05-18-2009, 09:19 PM
Boxing for Beginners, with Chapter showing its Relationship to Bayonet Fighting
its a nice book with picture about the history of boxing
its boxing for beginners
05-20-2009, 12:21 AM
that was actually vaguely interesting
interesting as it is said my boxing style was made from using the spear and incorporated this barehand movements with boxing style punches and strikes. although it is a helluva a lot more than that.
i will check this out now. sounds interesting.
05-30-2009, 08:33 PM
There is a book out on Hsing-I called "The Xingyi Quan of the Chinese Army" by Dennis Rovere. I think his pics are wak but the reprints of Huang Bo Nien manule are pretty intresting. If you use a spear or a bayonet does not matter in Hsing-I, the strikes are very powerful. Rovere also put a dvd out on this subject but I have not seen it yet.
I realy would like to learn this style some day, if I find a good teacher in the area. Does one of you know a good sorce of information about developing Jin? I have some Yang Styl Taiji as a base.
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