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Kuttel


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Grandmaster,
You had mentioned that Chan Heung 'developed forms for various students who had different physical shapes and abilities', would you provide some examples of forms?

Thank you, as always, for your time and information!!!


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[quote:88e0976959="Kuttel"]Grandmaster,
You had mentioned that Chan Heung 'developed forms for various students who had different physical shapes and abilities', would you provide some examples of forms?

Thank you, as always, for your time and information!!!


--Kuttel[/quote:88e0976959]
the bot gwa forms for example: moi fa is good for someone can move quickly; yee jong is for someone not too big and not tall; dau fu is good for someone strong; hung yen is good for someone big and strong; dot ting is good for someone small; dai bot gwa is good for big and strong; bot gwa sum is good for someone short and strong; siu bot gwa is good for someone is not too strong and not too big. and many more for other sets......
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That is so interesting! Thank you for your answer!!!!


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[quote:1baa58ecd9="Kuttel"]That is so interesting! Thank you for your answer!!!!


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also the buddha palm for someone older, iron arrow long fist for someone strong, drunken form for those can not balance too well. however, if you are thinking of teaching, you should learn all the forms as much as you can.
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Great Topic Grandmaster!!
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Great topic here!

Grandmaster could you say the same for the pure animal sets also?

If so, our Tiger set would best be played by what body type?
Please let us know for the Dragon, snake , leopard and crane also!

Thanks for this information Grandmaster.

Up here in Chilly Canada.
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[quote:c11308f292="Gwa Sow Chop"]Great topic here!

Grandmaster could you say the same for the pure animal sets also?

If so, our Tiger set would best be played by what body type?
Please let us know for the Dragon, snake , leopard and crane also!

Thanks for this information Grandmaster.

Up here in Chilly Canada.
Gwa Sow Chop[/quote:c11308f292]
the tiger is for strong man, snake for soft people, crane for slim people, leopard for active and fast people, dragon for medium size and mid age people.
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Kuttel


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Grandmaster,
Are there any Mui Fa forms or Sup Ji forms made for certain body types?
Thank you very much for the information you've already provided!! This is certainly interesting!


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[quote:aec22011ea="Kuttel"]Grandmaster,
Are there any Mui Fa forms or Sup Ji forms made for certain body types?
Thank you very much for the information you've already provided!! This is certainly interesting!


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no, most of the mui fa and sup ji are for general students.
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Gwa Sow Chop


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Well thank you for the info Grandmaster.

I have one similar question though......

Forms, similarly have attributes that they give the student.
Some sets give the basics, others give challenging dynamic movement to improve their physical abilities.

Which forms, in your opinion will have the most comprehensive fighting combinations. By this I mean, are dedicated primarily to teaching the aggressive fighting combos that CLF is noted for.
I have heard that Peng Jang is famed for this, would you agree?

GSC
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[quote:54d05fa538="Gwa Sow Chop"]Well thank you for the info Grandmaster.

I have one similar question though......

Forms, similarly have attributes that they give the student.
Some sets give the basics, others give challenging dynamic movement to improve their physical abilities.

Which forms, in your opinion will have the most comprehensive fighting combinations. By this I mean, are dedicated primarily to teaching the aggressive fighting combos that CLF is noted for.
I have heard that Peng Jang is famed for this, would you agree?

GSC
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yes, ping jang and the regular sets such as: sup ji kau do, ping kuen, bak mo kuen, tit jin cheong kuen etc. are good for fighting training.
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Grandmaster,

To continue with the animals, are there any body types that work well with the other five animals? Biu, Horse, Elephant, Monkey and Lion?


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[quote:996c3eca29="Kuttel"]Grandmaster,
You had mentioned that Chan Heung 'developed forms for various students who had different physical shapes and abilities', would you provide some examples of forms?

Thank you, as always, for your time and information!!!


--Kuttel[/quote:996c3eca29]
yes, lion for strong man, elephant for big guys, horse for talk man, monkey for small guy, tiger cub for fast person.
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