The Li Tit Kwai Form is named after the Taoist God Li Tit Kwai (see below), and is the second form of Eight Drunken Immortals.
Since Li had only the use of one leg, he fought by feigning weakness to lure the enemy to attack recklessly, and retaliating when least expected. The Li Form reflects these characteristics, and incorporates a number of postures such as lying on the ground or standing on one leg to feign weakness.
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:
Attack from the direction of your enemy's blind side
Kick from a seemingly vulnerable position to catch your opponent off guard
Bring down your opponent even after he has avoided your initial attack
Send your opponent flying when they think they can move in for a final blow
Force your opponent to capitulate by locking them
Li is the eldest of the Eight Immortals, being from the Western Zhou Dynasty (500AD). An accomplished Taoist master, he was in deep meditation and projected his spirit to the heavens. Unfortunately, one of his student had thought him dead during this time and cremated his body.
Upon Li's return, his spirit realized he had to possess the body of another to survive. In his haste, Li possessed the body of a dying beggar. It was only after Li took over the body, that he realized the beggar had been diseased and crippled. Li smashed the beggar's pole in his rage. Li's crutch is his hallmark characteristic.
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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
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