The He Xian Gu Form is named after the Taoist Goddess He Xian Gu (see below), and is the eight form of Eight Drunken Immortals.
In the He Form, you mimic the feminine gestures to taunt your enemy and mask your attacks. You generate angular deflection force from the rolling of your waist and body to deal with attacks. You also learn to develop power from the form's wrist turning techniques to strike at very close range.
Our eBook covers the basics of Eight Drunken Immortals before moving to cover the movements of the He Xian Gu 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 He Xian Gu and how they are applied:
Roll your hips and buttocks to taunt your enemy and mask powerful strikes
Understand the principles of the primary and secondary hip-roll
Use Hip-Rolling from unlikely angles to defeat your opponent
Apply the hidden power in your wrists quickly and explosively
Apply flirting techniques to taunt your opponent
Like Lan Cai He, He Xian Gu is a female immortal, and is also the last of the Eight Immortals. In life, she lived at the time of the Tang Dynasty and achieved immortality after eating a divine peach given to her by Lu Don Bin. As an immortal, she flew over mountains to gather divine fruit for her mother. She is portrayed with a lotus flower (a symbol of purity in China) and is worshipped as the patron deity of virgins and unmarried women.
Informative and packed with diagrams:-
You will find set out in our He Xian Gu eBook the complete traditional He Xian Gu Form, packed with over 35 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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