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Hua Quan Origins, Techniques and Characteristics (China-style Chuan)

Hua Quan, called the China-style Chuan, is one of Chinese Chuan styles. It originated in Jining of Shandong Province (ancient Rencheng).

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Intro Wing Chun Kung Fu Schools

If you want to learn Wing Chun techniques and to become a professional Wing Chun practicer, you can choose one of these schools to learn.

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Chuojiao Styles and Techniques (Feet Poking Chuan)

Chuojiao is one of the oldest Chinese Chuan styles. It is also called Feet Poking Chuan and is mainly practised in north China. It is known for its range of feet and leg plays.

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6 Wing Chun Kung Fu Forms

You know how many forms there are in Wing Chun Kung Fu? Maybe some people do not know that. No matter. I will show them to you.

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Nan Quan Major Styles and Characteristics (Southern-style Chuan)

Nan Quan, also called the southern-style Chuan is a Chinese martial art. It is widely practised in south China. It evolved during the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), and has many different styles.

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Tai Chi Influence on Immunologic Function

Tai Chi plays important roles in promoting defense function of body, this is why Tai Chi is able to cure diseases and prolong the life.

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4 Steps to Learn Mixed Martial Arts Training Techniques

Mixed martial arts is a combat sport that uses a variety of martial arts techniques to bring fighters to the ultimate level of fighting skill and fitness.

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Liuhe Quan Techniques and Features

Liuhe Quan is a Chinese martial art. Liuhe Quan, also called Six-combination Chuan, is combat orientated. It is believed to be a derivative of Shaolin Quan and to have been passed on from an old boxer named Cao who lived at Botou in Hebei Province during Emperor Daoguang’s reign in the Qing Dynasty (1821-1850).

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Fanzi Quan Characteristics, Techniques and Routine

Fanzi Quan(Tumbling Chuan) is part of chinese martial arts. Fanzi Quan is also known as Bashanfan (eight-flash Chuan). It is so called because of its eight major flashing movements, which are executed as fast as lightning and thunderclaps.

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How to study kung fu back stance techniques

The back stance is a defensive stance that concentrates weight mostly on the rear leg leaving the other leg maneuverable. How to do the back stance in kung fu? Follow these steps to do the kung fu back stance.

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