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Northern Shaolin Kung Fu! The Killing Art

Updated on April 16, 2012

northern style kung fu martial arts

Wing chung, kung fu or simply karate are all forms of martial arts. northern shaolin kung fu and Wushu is the mandarin chinese name for martial arts. Pinyin,Gongfo,wushu, are all other forms of kung fu, these where systems that where founded over the centries . These are real exercises that mimic activities from animals or a history and training method that gather inspiration from various Chinese philosophies, myths and legends. Some styles focus on the harnessing of qi and are labeled internal .There are a few ways that ther chinese labelded there styles and that was north and south.Thise martial arts changed the military, and the common people .

After the burnings of the shaolin temples, alot of there fighting systems where spread across the nation. The dragon was associated with male fertility, the cninese believed that dragon was a fabulouse animal.The dragon style encompasses a combination of hard as well as soft techniques. Its specialty is the floating and the sinking movements with the shoulders lowers and the elbows being bent. As a result of this, a powerful thrusting power will be released. White cran is the most beautiful style of all kung fu. Hurt, evade,penetrate and intercep, are the main princapoles with in the white cran style Disengage restriction with the arms and at the same time react with a jarring thrust.

Shaolin Fighting Styles

Wing Chun artists generally aid a combination of straight as well as intercepting lines along with deflecting arcs. White cran is a highly agressive style of kung fu. Anouther deadly art is hung gar, or close in tight fighting. It resembles a tiger, with hand, knuckle and open palm strikes. This fighting style is great for alleys or rooms with confind spaces.

a very populair art is the Praying mantis style, this style is simmler two the movements of a real praying mantis There are uncommon styles: Tai T�si (Yin-yang symbol), Mei Hua (Plum Blossom), Tsi T�sing (the seven stars), and Kwong P�an (the Bare style). All styles have kicks and punches, with deadly results. The monkey style, one of the deadliest arts of kung fu.Choy Lee Fut � The power that originates from the waist can be utilized to relief strong punches from a smaller amount than a foot away from the target. The reason for the monkey style being so deadly is because of the unorthaduck striking of the style, all the gumpining and rolling makes this art very un common and very hard two fight against.

Kung Fu

Kicking, punching, throwing, submissions are all part of kung fu, most other fighting forms, originated from kung fu, such fighting arts are, judo, karate, and even taekwondo. Shaolin kung fu started it all. some say that Shaolin kung fu is the oldest form of mrtial arts.


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    • newell12345 profile imageAUTHOR


      5 years ago

      I am Glad I could help you out Omar23. do a search for northern shaolin kung fu crane style, and you can find boat loads of information about this cool martial art.

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      5 years ago

      Thank you for your short useful description, i am a great fan of crane style, i wish i could find videos for teaching the whole complete form with its exercises.

      Thank you again.


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