Northern Shaolin Taizu Longfist Form Two
The ten-thousand laws can be reduced to one. All schools can be traced back to Shaolin. The styles of Shaolin have long held a place of leadership among Chinese martial styles. Among various northern Chinese martial art forms, there is a renowned category known as Northern Longfist. However, whether it is Plum Flower Longfist, Islamic Longfist or Taizu Longfist, though they are each their own independent styles, when you closely analyze their various principles and techniques they still do not stray from their Shaolin roots. Thus, in the Chinese martial arts world, they are all known as part of the Shaolin martial system.
Taizu Longfist has always been honored as “the mother of Northern Longfist”. Its force is quick and agile and its energy is fierce and swift. It is a style based on ancient methods. The training of Taizu Longfist is designed to allow you to make gradual progress in a specific order. Each form focuses on different aspects, creating a special curriculum that includes physical conditioning and a wide range of combat techniques. It is an ancient style with a complete and clearly structured method of training.
The second form of Taizu Longfist is called “Xing”, meaning“the one who is able can apply.” This form is key in the training process of Taizu Longfist. The entire form includes a strong contrast between opening and closing, and also includes training of combination kicking techniques. Besides an increase in the difficulty of practice, it further completes the attacking arsenal of Taizu Longfist.