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Pushing Hands Part 1 Introduction

by | Oct 14, 2020 | Techniques & Applications

This is part one of a multi-part series by the legendary Grandmaster Wong Kiew Kit on the art of pushing hands. "Pushing Hands", known as "Tui Shou" in Chinese, is a very special feature of Taijiquan. It is however not unique because this special training method is also found in Wing Choon Kungfu, where it is known as "Sticking Hands", and in Wuzu (or Goh Chor) Kungfu, where it is known as "Kneading Hands". "Pushing Hands" is excellent for training combat skills, but by itself it does not enable the practitioners to fight effectively. To do so, they have to.....
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Grandmaster Wong Kiew Kit

Grandmaster Wong Kiew Kit

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Grandmaster Wong Kiew Kit a living legend of Shaolin kung fu and has graciously allowed us to include his materials. He can be contacted [email protected] His website can be found at http://shaolin.org/ He is the fourth generation successor from the famous Shaolin Monastery of China, and a grandmaster of Shaolin Kungfu and Chi Kung. He received the "Qigong Master of the Year" award at the Second World Congress on Qigong held in San Francisco in November 1997

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