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HAKKA FIST Against Grabs - Kung Fu Report #252

 

In the last episode, I shared with you the application of Hakka Fist when your opponent is covering, and in today's episode, we will look at what you can do when you get grabbed using the opening and closing hands concepts from Hakka Fist.

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HAKKA FIST against boxing cover - Kung Fu Report #251

 

In the last episode, I shared with you the application of Hakka Fist when your opponent is attacking, and in today's episode, we will demo various applications for when your opponent is in defense mode. We also will talk about how to understand and use the Hakka Fist concept for both situations, offensively and defensively.

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Hakka Low Line Hammer Fist - Kung Fu Report #250

 

The Hakka Fist system likes to use a lot of double fist techniques. And in today's Kung Fu Report we will talk and demo about an intermediate level of Hakka technique, where you can use one side of your body to attack in extremely close range. Want to know more about it? Let's check this episode out.

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Hakka Close Range Double Strike - Kung Fu Report #249

 

Hakka techniques are done close range. There are many techniques that use both hands for striking. Today we will demo one of these techniques. The double palm transfers to a double strike.

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Wing Chun Influenced by Hakka Martial Arts - KFR 209

 

Hakka people migrated from the north of China centuries ago. The reception in other regions was very hostile so they have to develop their very own martial arts style to defend their families and beloved ones. My family is a Hakkanese backgrounded family and on today's Kung Fu report I'm going to share with you how Kung Fu, Wing Chun, and Hakkanese style, mixed up during my martial arts...

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