Chow Gar Southern Praying Mantis 4th Form - Sarm Bo Pin Kui - DIM MAK & LEG TRAINING by Master Paul Whitrod
''Sarm Bo PIn Kui is the 4th form of the Chow Gar Praying Mantis Kung Fu. The name Pin Kui refers to a technique found in this unique form. The 4th form is a set up Dim Mak form striking form. It teaches one to use your steps and move in on your opponent. Pin Kui is a Dim Mak strike to the arm and neck.
All forms throught the entire system of the Chow Gar Praying Mantis Kung Fu are based on Dim Mak strikes. Sifu Paul Whitrod shows the complete form and many Dim Mak points are shown on the hands, body and neck.
Also included in this video is the leg training choong. 'Toong sut Choong' which will develop your leg sensitivity.''
Southern Praying Mantis Chow Gar is an excellent system of kung fu from the Hakka people that immigrated from the north to southern China. It has similarities to other famous styles such as Wing Chun, Bak Mei and Southern Dragon. It is a short distance, close quarters system that specializes in short power, and employs the Phoenix Eye fist. The forms and techniques are designed to develop superior body mechanics and internal power for short, explosive penetrating strikes and awesome whipping power.
Excellent teaching and content by one of the world's most respected kung fu masters. These DVD's come from old VHS masters that were produced in the 1980's so the picture quality is not to today's standards but the information content and teaching are a treasure.
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