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Wushu Stances. Martial Development — Martial arts for personal development. Unlocking the Warrior Spirit: Duckling Edition April 28th, 2011 · 18 Comments It’s not the size of the duck in the fight, but the size of the fight in the duck that counts.

Martial Development — Martial arts for personal development

Categories: Martial Arts Humor · Video From Homeless to World Champion: The Story of Kickboxer Marco Sies April 19th, 2011 · 4 Comments Excerpted from The Master Method: Four Steps to Success, Prosperity and Inner Peace by Master Marco Sies Growing up, I experienced difficulties and personal conflict that I’ve worked very hard to overcome. Very small for my age, I was a dark-skinned boy living n a not-yet diversified [Chilean] population where light skin was admired and favored. Categories: Philosophy · Reviews Are Action Movies Ruining Martial Arts? April 12th, 2011 · 10 Comments In New York Magazine, Kyle Buchanan laments the decline of the modern action movie: Mr. Categories: Fighting and Self-Defense · Martial Arts News · Philosophy The Best of Karate Kyle Contest. Sancaidao. Shaolin warrior training. My Top 20 Must See Kung Fu Movies 5 - 1 (Part 4 of 4) 6 Great Martial Arts for Killing a Man With Your Bare Hands.

Were you one of those guys who took Tae Kwon Do or Karate lessons as a kid?

6 Great Martial Arts for Killing a Man With Your Bare Hands

Did you learn to break little boards with your fist, and dream of becoming the baddest man on the planet? Well, consider your dreams shattered like so many bones. There are martial arts taught around the world that are designed to break people, not boards, and you've still got some learning to do, kid. Starting with... Country of Origin: Russia Russia is a country with a history of diverse, if not incredibly numerous, invaders, having been attacked by the Mongols, the Huns, the French, and the Germans at one time or another. Over time the Russians developed a particularly brutal form of wrestling on the steppes. They originally taught it to the Red Army and government agents, but with crime on the rise, sambo has seen a lot of use by bodyguards, who added a few extra moves like "killing your attacker with his own knife, making him look like a giant douche in front of everybody.

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Baguazhang. Baguazhang (Chinese: 八卦掌; pinyin: Bàguà Zhǎng) is one of the three main Chinese martial arts of the Wudang school, the other two being Taijiquan and Xingyiquan.

Baguazhang

It is more broadly grouped as an internal practice (or neijia gong). Bāguà zhǎng literally means "eight trigram palm," referring to the trigrams of the Yijing (I Ching), one of the canons of Taoism.[1] History[edit] Modern styles[edit] Common aspects[edit] Internalist Zhang Zhaodong, also known as Zhang Zhankui The practice of circle walking, or "turning the circle", as it is sometimes called, is Baguazhang's characteristic method of stance and movement training. Many distinctive styles of weapons are contained within Baguazhang; some use concealment, like the "scholar's pen" or a pair of knives (the most elaborate, which are unique to the style, are the crescent-shaped deer horn knives (Chinese: 鹿角刀; pinyin: Lùjiǎodāo). In popular culture[edit] See also[edit] Notes[edit] ^ Jump up to: a b Lie, Zhang.

References[edit] Robert W. Las Artes Hermanas de Baguazhang y Xing Yi Quan. Sabemos que estos artículos son leídos y tenidos muy en cuenta incluso por estudiantes y profesores de otras escuelas, según nos han manifestado por correo privado (que agradecemos), es así que con mucho gusto compartimos desde la Escuela Tradicional WuHsingChuan el siguiente.

Las Artes Hermanas de Baguazhang y Xing Yi Quan

Estas líneas intentan destacar el excelente complemento marcial que se muestra adecuadamente a través de dos sistemas del Kung Fu Tradicional Chino. Nos referimos al Baguazhang (Pa Kua Chang) y al Xing Yi Quan (Hsing I Chuan). Sus formas complementadas son enseñadas en la Escuela Internacional WuHsingChuan. Estos sistemas fueron, durante mucho tiempo, desarrollados y practicados por separado. Pero a raíz de un encuentro combativo protagonizado por los Grandes Maestros de la historia boxística china, Dong Hai Quan (Baguazhang) y Kuo Yun Shen -conocido como La Divina Mano Cruzada, o Divina Mano que Aplasta- (Xing Yi Quan), sus caminos se entrelazaron con una riqueza digna de destacar.

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