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Jue Ban / Rare Kungfu Series of DVD/DVDs


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Dalian Boxing

In the middle period of Qing dynasty, Ma Chaozhu brought Henan Shaolin Boxing into Sichuan. This boxing pays more attention to fists than to legs. It's marked by fast footwork, clear-cut movements, hardness integrated with softness. Technically, it focuses on capture, close strike, leaning, shoveling, striking and capturing while attaching importance to the principles of overwhelming and blocking.
Media:dvd
Soundtrack: Chinese
Subtitles: English / Chinese
Duration: 54 mins
Region: 0 (all region DVD)
Price:£10

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Eight Punching on the Middle Piles

The movements of Eight Punching on the Middle Piles are continuous and forceful. While defending, they are like alert dogs fending off intruders. While attacking, they're like hungry tigers darting down the mountains. The movements are marked by floating and sinking, swallowing and spiting, dodging and snapping, and power by completeness of pressing, chopping, hardness and softness. The elastic and stable footwork make each movement of legs as light as startling swan goose, as stable as a mountain.
Media:dvd
Soundtrack: Chinese
Subtitles: English / Chinese
Duration: 56 mins
Region: 0 (all region DVD)
Price:£10

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Single Whip Jiuzhu Boxing Routine II

Single Whip Jiuzhu (means save your boss's life) Boxing belongs to Sichuan Shengmen school. The boxing features the forceful, fast, agile and solid movements on high stakes. It's marked by handiness, speed, firmness and promptness. The master of it can avail himself of it to overwhelm powerful opponents.
Media:dvd
Soundtrack: Chinese
Subtitles: English / Chinese
Duration: 54 mins
Region: 0 (all region DVD)
Price:£10

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Five-tiger Going Down Xichuan

Five-tiger Going Down Xichuan belongs to Sichuan Shengmen school. The boxing has light, fast, firm and agile movements marked by compact, clear-cut, fast and forceful features. It has both formality and actuality, as imposing as five tigers darting out of their dens.
Media:dvd
Soundtrack: Chinese
Subtitles: English / Chinese
Duration: 64 mins
Region: 0 (all region DVD)
Price:£10

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Arhat Boxing

Arhat Boxing is continuous and forceful. Its movements are jointly commenced by legs and hands. Hands movements are unpredictable, and feet movements are as agile as to direct the body. The movements are marked by force, briskness and speed. While attacking, they're like hungry tigers darting down the mountains. The movements are marked by floating and sinking, swallowing and spiting, dodging and snapping, and power by completeness of pressing, chopping, hardness and softness. The elastic and stable footwork make each movement of legs as light as startling swan goose, as stable as a mountain.
Media:dvd
Soundtrack: Chinese
Subtitles: English / Chinese
Duration: 64 mins
Region: 0 (all region DVD)
Price:£10

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Foot-practicing Boxing

Foot-practicing Boxing belongs to Sichuan Shengmen school. Based on the theory of Book of Change, the boxing features the weak overwhelming the strong by pretending to lure, defensing to attack and attacking to defense. It rarely preempts its opponents, but aims at their extra points. Its movements are compact, swift and agile while attacking and retreating as if on fast stakes.
Media:dvd
Soundtrack: Chinese
Subtitles: English / Chinese
Duration: 55 mins
Region: 0 (all region DVD)
Price:£10

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Six-harmony Boxing

The boxing adopts the footwork of willow-leaf-like stakes instead of T-step or horse-riding step. It requires to lift the head and keep the neck straight, relax the shoulder and lower elbow, contain the chest and curve the back, bend the waist and draw in the bottom, keep palms close to cheeks, elbows near the chest, neither higher than eyebrows nor lower than knees. Technically, it emphasizes the skills of capture and close strike, leaning and pressing while attaching importance to the principles of overwhelming and blocking.
Media:dvd
Soundtrack: Chinese
Subtitles: English / Chinese
Duration: 58 mins
Region: 0 (all region DVD)
Price:£10

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Huadasi School

Huadasi School belongs to Sanyuan style of Zhao school which is marked by relying mainly on legs, fixing the body and exerting the legs, hardness lurking in softness. Technically, it hits, dodges and counters while advancing on swift feet. The practitioner must be capable of quick response, alternating between inaction and action when practicing. The movements are energetic, forceful, and elegant.
Media:dvd
Soundtrack: Chinese
Subtitles: English / Chinese
Duration: 63 mins
Region: 0 (all region DVD)
Price:£10

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Form-and-will (Xingyi in Chinese) Six-harmony Boxing
Form-and-will Six-harmony Boxing emphasizes on the exercise of vital energy and mental faculties and strength. The movements are clear-cut, brisk. It unites the internal with the external, and keeps six harmonies. It advocates the way of health preservation as well as teaches boxing.
Media:dvd
Soundtrack: Chinese
Subtitles: English / Chinese
Duration: 61 mins
Region: 0 (all region DVD)
Price:£10

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Form-and-will (Xingyi in Chinese) Boxing in Eight Forms
Form-and-will Boxing emphasizes on the exercise of vital energy and mental faculties and strength. Its basic footwork is tridimensional. Its fist technique is that of five-form boxing, mainly twelve forms, marked by clear-cut, simple, swift, and internal integrated with external movements. It is conducive to health preservation as well as self-protection.
Media:dvd
Soundtrack: Chinese
Subtitles: English / Chinese
Duration: 51 mins
Region: 0 (all region DVD)
Price:£10

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New Second Routine Hong Boxing

New Second Routine Hong Boxing originates from Sanyuan style of Zhao school. It's marked by relying mainly on legs, fixing the body and exerting the legs, hardness lurking in softness. The movements are exquisite and elegant as they have rules in each movement, slow, pause, and mild. Technically, it's capable of quick response, alternating between inaction and action when practicing and fighting.
Media:dvd
Soundtrack: Chinese
Subtitles: English / Chinese
Duration: Double DVDs 120 mins
Region: 0 (all region DVD)
Price:£18

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Huajinzhuang Boxing

Huajinzhuang Boxing is mainly practiced on high stakes with swift movements, impressive powers, variable footwork. Each movement of body is present with Qi and directed by force. Attacking and defensing are undetachable. The legs follows wherever the fists hits. Internally and externally, six harmonies are present so that victory can be outwitted.
Media:dvd
Soundtrack: Chinese
Subtitles: English / Chinese
Duration: 57 mins
Region: 0 (all region DVD)
Price:£10

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Taiyi Huolong Palm

Taiyi Huolong Palm belongs to Eight Driagram (Bagua) school. Its movements require to lift head upward, loosen shoulder and lower elbow, make Qi umimpeded in the chest and keep waist straight and slip buttocks, contract crotch and hold knees with arms, grasp on floor with ten toes. Its characteristics are marked by twisting, whirling, turning over, crisscrossing, palm present with footwork in flexibility. So, it's a way of keeping fit as well as boxing.
Media:dvd
Soundtrack: Chinese
Subtitles: selectable English / Chinese
Duration: 65 mins
Region: 0 (all region DVD)
Price:£10

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Hand Technique of Hong School

As one of the routines of Hong school, hand technique of hong school came into being in the 18th year of the reign of Qing Emperor Shunzhi. The boxing is extendable, clear-cut, powerful, imposing and aggressive. When practicing it, it requires to draw in the chest, bow downward, turn the wrist, turn over the arm, bow and kick. The boxing concentrates on internal improvement and external practice.
Media:dvd
Soundtrack: Chinese
Subtitles: selectable English / Chinese
Duration: 63 mins
Region: 0 (all region DVD)
Price:£10

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Wusong Hands

As one of the main routines of Hong school, Wusong Hands came into being in the 18th year of the reign of Qing Emperor Shunzhi. The boxing is extendable, clear-cut, powerful, imposing and aggressive. When practicing it, it requires to draw in the chest, bow downward, turn the wrist, turn over the arm, bow and kick. The boxing concentrates on internal improvement and external practice.
Media:dvd
Soundtrack: Chinese
Subtitles: English / Chinese
Duration: 63 mins
Region: 0 (all region DVD)
Price:£10

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Tilong Canon (or Lift up your Dragon Gowns)

Tilong Canon was created by Ji Ji from Zun village, Yongji county, Shanxi province in the late Ming dynasty followed by Qing dynasty. It's geared to reinforce the exercise of the vital energy and mental faculties, will and power. The boxing integrates itself internally and externally, combines the void and the solid, integrates hardness with softness, unites the form and spirit. It's a way to keep health as well as practice boxing.
Media:dvd
Soundtrack: Chinese
Subtitles: English / Chinese
Duration: 55 mins
Region: 0 (all region DVD)
Price:£10

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Eight-driagram (Bagua) Dragon Palm

Eight-driagram Dragon Palm originates from Eight-driagram school which is such a kind of boxing that avails itself of the techniques of attacking, defensing and directing in its movements of circling around the configuration of the eight diagrams. Technically, it's marked by its movements of walking vertically and horizontally in random and flexibility. Eight-trigram Dragon Palm mainly relies on the variables of palm, footwork, and the movements of raising, stamping, swinging, smashing and the turning and circling of waist and crotch.
Media:dvd
Soundtrack: Chinese
Subtitles: English / Chinese
Duration: 60 mins
Region: 0 (all region DVD)
Price:£10

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Eight Diagrams (Bagua) Sanshou Broadsword

Eight Diagrams Sanshou Broadsword belongs to eight-diagrams weapons. Eight-diagrams school is such a kind of boxing that avails itself of the techniques of attacking, defensing and directing in its movements of circling around the configuration of the eight diagrams. Technically, it's marked by its movements of walking vertically and horizontally in random and flexibility. Eight-driagram Sanshou Broadsword is the best expression of the techniques.
Media:dvd
Soundtrack: Chinese
Subtitles: English / Chinese
Duration: 64 mins
Region: 0 (all region DVD)
Price:£10

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