supposed to originate in the Song Dynasty over 1100 years ago. It is a military heritage developed by Yu Hua Long (The Song Dynasty’s “Iron General”).
In the Ming dynasty his descendant, Yu Qian, was the Minister of Military Affairs. An upright official, he was widely respected as an expert on things military.
It was passed down to Yu Shen Xing, who became an instructor for three Crown Princes as well as minister of culture.
The 21st disciple—Yu Guang Shan — has a profound knowledge of the system and aided in fortifying the borders of the Qing Dynasty .
The 22nd generation disciple—Yu Zhao Liang—fought the Japanese at Lu Gou Bridge where he died in 1937. He was elected a national war hero.
The present, 23rd disciple, is the teacher Yu Xian Hua. A political professor he is the vice president of the National Association of Adult Education. He is technical consultant for Communication of the China/Japan Martial Association, President of the International Martial Arts and Qigong Research Center, vice-president of the Taiwan Buddhist and Martial Arts Association, Director of the Zheng Zhou Martial Arts Research Institute, vice rector of the Zheng Zhou Shaolin Martial Arts Association (Zheng Zhou is the governing city for the Shaolin Temple), He has studied this technique since childhood when he learned form his grandfather Yu Guang Shan.
About JIN GANG LI GONG DVDs
This system blends massage, point location, iron palm training and self defense with a special emphasis on capture techniques. Jin Gang is meant to marry inner had outer, moving and static exercises. It is based on intent moving qi. The Dian Xue (point knowledge) combines both with the health massage and the capture skills. It is divided into sections such as Beginning and Senior. It contains 18 magical records on usage,, effect, skills, etc.
These disks breakdown into three distinct areas of study. The first is Qigong designed for this system. The second is a massage regimen. The third is self defense. . .