The Han Zhong Li Form is named after the Taoist God Han Zhong Li (see below), and is the third form of Eight Drunken Immortals.
The third of the Eight Immortals, Han Zhong Li had great strength, and was physically the strongest of the Eight Drunken Immortals. He carried a cauldron of wine wherever he went. The Han Form reflects these characteristics, and focuses on using momentum and circular motion to knock your opponent over.
Through the Han Form you learn aggressive tackles and stomping attacks. For example, you carry your arms around an imaginary sphere (which symbolizes Han's cauldron) and apply this in rolling movements to tackle your opponent to the ground.
Our eBook covers the basics of Eight Drunken Immortals before moving to cover the movements of the Han Zhong Li Form and discuss its underlying concepts and applications:
Find out how the deceptive qualities of Drunken Kung Fu can give you an edge, together with an illustrated guide as to how power is generated by a drunken fighter
Discover how the footwork of the Eight Drunken Immortals style Drunken Kung Fu works, together with explanations of the various stages of drunken stupor and what not to do in fighting
Learn about the combat theory of the Eight Drunken Immortals style Drunken Kung Fu with an illustrated guide on the use of force and dimensional defense, as well as an explanation of the "Deception and Rush" principle
Develop fundamental Eight Drunken Immortals techniques:
The 5 components of the slapping technique
Hitting with different areas of the fist
Use of the hand knife
The 3 ways of falling
4 ways of kicking, with an illustrated analysis of sub-variations for each kick
Master the critical ideas behind Han Zhong Li and how they are applied:
Throw the opponent using the momentum of his or her attack
Using the circular force to draw in your opponent for a strike
Use a small force to counter a bigger force
Manipulate the opponent’s centre of gravity to defeat them
Overwhelm your opponent through circular attacking patterns
The third of the Eight Immortals, Han Zhong Li was a man of great strength and was the strongest of the Eight Drunken Immortals physically.
Han frequently got into trouble in his youth, getting drunk, picking fights and generally causing much mischief in his village. One day, Li Tit Kwai came across him in his drunken stupor and cautioned him to lead a better life. Han refused to listen, and instead foolishly challenged Li to a fight.
Han was easily defeated and Li forced him to become his pupil in Taoism and abide by Li's standards. Although he tried to run away from Li on many instances, Li always caught him. Han eventually saw the error of his ways and became a Taoist priest. After many years of meditation achieved immortality on the Mountain Hua.
Han is portrayed in Taoism paintings with a fan and a huge wine cauldron. According to legend, the fan accords him the power of resurrecting the dead.
Informative and packed with diagrams:-
You will find set out in our Han Zhong Li eBook the complete traditional Han Zhong Li Form, packed with over 51 carefully created diagrams to show you the entire form in addition to the many illustrations in the main body of the eBook.
Easy to understand instructions:-
Our eBooks contain detailed instructions written by our expert editors in a friendly, easy to read style. All text is in English.
Multiple camera angles:-
Multiple angles of the technique are covered in the diagrams where applicable so that you can see the technique from all perspectives.
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