What is Chinese traditional martial arts
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Chinese traditional martial arts
Chinese traditional martial arts, which is based on China as a region and has Chinese characteristics, has been spread from beginning to end. It is filled with silk and everyone has the technology application oriented to stop invasion and stop fighting. It is a guide for practitioners to enter. Recognize the traditional enlightenment theory of human, nature and social objective laws. It is a highly self-protecting technique to prevent invasion. It is based on the practical solution of safety issues, and enables our minds to be trained in resilience. It is simple, easy, and can easily improve people's mental and physical fitness, Excellence and happiness.
The first Chinese martial arts
King Chuzhuang, son of King Chumu, monarch of the Chu Kingdom during the Spring and Autumn Period, reigned from 613 B.C. to 591 B.C. At the end of the Spring and Autumn Period, Confucius visited the Kingdom of Chu, saying that the political thought of King Chu Zhuang was consistent with the Confucian "benevolent" thought. Since the beginning of King Chuzhuang, he has made the Kingdom of Chu powerful, and played a huge role in the spread of Chinese culture and the formation of the national spirit.
Martial arts have been passed down since the the Spring and Autumn (770-476 BC) and Warring States(475-221 BC) periods, and each period has different practice methods. And what really made the world know is Kung Fu. The word Kung Fu was called by the missionaries who came to China from France two hundred years ago to spread Kung Fu to Europe, but it was not popularized in Europe and America. Until the 1960s, with the broadcast of Bruce Lee ’s Kung Fu films, and the promotion of "Liang Ting Wing Chun" by Hong Kong ’s famous Wing Chun boxer Liang Ting spread to more than 60 countries around the world. Kung fu, Wing tsun have spread around the world.
Kung Fu is another name for "martial arts" in the late Qing Dynasty in China. It is mainly reflected in the application and accomplishments of individuals in martial arts. It is guided by "stop the invasion" as a technical guide, and enters the traditional enlightenment methods and personal cultivation of understanding the objective laws of people and nature and society.
Chinese kung fu has a wide influence in the world, not only a large number of Chinese and foreign film and television works on the subject of Chinese kung fu, but also Chinese kung fu such as Shaolin, Tai Chi, and Wing Chun are widely spread around the world. At present, the traditional Chinese kung fu which has been fully maintained and developed throughout the country. Kung Fu appeared because of the suppression of the Qing Dynasty and the blockade of iron objects, and the root of Kung Fu was the resolute resistance of the ruled to the ruler.
The type of kung Fu
Wing tsun, 18 subduing dragon palm, Hung Gar，choy lee fut，Nine Yang Manual，Nine Yin Manual，Nine Swords of Dugu，Tai Chi, Ba Gua, Mantis Boxing, etc.
Shaolin Kung Fu is one of the famous martial arts schools in China. It has a long history and profound influence, and is an important part of Chinese traditional martial arts. "Shaolin Boxing" and "Shaolin Stick" occupy an important page in the history of Chinese martial arts.
Shaolin Kungfu originated from the ancient Songshan Shaolin Temple and was named after it. Songshan Shaolin Temple is located under Wurufeng of Songshan Shaoshi in Dengfeng County, Henan Province. It was built by Emperor Xiaowen to settle the Indian monk Posta who came to Songshan to preach.
After Master Tu Tuo presided over Shaolin Temple, scholars from all directions heard the wind, and there were hundreds of disciples. In this way, a large number of folk martial artists have served as a mixed service of Shaolin Temple. When the Tuo Tuo presided over the Shaolin Temple, some young children who could learn martial arts or other skills were shaved as young monks in the Shaolin Temple. The monk like Huiguang, when he was twelve years old, kicked the mule on the well rail of Chengtian Street in Luoyang. He was able to kick five hundred times in a row. But Tutu was surprised, so he shaved him as a little monk as his disciple. . Post's disciples and monks were weak and physically weak, often teased by some young monks who could learn martial arts, and later practiced martial arts. The Post Master Zen made great contributions to the creation of the Shaolin Temple, the translation of Buddhist scriptures, and the teaching of the Dharma.
It is rumored that the Indian monk Dharma came to Songshan Shaolin Temple to teach Buddhist Zen. He faced the wall for nine years, meditated, and was revered as the first ancestor of Chinese Buddhist Zen.
At that time, Dharma was meditating all day long, and it was inevitable that his bones and bones were tired. In addition, in the old forest in the mountains, he was to be protected from the beasts and the severe cold and heat. When he passed on the Scriptures, he found that many disciples had been meditating for a long time, drowsiness, and lack of energy. In order to drive away tiredness, prevent beasts, keep fit, and protect the temple, Dharma and others followed the ancient Chinese working people's various physical exercises and organized the "live method" for fitness activities to teach monks. This is the prototype of "Shaolin Boxing".
After a long period of practice by the monks of all dynasties, a set of boxing techniques was gradually formed, reaching more than a hundred kinds. The martial arts were collectively called "Shaolin boxing." They carefully studied the Shaolin boxing methods, paid attention to the organization and teaching of the boxing methods, and developed the "Arhat Eighteen Hands" in Shaolin Boxing to 72 hands, and later to 173 hands. Shaolin Boxing.
In the late Sui and early Tang dynasties, the abbot of Shaolin Temple selected strong, brave and dexterous or boxing fighters from the monks to protect the safety of the temple and organized a special team. Initially, their mission was to protect the temple. Later, the temple monks participated in political activities, and the temple raised monks and soldiers to form monks. The objective situation requires martial arts to develop into superb martial arts, and began organized and strict training of monks and soldiers to practice sticks. Every morning, the morning light and the morning light, the monks learn from the same practice, winter training three nine, summer training three volts, constantly practicing hard martial arts for many years, has played a great role in the development and improvement of Shaolin martial arts.