Liu Long Chinese Boxing & Eskrima is influenced by the arts listed below.
Wing Chun Kung Fu
Wing Chun is a 400 year old concept-based martial art from Southern China. It’s a form of self-defense utilizing both striking and “sticking” or controlling while specializing in close-range combat.
Jeet Kune Do
In 1967 Bruce Lee developed an expression of martial arts that was personal to him called Jeet Kune Do. JKD is comprised mainly of Wing Chun, Western Boxing, grappling and principles’ of Fencing. The concept of intercepting is key to JKD, whether it be the interception of your opponent’s incoming attack or his intent. The basic guiding principles are: Simplicity, Directness and Freedom.
Wei Kuen Do
Developed by GM Leo T. Fong, based on his years spent training with Bruce Lee and his overall illustrious career in martial arts. GM Fong trained in Modern Arnis under Remy Presas and Serrada Eskrima under Angel Cabales. He was a semi-pro boxer, studied Karate, Sil Lum Kung Fu, Choy Lay Fut Kung Fu, Karate, Tae Kwon Do, Judo, Jiu Jitsu and much more. His art reflects his long history studying martial arts. It’s main focus is on boxing, trapping and free-fighting. It’s often referred to as “Trap Boxing”.
Arnis is the national martial art sport of Philippines. It is also known as Eskrima and Kali. The art emphasizes weapon based fighting using knives, bladed weapons, sticks and various improvised weapons. It also includes hand to hand combat, grappling and weapon disarming techniques.
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