Learn about Fu Jow Pai - Chinese "Tiger Claw" Kung Fu

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Learn about Fu Jow Pai - Chinese "Tiger Claw" Kung Fu

Fu Jow Pai ("Tiger Claw Style") is a Chinese martial arts that is famous for its tiger-like attacks and strikes. This Kung Fu style practices aggressive and quick unarmed combat techniques. Fu Jow Pai students also train with traditional Chinese martial arts weapons such as the sword, saber and staff.

According to the Fu Jow Pai Federation, Fo Pow Pai's "striking movements are lightning fast, agile and powerful. Techniques unique to Fu-Jow Pai are ripping, tearing, clawing and grasping applications". Fu Jow Pai is known for its Tiger Claw technique which is used to grab and rip "soft" targets (i.e. neck).

Fu Jow Pai uses forms such as Bagua Hark Fu Jow, Yueng Shen Kuen, Yeah Gen Do (saber form), Chun Jon Quon (staff form) and Lu Yee Jien (sword form).

Elements of Kung Fu and Fu Jow Pai

Demonstration Video of Fu Jow Pai

References

  1. Fu Jow Pai Federation, About Fu-Jow Pai, http://www.fujowpai.com/about.html, Added - 10/08/14


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