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Xingyi Chuan Introduction


Xingyi Quan is the first of the "three sisters" of Neijia, or Internal Martial Arts (Kung Fu) practice. The Neijia School is comprised of Xing Yi, Pa-Kua and Tai-Chi.

Xingyi Boxing utilizes a full range of body motion incorporating strikes from the "Seven Stars"; hands, feet, elbows, knees, shoulders, hips and head. Also employed are close range grappling, throwing, trapping and locking techniques, creating a highly adaptable, powerful, and overwhelming style of self defence.

There are three primary styles of Xingyi Chuan being practiced today. The Shan Xi Style, the He Bei Style, and the Ho Nan Style would be the most widely recognized today.Each style of Xingyi Chuan is distinctly different in flavor and appearance.

Shan Xi style, considered by most to be the original methodis, is known for its vigorous and powerful movements and abundant releases of explosive internal strength. This method is tight in frame keeping a well-guarded movement structure, which is quick and extremely powerful. It is by far the most complex in form and nuance of the three different families.

He Bei style, in contrast to the Shan Xi style, uses much larger frames and appears slower in practice. Its stances are more open than the Shan Xi style.

The last style, known as the Ho Nan style, is a very simplified style of Xing Yi practiced exclusively by Chinese minority people.

Liu Jing Ru is a famous inheritor of Chinese Kung Fu schools Xingyi Chuan. Now, serving as vice chairman and honored commissioner with Beijing Martial Arts Association and vice president with Beijing Ba Gua Chuan Research Association, he began his Martial Arts practice as early as the time when he was 15 years old and became an apprentice with Qiu Ya He who was accomplished in Eight Trigrams Palms.


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NAME: Xingyi Boxing
Products No.:VCD0476
Price: U$93.00
Package: 2 VCD, English Version,
Introduction Materials Included.
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P.S. The pictures presented on the right are snatched from the VCD


Liu Jing Ru is a famous inheritor of Chinese Kung Fu schools Xingyi Chuan. Now, serving as vice chairman and honored commissioner with Beijing Martial Arts Association and vice president with Beijing Ba Gua Chuan Research Association, he began his Martial Arts practice as early as the time when he was 15 years old and became an apprentice with Qiu Ya He who was accomplished in Eight Trigrams Palms.

Such CD is of English version and both the English subtitle and explanation can help practitioners well understand the key elements of such Internal Martial Arts style. The teaching and presentation by Liu Jing Ru and his disciples can help practitioners quickly master the essentials of the arts.






 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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