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Chinese Fast Wrestling for Fighting—The Art of San Shou Kuai Jiao

by Liang, Shou-Yu, Tai Ngo

San Shou Kuai Jiao (Fast wrestling for fighting) is the Chinese martial art of throws and takedowns. This book presents seventy-five throws and takedowns against punches, kicks, and grabs, and demonstrates basic training methods such as stances, footwork, and strength training.

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SKU:
B493
Release date: 
April 15, 1997
Paperback: 208 pages
Dimensions: 
9.91 × 7.08 × 0.5 in
ISBN: 9781886969490
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Average: 5 (3 votes)
Skill Level: 1 2 3

San Shou Kuai Jiao (Fast Wrestling for Fighting) is the Chinese martial art of throws and takedowns. A San Shou Kuai Jiao throw can cause tremendous damage to your opponent while keeping you safely on your feet. For centuries, fighters in China have valued this art for its speed and power. Today, China's police and military forces are trained in its techniques.

Chinese Fast Wrestling for Fighting presents seventy-five throws and takedowns against punches, kicks, and grabs, and demonstrates basic training methods such as stances, footwork, and strength training. Written by a gold medal winner in Chinese wrestling (Liang), this book is a complete training guide to this powerful martial art.

  • Throw your opponent to the ground - fast!
  • Effective for competition and self-defense.
  • 460 action photos detail every technique.
  • Includes a chapter on ground fighting.

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About the Authors

Liang, Shou-Yu

Liang, Shou-Yu was born on June 28, 1943 in the city of Chongqian, Sichuan Province, China. When he was six he began his training in Qigong, the art of breathing and internal energy control, under the tutelage of his renowned grandfather, the late Liang, Zhi-Xiang. Mr. Liang was taught the esoteric skills of the Emei Mountain sect, including Da Peng Qigong. When he was eight, his grandfather made special arrangements for him to begin training Emei Wushu (martial arts). In 1959, Mr. … More »

Tai Ngo

Tai D. Ngo was born in Viet Nam. In his adolescence he lived and traveled to various regions in Viet Nam and China, and became fluent in both languages. In 1981 Mr. Ngo came to Boston for school. In 1985, while at Northeastern University studying Electrical Engineering, Mr. Ngo began his martial arts training at Yang's Martial Arts Association (YMAA). Under the guidance of Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming, Mr. Ngo learned Shaolin Long Fist and Shaolin White Crane Gongfu and Yang style Taijiquan. … More »