White Crane DVD Combo

 
White Crane DVD Combo
 

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White Crane DVD Combo

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White Crane Kung Fu (Volume 1) DVD

(Fujian Chow An White Crane Fist, Flying Crane branch)

Featuring : Grand-Master Lee Joo-Chian, 4th generation heir to the flying crane system

Fujian White Crane Kung Fu is renowned for its fighting ability and influence upon other martial arts styles. Famous for its quick footwork, sophisticated hand techniques and pressure point strikes, the Flying Crane branch (one of the 4 major branches of Fujian White Crane Kung Fu) is a complete system with empty hand-forms, internal and external training and classical weaponry. This video series records and makes available on DVD a great deal of historical evidence, texts and photographs and features the 4th generation heir to the system, Grand-Master Lee Joo-Chian, demonstrating the Flying Crane’s fundamental forms, stances, strikes and applications.

Volume 1 contents:

  • Detailed history of the system complete with rare historical footage
  • Demonstrations by Grandmaster Lee:
    • Basic stances and hand formations, basic strikes and kicks
    • Complete Level 1 form
    • Applications of the techniques

The goal of this video series is to preserve, protect and promote an incredibly sophisticated and rare, 200 year old martial arts system. This is the first time the Flying Crane branch is shown to the outside world.

 

White Crane Kung Fu (Volume 2) DVD

(Fujian Chow An White Crane Fist, Flying Crane branch)

Featuring : Grand-Master Lee Joo-Chian, 4th generation heir to the flying crane system

 

White crane kung fu Volume two features grand-master Lee Joo-chian demonstrating the final 13 short basic forms which constitute the basics of this system. 

This precious historical record also features a detailed history of the Flying crane branch as well as demonstrations and explanations of the two person variants of some of the basic forms.  The DVD concludes with two enlightening extended interviews with Lee Joo-Chian and one of his kung fu brothers relating to Great grand-master Lee kiang kay, traditional training methods and the future of traditional kung fu.

 

 

 
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