Wudan Temple Martial Arts Demonstration

 

The Chinese Martial Sciences are vast and varied.  In this area I am more of a novice because it is not an area where I have had extensive practice!  (a smattering of Wing Chun and a few others)  Still I find them fascinating and try to get a look when I can and or when I have the time to practice with a practitioner who will take the time to teach me!   The following video clip is of a demonstration at WuDang Mountain.  I found this beautiful as the practice was in the rain and I am someone who believes in training in the elements.  Enjoy!

See You On The Mats! 

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Brian R. VanCise

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Hi my name is Brian R. VanCise and my passion is the Martial Sciences. I have trained almost my entire life in the pursuit of martial excellence and I teach a world class curriculum in Las Vegas, Nevada. Contact us at: 702-326-3622
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2 Responses to Wudan Temple Martial Arts Demonstration

  1. Tim says:

    Thanks Brian, I think I needed this video today. One of the coolest training sessions I think I ever had, although maybe not the most intelligent, was doing Tuishou with my Sanda sifu during a torrential down poor in a thunderstorm…. Likely the most Kung Fu theater-ish too.

    Nothing against another style of martial arts, but every time I think about going to train another style, and I am currently looking at Aikido and Escrima, I see video like this and I just want to jump right back into my CMA with both feet and train my Taiji and Xingyi and then I start thinking …you know…there is a Yin Bagua school 1.5 hours from my house and a Wudang Daoist about 4 hours away.., hmmm… maybe I should give my Sanda sifu a call

    Great video
    Thanks

  2. Brian VanCise says:

    Glad you enjoyed it Tim! I can remember one seminar we had titled “Tea and Taijutsu” where we went to a Japanese Tea House and then held the seminar afterwards out in a park. After the tea training started and it was slightly overcast. Then a light rain started to fall, which turned into a moderate rain, then torrential downpour. Literally you could not see the person in front of you or open your eyes up when thrown to the ground. It was invigorating to say the least! Definitely one of the better training experiences I have ever had!

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