Last Chance

Plum has been in business for more than 25 years and, of course, with almost 4000 products we have amassed a cacophony of styles, teachers, and the occasional who-knows-what. While most items go through our cataloguing process, there are some (ok, several boxes worth) that for, whatever reason, never make it to the site. In most cases, these are either items that are no longer available, or stock is too intermittent to maintain consistently; sometimes, they are quality items that just do not speak to us! In 99% of the cases, there is only one copy (or one set) and then they are gone. If interested, act quickly.

We will try to update this post by adding new stuff and subtracting sold items, as often as we can.

Enjoy!


Demonstrators/Teachers: Liu Zhen Hai and Shi Xing Sen

This is a series of 10 VCDs called Authentic Shaolin Boxing Martial Arts Series. Among these 10 disks are Pao Quan, roads 1-3; Five Altar Sword, all performed by Liu. The VCDs performed by Shi are (all Shaolin) Black Tiger Boxing, Praying Mantis Boxing, Health Patterns, Mei Hua Spear, Feng Mo Stick, Five Tigers and Sheep Saber. All 10 VCDs are, of course, in Chinese only, but are highly instructive, even to the non-Chinese speaker.

The set of 10 VCDs (reg $79.50 /LAST CHANCE PRICE $45)

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Demonstrator/Teacher: Chen Er Hu.
This is a series of Chin Nah and San Shou movements derived from Chen Style Tai Chi. Every movement is shown from a number of angles. We have three different configurations of this group:

The set minus #4 in the series—6 boxes/7 DVDs (reg $108 /LAST CHANCE PRICE $65)

A ‘sampling’ of 4 boxes/4 DVDs (reg $64 /LAST CHANCE PRICE $35)

Sifu Chen gets right to the heart of the matter showing sweeps, pushes and other take downs. This series of self-defense applications shows the relationship between Tai Chi Push Hands and Tai Chi San Shou. Principally these should “feed one another” in that the separate applications are aided by Push Hands method of blending them into spontaneous action and, of course, the applications give you some idea of what is happening in Push Hands.

Chen is a strong man and he goes through A LOT of applications filmed from different angles. As always much of the Chin Nah is classic but there is more throwing and the flavor of Tai Chi is retained. While the DVDs do graduate somewhat in complexity of movements they are roughly equally in difficulty. Bring a mat.

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