NOTE: Please be aware that we only have one or two copies of some of these. Many aren't even in print any more. Even if it is listed here it may already be out of stock we'll try to keep it updated but they may go fast. This book addresses the style itself, detailing one of its major forms—24 Powers; completely centered around that routine it cannot help also revealing the fundamental basics for both the set and style, detailing applications with a taste specific to Tong Bei. Unusual in Kung Fu instruction, this text breaks down each application as a solo action first, then in use against an opponent.
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Baji Quan is a Chinese ancient excellent quan, perfectly combining with Chinese traditional philosophy. Its deep philosophy, rich cultural essence, systematic training contents, unsophisticated style and practical skills are deeply welcomed by martial lovers at home and abroad and are more and more concerned by experts and scholars. The author, based on the process of learning Huo Style Baji Quan, summarizes years practical teaching experience, collects materials on Huo Style Baji Quan as completely and systematically as possible and presents original Baji Quan to readers.
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The name was considered to be rather crude in its native tongue, so it was changed to baji quan. His most famous quote is, "I do not know what it's like to hit a man twice. Baji quan shares roots with another Hebei martial art, Piguazhang. It is said that Wu Zhong, the oldest traceable master in the baji lineage, taught both arts together as an integrated fighting system.
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