Shaolin Kungfu

Make use of body-movement to avoid his strikes and kicks if you fail to cover your opponent

A Muay Thai fighter is not only fast but also very tricky. He frequently uses false moves, making it difficult for an opponent to tell the real from the feint. Before you can ward off an attack, another one follows swiftly.

How would you defend against or counter such continuous attacks mixed with feint moves. A good way is to cover his hands so that he has little or no chance to make any moves, regardless of real or feint. Then strike him continuously while maintaining the coverage.

If he kicks, use body-movement to avoid his kicks without moving your feet, and simultaneously strike his kicking legs. As soon as he drops his leg, cover him and strike him continuously.

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Shaolin Kung Fu Covering the Opponent while Striking Him

Many combatants move back because they are afraid to be hit. But why is the Shaolin exponent not being hit? This video clip reveals the secret. He covers the Muay Thai fighter giving him no chance to strike back. Not many people know this secret, least of all how to do it

Shaolin Kung Fu Make Good Use of your Stance

What should you do if you fail, at times, to close your opponent? Make use of your stance. Just shift back your body without moving your feet. Your opponent's strikes would be unable to reach you. Sometimes you can open the opponent.

Shaolin Kung Fu Use Body-Movement Instead of Retreating Backward

Here are further examples of situations when he fails to close the opponent. Instead of retreat, you shift your body backward. And as soon as you manage to close the opponent, move in to strike.

Shaolin Kung Fu Covering as Soon as He Uses his Hands

If you are skillful, you can close your opponent as soon as he moves his hand. “Single Tiger” and “Wave Dragons” are useful patterns for this purpose. When you cover your opponent well, he can't move forward, he can only move back. You must follow him closely to maintain the coverage. If he kicks, strike his legs.

Shaolin Kung Fu Tactic of Dodge, Cover and Strike

An effective tactic against a Muay Thai fighter or a Kick-Boxer is as follows. Dodge his hand attacks but try to close him. If he kicks, strike his legs. As soon as you have covered him, strike him continuously.

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Effective Shaolin Tactics and Techniques against Continuous Attacks Mixed with Feint Moves from Wong Kiew Kit on Vimeo.

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Basic Shaolin Kungfu against Boxing, Kick-Boxing, Muay Tahi and Wrestling

  1. From Shaolin to Instinctive Fighting to Boxing
  2. Basic Counters against a Boxer's Jabs
  3. Chasing after a Boxer's Retreat
  4. One-Step, Two-Step or Multiple-Step Chase
  5. Practicing on your Own, then Testing it on your Partner
  6. Counters against a Boxer's Left Jabs
  7. Handling Unexpected Attacks Correctly and Spontaneously
  8. Progressing to Realistic Sparring with a Boxer
  9. Employing Appropriate Tactics to Defeat a Boxer
  10. Sticking to a Boxer as he Tries to Bounce Away
  1. Advantages of the Bow-Arrow Stance over a Boxer's Footwork
  2. Practicing Numerous Tactics against Boxers
  3. Handling a Boxer Competently despite his Speed and Size
  4. Understanding and Implementing Techniques, Tactics and Skills against Boxers
  5. Countering the Left-Left-Right of Boxers
  6. Kick a Boxer Whenever he Uses his Right Hand
  7. Various Tactics to Handle a Boxer
  8. Attacking a Boxer with a Planned Sequence
  9. Felling an Opponent as he Attacks with an Undercut
  10. Various Ways to Fell an Opponent
  1. Knee Strikes and their Counters
  2. From Simple Techniques to Sophisticated Patterns
  3. Why are many Kungfu Practitioners Unable to Counter Muay Thai or Kick-Boxing Attacks?
  4. Superiority of Kungfu Stances, Footwork and Techniques
  5. Counters against Muay Thai and Kick-Boxing Attacks
  6. Effective Tactics and Techniques against Continuous Attacks Mixed with Feint Moves
  7. How do you Counter Continous Kicks?
  8. Exploiting the Innate Weaknesses of Kicks to Counter Them
  9. Throwing an Opponent as he Kicks
  10. Striking the Attacker as he Attempts a Shoot
  11. Countering the Shoot when an Attacker has Grabbed you or Pushed you onto the Ground