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The routine of Wu Bu Quan - Shaolin forms teach us to maximize the way we live our lives. Once you master forms, you master the art within you more than the movements about you. Join the Shaolin Temple Warrior Path online membership and fulfill your Kung Fu dream with Shaolin temple training methods delivered to your home.
This class is ideal for everyone. From complete beginner to advanced practitioner, for the person who if performs well the stances can achieve certification to be able to teach this particular module; for the person that has failed to get up from a comfortable couch over and over because it is old, fat, uncoordinated, and embarrassed to exercise.
For the person who cannot find the motivation to work alone or the person who gets bored quickly because exercise is not fun and the entrepreneur that’s burning the candle at both. The corporate executive who lives from the hotel room into a hotel room. The friend that can never commit to going out because it is tired at the end of the day. The guy that always buys something with the thought will do the trick, canceling, and post pointing. The mom or dad finds excuses for not finding the time in a busy schedule as a full-time parent.
So, let’s find the time! Human adults need to get their life together to live a free life where they have control over the only thing which belongs to them: their own body.
Well, this class is not suitable for the person who is looking to learn advanced Kung Fu in two weeks and get certified as a teacher. The friend who has their mind about what is best as exercise, the one that is looking for fighting. For this type of class, you can join Shaolin Temple Yunnan Warrior Monks Training Center's other courses. If you subscribed to the Shaolin Path or Bundle Membership, you should not buy this course.
When you complete the course you will receive a formal certificate of completion from the International Shaolin Wushu Federation. This certification is worldwide recognized as an expert body in Martial Arts.
When you complete the course, you can achieve an additional formal certificate of achievement from the Shaolin Temple Yunnan and International Shaolin Wushu Federation. To receive this certification, you are required to submit a video sample of a routine you perform from the course.
The videos are uploaded and accessed from the school's platform. Students get access and can set their own passwords. All tutorials bought are available for as long as the student requires and does not close their account. Access is not limited even if the students do not continue for the second year.
The Q&A group is for students to ask questions and get answers, all at their own timing. There are two people from school to cover the timezones - so students get the answers very fast.
Forms or routines are called taolu (套路/tàolù). A form comprises different stances, footwork patterns, blocking movements, evasive actions, striking, and kicking techniques. They represent the real fighting experience of the masters who developed the forms.
Traditional Chinese martial arts are holistic systems that have several goals:
The measure of a martial artist is trying to measure him or herself to get the best out of life. They use martial arts as a measure since life has none. Many people that can read cannot comprehend. Many people that practice their forms do not always know what’s going on. You become skillful when every move becomes useful to you.
Forms are patterns of movements combined together which when practiced many times, they ingrain into muscle memory. The forms are at the core of martial arts born from as traditional ways to survive life threatening situations.
The outcomes of forms practice include muscle memory through blocks and strikes, mind focus on tasks, precision in execution, body power, breathing control, and flow of qi. In addition, they are a great tool for practicing moving meditation.
The goal for a form practice is to preserve and pass on to future generations a traditional skill.
Improving physical fitness and self-defense can make people physically and mentally exercised. The practice has proved that external energy can benefit joints, strengthen muscles, bones, and physique.
Internal energy management, channel meridians, spiritual adjustment, and martial arts exercises pay attention to regulating the breath, mental activities, controlling inner environment balance, regulating qi and blood, and improving body function.
Physical fitness helps one overcome the negative evasion barrier when encountering strong hands and exercise bravery, fearlessness, and tenacity during a fight.
After long-term training, people can cultivate the right habits and morals of hard work, courage, tenacity, open-mindedness, studiousness, enterprising, and creating a beautiful enjoyment.
The "wu bu quan taolu" translates as "the five stances form." it is the fundamental Shaolin Quan routine for beginners. Although it is a concise routine, the perfection of this wu bu quan is not effortless.
Physical fitness in the form of flexibility, agility, power, speed, and the balance must develop during the physical phase to execute the technical requirements of the wu bu quan. In addition, including reverse abdominal breathing in practice will develop the qi (internal energy), resulting in explosive movements.
To increase the difficulty of the routine, where balance and sensory acuity becomes an essential part of the training, practice blindfold.
The Shaolin kung fu levels of development are based on the duanwei system (professional grading), not on the belt system, which is specific for karate practitioners
Level 1 routines
Level 1 examination
1st Duanwei routine and Duilian (duilian means two people fighting). The 1st Duanwei examination is organized by The Shaolin Temple Yunnan and The international Shaolin Wushu Federation.
F. Stands for fight. The sequence of moves in a form has practical applications in combat. Shifu will teach applications of the move sequence, but you will discover new applications the longer you practice.
O. Stands for order. A form is a set sequence performed is a set order.
R. Stands for repetition. A form requires perseverance in practice. The more you repeat the moves, the more they become part of yourself. They will be ingrained into your muscle memory.
M. Stands for memory. When you practice a form you will engage not only your muscle memory but also your mind. Therefore, the forms practice will train your body and mind, helping to re-establish the connection between the body and mind.
S. Stands for skill. The more repetitions for your form, the higher your martial arts skill.
Every success story to come from the Shaolin temple, big or small, has relied on the formula G.A.S. - Grit, Action, Support! Your success story will be too.
Grit is the foundation; in other words, perseverance, dedication, determination, diligence, the strength of character, and courage. Every person's journey is different, but you will never succeed without grit.
Action is how you bring your skills to life! It's how you get the work done. Through action steps, you move your life and health forward massively.
Support means having access to world-class teachers, authentic knowledge, and resources to keep you from wasting precious time. Support helps you overcome all the obstacles and dark corners you'll encounter along the way.
Authentic knowledge and expertise, honesty, transparency and care about the achievement of their students
Shaolin Wu Bu Quan routine online course was built because the Shaolin Temple saw too many people having major issues with body coordination and proper routines practice.
They built it because they saw many people lost in so-called authentic learning and knowledge for martial arts basic skills and traditional forms.
They also built it because they were tired of the noise and smoke of all the overpriced, hyped-up, and ineffective courses and programs out there. These are taking advantage of people who didn't know whom to trust.
Find in-depth video courses taught by Shifu Shi Yanjun, an expert you can trust. Inside the online course, you will find high-quality video instruction from Shifu Shi Yanjun and experts on the traditional form of wu bu quan.
Apart from the form, you will learn about hands and eyes training, hands stances (palm, fist, and hook), and an intro to stances (ma bu, gong bu, xie bu, pu bu, xu bu). In addition, you will also be introduced to a sequence for warm-up before the form practice.
The modules include assignments for you to practice at home (where applicable).
Your instructors will include Shifu Shi Yanjun, Shi Yanbo (dr. Rhea Du), and Shi Hengyi (Lukasz Duszak). Special thanks to Shifu Shi Hengsen, 35th generation Shaolin warrior monk, for the combat application section of the routine.
And much more to come when you join the membership!
The online platform is accessed 24/7 from the comfort of your location. It is easy to use, and it does not take much of your time.
The topics of study are organized in two modules containing videos covering specific knowledge. Grit, action, support!
In addition, you will receive two bonus videos Lian Huan Quan (demo - slow and fast with power), the second fist form of Shaolin Kung Fu.
This is the next step in the Shaolin Warrior learning path.
The workbook covers all the wu bu quan routine steps towards left and right, including photos of the movements, fighting application, and breathing in 61 pages. The information is presented into bite-size pieces for better understanding. In addition, the workbook includes seventeen assignments on how to practice the routine at home for perfect execution.
Shifu Shi Yajun is the head coach of Kung Fu Department of Shaolin Temple Yunnan and disciple of The Venerable Abbot of Songshan Shaolin Temple, Grandmaster She Yongxin. He is the 34th Generation Shaolin Warrior Monk and 17th Generation Disciple of Meihua Quan. Shifu Yanjun is also the executive president of International Meihua Quan Federation, vice-president of China Meihua Quan Association, and executive director of Mei Boxing Association. His motto in teaching is "Love Kung Fu and Kung Fu will love you back". Be happy everyday!
Shifu Shi Hengzhen is the disciple of Venerable Abbot of Shaolin Temple Yunnan, Grandmaster Shi Yanbei. He is 35th Generation Buddhist Monk and specialized in Buddhist studies, Buddhist Meditation and Buddhist Scriptures.
Shi Yanbo (Dr. Andreea McCurry) is the disciple of Venerable Abbot of Songshan Shaolin Temple, Grandmaster Shi Yongxin. She has been training in China under Shifu Shi Yanjun for more than 7 years. Shi Yanbo is 34th Generation Shaolin Warrior Monk and 17th Generation Meihua Quan. Her role in Shaolin Temple is International Cultural Exchange Ambassador. She is Executive Director of World Federation of Chan Medicine and is working directly with the Shaolin Temple Medical Center under the guidance of Grandmaster Shi Yanbei.
Lukasz Duszak (Shi Hengyi) is an assistant coach of the Shaolin Temple Yunnan. He is a 35th generation Shaolin and 18th generation disciple of Meihua Quan, the disciple of Master Shi Yanjun.
This training is conducted online. Shaolin Temple Yunnan Warrior Monks Training Center is based in Yunnan Province, China (GMT+8). As this is a self-paced course, you can participate in this course from the comfort of your home by just using your phone or computer at your own pace. If there are questions, you can reach out to them via Facebook tribe.
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