Three Of The Deadliest Types Of Kung Fu

The martial art generally known as Kung Fu is very ancient, however very powerful. There are several diverse forms of Kung Fu. Many of the styles mimic animals and were created after close analysis of precisely how animals fight. Other styles differ depending on what part of The far east and in just what period they were developed. One thing is clear and that is any type of Kung Fu is deadly whenever employed by a martial arts expert.

Wing Chun

Wing Chun is based on the idea that the opposition will attack, that you then absorb and retaliate. The full philosophy of Wing Chun requires a long time to fully understand, and years of practice to get down. Technically speaking, Wing Chun makes use of a constant and never ending forward flow of energy that’s based on the principle that a straight line is the shortest distance between two points.

On the offense, Wing Chun is all about a mix of straight lines along with deflecting arcs. In general, it is an aggressive close quarter style that pushes offensive attacks and takes the fight to the attacker. It was initially conceived by a nun and is ideal for close quarter combat. One of the first grand masters of Wing Chun was Ip Man whose life story was told in the movie of the same name that’s actually one of the best Kung Fu movies ever made. Ip Man was possibly most well-known for teaching Bruce Lee the Wing Chun Style of Kung Fu.

Praying Mantis

Over 400 years ago, a Kung Fu master called Wang had a vision of a praying mantis fighting. Using a praying mantis that he captured, Wang analyzed the actions of the praying mantis. By mimicking the moves that he saw, he created and founded the Praying Mantis style of Kung Fu. Wang trained and perfected his own martial art style simply by watching both the offensive and defensive actions of the praying mantis. Praying Mantis Kung Fu is as deadly as it is legendary and can be observed in countless Kung Fu movies.

Monkey

It might appear ridiculous but the reality is that Monkey style is actually one of the deadliest martial arts styles on the globe. The Monkey style all began when a tranquil person called See resisted arrest after accidentally killing a police officer. See was sentenced to 10 years in jail for his crime, where he invested most of his time watching the prison apes. He found them fascinating and watched them endlessly from his prison cell. Over his ten year jail term, he studied how the apes moved, paying really close attention to how they defended themselves and also fought each other. When he was released from prison, he adapted his style, becoming known as the Monkey Master.

Many of the best Kung Fu movies will showcase these more exotic brands of martial combat and so are recommended if you have never witnessed them firsthand.

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5 CommentsLeave a comment

  1. i love kung-fu it is my biggest dream to be a ninja i am now a red belt and im doing well

  2. Training needs zeal in order that one may persist i like kung-fu

  3. I love kung fu. But I haven’t seing a good master to teach me. Who help me? Please

  4. I WANT TO BECOME GREAT MARTIAL ART’S CHAMPION……
    AND TO BECOME A STUDENT OF GREAT KUNG FU MASTER.

  5. i like kung fu
    but in my country it is difficulty to learn as in my country kung fu is just mythologicl and blind belief


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