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Power of Shaolin Kung Fu: Harness the Speed and Devastating Striking Force of Southern Shaolin Jow Ga Kung Fu Book & DVD by Ronald Wheeler

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From its early beginnings in the ancient Shaolin Buddhist monasteries of China to its depiction in scores of contemporary martial arts films, the classical style of Shaolin Kung Fu continues to reign supreme as the original and most important body of martial arts techniques in the world.
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From its early beginnings in the ancient Shaolin Buddhist monasteries of China to its depiction in scores of contemporary martial arts films, the classical style of Shaolin Kung Fu continues to reign supreme as the original and most important body of martial arts techniques in the world. This dynamic martial form is by far the most effective in terms of combining blinding speed with devastatingly powerful strikes.

This book offers readers a comprehensive course in the fundamental movements that have been practiced and perfected by warrior monks for centuries. It includes 300 color photographs along with detailed textual instructions and training tips. The included DVD clearly demonstrates all of the movements covered in the book.
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SKU BV-81544
Release Date Dec 10, 2011
Other Info Region-Free DVD(s)
Book Format Softcover
Languages English

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