first form for kung fu

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first form for kung fu

Postby hb18 » Apr 26, 2006 09:07

hi, does anyone have a video, or know anywhere i could see a vid for the first form, for getting the first sash in kung fu, ive learned about half of it so far, but id like to learn a bit more, thanks
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Postby Kit » Apr 26, 2006 23:29

youll have to be a bit more specific... there are endless styles of kung fu... what are you learning??? What is the name of the first form??
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Postby hb18 » Apr 28, 2006 04:07

sorry, I know it only as the first form, its wushu, i googled first form, and I’ve seen some pics that show parts of it...ill try describe, although its not easy......., start off , you speed your legs to shoulder width, at the same time bring your hands down to you groin, and cross over at the wrists, , then swing you arms up, still crossed at the wrist right up above your head, then at the same time squat down (in to horse stance I think) and stretch you arms out to each side, then while in the horse stance pivot to face the left , push your right arm trough and bring you left arm to the him, then, lick with the right leg, and punch with the left, at the same time.......there that’s a small part of it...the best I can explain does that help at all.?
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Postby dragon » Apr 28, 2006 08:12

If you're looking for the DVD then this place may be helpful.It's based in the UK and has some obscure Kung Fu styles/forms.


http://www.gwangung.co.uk/products/prod ... ategory=17



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Postby Kit » Apr 30, 2006 21:24

Sounds like you are learning 'long fist' (chang chuan).

Is this the form you are after?

http://martialarts.about.com/library/bl_longfistani.htm
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Postby Kit » Apr 30, 2006 21:26

By the way - you say you have learned half so far... any reason you are trying to jump ahead on your own in learning this? Surely it would be better to learn it from your teacher who taught you the first half? Beware of wanting to know too much too soon. Rather focus on making sure you can do what you know well. like they say one good punch is better than 25 badly executed techniques..!
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Postby hb18 » May 04, 2006 14:23

yea thats exactly it, thanks.

i know i probly should go ahead, but its so frustrating, im so good, and rivaling the people he teashes the whole thing to, i just wanna read oup on it, so when he finally does tach me, ill be a bit more aware....thanks
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