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DVD Kung Fu with Adam Hsu

Authentic Kung Fu with Adam Hsu


About Adam Hsu: World-renowned as an acknowledged top level teacher and also scholar of the martial arts, Adam Hsu has the
distinction of also being fully dedicated to their promotion. He has unflinchingly sacrificed to engender a deeper understanding of
Chinese martial arts through his numerous books, articles and seminars. The head of the TWA (Traditional Wushu Association), Hsu
Shihfu has played a major part in the preservation authentic Wushu skills.

New "School DVD" series Adam Hsu: Martial Resume and works

DVDs: Tai Chi, Baji, Bagua, PiGua and more Exclusive Interview with Adam Hsu

English Books: Two fine books Chinese Books: Important texts in Chinese

Selection from Lone Sword Book: The Mystery of Bagua Zhang

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Welcome to the Adam Hsu Kung Fu School


It was inevitable that, at some time, a virtual martial arts studioor many of themwould be established. But luck was with us in that
the teacher who did it is one of the top authorities on CMA to ever bring his talents to the west. Now Adam Hsu, a noted instructor, has
begun a series of martial DVDs offering a new depth to the study that no series has yet equalled.

His first offerings are already outstanding in their depth and breadth, adding lectures, discussions, history, usage, applications, exercises
and technical points on each topic covered. Using multiple DVDs, teacher Hsu gives you some experience of his excellent teaching
method. Always the complete instructor, he fills in the blanks so many others leave gaping. It is impossible to listen to his instruction
without realizing that he is giving more than information, freeing each subject by making the student see the potential for adaptation,
variation and customization. All this is to say that when you learn from someone who has authority on a subject, you generally develop
some authority yourself. Adam Hsu shares our view that real Kung Fu training is in danger of disappearing while, simultaneously, it is
standing before a portal of what could be an information renaissance on the subject. And the subject is worth the effort

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NEW! DVD 24903 The Secret File of Ba-Gua Zhang Volume #3


4 disk set(over 7 hrs of instructions)
Chinese language subtitled in English

Its hard to write an objective review when the information comes from your own teacher who is also one of the fields top
writers. So I decided to not even try.

Hsu begins with the animal palms, the traditional start to Bagua learning, and sets the rules for posture, locomotion and 8
hand positions. He enlivens the discussion with comments and insights rarely addressed by others.

Plum offers many Bagua series which teach footwork, empty handed forms, applications, weapons etc. But what I find both prominent and unique
about this series is the dynamic interaction of its segments. Adam Hsus approach is different. His method uses the core Eight Changing Palms
which he teaches on these DVDsto take you through different skill sets, all foundational to Bagua. Having learned the Eight Changing Palms, you
will use that base of information to practice Bagua Poles, Partner Training, and Applications, all returning to the Eight Changing Palms themselves.
And that is one of the ways in which Bagua is truly circular.

Breakdown of Four Disk Series

Volume #1 104 minutes. Introduces a lot of information on theory, goals, and characteristics of real Bagua training.
Sifu Hsu shows and discusses the Inner and Outer training Palms. He correlates these to the animals and the
organs.Then 1-5 of the core Changing Palms of the core Eight Palms is taught.

Volume #2 102 minutes


Sixth through Eighth Palms
Changing Palms Discussion
Each of the Eight Changing Palms demonstrated by Adam Hsu himself with further points
Discussion on BGZ names and styles

Volume #3 112 minutes


Every Changing Palm deconstructed and conditioned by striking the poles (both sides)
Changing Palm Post Training through Palm Eight
Post Training conclusion
Two Person Palm Training
Two Person Penetrating Palm
Two Person Sticking Palm
Two Person Circling Palm
Two Person Group Demonstrations

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Volume #4 117 minutes


Application of all Eight Palms
A long discussion on the principles of real Kung Fu and its relation to Bagua.

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~Order Secret File of Bagua Zhang Volumes #1, 2 and 3 and get an ADDITIONAL 10% discount on these. All discounts will be taken in the
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DVD 24901 & 24902 The Secret File of Ba-Gua Zhang


2 Volumes, can be purchased separately or as a set. See prices below.
Each volume contains 3 discs (over 3 hrs per volume)
Chinese language subtitled in English

This new , comprehensive series on BGZ (Bagua Zhang) is presented by teacher Adam Hsu in two volumes, each containing three
DVDs. What is exceptional about this presentation is that longtime teacher Hsu has gone for the juice, offering a presentation that
can benefit any BGZ player, no matter the style.

The first three DVDs of Volume One concentrate on background and principles. The information and demonstrations are profound, explaning
essentials. He starts with the lineage including Gong Bao Tian, who learned directly from Yin Fu and developed some rare techniques. It is here that
we get a preview of the his pole technique and a new form of pracicing with marine ropes.

Next, Adam Hsu makes a strong case for the differences between BGZ and other martial arts. BGZ is a fairly late development, so Adam Hsu explains
key differences, levels of torsion, special Nei Gong to enhance the movements, some ways of thinking entirely unique to BGZ.
Following are three very unusual exercises, definitely BGZ, to loosen the spine, and coax more motion out of the hips, for walking practice. All of
these relatively unknown Bagua training regimens originate withGong Bao Tian, and all of them are surprising.

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Volume One also contains a discussion on internal training, with breathing and methods to deepen practice. For people with a
martial background, Hsu Sifus approach is commonsensical and directwithout even the need to believe in qiand focuses
on the role of intent. I think people will be refreshed by it, because it is so simple and so honest. Hsu also introduces the qi
discussion on the famous three levels (heaven, earth and mankind) so basic to BGZ training.

In Volume Two, Adam Hsu advances many ideas from Part One. He also shows certain aspects of this system that you cannot
find anywhere, even mainland China. We now see much deeper into the anatomy of stepping. He introduces scissors stepping
with correct leg movements. He shows a Square Step, important for hip control. He adds a Triangle step for tight movement
and the wall-turning exercises of Volume #1.

Returning to the San Cai (Three Levels) he adds a specific hand position to each of the three levels, linking each level with a portion of the torso.
Then he coordinates these with three forms of stepping pattern. This San Cai practice alone could offer months of training. The first three postures in
this section are absolutely foundational.

Next comes palm training, with actual marching locomotion. Hsu Sifu doesnt demonstrate a great deal on other people, but here you do not need it
the applications are quite clear. He shows the Palm training with all major hand positions, and full body actions with the palm changing on each
strike. He introduces a number of these crucial techniques, core movements for BGZ training: chopping, throwing, raising, etc.

Then he introduces the Four Hands (Guen, Zhuan, Zheng, Guo) Pattern. This valuable training method hooks the body up with the arms in a
continuous loop. This training is rarely seen outside this lineage. In this seemingly simple circular exercise you move your hand through four
different positons all with appropriate waist and back actions. People often try to do this but fail making the proper connection and therefore cannot
match hands to their legs. Here we have five different versions (two of which Ive never even seen before) of this lively exercise, each requiring
different torso techniques. The Four Hands is the kind of practice you might keep up through your entire martial career.

Finally, there is an extended section on how to work the BGZ posts. I rarely use the word amazing but the BGZ posts might make the Wing Chun
dummy look like a broomstick. The first time I saw this I said, You could practice years on this. Hsu Sifu said, You could practice your whole life
on this. Sifu Adam Hsu shows various ways to work a group of threewith just hands, moving from post to post, setting up the posts, spacing
them, their use for posture. Incredibly, it is a whole system onto itself.

True to his basic premise, Adam Hsu adds two very important features to this double series. First, he put the material in the right order, with the
usage of the movements coming first and the emphasis on the type of basics that really can make or break your skills. Second, he gives much more
backgroundnot just stories of magical prowess, rather the guiding principles that make Bagua what it is.

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Volume 2 1

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Baji Quan (Eight Ultimates Boxing)


BaJi Quan is said to date back hundreds of years and has traditionally only been used by the Emperor's imperial guards. This powerful
form of Kung Fu projects energy forward like a canon. This approach to BaJi comes directly from Li Shu Wen the most famous modern
master of the style. The same man whose students served as bodyguards to Mao Tse- Tung (Li Chen-Wu), Chiang Kai-Shek (Liu Yun
Chiao) and the last Emperor, Pu-Yee (Ho Tien-Kuo). Adam Hsu is in direct lineage through another famous BaJi teacher, Liu Yun Chiao.
See biographical information on the teachers.

BaJi is one of our favorite styles. And no wonder. Powerful, fluid and incredibly simple while being truly beautiful at the same time, Eight
Ultimates (BaJi) captures your attention from the first moment you see it .

Baji is known throughout China as an extremely effective form, it is often called "The Bodyguard Style". Ba Ji is based on driving force and exquisite body
mechanics gleaned from the actions of the Tiger and the Bear. See more about this style.

At the end of 2015, Sifu Adam Hsu came out with the first DVD collection in his Baji Thunder
series, Foundations (#24896, below.) His goal was to truly teach the great style, Bajiquan, not just as
he learned it from Wutan Grandmaster Liu Yun Chiao, but also by adding to the instruction from his
own contribution to teaching of over 50 years.

We are happy to announce the second Development (#24897) and third volume Advanced
(#24898) completing the series. All in all, this amounts to 14 DVDs (over 16 hours) and, in our
modest estimation, about 2-3 years of training.
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Hsu Sifu's method and information make this one of the most complete presentations we have ever seen on any style . Even more than
that, his approachfocusing on training and usagecontinues to remind us that form and routine develop from the qualities gained by
understanding a style's structure, not the other way around. Timing, shape, feedback and spiritthese are just a few of the primary
qualities we must practice to make the martial experience unique.

In our opinion, this series demonstrates not only how Bajiquan should be taught, but how all traditional Chinese martial arts should be
apprehended. We even believe that these DVDs will improve your martial arts whatever style you practice, because it reinforces the way to
study, not just the study itself. For the price of about five months of lessons here is at least three years work. This is one of the few
instances I can honestly say that if I were asked about studying from videos or studying with a good local practitioner/teacher, I would
probably advise buying the DVDs.

DVD 24896 Baji Thunder: Foundations: Xiao BaJi


Chinese language subtitled in English

This first set of 7 DVDs uses Xiao Baji as its central form. However Sifu Hsu, in over 8 hours of instruction,
gives much more than just form instruction. This is a thorough introduction to the entire style of Bajiquan,
divided up into three main topics: Basic Training (Top Secret,) Baji Jia (Indoor Skill,) and Application (Real
Usage.) Spread over these 7 disks is history, 'real' basics and their meaning, three levels of power, training
methods, Baji energies, form instruction and, of course, authentic usage derived from the principles, not the
form.

For a comprehensive index of these contents, CLICK HERE.

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DVD 24897 Baji Thunder: Development: Da Baji


Chinese language subtitled in English
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Continuing with his major presentation of Baji Quan, Sifu Adam Hsu presents a three DVD course all devoted
to Baji's most popular form: Da Baji or Big Baji.

The saying goes that the first form, Xiao Baji, is a "dead" or "structure" form and that Da Baji is a "live" form.
Rather than emphasizing posture and structure, Da Baji introduces the fundamental fighting actions of the
style, not to mention being a form beautiful for its simplicity. Not only does Adam Hsu give background,
principles, goals and methods but he takes you back to traditional culture of Kung Fu by concentrating his
excellent teaching method on the meaning and mastery of the movements, with the order and elaborations of the form as relatively
insignificant. Not a simple empty-handed form instruction, the series is aimed at setting you not he road to high level Baji while also
firming the foundation of your entire martial experience.

There is a fine point to be made here:: Hsu Sifu has done something almost unprecendented in this offering: he has chosen to NOT give
typical instruction for the actual Da Baji form. To emphasize: there is no step-by-step instructionplant your foot here, punch there, etc.
Instead, Hsu has used this most important form to teach how to do Baji. He teaches not only each move, but the variations, methods and
rationale for each move. Stringing them together into a form, given all this information, is the easy part.

Many practitioners, especially those with intermediate or advanced martial experience, will be able to use the many included form
demonstrations, along with the foundational instruction, to learn the set. Or, even easier, is to pick up Hsu Sifu's earlier DVD on Da Baji
(information and discount info below) where he does teach this form step by step.

It is almost impossible to emphasize the importance of the lesson here: forms are important, but principles of usage are fundamental.
Form derives from principle, usage is born from structure.

For a comprehensive index of the contents, CLICK HERE.

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DVD 24898 Baji Thunder: Advanced: Liu Da Kai and Ba Da Shi


Chinese language subtitled in English

Liu Da Kai (Six Big Openings) and Ba Shi (Eight Shapes) are two the treasures of Baji style. This Third Series, of
the comprehensive course taught by world-famous practitioner, Adam Hsu, concentrates on the core of Baji; the
hands-on training. In this series pole work and partner work are brought to a new high.

Two rare selectionsLiu Da Kai and Ba Da Shiare shown and explained. As though making his point about
forms and training for him, both belong to half-form and half-training category which Sifu Hsu has talked
about from the very first disk. It is here,through marching practice of some complex techniques, where you acquire
Bajis distinct flavor and power. Each powerful action explodes with a retort as loud as a cannonor a peal of thunder. This is the heart
and soul of the art and caps enough information for even an avid practitioner.

For a comprehensive index of the contents, CLICK HERE.

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DVD 24895 New!! Three Steps of Tan Tui


by Adam Hsu (Hsu Ji)
Chinese language subtitled in English
In this single disk presentation Adam Hsu deals with a question that troubles many martial students. Why cant
they fight their forms? What is the secret of unlocking the applications of a classical form?

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From the point of view of a life spent teaching Chinese martial arts, Sifu Hsu has observed that the ability to
adapt, to change up, to recombine is missing from most students' experiences.

This DVD featuring both demonstration and lecture starts with some small additions to the regular Tan Tui
form, such as special steps, which instantly add a dimension of reality. Angular movements are also introduced into this typically linear
form. Then, for a real challenge, the order of the roads is altered in a series of variations, exposing the core meaning of the form while
simultaneously transforming it into an entirely new and flexible series of movements.

Modern, over-simplified training gives the impression that such essential, creative approaches are forbidden. As Sifu Adam Hsu so clearly
exhibits, nothing could be further from the truth .

Read a review of this DVD

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DVD 24893 Five Elements Xing Yi


Chinese language subtitled in English

With his usual brilliant combination of scholarship and martial background, Adam Hsu shows the essence of
Xing Yi. With his usual thoroughness, Adam Hsu breaks down and presents XY
from the first step upward. He goes into great detail on points most often

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skipped. His comments on the San Ti standing alone are insightful and
eminently reasonable. He does not just show the elements, but he deconstructs
them for proper form, benefits to the health, usage and how they fit together.

Adam speaks English as well as Chinese, but he decided to do this series with English subtitles so you get
a feel of what his classroom/studio manner must be like when going at full tilt and it's a wonder. Probably
the best demonstration/explanation of Xing Yi in English and this is not even his strongest system. I had a brief dicussion with Adam on
the subject once. He was the only student of a fellow professor in TaiPei. He studied for a year on the Split movement alone in a big
auditorium where everyone else was jumping, spinning and enjoying open-handed forms and weapons of Kung Fu. When I asked him
how he felt about that much time spent in basics he said that by the end of the year, "I know what Xing Yi is." As you can see, he does.
THREE DVDs.

Read a review of this series.

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NEW! DVD 24894 Critical Debate of Traditional Kung Fu


Chinese language subtitled in English, 3 discs

From a lifetime of teaching and writing about Martial arts, internationally known Adam Hsu has compiled many
of his thoughts in this three+ hour discussion. Billed as a debate it would be more fitting to call this debate

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points like what you might rehearse with your own hometown debate team.

In his years of popular writing on the subject, he has introduced many of his concerns. Hsu has seen, within his
time, the bountiful and the lean years of Kung Fu. He knows, as does any Chinese martial arts practitioner, the
cultural war playing out in martial arts. His insights into its cause and cure are a succinct and focused game plan
for mastering CMA.

His approach deconstructs many of the principles and mechanics of Kung Fu. Hsu doesn't care if you like or dislike CMA (or Latino
culture, or Darwinism, or whatever) but he insists that you understand it before you condemn it. This can be tough for those martial
artists who are conditioned to think of their interpretationwhether its all kick-ass, health gymnastics, or any example you might choose
as being universal.

Chinese martial arts is broad and deep. It consists of so many styles and masters and a lot of forms, plenty of training methods. Truly it is
a remarkable achievement. But several times I was told: we all like Kung Fu but there are so many masters and methods; how do we choose
and start? Yes, there are many styles, but they are all Chinese Kung Fu. All of them come from the same origins When we are choosing a
style we are aware of our own figure, capability, interest and personality. Choose the one you prefer the most. You must work hard after
choosing the style. As you do, keep in mind that there is no better STYLE in Kung Fu, only better practitioners.

While Hsu discusses characteristic types of Kung Fu training, principles and pointers that could completely change the way you move, he
also launches a second attack. In this, he shows that CMA is a product of a culture, a culture unknown to many people. There is treasure
buried there but, rather than unearthing it, this highly refined body of human-centered information is being squeezed into twin boxes of
competition and entertainment.

He honestly admits that real Kung Fu training is difficult. This is a Kung Fu personifying the long history and accumulated military
genius of China. It has its portion of hard work, as all across the world people sweat through their borrowed martial workouts. But it
also has its mental challenges.

Even above this, Hsu emphasizes that Kung Fu training is difficult because it brings so much of the human being together. It poses
problems of thought and investigation that are exactly opposite the consciousness-denying frenzy of over-revved bodies and unoccupied
minds.

Adam Hsus analysis of correct training makes me think of what Yang Chen Fu used to tell his class; If I dont explain these things, you
would need three lifetimes to re-discover them. This is not about secrets. Rather, Hsu sees the problem as common knowledge being just
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plain wrong; a much more difficult thing to correct. Secrets? No. Shortcuts and re-assessments that can literally take years off your
practice? Yes.

Knowing, reading and talking to Adam Hsu is always an ear-opening experience, if you actually consider his words. His goal is to take the
heartbreak out of martial training by putting the individual in contact with that part of himself which feels the connection to folk
culture as well as personal power.

In his words: Martial arts is in decline today. No longer justified by fighting to be dead or alive on the battlefield. So this leaves some
fellows to become superstitious and mystical, such as believing the style, master and forms are all so superhuman that they can no longer
share research and study to make progress with one another. This means we can no longer be friends. The superstitious mind replaces
science. This will be part of the collapse of Kung Fu.

Below is a partial list of the subjects Adam Hsu discusses. His style is witty and friendly, but also the voice of scholar pointing out
misunderstandings and simple clusters of misinformation.

I have one single arm but with two fists.


For usage and training together.
Combine internal and external as one.
Yin is body, like the posture. Yang is soul, like the movement.
Sword practicing or sword dancing?
Multi and single focus.
Practicing is like reincarnation.
Learn to be a new human being.
Body and mind together.

Note: There are frequent instances of misspellings and botched grammar in these tapes. We wish we had seen the English script before they
were released. But everything still makes sense, even the nuances of Adam Hsus wit and intelligence show through. The only instance I
can think of where the meaning was actually bent, is in the health section where Adam Hsu talks about "Eternity" training which Daoists
generally referring to as "Immortality."

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DVD 24891 San Cai Sword


Chinese language subtitled in English
Without question, one of the best straight sword sets in a whole group of
centuries. Said to have originated in the Xing Yi style (no one knows for
sure), San Cai offers the almost impossible to find correlation between a
beautiful individual set and a partner form that actually uses the sword as
it should be used. Four DVDs completely instruct you on each side of the
form which is melded in individual performance, the two-person duet
version of the form, and the most valuable and rarest part of all, the basics
of sword technique, including the execution of the Ten Sword Strokes
which make up the core of all sword forms and techniques. Much thoughtful information as well as a great form that doubles for single or
duet practice. Four DVDs.

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DVD 24892 Tan Tui


Chinese language subtitled in English

Here is one of the best versions of Tan Tui we have seen. With his typical thought-provoking and creative
approach, Sifu Hsu teaches the Ten Roads, not in their numeric order, but in their order of difficulty,
simultaneously giving you a great way to practice along with an immediate understanding of one of Tan Tuis
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strongest attributes: its modular approach to practice. Hsu shows variations of the set for higher training and
makes a convincing argument along with some excellent chalk talks about the form and why it is so esteemed in
the martial world. Four DVDs.

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In the case of Tai Chi, Du Yi-Tze a student of Chen FaKe's father, as well as Chen Fa Ke himself, and acknowledged as
one of the best Chen stylists in Taiwan taught Adam Hsu. The style is direct, compact and powerful. It bears the closest
resemblance to the newly recaptured Chen Tai Chi 108 Long Fist. Its powerful and martial attitude is undiluted: showing no
postural weaknesses. Definitely a martial version.

#21001 Linking Form #21002 Chen Old Form #21003 Cannon Fist

This is the "power set" of Chen


T'ai Chi. Explosive movement,
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This is one of the best introductions This is the original form learned by stomping, fast and slow. While
to Chen Style T'ai Chi. This Yang Lu Chan from which Yang and many perform the early sets this
"linking form" is the equivalent of all other styles are derived! One of the form is considerably more rare. It
the Short Form in Yang style. core forms of the entire Chen family takes the reeling silk of previous
Though simpler than Lao Jia the T'ai Chi. Unlike many versions this forms to a higher level with power
first major T'ai Chi Chen form, it one emphasizes recognizeable and issuing. And, most importantly,
doesn't not skimp on the basic applicable self-defense applications correct power issuing.
concepts and movements for a full and very subtle use of Chan Ssu Chin
understanding of this "parent" of (Reeling Silk energy). Additional topics covered:
T'ai Chi. History and Lineage of Chen T'ai
Additional topics covered: Chi
Additional topics covered in Hsu's History and Lineage of Chen T'ai Chi Basic Principles - (the kind of
typically thorough and interesting Basic Principles - (the kind of information neglected on so many
manner are: information neglected on so many tapes)
History and Lineage of Chen T'ai tapes) Basic Training- T'ai Chi's famous
Chi Basic Training- Reeling Silk exercises "8 Energies"
Basic Principles - (the kind of The form itself Lao Jia The form itself Pao Chui
information neglected on so many Ch'i Kung specific to Chen T'ai Chi Ch'i Kung specific to Chen T'ai
tapes) explaining "Ch'i Shifting" Chi explaining "Ch'i Migrating"
Basic Training- traditional eight Posture Training- Expansion of Posture Training- Expansion of
stances Intent Intent with movement
The form itself Linking Fist Push Hands Practice-Foot Guiding Push Hands Practice-Torso
Ch'i Kung specific to Chen T'ai Chi- T'ai Chi Usage- How it works joining
Ch'i gathering specifically for Chen style T'ai Chi Usage- How it works
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Two more fascinating and rare additions. Adam Hsu championed the revival of the "newest" form of Chen style developed in the late 1800's by the masters of Wang Ge
Dang. This became the "Thunder Style" a special version of the Chen Tai Chi with multiple and complex issuing of energy. The other DVD is a major demonstration by Adam
Hsu not only to show the real usage of Kung Fu (very much unlike it is often taught) but also what should be the "flavor" of famous different styles such as Lost Track, Xing
Yi, Baji and Praying Mantis.

#21006 Rebirth of Thunder Style Taiji #21009 Authentic Kung Fu


The last great style Usage
developed by the Chen
Having spent
family was Thunder style. decades studying
Adam Hsu had the luck to Kung Fu
learn this rare and unseen applications we
can assure you
version in Taiwan. On
that Hsus is of
returning to mainland the highest
China he was told by all order. What isnt said in the tape is that his usage
that it had disappeared and even the village of its origin gives the particular flavor of each style
demonstrating such diverse methods as Long fist,
no longer existed. But through persistence Adam Hsu
Lost Track, 7 Star Mantis, the rare 6 Harmony
found Thunder style, the village and the masters still Mantis, Ba Ji, Pi Qua and Xing Yi. A well-done
practicing it. And now T'ai Chi enthusiasts throughout explication of the relation of forms to functions.
the world are investigating this unique final achievement
of the creators of Chen T'ai Chi.

What makes Thunder style unique and applicable to Quantity 1 $35.00

ANY form of Kung Fu is its unique 10 level training


system which divides the task of learning into ten discreet
steps - a rare development for classical Chinese martial
arts. The tape outlines these ten levels. It also contains:

Power issuing, a Thunder style specialty


Hu Lei Jia (Thunder Style) Linking Form
Pure Thunder Style usage
Discovery and lineage of this rare form
Documentary footage of Wang Ge Dang, the village
that created and preserved this style

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Ba Ji is considered one of the "powerhouse" styles of Kung Fu. Known throughout China as an extremely effective form, it is often called "The Bodyguard Style".
Ba Ji is based on driving force and exquisite body mechanics gleaned from the actions of the Tiger and the Bear. Adam Hsu, a top student of world-famous Liu Yun
Chiao, explains not only Ba Ji structure but Ch'i Kung and usage in this excellent tape.
See more about this style.

#21004 BaJi Quan #1 Baji Jia #21005 Baji Quan #2 Baji Fist
Basic Basic Training
Training Tiger Arm
Bear Step Grand 8
Grand 8 Movements of
Movements of Ba Ji Fist
Ba Ji Jia 8 Poundings
8 Stampings Form -Ba Ji
Form - Ba Ji Jia (Structure Form) Fist (Representative Form of Ba Ji Style)
Internal Training Internal Training - Ch'i Awakening & Ch'i
Ch'i compiling Expanding
Post Training Post Training
Single Post Cross Post
Power Issuing Power Issuing -
Sinking, expanding, twisting power Advanced Sinking, Expanding & Twisting Power
Authentic Usage from Ba Ji Chuan
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Pi Gua, though not well known outside China, is a wonderful, expressive and beautiful style of Kung Fu. Based on the actions of the Snake and
the Eagle, it is famous for its "empty sleeve" looseness where stirring, flapping, and whirling movements combine in a flurry of powerful but soft
actions. At one point in history it was realized to be the perfect compliment to another great style: Ba Ji and the two are often taught together.

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Tell me more about PiGua.

#21007 Pigua #1 Pigua Jia #21008 Pigua #2 Pigua Boxing


Pi Gua's essential Pi Gua's essential structure is
structure is demonstrated in these tapes
demonstrated in these by Master Adam Hsu, a
tapes by Master Adam world-renown practitioner.
Hsu, a world-renown
Pi Gua, though not well known
practitioner. outside China, is a wonderful,
expressive and beautiful style of
Kung Fu. Based on the actions of
the Snake and the Eagle, it is famous for its "empty sleeve" looseness
Basic Training-Stationary, Moving & Turning
where stirring, flapping, and whirling movements combine in a flurry
Form of powerful but soft actions. At one point in history it was realized to
PiGua Jia (Structure Form) be the perfect complement to another great style: Ba Ji and the two
Internal Training - (Stimulating Ch'i) are often taught together.
Bag Training-Different distances on Hanging
Basic Training - Grand 8 Palms and Advanced
Bag Stationary, Moving and Turning
Strike Conditioning-Whole arm Pai Form - PiGua Palms (representative form)
DaAuthentic PiGua Usage Internal Training - 8 Posture Method
Bag Training - Whole Arm, Torso & Foot
Motivation on Horizontal Bag
Strike Conditioning - Body Pai Da
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Penetrating Forest (Chuan Lin) Bagua Zhang Penetrating Forest Ba Gua is distinctive and highly refined.

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Ba Gua, the internal martial art that walks in a circle, is demonstrated here for all enthusiasts. Unlike some
styles the power displayed in this series is pure Ba Gua, not mixed with other "flavors" of martial arts. In this
tape we have the 8 Changing Palms, the very thing people think of we they consider BaGua. These are
eight "subsets" performed while walking the circle and changing. To many this is the very core of BaGua
practice. And demonstrated by a top notch practitioner. Also the extremely interesting Ba Gua Post training,
certainly a system as profound as the Wing Chun dummy form.
More about Chuan Lin style BaGua.

#21011 Bagua #1 #21012 Bagua #2 #21013 Bagua #3

Internal Palms 8 Changing Palms Linking Palms

Adam Hsu, besides coming In this DVD Adam Hsu Adam Hsu discusses these
forth for the first time in instructs you in the topics:
English with this form, also following:
handles the following topics:

History of Ba Gua-
Ba Gua Zhang's lineage History and Lineage of Ba Gua-
Ba Gua Zhang's development History and Lineage of Ba Gua-
Basic Principles -
Basic Principles Adam Hsu's own lineage
Ba Gua philosophy and function
Ba Gua philosophy and practice Basic Principles
Step Training- Stationary, square
Step Training- Inward and Ba Gua philosophy and usage
and circle walking
Outward basic steps Step Training- Root shaking leg
The form itself Penetrating Forest
The form itself Penetrating Forest usage
Internal Palms Form
Eight Changing Palms The form itself Penetrating Forest
Ch'i Kung specific to Ba Gua on
Ch'i Kung specific to Ba Gua on Linking Palms Form
"Ch'i Gathering"
"Ch'i Exchanging" Ch'i Kung specific to Ba Gua on
Palm Training- Founding
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Palm Training- Door Opening "Ch'i controlling"


elemental Palm practice
palm techniques Palm Training- 8 special Targeting
Ba Gua Post Training- Single Post
Ba Gua Post Training- Multiple Palms
wrapping
Post switching Ba Gua Post Training- Exchanging
Authentic Ba Gua usage
Authentic Ba Gua usage. Space.
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ENGLISH Language Books by Adam Hsu

Lone Sword Against the Cold Cold Sky


319 Pages, softbound, photographs and illutrations,

Without a doubt one of the finest series of writing ever to appear in English on the art and practice of Kung Fu.
These essays and articles will become a permanent part of your reading and thinking about this complex, beautiful
and highly effective art. Adam Hsu expresses opinions and displays research that challenges and re-thinks the
common cliches. At the same time he offers real solutions for the "Kung Fu mess", and methods for people even
without proper instruction to improve and deepen their arts. These writings span almost two decades and are the
cream of the work that helped to make Adam Hsu an internationally recognized and respected teacher.
Get a glimpse of the Table of Contents .

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KS043 The Sword Polisher's Record


by Adam Hsu

Highly recommended.Originally a monthly column that appeared for fifteen years in several Kung-Fu magazines, the Record is now
collected, updated and expanded. It is loaded with important concepts, tips on training and philosophical insights into the practice of true
Kung Fu. A major book by one of Kung Fu's most significant thinkers. This is a book that discusses what so few people in the martial arts
talk of: the meaning and soul of the art. Enjoy!

A scholar and a great teacher, Adam Hsu, is outspoken and thoughtful. Of late he has almost
become controversial but that could not be avoided. Mr. Hsu has a impeccable background. College professor in
Taiwan in Chinese Classical literature he is a third generation Kung Fu practitioners. In addition his status as one
of the primary disciples of Liu Yun-Chiao and the editor of Wu Tang magazine lend his voice authority. His
opinions are strong, but informed. We have heard many criticize but never substantially disprove any of his views.
You, too, may disagree but Adam Hsu's straightforward honesty contributes just as much as it debunks.
Definitely a book that will make you think.

Topics include:

Myth and Reality of Kung Fu styles


Role of form in Kung Fu
Internal Training, is it necessary?
Kung Fu Mind, Multi-dimensional Mind
Counterfeit Kung Fu
Adapting Western Methods to Kung Fu Take me to a review of this book

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Stars Reflecting from My Sword: A133


My Private Notes on Kung Fu
by Adam Hsu

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deserved not only for the highly sophisticated approach he takes to martial training but also for his honesty and
insightful prose style. Many of his articles are classics in the field. In this case he opens sections of his "private
notebook" and shows you his hopes and heartbreaksand particularly his concern about the future of Chinese
martial arts.

See the Table of Contents...

Our blog review plus excerpts in English...

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Essays on Chinese Martial Arts Vol. #2 -TC 105


by Adam Hsu (Hsu Ji)
$18.95 Traditional Chinese Characters;
413 pages, Softbound.

Essays by one of the most educated and clearest thinking commentators on the Chinese martial arts scene. These cover a variety
of subjects but always spiced with Adam Hsu's humor, intelligence and humanity. Agree with some of the ideas or not, it is nice
to listen to a thoughtful voice voicing its thoughts.

Some articles: Six Harmony Mantis Ba Ji Style The Art of Partner Practice Forms in General

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Essays by one of the most educated and clearest thinking commentators on the Chinese martial arts scene. These cover a variety of
subjects but always spiced with Adam Hsu's humor, intelligence and humanity. Agree with some of the ideas or not, it is nice to
listen to a thoughtful voice voicing its thoughts.

Some pieces: Again Speaking of Tan Tui The Miao Dao


The Art of BaGua Seven Star Mantis' Beng Bu form Tai Chi's origins

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Chien Li Bu Liu Xing
by Adam Hsu (Hsu Ji)
$18.95 Traditional Chinese Characters;
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This is the book that made Adam Hsu famous throughout the WuShu world and
particularly on the mainland. We will never forget being confronted in Wen County by one of the Chen
family. "You're a student of Adam Hsu," she stated. "Uh, yes." "I've read everything he's written," she
paused, "And it's all true." This book pops balloons that should be popped and shows the heartbreaking
difficulty and preciousness of finding real WuShu.

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Comprehensive Index of Adam Hsu's Baji Thunder DVDs

Baji Thunder: Foundations #24896


7 DVDs, contained in three boxes

BOX ONE: 3 DVDs: Basic Training: Top Secret


Foundations Volume #11.21.52
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The first video is a general introduction but with a lot of information. History starts, a discussion on that rather odd
name, former masters of this great art, branches and stories. Next real basics and what they mean. There are Baji
standing exercises. Eight Word formula showing the principles and correspondences in Baji training.

Foundations Volume #21.10.50


The three Levels of power explains some key ideas about developing the specific explosiveness of this powerhouse style. The second
introduces two primary training methods: Bear Steps and Tiger Back. This is the twin root of the style and a good example of the mental
training as well as physical that any true Kung Fu style requires. To explain in depth, Adam Hsu shows the use of the spine in Baji and
even the idea of two spines.

Foundations Volume #31.18.39


In the third volume Adam Hsu dedicates the entire DVD to Baji energies. He introduces and explains the famous Baji stamping, and
discusses how some students stamp more for effect than function. He shows the rationale of what should really be happening in BJQ
stamping with all the basic steps needed for this crucial skill. Then he outlines Bajis rarely seen Lean on the Metal Mountain practice.
This method expands your short-range body power. Everything is shown in a very logical andmost importantlysafe progression.

Next comes post training. Where Wing Chun has one post, Baji has three. Adam Hsu shows a great method for using the posts not only as
striking dummies but for angular variation, body conditioning and specific methods of entering the opponent. He gives good instructions
for distancing the posts and also shows the same method you would use if working only on a single post and discusses the 8 fundamental
forms of Baji striking. The method he unfolds starts with set patterns and rapidly evolves to a free-form exercise where angles, strikes,
blocks and deep leg maneuvers are combined. He even shows some post training human-to-human.

BOX TWO: 3 DVDs: Baji Jia: Indoor Skill

Foundations Volume #21.13.06


Finally, in the proper order of learning, comes one of the most significant of Bajis key forms: BaJi Jia also known as Xiao Baji. The lesser
known name, Baji Jia, means structure and gives you breakdown of the form with far more than just the foot patterns and hand
positions. Every position is explained. There are no exactly duplicated movements so the form is all meat.

Foundations Volume #21.02.15


With great details and insights, Adam Hsu continues to breakdown this pivotal form. In this heritage, from Li Shu Wen, each pose can be
a wellspring of energy as well as strong mental training. Not a technique where the artistry has exiled the functionality,

Foundations Volume #31.01.49


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Baji somehow manages to perform so truthfully that it is also beautiful. This structure form is also good, in fact strenuous training. The
attention to postural accuracy immediately gives you the feel of practicing real BaJi. Adam Hsus breakdowns are precise and thorough,
much more so than many teaching tapes. And, believe me, Baji is one style where you want to be as accurate as possible.

BOX THREE 1 DVD: Application: Real Usage 1.14.20

Foundations Volume #31.01.49


In his own inimical way, Adam Hsu shows the applications of the Baji Jia while simultaneously weaving everything about usage into an
analysis of how to get the most out of all levels of Baji training. Very frank about this misunderstood subject, Adam Hsu shows precise and
important details to each move in the form while simultaneously showing you how to look at traditional training, very different from most
instructors. At the end he gives extra notes on how the forms can be expanded and explored.

Baji Thunder: Development #24897


3 DVDs, contained in one box
Development

Development Volume #1100.03 minutes


Background on Da Bajis skills & forms practice. Sifu Hsu explains the proper focus for training
Explanation of Movements, the 24 "official" moves Da Baji is seen as a "representative" form, this version is more organic
Elbow Strike: the famous form opening, hand washes head, some insights into GM Liu's teaching
Flat Strike: horizontal power, no retreat, angle changes. Each move is flexible yet true to its form.
Punch Downward: adapting the body and strike. Examples of distance changes and more.
Side Kick Back Fist Strike: strong lateral entering, leg projection. Power issuing in sequence.
Opening: Famous spread palms, management of the limbs. Rotational power at the heart of a movement.
Belly Punching: Timing attack with constant pressure. Every step should "advance" your argument.
Push Window Levels training, change angles, pressure to enter unchanged.
Lift Window: Upward controlling of the elbows, breaking in through the enemy's defense.

Development Volume #246:20


Spreading Palms Empty Stance: Training the spirit. Not every move needs a fight explanation.
Turn to Palm Strike: Following Rotation to Strike
Palm Striking Forward: opening the enemys door to rush in, following the opponent but leading.
Takedown: the power of an integrated body. Range of motion and how it helps.
Back Rolling and Body Strike Silk Rolling energy, rotate, compress, release, the inter action of forces
Kneel Down: The art of tailored punches, directing power
Step Backward Strike: Balancing retreat and advance and some important practice ideas
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Conclusion

Development Volume #3117:08


Practice: Sections of the form presented, setting goals
Best practice methods
Elbow Strike: Opening his Gate, Entering. The art of entering, upsetting, generating
Flat Strike: Special strategies. Moving through adaptations
Rotate and Strike: Positional practice. Every form should have flexibility of angular change.
Opening Intercepting and reading information. A crucial training for all Kung Fu. Arrive first.
Punch Belly: Double hand control and covering the opponent. The sensing of possibilities.
Jack Up Window: Tiger pounces, forward attack, redirecting and controlling
Rotate Palm: Directional change to strike for maximum effect.
Forward Palm Strike: Advancing palms and practice tips. What we can get from a form, how ot own it.
Take Down Not only the scissor mechanics but the methods of entering and capturing the opponent's balance point.
Kneel Down: Demonstrating some leg Chin Na and deep stepping.
Conclusion: Thoughts on forms and movements

Baji Thunder: Liu Da Kai & Ba Shi #24898


4 DVDs, contained in one box
Six Big Openings and Eight Postures

Advanced: Volume #1
History
Key Points
Movements: Each action is a separate practice, many layered that can be done as part of a marching practice.
Black Bear Turns its Back
White Horse Dashes to Cattle
Fierce Tiger Climbs Mountain

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Golden Leopard Shows Claws


Green Dragon Rotates Body
Rhinoceros Pokes Horn
Lean
Post Training

Advanced: Volume #2
Usage: This series takes the same 14 actions and shows them at different levels of complexity.
Free Arrangement
Application
Movement
Black Bear Turns its Back
White Horse Dashes to Cattle
Fierce Tiger Climbs Mountain
Golden Leopard Shows Claws
Green Dragon Rotates Body
Rhinoceros Pokes Horn
Blessing

Advanced: Volume #3
Training: One level of practice is with equipment and partners. Sifu Hsu gives and explains numerous strikes against poles and with
partners. This practice delivers more body contact than the partner performance set.
Background
Legacy
Difference
Importance
Sequence
Movement Explanation
Black Tiger Steals Heart
Er Lang Chops Hill
Luo Han Fights Dragon
Strong Man Beats Tiger
White Snake Spits Tongue
Golden Rooster Shakes Wings
Na Zha Drills Sea
Carry Tiger Back to Mountain

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Advanced: Volume #4
Steps
Explanation
Black Tiger Steals Heart
Er Lang Chops Hill
Luo Han Fights Dragon
Strong Man Beats Tiger
White Snake Spits Tongue
Golden Rooster Shakes Wings
Na Zha Drills Sea
Carry Tiger Back to Mountain
Blessing

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