Search Results: Fu Hu Quan
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In this episode, the traditional class is practicing Fu Hu Quan - beating the tiger form. Xiao Yun the coach of the traditional class explains the details.
Yuan Xiu Gang's traditional Coach is instructing in Chinese what to do better in the Fu Hu Quan form.
Postures like Xie Bu and Ma Bu are very important to keep Fu Hu Quan controlled and quiet. Beginners who rush their training cannot keep the same height and wiggle their knees. Anyone who can finally relax in the postures also manages to incorporate the explosive power of relaxation in the attacks.
What Fu Hu really means and how to implement it in practical movements! ...
Counter and attack from all four directions! Fourth taming tiger practice sequence.
In this episode, Master Ziji explains how to control and direct your focus in the movement and return to resting posture....
Master Ziji explains important combat aspects in this second practice routine.
Master Ziji is showing the first sequence of the Fuhuquan - taming the tiger form.
The final sequence, overcoming a stronger opponent and find an opening!
Fu Hu Quan (Taming the Tiger) is an older form which does not originate directly from Wudang. “Taming the Tiger” is a form taught between Daoists to protect themselves from robbers, the form uniquely developed itself over the centuries. Fu Hu Quan was only taught verbally, like most traditional forms between Daoists. Therefore no list of the movement set was ever written. The reason for this is the personal development, the structure… Read More
Step by step explanations of Fu Hu Quan - Taming the Tiger. This post consists of four videos and teaches Fu Hu Quan in a very slow pace for beginners. Master Ziji performs each step from different angles.