DVD: Shaolin Long Fist Kung Fu Advanced Sequences Part One by Nicholas C. Yang
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Run Time: 490min
Number of discs: 2
Region Encoding: All Regions
Release Date: January 2011
DVD: Shaolin Long Fist Kung Fu Advanced Sequences Part Two by Nicholas Yang
Nicholas C. Yang
DVD: Shaolin Long Fist Kung Fu Intermediate Sequences by Nicholas C. Yang
Nicholas C. Yang
DVD: Shaolin Long Fist Kung Fu Basic Sequences by Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming
Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming
8 Hours of In-Depth Kung Fu Instruction
In advanced levels of Long Fist training, students should already have a solid foundation in footwork, hand forms, stances, and body conditioning. San Lu Pao and Taizu Changquan are advanced sequences that especially build upon the skills learned from intermediate training. These traditional sequences are an excellent way to take your Kung Fu to a much deeper and more refined level of understanding and expertise.
Shaolin Long Fist Advanced Sequences challenges you to push your limits physically and mentally. Students are encouraged to use the techniques and concepts learned from this DVD to derive and create techniques effective for sparring and real-life situations. Taught and demonstrated by Nicholas Yang, each form is divided into four sections to help you learn gradually and proficiently. Both sequences are presented with in-depth instruction, training exercises, and martial applications.
San Lu Pao means "Three Ways of Running.” It is the first advanced Long Fist sequence in the YMAA curriculum. San Lu Pao focuses on the fluid integration of speed and power through several hand and leg techniques, while also pushing the practitioner's endurance and sense of enemy.
It is said that Taizu Chuangquan was created by Emperor Taizu in the Song Dynasty (960-976 A.D.). It is an advanced sequence that enhances and develops a student's knowledge in Long Fist fighting techniques while specifically training a combination of rooting, balance, and power.
Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming makes a cameo appearance to discuss the history of each sequence.
This 2-DVD set builds upon the skills taught in Shaolin Kung Fu Fundamental Training DVD, Shaolin Long Fist Kung Fu Basic Sequences DVD, and Shaolin Long Fist Kung Fu Intermediate Sequences DVD.
SPECIAL FEATURES: Eight Hours of Detailed Instruction on Two DVDs • Two Traditional Advanced Kung Fu Sequences and Related Training
YMAA PRODUCTION • NICHOLAS YANG "SHAOLIN LONG FIST KUNG FU ADVANCED SEQUENCES PART 1" • PERFORMED BY NICHOLAS YANG, BEN WARNER, WALTER WONG, SIMON PANG, SCOTT TARBELL, JONATHAN CHANG • CAMEO APPEARANCE BY DR. YANG, JWING-MING • VIDEO PRODUCTION BY MEDIAMANIC • EDITING AND DVD AUTHORING BY OCEAN SILVER • PRODUCED AND DIRECTED BY DAVID SILVER
8 Hours of Quality Instruction, John J. Romano "Mr. Rock" (Amazon reviewer) May, 2011
This 2 DVD set is jam packed with outstanding high quality Long Fist instruction. These techniques are geared towards those students who have a foundation of the basic techniques and want to work on and master some of the more challenging aspects of the art. At 8 hours long this DVD will provide enough instruction for months and months of work. This is truly a bargain and a DVD set that deserves 2 Thumbs Way UpA Terrific Look At Advanced Long Fist, Jason Cook (Amazon reviewer) March, 2011
A great DVD on the more advanced parts of Long Fist Kung Fu, terrific exercises for martial artists of any style, although you may feel a little silly doing some of them, they will work your legs and additional muscles to an extraordinary degree. At 400 minutes in length, you get amazing amounts of information handed to you at a great price.Solid Resource, M. Wade (Amazon reviewer) January, 2011
I was totally impressed with the quality of Mr. Yang's Long Fist DVD. While he is still coming into his own with the formal oral presentation, there is no question he quickly hits his stride once he begins physically demonstrating and verbally describing the component forms of Long Fist - simply outstanding. His martial skill is evident and he clearly understands the depth of the art (eg, subtle points, like intention and flow). The instructive format of the video and the genuine heart with which Mr. Yang delivers the content yields a solid resource for the practitioner truly intent on improving their skill level. Highly recommended.