Instructions for Choy Li Fut - Tit Jin Jeong Kuen (Iron Arrow Long Fist Form)

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Instructions for Choy Li Fut - Tit Jin Jeong Kuen (Iron Arrow Long Fist Form)

This page provides details about the Choy Li Fut form known as Tit Jin Jeong Kuen or Iron Arrow Long Fist Form. Choy Li Fut is a well-known Kung Fu style and uses a variety of forms to teach kicks, strikes, stances, self-defense techniques, balance, coordination, etc. However, if you have any questions about a particular form movement, please check with your instructor because there are many different Choy Li Fut schools and instructions can differ.

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Demonstration Video for Choy Li Fut - Tit Jin Jeong Kuen (Iron Arrow Form)

Written Instructions for Form

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References

  1. Plum Blossom International Federation, Traditional Choy Li Fut (Cai Li Fo) Kung Fu Forms and Scripts, http://plumblossom.net/ChoyLiFut/formslist.html, Added - 10/03/14


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