Southern Kung Fu styles turn, dodge and side step quickly with “rat steps.” At the same time hands flop out and haul in forming themselves into a menagerie of claws, paws, wings and edges.
Vincent Lynch has been assembling this series, with the invaluable help of George Xu, for years. Here is a selection of videos from One Hand Videos well-known series “China’s Living Treaures” which, as far as martial arts goes, lives up to its name. In this presentation we concentrte on CLT’s demonstrations of top instructors and [...]
A demonstration by the man (72 years old) who taught George Xu the Dragon Bagua and the Double Sabers…
At Plum we get this question all the time. On one level the answer is obvious as a spinning heel hook; different people teach differently. But that is not the whole story.
July 1st, Robert Smith passed away. Someone in the martial arts field once called him “the Grand-daddy of us all.”
Not only did he become one of Yang’s top ten disciples but, later in life, he stood as Yang’s chosen fighter to take on challenges to the school.
From his childhood he studied numerous styles of Kung Fu. Early on his acquired the technique of the Six Harmony Spear (Liu He Jiang) which he continued to refine his entire life.