Shaolin Kung Fu is rich in content and has a lot of routines. According to Shaolin Temple Boxing records, there are 708 sets of Shaolin martial arts routines, including 552 sets of boxing techniques and equipment routines, and 156 sets of tactical routines such as 72 techniques, capture,...
Shaolin Kung Fu is rich in content and has a lot of routines. According to Shaolin Temple Boxing records, there are 708 sets of Shaolin martial arts routines, including 552 sets of boxing techniques and equipment routines, and 156 sets of tactical routines such as 72 techniques, capture, fighting, unloading, acupuncture, and qigong.
Among them, Shaolin Kung-fu mainly includes Shaolin Jingang Boxing, Shaolin Wuhe Quan, Shaolin Kanjia Boxing, Minzui, Dahong Boxing, Xiao Hong Quan, etc., and regional divisions include Shaoshan Shaolin Boxing, Nan Shaolin Boxing, and North. Shaolin boxing and other methods.
Shaolin equipment mainly includes Shaolin knives, guns, swords, sticks, nine-section whip, hidden weapon, and rare weapons (tiger head hooks, hand shovels, Dharma sticks, horns, etc.).
The Shaolin stunts mainly include Sanda and Fighting, Shaolin Qigong, Shaolin Snoring Tips, Shaolin Acupuncture, Shaolin Capture, Shaolin 72 Arts, Shaolin Longevity Law, and Shaolin Temple Trauma.
The above is merely the statistics on the martial arts scale of the Shaolin Temple in Shaoshan. If the Shaolin martial arts and the Shaolin martial arts and folk circulation are included, the technical system of Shaolin martial arts may be even more abundant.
The Shaolin Kung Fu system is best known for stick techniques. In the Ming Dynasty, Shaolin sticks were well known in the world, and Qi Jiguang, Zheng Ruozeng, Cheng Zongxi, Mao Yuanyi, and Wu Yi gave high ratings to everyone. If Qi Jiguang discussed the genre of martial arts, he said: "The Shaolin Temple stick and the Qing Tian stick method and concurrently, Yang's gun method and the Bazi boxing stick, are all famous today; Zheng Ruo had recorded the Ming Dynasty" thirty with a ""The stick home", the first mention of "the Shaolin stick law"; Cheng Zongtang believes that Shaolin stick law is "the supreme bodhi"; Mao Yuanyi said in his military book "Wu Bei Zhi," "all Zhu Zong Yu sticks, sticks in the "Shaolin"; Wu Miao at the turn of the Ming and Qing Dynasties even called the Shaolin stick method as "the stick family".