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Category Archives: Videos
Ted performing Mizong (Back in the Day)
Mizong Kung Fu is also known as Lost Track Style. It is known for its quick changes, deceptive footwork and unusual walking patterns. Like many Northern styles, it is extended, expressive and graceful. Here’s a short clip from the early … Continue reading
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Waves of energy, kung fu style.
Linking Fist Form #1
Students! Learning the Adam Hsu Linking Fist form at our Academy? Here’s a treat and solid reference: Adam Hsu’s (Sigung) class performing the set at the Cupertino School.
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Adam Hsu Linking Fist
We are happy and proud to teach one of the best beginning Kung Fu forms: Sifu Adam Hsu’s Linking Fist. This combines elements of traditional practice with modern methods of instruction. The entire form is 16 movements with not one … Continue reading
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Your Lineage or, Keep Practicing That Punch
We couldn’t resist posting this clip here for a number of reasons: Here, at the biggest Baji Quan (Baji style Kung Fu) convocation in the world, your great-grand teacher, Liu Yun Chiao, is honored with everyone in the hall doing … Continue reading
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Wang Zi Ping
Of course, part of martial arts learning resides in traditional choreographed forms. We at the Academy, take this one step further and teach classical forms for two people (partner routines) such as the San Cai Sword. In the film clip … Continue reading