Shaolin Little Red Boxing & Long Fist Forms : Loosening Up & Martial Arts Forms

Shaolin Little Red Boxing & Long Fist Forms : Loosening Up & Martial Arts Forms


Now we’re finish with the Long Hand. But,
now you got to do some loosening up stretch after the Long Hand. So now I’m going to show
you guys some loosening up stretch that you could do after the Long Hand. First one, Crouch
Stance Stretch. And switch sides. Toes up. Switch. Lunge. Switch. Okay, Splits. And switch.
Of course you can loosen up your hands. Okay. And ladies and gentlemen, I’m Bruce Wen on
behalf of Expert Village; I hope you enjoy the Shaolin Long Fist. The Long Fist is one
of the oldest form of Shaolin that’s been practiced. It has dated back since early,
since the 495 AD. I mean, its history comes from the 18 Low Hand. It is adapted from the
18 Low Hand where over the century the Shaolin Monk have develop their own lifestyle of Kung
Fu. And Shaolin Long Fist is one of them and it’s been practicing widely today all over
the world. I hope you enjoy the Shaolin Long Fist and I hope that you learn something.
Once again, I’m Bruce Wen and this is my assistant Johnny Kao. On behalf of Expert Village we
would like to welcome you to Shaolin.

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