This article analyzes the connection between the body mechanics developed in traditional/internal martial arts, and the defensive techniques in boxing such as bob and weave, Philly Shell, or shoulder roll. Also to note that such defensive techniques in boxing can also be used in kickboxing. In my experience, to do such defensive techniques correctly, both [...]
Public talk by Grandmaster Li Tai Liang on the origins and methods of the Xinyi-Dao system, at Stanford University on March 8th, 2018.
Xinyi-Dao: From tradition to modernity in a Chinese martial arts. Join us as Grandmaster Li Tai Liang will discuss, at Stanford University's East Asian Library, the origins and methods of the Xinyi-Dao system, a modern synthesis of the traditional Chinese martial arts of Xingyiquan, Baguazhang, Taijiquan, and Shaolinquan. Grandmaster Li was a member of the [...]
Grandmaster Li Tai Liang is a world-renowned Chinese martial artist with over 40 years of professional teaching experience in both traditional martial arts and modern fighting arts. Grandmaster Li has taught at Shaolin Temple in China, Chinese Special Police Force, and the Beijing Sanshou-Kickboxing Team. He is currently the president of the World Fighting Martial [...]
shout out to new student Edmund Tam and his son Mark training sanda together