The Stunt Action Workshop with Hugh Fitzgerald and Roger Yuan in Austin, Texas, delivered an extraordinary and unforgettable experience for all participants. This exclusive event showcased a series of exhilarating training sessions and provided invaluable industry insights. One of the standout highlights of the workshop
Throughout military history, axes have played a pivotal role on the battlefield, and their significance transcends different eras and cultures. From ancient dynasties to iconic moments in American military history, these formidable weapons have left an indelible mark. Drawing inspiration from military texts, such as
Complex Rehabilitation is transforming the way America’s injured veterans are empowered in our communities. For over two decades, Alleviation Institute has brought forth the most innovative assistive technology solutions to our nation’s finest, improving the lives of millions of warriors and their families. “War-related spinal
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Sun Tzu is credited as the author of The Art of War, an influential work of military strategy that has inspired both Western and East Asian philosophy of combat. Sun Tzu’s methodology is foundational in the creation of Internal Martial Arts.
The YSB Dragon System is underappreciated in today’s kungfu culture, partly because Snake symbolism is often attached to Yin Fu’s personal fighting style. The popularity of the Luohan Penetrating Palms styling in most Yin Style branches is the primary reason for the ‘snake’ characteristics- snakes
[David Chee-Kai Lin/ Combat Shuai Chiao in the pics] In modern Baguazhang culture- Cheng Ting Hua is often credited for wrestling and Yin Fu is revered for his penetrating palms. While this may be a half-truth, Imperial Guards (Yin Fu) are skilled in military wrestling
Yin Yuzhang, the son of Yin Fu is remembered for his cleaving Saber methods, utilizing an instrument less than half the length of the iconic Giant Baguazhang saber often instructed in contemporary times. Many Chinese scholars link the cleaving saber to the Pudao in feudal
The Shaolin Stick Method is the foundation for Cheng Style Baguazhang and certain categories in Yin Style [Silky Pudao or Dragon Capturing, which is cudgel methods- it’s not empty-hand as commonly presented]. The Shaolin Stick descends from the Ming Dynasty- the stick is interchangeable with polearms