Throughout the history of Chinese martial arts only the Wudang Sect could rival the Shaolin Temple in terms of strength and standing.
Chinese martial arts have historically been divided between the external systems (Shaolin) and the internal (Wudang). The Shaolin Style has always emphasized seizing the initiative from the opponent with strong forceful actions i.e. external strength.
In contrast, the Wudang Sect emphasizes on cultivating qi (i.e. internal strength) overcoming the opponent’s attack with it. This focus on developing internal strength is linked to Taoism’s tenets of breathing exercises, preserving health and prolonging life.
The Shaolin approach is fundamentally active and dynamic, whereas the Wu Dang approach is intrinsically passive and focuses on waiting your opponent to make the first move and using the force of his attack against him.
The Nine-Palace Style is a type of Wudang martial arts, and shares similarities with other internal martial arts such as Tai Chi, Hsing I and Bagua Zhang.
The Nine Palace Style emphasizes dynamic flowing movement that applies the footwork as it is relevant to the context of the situation to anticipate the impetus of the opponent’s attack and flows around to an appropriate position to counter-attack.
It is not an outwardly aggressive style, but places a great deal of emphasis on agility and adaptability. When the practitioner does strike he achieves his result with pinpoint accuracy and flowing grace.
Our eBook serves as a guide to Wu Dang Kung Fu, and introduces the basic concepts of the style.
It then takes you through the Nine Palace Style, and breaks down its techniques, stances and footwork together with training methods such as the Twelve Turns Chi Kung exercise (and more). The Twelve Turns Chi Kung exercise is aimed at enhancing the practitioner’s overall health and fitness.
Lastly it introduces the beginner’s form the Nine Palace Fist Form with illustrations and step by step instructions. The Nine Palace Fist Form is the fundamental training form of Wu Dang Kung Fu - Nine Palace Style that teaches you the way in which the practitioner combines the moving and striking techniques of the style.
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