Chu Gar 12 Basic Hand Skills

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Published on Jun 20, 2018

12 Chu Gar Basics – Training Notes

In this Course, I will teach you Ji Ben Gong, the fundamentals, the basics, upon which Chu Gar Hakka Mantis is built. The training is progressive from basic to advanced.

When you reach advanced, you realize the art is built, upon the basic. To gain that skill, you must concentrate on the Ji Ben Gong fundamentals of Lao Sui’s, second Generation, 12 Basic Hand Skills, of Chu Gar Mantis.

They must first be trained alone, by yourself, as shadowboxing, to mold the Mantis frame and ingrain the skills, into muscle memory. These fundamental skills lay the cornerstone for Chu Gar forms and two man training.

Your ultimate ability will depend, upon the depth, of your understanding. Do not limit yourself. Train the Three Branches, of Hakka Mantis. Understand the 1st and 2nd Generation differences. Gain an ability, with the Hard and Soft Powers, of the Fundamental Skills. Instill the Mantis posture and powers, within the Mantis shapes, with all the Shadowboxing sets. Refine your Hakka Mantis, with the Advanced Two Man Training Forms. Form is not function.

After you have the Mantis framework and understanding of the basics, you must drill them until they become instinctive, without thought, in self-defense. A journey of 1,000 miles, in Chu Gar, begins with the 12 Basic Hand Skills in 12 Daily Lessons.

Additionally, on Day twelve, there are 4 Training Routines.

Get started now. To gain a full understanding you should start from the beginning and follow the ONLINE COURSES step by step just as you would in a regular Hakka Mantis School. Skipping any part or any Course will result in a lesser understanding and ability.

There are some 36 Single Man Forms of Hakka Mantis to be offered by HAKKA MANTIS COURSES ONLINE. Take them all as they become available!


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