LOCKING OPPONENT'S BOTH ARMS TO STRIKE HIM

Shaolin Kungfu against Other Martial Arts

Size and gender are not decisive factors in Taijiquan


An excellent way to prevent a Boxer or any opponent striking you while you attack him is to lock his both arms. An effective pattern to use is "Cross-Road Hook Hand". Indeed, many people caught in such a situation will be quite helpless against your strikes. Grandmaster Wong explains some fine points on how to apply this technique. It is also interesting to note that size and gender are not decisive factors in kungfu as you can see an elegant lady sparring against a giant in this video series.

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Locking Opponent's Both Arms to Strike Him

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Cross-Road Hook Hand Locking an Opponent's Arms Successful Application
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Successful Application Finer Points Finer Points
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Size and Gender Size and Gender Class Practice
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Class Practice Gender Not a Factor Class Practice

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