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DVD: Martial Arts: Xingyi

Traditional Shanxi Xingyi Quan Series: Advanced Xingyi Quan Competition Routine

山西传统形意拳系列 — 高级形意拳国家竟赛规定套路

Demonstrator: Zhang Xigui
Order No. D1300
ISBN: 7887215455
EAN: 6937475378690
Picture Format: NTSC (good for North American users)
Length: 50 min.
Number of Disc: 1
Language: Chinese with English and Simplified Chinese subtitles
Publisher: People’s Sports Audio & Video Publishing House
Price: $14.95

The Advanced Xingyi Quan Competition Routine is examined and approved by the Chinese Sports Administration, Chinese Wushu Research Institute and Chinese Wushu Management Center. It consists of six parts and 68 movements, with rich content and reasonable, various structure changing and high sophistication. Basically, it contains the hand techniques and footwork as well as leg techniques and jumping, etc. of traditional Xingyi Quan, which means that it maintains the characteristics of the main skills from various styles.

Xingyi quan is one of the three major “internal” Chinese martial arts. The other two are Taiji quan and Baguazhang. Xingyi quan translates approximately to “Form/Intention Boxing”, or “Shape/Will Boxing”, and is characterized by aggressive, seemingly linear movements and explosive power. Its origins are traceable to the 18th century and may go back even further. There is no single organizational body governing the teaching of the art, and several variant styles exist.

A Xingyi quan fighter uses efficient coordinated movements to generate bursts of power intended to overwhelm the opponent, simultaneously attacking and defending. Forms vary from school to school, but include barehanded sequences and versions of the same sequences with a variety of weapons. These sequences are based upon the movements and fighting behavior of a variety of animals. The training methods allow the student to progress through increasing difficulty in form sequences, timing and fighting strategy.

All Titles in Traditional Shanxi Xingyi Quan Series




Appreciation of Xingyi Quan and Weapon Routines

形意拳械套路欣赏

Demonstrator: Di Guoyong
Order No. D1336
ISBN: N/A
EAN: 6937475313738
Picture Format: NTSC (good for North American users)
Length: 53 min.
Number of Disc: 1
Language: Chinese with English and Simplified Chinese subtitles
Publisher: People’s Sports Audio & Video Publishing House
Price: $14.95

Appreciation of Xingyi Quan and Weapon Routines consists of many short and practical plays of boxing, swords, broadswords and spears. In this DVD, there are twelve routines altogether. They are: Five Elements Boxing of Imitation, Five Elements Chained Boxing, Five Elements Chained Swordplay, Twelve Imitation Boxing, Sundry Hammer Boxing, Eight-word Boxing, Eight-word Chained Boxing, Eight-form Boxing, Integrated Imitation Boxing, Integrated Imitation Cudgel, Twelve Imitation Hong Boxing and Imitation Defending Cannon Boxing.

Xingyi quan is one of the three major “internal” Chinese martial arts. The other two are Taiji quan and Baguazhang. Xingyi quan translates approximately to “Form/Intention Boxing”, or “Shape/Will Boxing”, and is characterized by aggressive, seemingly linear movements and explosive power. Its origins are traceable to the 18th century and may go back even further. There is no single organizational body governing the teaching of the art, and several variant styles exist.

A Xingyi quan fighter uses efficient coordinated movements to generate bursts of power intended to overwhelm the opponent, simultaneously attacking and defending. Forms vary from school to school, but include barehanded sequences and versions of the same sequences with a variety of weapons. These sequences are based upon the movements and fighting behavior of a variety of animals. The training methods allow the student to progress through increasing difficulty in form sequences, timing and fighting strategy.

All Titles in Xingyi Quan Series




Traditional Shanxi Xingyi Quan Series: Four-technique Quan of Cock Style

山西传统形意拳系列 — 形意鸡形四把拳

Demonstrator: Zhang Xigui
Order No. D1301
ISBN: 7887215455
EAN: 6937475378645
Picture Format: NTSC (good for North American users)
Length: 44 min.
Number of Disc: 1
Language: Chinese with English and Simplified Chinese subtitles
Publisher: People’s Sports Audio & Video Publishing House
Price: $14.95

The four-technique quan of cock style is also called four techniques in short. It is a traditional routine in Xingyi quan. Due to its cock style and the fact that there are four techniques inside, people call it Four-technique Quan of Cock Style. This routine is prudent and vividly shows the features of a cock, like the capability of standing on one foot, the movement of pecking a grain of rice, the style of shaking plume and the courage of fighting. In this DVD, it shows all the hand techniques of attacking and defending. It is good for both practicing and fighting.

Xingyi quan is one of the three major “internal” Chinese martial arts. The other two are Taiji quan and Baguazhang. Xingyi quan translates approximately to “Form/Intention Boxing”, or “Shape/Will Boxing”, and is characterized by aggressive, seemingly linear movements and explosive power. Its origins are traceable to the 18th century and may go back even further. There is no single organizational body governing the teaching of the art, and several variant styles exist.

A Xingyi quan fighter uses efficient coordinated movements to generate bursts of power intended to overwhelm the opponent, simultaneously attacking and defending. Forms vary from school to school, but include barehanded sequences and versions of the same sequences with a variety of weapons. These sequences are based upon the movements and fighting behavior of a variety of animals. The training methods allow the student to progress through increasing difficulty in form sequences, timing and fighting strategy.

All Titles in Traditional Shanxi Xingyi Quan Series




Traditional Shanxi Xingyi Quan Series: Hunyuan (Balanced) Sanshou Quan Routine

山西传统形意拳系列 — 浑元散手拳套路

Demonstrator: Zhang Xigui
Order No. D1302
ISBN: 7887215455
EAN: 6937475378621
Picture Format: NTSC (good for North American users)
Length: 51 min.
Number of Disc: 1
Language: Chinese with English and Simplified Chinese subtitles
Publisher: People’s Sports Audio & Video Publishing House
Price: $14.95

Hunyuan (applying balanced power) Sanshou quan is composed of single and mixture attack and defense techniques, including kicking, punching, throwing, catching and so on to form a routine. It integrates the prime techniques from many genres of Wushu, containing more than 50 moves and 30 combinations.

Xingyi quan is one of the three major “internal” Chinese martial arts. The other two are Taiji quan and Baguazhang. Xingyi quan translates approximately to “Form/Intention Boxing”, or “Shape/Will Boxing”, and is characterized by aggressive, seemingly linear movements and explosive power. Its origins are traceable to the 18th century and may go back even further. There is no single organizational body governing the teaching of the art, and several variant styles exist.

A Xingyi quan fighter uses efficient coordinated movements to generate bursts of power intended to overwhelm the opponent, simultaneously attacking and defending. Forms vary from school to school, but include barehanded sequences and versions of the same sequences with a variety of weapons. These sequences are based upon the movements and fighting behavior of a variety of animals. The training methods allow the student to progress through increasing difficulty in form sequences, timing and fighting strategy.

All Titles in Traditional Shanxi Xingyi Quan Series




Traditional Shanxi Xingyi Quan Series: Interlink Fist of Yue-style — Combat Skills of Ba Fan Shou (Eight Turning Hand)

山西传统形意拳系列 — 岳式连拳 — 八翻手实用技击

Demonstrator: Zhang Xigui
Order No. D1303
ISBN: 7887215455
EAN: 6937475378706
Picture Format: NTSC (good for North American users)
Length: 68 min.
Number of Disc: 1
Language: Chinese with English and Simplified Chinese subtitles
Publisher: People’s Sports Audio & Video Publishing House
Price: $14.95

It is said that the famous general of the Song dynasty, Yue Fei, trained his soldiers by ba fan shou (eight turning hand) so as to improve their battle effectiveness. It is compact, practical, easy, and powerful for both attack and defense. It includes many hand techniques such as kicking, punching, tumbling, catching, bundling, throwing and so on. There are three sections — upper, middle, lower – and eight routines for each. The characteristic is practicing movements in both sides, and practicing for eight times on each side. Hence ba fan shou (eight turning hand).

Xingyi quan is one of the three major “internal” Chinese martial arts. The other two are Taiji quan and Baguazhang. Xingyi quan translates approximately to “Form/Intention Boxing”, or “Shape/Will Boxing”, and is characterized by aggressive, seemingly linear movements and explosive power. Its origins are traceable to the 18th century and may go back even further. There is no single organizational body governing the teaching of the art, and several variant styles exist.

A Xingyi quan fighter uses efficient coordinated movements to generate bursts of power intended to overwhelm the opponent, simultaneously attacking and defending. Forms vary from school to school, but include barehanded sequences and versions of the same sequences with a variety of weapons. These sequences are based upon the movements and fighting behavior of a variety of animals. The training methods allow the student to progress through increasing difficulty in form sequences, timing and fighting strategy.

All Titles in Traditional Shanxi Xingyi Quan Series




Traditional Shanxi Xingyi Quan Series: Intermediate Xingyi Quan Competition Routine

山西传统形意拳系列 — 中级形意拳国家竟赛规定套路

Demonstrator: Zhang Xigui
Order No. D1304
ISBN: 7887215455
EAN: 6937574378683
Picture Format: NTSC (good for North American users)
Length: 50 min.
Number of Disc: 1
Language: Chinese with English and Simplified Chinese subtitles
Publisher: People’s Sports Audio & Video Publishing House
Price: $14.95

The intermediate Xingyi quan Competition Routine is examined and approved by the Chinese Sports Administration, Chinese Wushu Research Institute and Chinese Wushu Management Center. It consists of six parts and 48 movements, with rich content and reasonable, various structure changing and high sophistication. Basically, it contains the hand techniques and footwork as well as leg techniques and jumping, etc., of traditional xingyi quan, which means that it maintains the main skills from five elements, twelve-style quan, advancing and retreating continuous quan, four-technique quan and mixture-styles quan. It has the continuous, compact characteristic in practicing, and it is a quite comprehensive routine.

Xingyi quan is one of the three major “internal” Chinese martial arts. The other two are Taiji quan and Baguazhang. Xingyi quan translates approximately to “Form/Intention Boxing”, or “Shape/Will Boxing”, and is characterized by aggressive, seemingly linear movements and explosive power. Its origins are traceable to the 18th century and may go back even further. There is no single organizational body governing the teaching of the art, and several variant styles exist.

A Xingyi quan fighter uses efficient coordinated movements to generate bursts of power intended to overwhelm the opponent, simultaneously attacking and defending. Forms vary from school to school, but include barehanded sequences and versions of the same sequences with a variety of weapons. These sequences are based upon the movements and fighting behavior of a variety of animals. The training methods allow the student to progress through increasing difficulty in form sequences, timing and fighting strategy.

All Titles in Traditional Shanxi Xingyi Quan Series




Traditional Shanxi Xingyi Quan Series: Practical Combat Skills of Continuous Quan

山西传统形意拳系列 — 形意连环拳实用技击

Demonstrator: Zhang Xigui
Order No. D1305
ISBN: 7887215455
EAN: 6937475378652
Picture Format: NTSC (good for North American users)
Length: 48 min.
Number of Disc: 1
Language: Chinese with English and Simplified Chinese subtitles
Publisher: People’s Sports Audio & Video Publishing House
Price: $14.95

Continuous quan is one of the traditional routines of xingyi quan. It is based on the theory of five elements, with a short and tightened, but powerful frame. It features stepping forward or backward without a start or an ending.

Xingyi quan is one of the three major “internal” Chinese martial arts. The other two are Taiji quan and Baguazhang. Xingyi quan translates approximately to “Form/Intention Boxing”, or “Shape/Will Boxing”, and is characterized by aggressive, seemingly linear movements and explosive power. Its origins are traceable to the 18th century and may go back even further. There is no single organizational body governing the teaching of the art, and several variant styles exist.

A Xingyi quan fighter uses efficient coordinated movements to generate bursts of power intended to overwhelm the opponent, simultaneously attacking and defending. Forms vary from school to school, but include barehanded sequences and versions of the same sequences with a variety of weapons. These sequences are based upon the movements and fighting behavior of a variety of animals. The training methods allow the student to progress through increasing difficulty in form sequences, timing and fighting strategy.

All Titles in Traditional Shanxi Xingyi Quan Series




Traditional Shanxi Xingyi Quan Series: Practical Combat Skills of Hunyuan (Balanced) Sanshou Quan

山西传统形意拳系列 — 浑元散手拳实用技击

Demonstrator: Zhang Xigui
Order No. D1306
ISBN: 7887215455
EAN: 6937475378614
Picture Format: NTSC (good for North American users)
Length: 43 min.
Number of Disc: 1
Language: Chinese with English and Simplified Chinese subtitles
Publisher: People’s Sports Audio & Video Publishing House
Price: $14.95

This DVD demonstrates hunyuan (applying balanced power) Sanshou quan’s techniques in a real combat. It includes the technique combination of Shaolin, long fist (chang quan), short fist (duan quan), through arm (tong bi), turn over fist (fanzi quan), mantis boxing (tanglang quan) and xingyi quan, and can be regarded as a collection of specimens of traditional Sanshou.

Xingyi quan is one of the three major “internal” Chinese martial arts. The other two are Taiji quan and Baguazhang. Xingyi quan translates approximately to “Form/Intention Boxing”, or “Shape/Will Boxing”, and is characterized by aggressive, seemingly linear movements and explosive power. Its origins are traceable to the 18th century and may go back even further. There is no single organizational body governing the teaching of the art, and several variant styles exist.

A Xingyi quan fighter uses efficient coordinated movements to generate bursts of power intended to overwhelm the opponent, simultaneously attacking and defending. Forms vary from school to school, but include barehanded sequences and versions of the same sequences with a variety of weapons. These sequences are based upon the movements and fighting behavior of a variety of animals. The training methods allow the student to progress through increasing difficulty in form sequences, timing and fighting strategy.

All Titles in Traditional Shanxi Xingyi Quan Series




Traditional Shanxi Xingyi Quan Series: Practical Combat Skills of Mixture Styles Quan

山西传统形意拳系列 — 形意杂式捶实用技击

Demonstrator: Zhang Xigui
Order No. D1307
ISBN: 7887215455
EAN: 6937475378669
Picture Format: NTSC (good for North American users)
Length: 50 min.
Number of Disc: 1
Language: Chinese with English and Simplified Chinese subtitles
Publisher: People’s Sports Audio & Video Publishing House
Price: $14.95

Mixture styles quan is a combination of various kinds of traditional xingyi quan. It looks gorgeous and spectacular, but simple to use. It is the routine of traditional xingyi quan which contains many techniques, especially many circles and a lot of moving.

Xingyi quan is one of the three major “internal” Chinese martial arts. The other two are Taiji quan and Baguazhang. Xingyi quan translates approximately to “Form/Intention Boxing”, or “Shape/Will Boxing”, and is characterized by aggressive, seemingly linear movements and explosive power. Its origins are traceable to the 18th century and may go back even further. There is no single organizational body governing the teaching of the art, and several variant styles exist.

A Xingyi quan fighter uses efficient coordinated movements to generate bursts of power intended to overwhelm the opponent, simultaneously attacking and defending. Forms vary from school to school, but include barehanded sequences and versions of the same sequences with a variety of weapons. These sequences are based upon the movements and fighting behavior of a variety of animals. The training methods allow the student to progress through increasing difficulty in form sequences, timing and fighting strategy.

All Titles in Traditional Shanxi Xingyi Quan Series




Traditional Shanxi Xingyi Quan Series: Practical Skills of Xingyi Whip Staff

山西传统形意拳系列 — 形意鞭杆实用技击

Demonstrator: Zhang Xigui
Order No. D1308
ISBN: 7887215455
EAN: 6937475378607
Picture Format: NTSC (good for North American users)
Length: 50 min.
Number of Disc: 1
Language: Chinese with English and Simplified Chinese subtitles
Publisher: People’s Sports Audio & Video Publishing House
Price: $14.95

Whip staff is also called short staff. It is popular in Shanxi and northwestern area in China. The length of the staff is about 1.2 meters, without blades. It can be used with one or two hands, and it absorbs the methods of some long and short weapons for both attacking or defending.

Xingyi quan is one of the three major “internal” Chinese martial arts. The other two are Taiji quan and Baguazhang. Xingyi quan translates approximately to “Form/Intention Boxing”, or “Shape/Will Boxing”, and is characterized by aggressive, seemingly linear movements and explosive power. Its origins are traceable to the 18th century and may go back even further. There is no single organizational body governing the teaching of the art, and several variant styles exist.

A Xingyi quan fighter uses efficient coordinated movements to generate bursts of power intended to overwhelm the opponent, simultaneously attacking and defending. Forms vary from school to school, but include barehanded sequences and versions of the same sequences with a variety of weapons. These sequences are based upon the movements and fighting behavior of a variety of animals. The training methods allow the student to progress through increasing difficulty in form sequences, timing and fighting strategy.

All Titles in Traditional Shanxi Xingyi Quan Series




Traditional Shanxi Xingyi Quan Series: Practical Technique of Hunyuan (Balanced) Xingyi Quan

山西传统形意拳系列 — 浑元形意拳实用技击

Demonstrator: Zhang Xigui
Order No. D1309
ISBN: 7887215455
EAN: 6937475378638
Picture Format: NTSC (good for North American users)
Length: 50 min.
Number of Disc: 1
Language: Chinese with English and Simplified Chinese subtitles
Publisher: People’s Sports Audio & Video Publishing House
Price: $14.95

This program is an integrated xingyi quan routine with unusual characteristic based on absorbing, spreading and improving. There are 48 movements in this set. It contains the main movements of five-element, twelve-style quan and some other techniques developed from them. The routine is divided into 5 sections. It is an excellent routine for performance and competition.

Xingyi quan is one of the three major “internal” Chinese martial arts. The other two are Taiji quan and Baguazhang. Xingyi quan translates approximately to “Form/Intention Boxing”, or “Shape/Will Boxing”, and is characterized by aggressive, seemingly linear movements and explosive power. Its origins are traceable to the 18th century and may go back even further. There is no single organizational body governing the teaching of the art, and several variant styles exist.

A Xingyi quan fighter uses efficient coordinated movements to generate bursts of power intended to overwhelm the opponent, simultaneously attacking and defending. Forms vary from school to school, but include barehanded sequences and versions of the same sequences with a variety of weapons. These sequences are based upon the movements and fighting behavior of a variety of animals. The training methods allow the student to progress through increasing difficulty in form sequences, timing and fighting strategy.

All Titles in Traditional Shanxi Xingyi Quan Series




Traditional Shanxi Xingyi Quan Series: Rules of Chinese Wushu Tuishou (Pushing Hands) Competition (On Trial)

山西传统形意拳系列 — 中国武术推手竟赛规则[试行]

Demonstrator: Zhang Xigui
Order No. D1310
ISBN: 7887215455
EAN: 6937475378676
Picture Format: NTSC (good for North American users)
Length: 54 min.
Number of Disc: 1
Language: Chinese with English and Simplified Chinese subtitles
Publisher: People’s Sports Audio & Video Publishing House
Price: $14.95

On the basis of taiji tuishou (pushing hands), wushu tuishou is a kind of civilized athleticism in which the competitors make efforts to have the opponent fall down to the ground for losing balance. On the principles of touching, joining, sticking, following and “no hitting with separated hands”, the competitors utilize hand techniques such as Lu (rolling back), Ji (squeezing) An (pressing), Cuo (scrubbing), Dai (leading), and the leg techniques, such as Bie (clipping) Gou (hooking), Ban (stumbling), and Gua (hanging). Thus, Wushu Tuishou is also called civilized Sanshou (free fighting).

Xingyi quan is one of the three major “internal” Chinese martial arts. The other two are Taiji quan and Baguazhang. Xingyi quan translates approximately to “Form/Intention Boxing”, or “Shape/Will Boxing”, and is characterized by aggressive, seemingly linear movements and explosive power. Its origins are traceable to the 18th century and may go back even further. There is no single organizational body governing the teaching of the art, and several variant styles exist.

A Xingyi quan fighter uses efficient coordinated movements to generate bursts of power intended to overwhelm the opponent, simultaneously attacking and defending. Forms vary from school to school, but include barehanded sequences and versions of the same sequences with a variety of weapons. These sequences are based upon the movements and fighting behavior of a variety of animals. The training methods allow the student to progress through increasing difficulty in form sequences, timing and fighting strategy.

All Titles in Traditional Shanxi Xingyi Quan Series




Essential Series of Sha Guozheng’s Xingyi and Bagua: Theory and Techniques of Xingyi Quan

沙国正形意八卦 — 形意拳拳理拳法

Demonstrator: Luo Jinhua
Order No. D1291
ISBN: 7887213207
EAN: 6937475366635
Picture Format: NTSC (good for North American users)
Length: 54 min.
Number of Disc: 1
Language: Chinese with English and Simplified Chinese subtitles
Publisher: People’s Sports Audio & Video Publishing House
Price: $14.95

Xingyi quan is good for practicing internal and external energy. The forms are grandeur and elegant, with condensed and pure techniques, complete force, spirit and shape, fast and agile movements. It focuses on moving simultaneously with spirit, qi, mind, force, hands, eyes, body and steps. With emptiness and solidness, you can use it for both attack and defense.

Xingyi quan is one of the three major “internal” Chinese martial arts. The other two are Taiji quan and Baguazhang. Xingyi quan translates approximately to “Form/Intention Boxing”, or “Shape/Will Boxing”, and is characterized by aggressive, seemingly linear movements and explosive power. Its origins are traceable to the 18th century and may go back even further. There is no single organizational body governing the teaching of the art, and several variant styles exist.

A Xingyi quan fighter uses efficient coordinated movements to generate bursts of power intended to overwhelm the opponent, simultaneously attacking and defending. Forms vary from school to school, but include barehanded sequences and versions of the same sequences with a variety of weapons. These sequences are based upon the movements and fighting behavior of a variety of animals. The training methods allow the student to progress through increasing difficulty in form sequences, timing and fighting strategy.

All Titles in Essential Series of Sha Guozheng’s Xingyi and Bagua




Shang-style Xingyi Quan Series: Traditional Xingyi Five-element Broadsword

尚派形意拳系列 — 传统形意五行刀

Demonstrator: Li Hong
Order No. D1315
ISBN: 7887214629
EAN: 6937475672408
Picture Format: NTSC (good for North American users)
Length: 49 min.
Number of Disc: 1
Language: Chinese with English and Simplified Chinese subtitles
Publisher: People’s Sports Audio & Video Publishing House
Price: $14.95

Xingyi Five-element Broadsword is derived from the traditional xingyi five-element broadsword. The xingyi five-element broadsword uses chopping (pi), snapping (beng), drilling (zuan), cannoning (pao) and crosscutting (heng) as its major techniques for both attack and defense.

Xingyi quan is one of the three major “internal” Chinese martial arts. The other two are Taiji quan and Baguazhang. Xingyi quan translates approximately to “Form/Intention Boxing”, or “Shape/Will Boxing”, and is characterized by aggressive, seemingly linear movements and explosive power. Its origins are traceable to the 18th century and may go back even further. There is no single organizational body governing the teaching of the art, and several variant styles exist.

A Xingyi quan fighter uses efficient coordinated movements to generate bursts of power intended to overwhelm the opponent, simultaneously attacking and defending. Forms vary from school to school, but include barehanded sequences and versions of the same sequences with a variety of weapons. These sequences are based upon the movements and fighting behavior of a variety of animals. The training methods allow the student to progress through increasing difficulty in form sequences, timing and fighting strategy.

All Titles in Shang-style Xingyi Quan Series




Shang-style Xingyi Quan Series: Traditional Xingyi Five-element Sword

尚派形意拳系列 — 传统形意五行剑

Demonstrator: Li Hong
Order No. D1316
ISBN: 7887214629
EAN: 6937475672439
Picture Format: NTSC (good for North American users)
Length: 50 min.
Number of Disc: 1
Language: Chinese with English and Simplified Chinese subtitles
Publisher: People’s Sports Audio & Video Publishing House
Price: $14.95

The traditional weapons of xingyi quan—the xingyi five-element sword uses chopping (pi), snapping (beng), drilling (zuan), cannoning (pao) and crosscutting (heng) as its major techniques in both attack and defense. It also shows the characteristic smartness and hardness of the xingyi sword.

Xingyi quan is one of the three major “internal” Chinese martial arts. The other two are Taiji quan and Baguazhang. Xingyi quan translates approximately to “Form/Intention Boxing”, or “Shape/Will Boxing”, and is characterized by aggressive, seemingly linear movements and explosive power. Its origins are traceable to the 18th century and may go back even further. There is no single organizational body governing the teaching of the art, and several variant styles exist.

A Xingyi quan fighter uses efficient coordinated movements to generate bursts of power intended to overwhelm the opponent, simultaneously attacking and defending. Forms vary from school to school, but include barehanded sequences and versions of the same sequences with a variety of weapons. These sequences are based upon the movements and fighting behavior of a variety of animals. The training methods allow the student to progress through increasing difficulty in form sequences, timing and fighting strategy.

All Titles in Shang-style Xingyi Quan Series




Shang-style Xingyi Quan Series: Traditional Xingyi Interlinked Double Broadswords

尚派形意拳系列 — 传统形意连环双刀

Demonstrator: Li Hong
Order No. D1317
ISBN: 7887214629
EAN: 6937475672392
Picture Format: NTSC (good for North American users)
Length: 50 min.
Number of Disc: 1
Language: Chinese with English and Simplified Chinese subtitles
Publisher: People’s Sports Audio & Video Publishing House
Price: $14.95

In xingyi quan, it is important that “the weapon and quan work as a whole.” There are different weapons — short or long, single or double — used in different boxing. This set contains the traditional xingyi interlinked double broadswords in the tradition of Master Shang Yunxiang who first demonstrated it in 1936, which caused a sensation in the martial arts world.

Xingyi quan is one of the three major “internal” Chinese martial arts. The other two are Taiji quan and Baguazhang. Xingyi quan translates approximately to “Form/Intention Boxing”, or “Shape/Will Boxing”, and is characterized by aggressive, seemingly linear movements and explosive power. Its origins are traceable to the 18th century and may go back even further. There is no single organizational body governing the teaching of the art, and several variant styles exist.

A Xingyi quan fighter uses efficient coordinated movements to generate bursts of power intended to overwhelm the opponent, simultaneously attacking and defending. Forms vary from school to school, but include barehanded sequences and versions of the same sequences with a variety of weapons. These sequences are based upon the movements and fighting behavior of a variety of animals. The training methods allow the student to progress through increasing difficulty in form sequences, timing and fighting strategy.

All Titles in Shang-style Xingyi Quan Series




Shang-style Xingyi Quan Series: Traditional Xingyi Liuhe (Six Harmony) Broadsword

尚派形意拳系列 — 传统形意六合刀

Demonstrator: Li Hong
Order No. D1318
ISBN: 7887214629
EAN: 6937475672446
Picture Format: NTSC (good for North American users)
Length: 49 min.
Number of Disc: 1
Language: Chinese with English and Simplified Chinese subtitles
Publisher: People’s Sports Audio & Video Publishing House
Price: $14.95

Xingyi Liuhe (Six Harmony) Broadsword is derived from the traditional xingyi liuhe quan. The program focuses on the techniques and requirements of xingyi liuhe broadsword. Besides the three internal conformities and three external conformities, practicing xingyi liuhe broadsword requires that the student well coordinate advancing, retreating, turning and folding with force.

Xingyi quan is one of the three major “internal” Chinese martial arts. The other two are Taiji quan and Baguazhang. Xingyi quan translates approximately to “Form/Intention Boxing”, or “Shape/Will Boxing”, and is characterized by aggressive, seemingly linear movements and explosive power. Its origins are traceable to the 18th century and may go back even further. There is no single organizational body governing the teaching of the art, and several variant styles exist.

A Xingyi quan fighter uses efficient coordinated movements to generate bursts of power intended to overwhelm the opponent, simultaneously attacking and defending. Forms vary from school to school, but include barehanded sequences and versions of the same sequences with a variety of weapons. These sequences are based upon the movements and fighting behavior of a variety of animals. The training methods allow the student to progress through increasing difficulty in form sequences, timing and fighting strategy.

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Shang-style Xingyi Quan Series: Traditional Xingyi Liuhe (Six Harmony) Sword

尚派形意拳系列 — 传统六合剑

Demonstrator: Li Hong
Order No. D1319
ISBN: 7887214629
EAN: 6937475672415
Picture Format: NTSC (good for North American users)
Length: 49 min.
Number of Disc: 1
Language: Chinese with English and Simplified Chinese subtitles
Publisher: People’s Sports Audio & Video Publishing House
Price: $14.95

Xingyi Liuhe (Six Harmony) Sword is derived from the traditional xingyi liuhe quan. The program focuses on the techniques and requirements of xingyi liuhe broadsword. Besides the three internal conformities and three external conformities, practicing xingyi liuhe broadsword requires that the student well coordinate advancing, retreating, turning and folding with force..

Xingyi quan is one of the three major “internal” Chinese martial arts. The other two are Taiji quan and Baguazhang. Xingyi quan translates approximately to “Form/Intention Boxing”, or “Shape/Will Boxing”, and is characterized by aggressive, seemingly linear movements and explosive power. Its origins are traceable to the 18th century and may go back even further. There is no single organizational body governing the teaching of the art, and several variant styles exist.

A Xingyi quan fighter uses efficient coordinated movements to generate bursts of power intended to overwhelm the opponent, simultaneously attacking and defending. Forms vary from school to school, but include barehanded sequences and versions of the same sequences with a variety of weapons. These sequences are based upon the movements and fighting behavior of a variety of animals. The training methods allow the student to progress through increasing difficulty in form sequences, timing and fighting strategy.

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Shang-style Xingyi Quan Series: Traditional Xingyi Twelve-style Quan

尚派形意拳系列 — 传统形意十二形

Demonstrator: Li Hong
Order No. D1320
ISBN: 7887214629
EAN: 6937475672422
Picture Format: NTSC (good for North American users)
Length: 98+114 min.
Number of Disc: 2
Language: Chinese with English and Simplified Chinese subtitles
Publisher: People’s Sports Audio & Video Publishing House
Price: $19.95

Xingyi twelve-style quan is derived from the living style and fighting form of 12 animals, including dragon, tiger, monkey, horse, crocodile, cock, swallow, sparrow hawk, snake, Falcon, eagle and bear. Adding more hand and leg techniques makes it richer and more powerful.

Xingyi twelve-style quan derived from xingyi quan (xingyi liuhe quan ) with 10 big forms as dragon, monkey, horse, cock, swallow, sparrow hawk, snake eagle and bear. It was passed down by Dai Longbang. The originator of xingyi quan, Li Luoneng added crocodile style and falcon style to create xingyi quan and made it like xingyi quan. But they are different in many theories and xinyi quan is more complete in combat skills.

Xingyi quan is one of the three major “internal” Chinese martial arts. The other two are Taiji quan and Baguazhang. Xingyi quan translates approximately to “Form/Intention Boxing”, or “Shape/Will Boxing”, and is characterized by aggressive, seemingly linear movements and explosive power. Its origins are traceable to the 18th century and may go back even further. There is no single organizational body governing the teaching of the art, and several variant styles exist.

A Xingyi quan fighter uses efficient coordinated movements to generate bursts of power intended to overwhelm the opponent, simultaneously attacking and defending. Forms vary from school to school, but include barehanded sequences and versions of the same sequences with a variety of weapons. These sequences are based upon the movements and fighting behavior of a variety of animals. The training methods allow the student to progress through increasing difficulty in form sequences, timing and fighting strategy.

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Shang-style Xingyi Quan Series: Xingyi Comprehensive Paired Practice

尚派形意拳系列 — 形意综合对练

Demonstrator: Li Hong
Order No. D1321
ISBN: 7887214629
EAN: 6937475373480
Picture Format: NTSC (good for North American users)
Length: 60 min.
Number of Disc: 1
Language: Chinese with English and Simplified Chinese subtitles
Publisher: People’s Sports Audio & Video Publishing House
Price: $14.95

This set of Xingyi Comprehensive Paired Practice stresses changes of the movement, force and route that are the basis of the traditional xingyi quan. It reflects xingyi quan’s feature of “hard attacking and hard advancing.”

Xingyi quan is one of the three major “internal” Chinese martial arts. The other two are Taiji quan and Baguazhang. Xingyi quan translates approximately to “Form/Intention Boxing”, or “Shape/Will Boxing”, and is characterized by aggressive, seemingly linear movements and explosive power. Its origins are traceable to the 18th century and may go back even further. There is no single organizational body governing the teaching of the art, and several variant styles exist.

A Xingyi quan fighter uses efficient coordinated movements to generate bursts of power intended to overwhelm the opponent, simultaneously attacking and defending. Forms vary from school to school, but include barehanded sequences and versions of the same sequences with a variety of weapons. These sequences are based upon the movements and fighting behavior of a variety of animals. The training methods allow the student to progress through increasing difficulty in form sequences, timing and fighting strategy.

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Xingyi Eight-form Boxing

形意八式拳

Demonstrator: Di Guoyong
Order No. D1337
ISBN: N/A
EAN: 6937475313714
Picture Format: NTSC (good for North American users)
Length: 55 min.
Number of Disc: 1
Language: Chinese with English and Simplified Chinese subtitles
Publisher: People’s Sports Audio & Video Publishing House
Price: $14.95

Xingyi Eight-form Boxing is a traditional routine, which is spread most widely in China. It is dapper with only seventeen forms in total. In term of techniques, the routine not only uses chopping (pi), drilling (zuan), snapping (beng), cannoning (pao) and crosscutting (heng), but also adds horse-style, cock-style, crane-style, and tiger-style moves, among others.

Xingyi quan is one of the three major “internal” Chinese martial arts. The other two are Taiji quan and Baguazhang. Xingyi quan translates approximately to “Form/Intention Boxing”, or “Shape/Will Boxing”, and is characterized by aggressive, seemingly linear movements and explosive power. Its origins are traceable to the 18th century and may go back even further. There is no single organizational body governing the teaching of the art, and several variant styles exist.

A Xingyi quan fighter uses efficient coordinated movements to generate bursts of power intended to overwhelm the opponent, simultaneously attacking and defending. Forms vary from school to school, but include barehanded sequences and versions of the same sequences with a variety of weapons. These sequences are based upon the movements and fighting behavior of a variety of animals. The training methods allow the student to progress through increasing difficulty in form sequences, timing and fighting strategy.

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Xingyi Eight-word Skill

形意八字功

Demonstrator: Di Guoyong
Order No. D1338
ISBN: N/A
EAN: N/A
Picture Format: NTSC (good for North American users)
Length: 70 min.
Number of Disc: 1
Language: Chinese with English and Simplified Chinese subtitles
Publisher: People’s Sports Audio & Video Publishing House
Price: $14.95

Eight-word Skill is named after the eight words — spreading, intersecting, wrapping, striding, flicking, butting, clouding and leading. Every routine that is related to each word has its own exercise methods, skills and applications. Each of them can be practiced individually or jointly.

Xingyi quan is one of the three major “internal” Chinese martial arts. The other two are Taiji quan and Baguazhang. Xingyi quan translates approximately to “Form/Intention Boxing”, or “Shape/Will Boxing”, and is characterized by aggressive, seemingly linear movements and explosive power. Its origins are traceable to the 18th century and may go back even further. There is no single organizational body governing the teaching of the art, and several variant styles exist.

A Xingyi quan fighter uses efficient coordinated movements to generate bursts of power intended to overwhelm the opponent, simultaneously attacking and defending. Forms vary from school to school, but include barehanded sequences and versions of the same sequences with a variety of weapons. These sequences are based upon the movements and fighting behavior of a variety of animals. The training methods allow the student to progress through increasing difficulty in form sequences, timing and fighting strategy.

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Shang-style Xingyi Quan Series: Xingyi Five Elements Restraining Each Other and Counterwork Hammers

尚派形意拳系列 — 形意五行相克对劈捶

Demonstrator: Li Hong
Order No. D1322
ISBN: 7887214629
EAN: 6937475373527
Picture Format: NTSC (good for North American users)
Length: 61 min.
Number of Disc: 1
Language: Chinese with English and Simplified Chinese subtitles
Publisher: People’s Sports Audio & Video Publishing House
Price: $14.95

Five Elements Restraining Each Other is a popular dual routine in traditional xingyiquan. It mainly uses five methods — chopping, snapping, drilling, cannoning and crosscutting — which corresponds with the five element — metal, water, wood, fire and earth. The movements seem simple but they have profundity in essences. Counterwork Hammers is a traditional dual routine in xingyi quan, with two persons representing attack and defense using the fist method.

Xingyi quan is one of the three major “internal” Chinese martial arts. The other two are Taiji quan and Baguazhang. Xingyi quan translates approximately to “Form/Intention Boxing”, or “Shape/Will Boxing”, and is characterized by aggressive, seemingly linear movements and explosive power. Its origins are traceable to the 18th century and may go back even further. There is no single organizational body governing the teaching of the art, and several variant styles exist.

A Xingyi quan fighter uses efficient coordinated movements to generate bursts of power intended to overwhelm the opponent, simultaneously attacking and defending. Forms vary from school to school, but include barehanded sequences and versions of the same sequences with a variety of weapons. These sequences are based upon the movements and fighting behavior of a variety of animals. The training methods allow the student to progress through increasing difficulty in form sequences, timing and fighting strategy.

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Xingyi Five-element Boxing

形意五行拳

Demonstrator: Di Guoyong
Order No. D1339
ISBN: N/A
EAN: N/A
Picture Format: NTSC (good for North American users)
Length: 61 min.
Number of Disc: 1
Language: Chinese with English and Simplified Chinese subtitles
Publisher: People’s Sports Audio & Video Publishing House
Price: $14.95

The five-element boxing, also called xingyi mother boxing, is the most basic fist technique in xingyi quan. It includes chopping fist (pi quan), drilling fist (zuan quan), snapping fist (beng quan), cannoning fist (pao quan) and crosscutting fist (heng quan). The five-element boxing is named according to the five-element theory in traditional Chinese culture.

Xingyi quan is one of the three major “internal” Chinese martial arts. The other two are Taiji quan and Baguazhang. Xingyi quan translates approximately to “Form/Intention Boxing”, or “Shape/Will Boxing”, and is characterized by aggressive, seemingly linear movements and explosive power. Its origins are traceable to the 18th century and may go back even further. There is no single organizational body governing the teaching of the art, and several variant styles exist.

A Xingyi quan fighter uses efficient coordinated movements to generate bursts of power intended to overwhelm the opponent, simultaneously attacking and defending. Forms vary from school to school, but include barehanded sequences and versions of the same sequences with a variety of weapons. These sequences are based upon the movements and fighting behavior of a variety of animals. The training methods allow the student to progress through increasing difficulty in form sequences, timing and fighting strategy.

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Xingyi Five-element Broadsword

形意五行刀

Demonstrator: Di Guoyong
Order No. D1340
ISBN: N/A
EAN: N/A
Picture Format: NTSC (good for North American users)
Length: 56 min.
Number of Disc: 1
Language: Chinese with English and Simplified Chinese subtitles
Publisher: People’s Sports Audio & Video Publishing House
Price: $14.95

xingyi five-element broadsword primarily uses chopping, drilling, snapping, cannoning and crosscutting in five-element boxing. The characteristics of five-element broadsword are: concise methods, prominent strength, swiftness and valor, and skillful attacks.

Xingyi quan is one of the three major “internal” Chinese martial arts. The other two are Taiji quan and Baguazhang. Xingyi quan translates approximately to “Form/Intention Boxing”, or “Shape/Will Boxing”, and is characterized by aggressive, seemingly linear movements and explosive power. Its origins are traceable to the 18th century and may go back even further. There is no single organizational body governing the teaching of the art, and several variant styles exist.

A Xingyi quan fighter uses efficient coordinated movements to generate bursts of power intended to overwhelm the opponent, simultaneously attacking and defending. Forms vary from school to school, but include barehanded sequences and versions of the same sequences with a variety of weapons. These sequences are based upon the movements and fighting behavior of a variety of animals. The training methods allow the student to progress through increasing difficulty in form sequences, timing and fighting strategy.

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Xingyi Five-element Spear

形意五行枪

Demonstrator: Di Guoyong
Order No. D1341
ISBN: N/A
EAN: N/A
Picture Format: NTSC (good for North American users)
Length: 67 min.
Number of Disc: 1
Language: Chinese with English and Simplified Chinese subtitles
Publisher: People’s Sports Audio & Video Publishing House
Price: $14.95

Xingyi five-element spear primarily uses chopping, drilling, snapping, cannoning and crosscutting in five-element boxing. It is characterized by the union of body and weapon, prominent application of force, and emphasis on power. The techniques are consistent, clear, and swift.

Xingyi quan is one of the three major “internal” Chinese martial arts. The other two are Taiji quan and Baguazhang. Xingyi quan translates approximately to “Form/Intention Boxing”, or “Shape/Will Boxing”, and is characterized by aggressive, seemingly linear movements and explosive power. Its origins are traceable to the 18th century and may go back even further. There is no single organizational body governing the teaching of the art, and several variant styles exist.

A Xingyi quan fighter uses efficient coordinated movements to generate bursts of power intended to overwhelm the opponent, simultaneously attacking and defending. Forms vary from school to school, but include barehanded sequences and versions of the same sequences with a variety of weapons. These sequences are based upon the movements and fighting behavior of a variety of animals. The training methods allow the student to progress through increasing difficulty in form sequences, timing and fighting strategy.

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Xingyi Five-element Staff

形意五行棍

Demonstrator: Di Guoyong
Order No. D1342
ISBN: N/A
EAN: N/A
Picture Format: NTSC (good for North American users)
Length: 55 min.
Number of Disc: 1
Language: Chinese with English and Simplified Chinese subtitles
Publisher: People’s Sports Audio & Video Publishing House
Price: $14.95

Movements of five-element staff are very easy to learn. Its skills are clear, its methods are explicit, its strength is great, and its ability to attack skillfully is strong. Unlike five-element boxing, five-element staff has no jazzy forms and techniques; it pays great attention to strength — the whole strength, the body strength and work strength. When exercising five-element staff, put the body to the main position, put the waist strength to the upper position and adjust the whole body strength to the best.

Xingyi quan is one of the three major “internal” Chinese martial arts. The other two are Taiji quan and Baguazhang. Xingyi quan translates approximately to “Form/Intention Boxing”, or “Shape/Will Boxing”, and is characterized by aggressive, seemingly linear movements and explosive power. Its origins are traceable to the 18th century and may go back even further. There is no single organizational body governing the teaching of the art, and several variant styles exist.

A Xingyi quan fighter uses efficient coordinated movements to generate bursts of power intended to overwhelm the opponent, simultaneously attacking and defending. Forms vary from school to school, but include barehanded sequences and versions of the same sequences with a variety of weapons. These sequences are based upon the movements and fighting behavior of a variety of animals. The training methods allow the student to progress through increasing difficulty in form sequences, timing and fighting strategy.

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Xingyi Five-element Sword

形意五行剑

Demonstrator: Di Guoyong
Order No. D1343
ISBN: N/A
EAN: N/A
Picture Format: NTSC (good for North American users)
Length: 67 min.
Number of Disc: 1
Language: Chinese with English and Simplified Chinese subtitles
Publisher: People’s Sports Audio & Video Publishing House
Price: $14.95

Xingyi five-element sword has the five kinds of sword techniques selected by the predecessors of xingyi quan after simplifying a lot of sword techniques. They are the most basic and practical techniques that best represent the styles and characteristics of Xingyi. Movements of five-element sword are simple and concise, which emphasize strength more than anything else .

Xingyi quan is one of the three major “internal” Chinese martial arts. The other two are Taiji quan and Baguazhang. Xingyi quan translates approximately to “Form/Intention Boxing”, or “Shape/Will Boxing”, and is characterized by aggressive, seemingly linear movements and explosive power. Its origins are traceable to the 18th century and may go back even further. There is no single organizational body governing the teaching of the art, and several variant styles exist.

A Xingyi quan fighter uses efficient coordinated movements to generate bursts of power intended to overwhelm the opponent, simultaneously attacking and defending. Forms vary from school to school, but include barehanded sequences and versions of the same sequences with a variety of weapons. These sequences are based upon the movements and fighting behavior of a variety of animals. The training methods allow the student to progress through increasing difficulty in form sequences, timing and fighting strategy.

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Shang-style Xingyi Quan Series: Xingyi Interlinked Broadsword

尚派形意拳系列 — 形意连环刀

Demonstrator: Li Hong
Order No. D1323
ISBN: 7887214629
EAN: 6937475373466
Picture Format: NTSC (good for North American users)
Length: 49 min.
Number of Disc: 1
Language: Chinese with English and Simplified Chinese subtitles
Publisher: People’s Sports Audio & Video Publishing House
Price: $14.95

The most significant feature and advantage of the traditional xingyi weapon is that the quan and weapon perform as a whole. Both the chopping broadsword and chopping palm of Shang-style Xingyi use the same “three riving forces” — waist that drives shoulder, shoulder that drives elbow, and elbow that drives wrist. Xingyi interlinked broadsword does not use the arm force individually but use borrowing force to chop, push and rub.

Xingyi quan is one of the three major “internal” Chinese martial arts. The other two are Taiji quan and Baguazhang. Xingyi quan translates approximately to “Form/Intention Boxing”, or “Shape/Will Boxing”, and is characterized by aggressive, seemingly linear movements and explosive power. Its origins are traceable to the 18th century and may go back even further. There is no single organizational body governing the teaching of the art, and several variant styles exist.

A Xingyi quan fighter uses efficient coordinated movements to generate bursts of power intended to overwhelm the opponent, simultaneously attacking and defending. Forms vary from school to school, but include barehanded sequences and versions of the same sequences with a variety of weapons. These sequences are based upon the movements and fighting behavior of a variety of animals. The training methods allow the student to progress through increasing difficulty in form sequences, timing and fighting strategy.

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Shang-style Xingyi Quan Series: Xingyi Interlinked Spear

尚派形意拳系列 — 形意连环枪

Demonstrator: Li Hong
Order No. D1324
ISBN: 7887214629
EAN: 6937475373442
Picture Format: NTSC (good for North American users)
Length: 51 min.
Number of Disc: 1
Language: Chinese with English and Simplified Chinese subtitles
Publisher: People’s Sports Audio & Video Publishing House
Price: $14.95

The xingyi spear stresses the skills of raising, dropping, turning and drilling. Use the waist as the major source of power with both hands that help and support each other. The force and power of xingyi spear’s “outward parrying, inward parrying and thrusting” is very different from other spear’s “tilting, coving and thrusting.”

Xingyi quan is one of the three major “internal” Chinese martial arts. The other two are Taiji quan and Baguazhang. Xingyi quan translates approximately to “Form/Intention Boxing”, or “Shape/Will Boxing”, and is characterized by aggressive, seemingly linear movements and explosive power. Its origins are traceable to the 18th century and may go back even further. There is no single organizational body governing the teaching of the art, and several variant styles exist.

A Xingyi quan fighter uses efficient coordinated movements to generate bursts of power intended to overwhelm the opponent, simultaneously attacking and defending. Forms vary from school to school, but include barehanded sequences and versions of the same sequences with a variety of weapons. These sequences are based upon the movements and fighting behavior of a variety of animals. The training methods allow the student to progress through increasing difficulty in form sequences, timing and fighting strategy.

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Shang-style Xingyi Quan Series: Xingyi Linked Staff

尚派形意拳系列 — 形意连环棍

Demonstrator: Li Hong
Order No. D1325
ISBN: 7887214629
EAN: 6937475373510
Picture Format: NTSC (good for North American users)
Length: 56 min.
Number of Disc: 1
Language: Chinese with English and Simplified Chinese subtitles
Publisher: People’s Sports Audio & Video Publishing House
Price: $14.95

In general staff play, the force is on the front of the staff. Xingyi staff and quan are of the same principle. Xingyi staff, like xingyi quan uses “three driving forces.” It uses the waist as the axis and the source of power. Its movements are not in big frame, because it prefers the movements to be agile, quick, strong, and easy to change. Applying the waist force can inflict heavy injury to the opponent’s bone and nerve rather that the skin and muscle.

Xingyi quan is one of the three major “internal” Chinese martial arts. The other two are Taiji quan and Baguazhang. Xingyi quan translates approximately to “Form/Intention Boxing”, or “Shape/Will Boxing”, and is characterized by aggressive, seemingly linear movements and explosive power. Its origins are traceable to the 18th century and may go back even further. There is no single organizational body governing the teaching of the art, and several variant styles exist.

A Xingyi quan fighter uses efficient coordinated movements to generate bursts of power intended to overwhelm the opponent, simultaneously attacking and defending. Forms vary from school to school, but include barehanded sequences and versions of the same sequences with a variety of weapons. These sequences are based upon the movements and fighting behavior of a variety of animals. The training methods allow the student to progress through increasing difficulty in form sequences, timing and fighting strategy.

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Shang-style Xingyi Quan Series: Xingyi Linked Sword

尚派形意拳系列 — 形意连环剑

Demonstrator: Li Hong
Order No. D1326
ISBN: 7887214629
EAN: 6937475373459
Picture Format: NTSC (good for North American users)
Length: 60 min.
Number of Disc: 1
Language: Chinese with English and Simplified Chinese subtitles
Publisher: People’s Sports Audio & Video Publishing House
Price: $14.95

The application of xingyi force is quite different from that of other ordinary swords. It requires the player to transfer the hand force into the sword. Thus it is said that the sword is the extension of the arm and can be brought into practice freely.

Xingyi quan is one of the three major “internal” Chinese martial arts. The other two are Taiji quan and Baguazhang. Xingyi quan translates approximately to “Form/Intention Boxing”, or “Shape/Will Boxing”, and is characterized by aggressive, seemingly linear movements and explosive power. Its origins are traceable to the 18th century and may go back even further. There is no single organizational body governing the teaching of the art, and several variant styles exist.

A Xingyi quan fighter uses efficient coordinated movements to generate bursts of power intended to overwhelm the opponent, simultaneously attacking and defending. Forms vary from school to school, but include barehanded sequences and versions of the same sequences with a variety of weapons. These sequences are based upon the movements and fighting behavior of a variety of animals. The training methods allow the student to progress through increasing difficulty in form sequences, timing and fighting strategy.

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Shang-style Xingyi Quan Series: Xingyi Liuhe (Six Harmony) Quan and Eight-form Quan

尚派形意拳系列 — 形意六合拳八式拳

Demonstrator: Li Hong
Order No. D1327
ISBN: 7887214629
EAN: 6937475373497
Picture Format: NTSC (good for North American users)
Length: 64 min.
Number of Disc: 1
Language: Chinese with English and Simplified Chinese subtitles
Publisher: People’s Sports Audio & Video Publishing House
Price: $14.95

Xingyi liuhe (six harmony) quan emphasizes holding the fists while chopping with the forearm like an axe. Its force does not only come out from shoulders, elbows and joints of the hands, but also from the forearm between the elbow and hand. In practice, eight-form quan emphasizes “harmony of the upper body and the lower one, the unity of the inner and outer power, the uniform of the whole body.”

Xingyi quan is one of the three major “internal” Chinese martial arts. The other two are Taiji quan and Baguazhang. Xingyi quan translates approximately to “Form/Intention Boxing”, or “Shape/Will Boxing”, and is characterized by aggressive, seemingly linear movements and explosive power. Its origins are traceable to the 18th century and may go back even further. There is no single organizational body governing the teaching of the art, and several variant styles exist.

A Xingyi quan fighter uses efficient coordinated movements to generate bursts of power intended to overwhelm the opponent, simultaneously attacking and defending. Forms vary from school to school, but include barehanded sequences and versions of the same sequences with a variety of weapons. These sequences are based upon the movements and fighting behavior of a variety of animals. The training methods allow the student to progress through increasing difficulty in form sequences, timing and fighting strategy.

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Essential Series of Sha Guozheng’s Xingyi and Bagua: Xingyi Mixture Boxing and Xingyi Eight-form Boxing

沙国正形意八卦 — 形意杂式捶、形意八式拳

Demonstrator: Luo Jinhua
Order No. D1292
ISBN: 7887213207
EAN: 6937475366666
Picture Format: NTSC (good for North American users)
Length: 48 min.
Number of Disc: 1
Language: Chinese with English and Simplified Chinese subtitles
Publisher: People’s Sports Audio & Video Publishing House
Price: $14.95

The traditional routine of Xingyi mixture boxing is formed on the basis of five-element boxing (wuxing quan) and twelve-style boxing. It combines the inner and outer energies and mixes hardness and softness to exhibit undulation and smartness. If you can master its techniques, you can improve your kungfu and grasp the essentials of xingyi quan.

Xingyi eight-form boxing is grandeur and elegant, with complete force, spirit and shape, fast and agile moving. Move simultaneously with spirit, Qi, mind, force, hands, eyes, body and steps. It can be used for both attack and defense.

Xingyi quan is one of the three major “internal” Chinese martial arts. The other two are Taiji quan and Baguazhang. Xingyi quan translates approximately to “Form/Intention Boxing”, or “Shape/Will Boxing”, and is characterized by aggressive, seemingly linear movements and explosive power. Its origins are traceable to the 18th century and may go back even further. There is no single organizational body governing the teaching of the art, and several variant styles exist.

A Xingyi quan fighter uses efficient coordinated movements to generate bursts of power intended to overwhelm the opponent, simultaneously attacking and defending. Forms vary from school to school, but include barehanded sequences and versions of the same sequences with a variety of weapons. These sequences are based upon the movements and fighting behavior of a variety of animals. The training methods allow the student to progress through increasing difficulty in form sequences, timing and fighting strategy.

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Xingyi Mixture Styles Boxing

形意杂式捶

Demonstrator: Di Guoyong
Order No. D1344
ISBN: N/A
EAN: N/A
Picture Format: NTSC (good for North American users)
Length: 57 min.
Number of Disc: 1
Language: Chinese with English and Simplified Chinese subtitles
Publisher: People’s Sports Audio & Video Publishing House
Price: $14.95

Xingyi Mixture Styles Boxing is a traditional routine formed on the basis of five-element boxing and twelve-style boxing. It has elaborate moves and skills, outstanding styles and features. In the old boxing pedigree, xingyi mixture styles boxing is regarded as “the union of styles and fists”, “united boxing”, and “soul of twelve-style boxing”.

Xingyi quan is one of the three major “internal” Chinese martial arts. The other two are Taiji quan and Baguazhang. Xingyi quan translates approximately to “Form/Intention Boxing”, or “Shape/Will Boxing”, and is characterized by aggressive, seemingly linear movements and explosive power. Its origins are traceable to the 18th century and may go back even further. There is no single organizational body governing the teaching of the art, and several variant styles exist.

A Xingyi quan fighter uses efficient coordinated movements to generate bursts of power intended to overwhelm the opponent, simultaneously attacking and defending. Forms vary from school to school, but include barehanded sequences and versions of the same sequences with a variety of weapons. These sequences are based upon the movements and fighting behavior of a variety of animals. The training methods allow the student to progress through increasing difficulty in form sequences, timing and fighting strategy.

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Shang-style Xingyi Quan Series: Xingyi Mixture Styles Quan

尚派形意拳系列 — 形意杂式捶

Demonstrator: Li Hong
Order No. D1328
ISBN: 7887214629
EAN: 6937475373473
Picture Format: NTSC (good for North American users)
Length: 55 min.
Number of Disc: 1
Language: Chinese with English and Simplified Chinese subtitles
Publisher: People’s Sports Audio & Video Publishing House
Price: $14.95

Xingyi mixture styles quan is a popular routine which stresses applying force by certain parts of the body. Depending on different movements and requirements, the methods of applying force can have up to twelve styles.

Xingyi quan is one of the three major “internal” Chinese martial arts. The other two are Taiji quan and Baguazhang. Xingyi quan translates approximately to “Form/Intention Boxing”, or “Shape/Will Boxing”, and is characterized by aggressive, seemingly linear movements and explosive power. Its origins are traceable to the 18th century and may go back even further. There is no single organizational body governing the teaching of the art, and several variant styles exist.

A Xingyi quan fighter uses efficient coordinated movements to generate bursts of power intended to overwhelm the opponent, simultaneously attacking and defending. Forms vary from school to school, but include barehanded sequences and versions of the same sequences with a variety of weapons. These sequences are based upon the movements and fighting behavior of a variety of animals. The training methods allow the student to progress through increasing difficulty in form sequences, timing and fighting strategy.

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Shang-style Xingyi Quan Series: Xingyi Protecting-body Cannon Paired Practice

尚派形意拳系列 — 形意安身炮对练

Demonstrator: Li Hong
Order No. D1329
ISBN: 7887214629
EAN: 6937475373503
Picture Format: NTSC (good for North American users)
Length: 56 min.
Number of Disc: 1
Language: Chinese with English and Simplified Chinese subtitles
Publisher: People’s Sports Audio & Video Publishing House
Price: $14.95

Xingyi protecting-body cannon is a traditional xingyi set of paired practice that has gained wide popularity. It requires the force to apply in forwarding step, advancing step, twisting step and retreating step. And the body should move as a whole. The force is sometimes strong or soft, sometimes fast or slow. The routine can improve the coordination of the whole body and increase the skills of both attacking and defending.

Xingyi quan is one of the three major “internal” Chinese martial arts. The other two are Taiji quan and Baguazhang. Xingyi quan translates approximately to “Form/Intention Boxing”, or “Shape/Will Boxing”, and is characterized by aggressive, seemingly linear movements and explosive power. Its origins are traceable to the 18th century and may go back even further. There is no single organizational body governing the teaching of the art, and several variant styles exist.

A Xingyi quan fighter uses efficient coordinated movements to generate bursts of power intended to overwhelm the opponent, simultaneously attacking and defending. Forms vary from school to school, but include barehanded sequences and versions of the same sequences with a variety of weapons. These sequences are based upon the movements and fighting behavior of a variety of animals. The training methods allow the student to progress through increasing difficulty in form sequences, timing and fighting strategy.

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Shang-style Xingyi Quan Series: Xingyi Sword Dual Practice

尚派形意拳系列 — 形意对剑

Demonstrator: Li Hong
Order No. D1330
ISBN: 7887214629
EAN: 6937475373534
Picture Format: NTSC (good for North American users)
Length: 58 min.
Number of Disc: 1
Language: Chinese with English and Simplified Chinese subtitles
Publisher: People’s Sports Audio & Video Publishing House
Price: $14.95

Xingyi Sword Dual Practice was created by Li Wenbin with an emphasis on mastering both the quan and weapons. It pays much attention to “hard attack and hard advance.” It emphasizes the power of Xingyi and the importance of forcefully attacking. It also involves swift changes of the sword method and a variety of body, hand and foot methods.

Xingyi quan is one of the three major “internal” Chinese martial arts. The other two are Taiji quan and Baguazhang. Xingyi quan translates approximately to “Form/Intention Boxing”, or “Shape/Will Boxing”, and is characterized by aggressive, seemingly linear movements and explosive power. Its origins are traceable to the 18th century and may go back even further. There is no single organizational body governing the teaching of the art, and several variant styles exist.

A Xingyi quan fighter uses efficient coordinated movements to generate bursts of power intended to overwhelm the opponent, simultaneously attacking and defending. Forms vary from school to school, but include barehanded sequences and versions of the same sequences with a variety of weapons. These sequences are based upon the movements and fighting behavior of a variety of animals. The training methods allow the student to progress through increasing difficulty in form sequences, timing and fighting strategy.

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Shang-style Xingyi Quan Series: Xingyi Twelve Hong Chui (Big Hammer)

尚派形意拳系列 — 形意十二洪捶

Demonstrator: Li Hong
Order No. D1331
ISBN: 7887214629
EAN: 6937475373435
Picture Format: NTSC (good for North American users)
Length: 55 min.
Number of Disc: 1
Language: Chinese with English and Simplified Chinese subtitles
Publisher: People’s Sports Audio & Video Publishing House
Price: $14.95

Xingyi twelve hong chui uses fists (big hammer) throughout the routine. It includes advancing, retreating, rotating and turning, or bundling, unfolding, withdrawing and sending. There are both basic techniques and advance skills for this routine. The demonstrator, Master Li Hong, is a seventh Dan of Chinese wushu and the second generation headmaster of Shang-style xingyiquan.

Xingyi quan is one of the three major “internal” Chinese martial arts. The other two are Taiji quan and Baguazhang. Xingyi quan translates approximately to “Form/Intention Boxing”, or “Shape/Will Boxing”, and is characterized by aggressive, seemingly linear movements and explosive power. Its origins are traceable to the 18th century and may go back even further. There is no single organizational body governing the teaching of the art, and several variant styles exist.

A Xingyi quan fighter uses efficient coordinated movements to generate bursts of power intended to overwhelm the opponent, simultaneously attacking and defending. Forms vary from school to school, but include barehanded sequences and versions of the same sequences with a variety of weapons. These sequences are based upon the movements and fighting behavior of a variety of animals. The training methods allow the student to progress through increasing difficulty in form sequences, timing and fighting strategy.

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Xingyi Twelve-style Boxing

形意十二形拳

Demonstrator: Di Guoyong
Order No. D1345
ISBN: N/A
EAN: N/A
Picture Format: NTSC (good for North American users)
Length: 66 min.
Number of Disc: 1
Language: Chinese with English and Simplified Chinese subtitles
Publisher: People’s Sports Audio & Video Publishing House
Price: $14.95

Xingyi Twelve-style Boxing is composed of twelve basic fist techniques which imitate the features of the dragon, tiger, monkey, horse, alligator, cock, swallow, sparrow hawk, snake, Chinese ostrich, eagle, and bear, combining the fist forms and applying the principle of skillful attacks.

Xingyi quan is one of the three major “internal” Chinese martial arts. The other two are Taiji quan and Baguazhang. Xingyi quan translates approximately to “Form/Intention Boxing”, or “Shape/Will Boxing”, and is characterized by aggressive, seemingly linear movements and explosive power. Its origins are traceable to the 18th century and may go back even further. There is no single organizational body governing the teaching of the art, and several variant styles exist.

A Xingyi quan fighter uses efficient coordinated movements to generate bursts of power intended to overwhelm the opponent, simultaneously attacking and defending. Forms vary from school to school, but include barehanded sequences and versions of the same sequences with a variety of weapons. These sequences are based upon the movements and fighting behavior of a variety of animals. The training methods allow the student to progress through increasing difficulty in form sequences, timing and fighting strategy.

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Essential Series of Sha Guozheng’s Xingyi and Bagua: Xingyi Twelve-style Boxing

沙国正形意八卦 — 形意拳十二形

Demonstrator: Luo Jinhua
Order No. D1293
ISBN: 7887213207
EAN: 6937475366635
Picture Format: NTSC (good for North American users)
Length: 61 min.
Number of Disc: 1
Language: Chinese with English and Simplified Chinese subtitles
Publisher: People’s Sports Audio & Video Publishing House
Price: $14.95

The twelve-style boxing is an important part of xingyi quan. It imitates the characters and figures of twelve animals and absorbs them into the techniques of attack and defense in martial arts.

Xingyi quan is one of the three major “internal” Chinese martial arts. The other two are Taiji quan and Baguazhang. Xingyi quan translates approximately to “Form/Intention Boxing”, or “Shape/Will Boxing”, and is characterized by aggressive, seemingly linear movements and explosive power. Its origins are traceable to the 18th century and may go back even further. There is no single organizational body governing the teaching of the art, and several variant styles exist.

A Xingyi quan fighter uses efficient coordinated movements to generate bursts of power intended to overwhelm the opponent, simultaneously attacking and defending. Forms vary from school to school, but include barehanded sequences and versions of the same sequences with a variety of weapons. These sequences are based upon the movements and fighting behavior of a variety of animals. The training methods allow the student to progress through increasing difficulty in form sequences, timing and fighting strategy.

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