Six Monkey Pure Combatives: Learn Kung Fu Online
Monkey Kung Fu: Pure Combatives Course
Pure Combatives is an online martial arts training course that focuses on teaching real-life and practical applications. You’ll learn all five day monkeys of Tai Shing Kung Fu, and develop your speed, power, and fluidity. The course also includes conditioning techniques that will help you become the ultimate weapon. No forms only real practical Monkey Kung Fu applications. Dozens of detailed and in-depth video lessons are included, taught by a real monkey kung fu master. Must be 18 years or older to join.
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What You'll Learn
- Basic Monkey Hands
- 40 Kicks
- Snatching Hands Drill
- Dispersing Hands Drill
- Trapping Hands Drill
- Ghost Hands Drill
- Poison Hands Drill
- 18 Blocks & Strikes
- Basic & Intermediate Gor Sao
- San Sao Drill
- Fluidity & Line Drills For All 5 Monkeys
- Sweeps & Throws
- Takedowns & Defenses
- Monkey Hands For All 5 Monkeys
- Root Snatching
- Bridge Destroying
- And More!
Monkey Kung Pure Comabtives
Our Monkey Kung Fu Pure Combatives course is unlike any other. This course focuses solely on all the application and combative techniques from the 5 day monkeys of Tai Shing Kung Fu. This means no forms, no useless techniques, no standing still imagining, just pure combatives. Since Tai Shing was created in 1911 by Sijo (Grandmaster/Founder) Kou Sze. Tai Shing was always meant to be trained combatively and use only applications that work. That is what we have kept too. However, this course is not just one of the 5 sub styles of Tai Shing. It is all 5!
Learn many different techniques but most importantly learn the mindsets and strategies for each of the 5 day monkeys. Kung Fu is much more than applications. Its about strategy, mindset, intention and of course proper mechanics. Don’t miss the opportunity to learn all of the above!
About Six Monkey Martial Arts: Online Kung Fu Lessons
Our focus has always been to teach students from all over the world traditional Monkey Kung Fu. So we worked with Sifu Barber to develop a series of online Kung Fu lessons teaching the diverse art of Tai Shing Kung Fu.
Sifu Barber has over 12 years of Tai Shing experience and over 20 years of martial arts training. He was the sole disciple of Sigung (teachers teacher) Ah Sang who taught Sifu Barber all 5 day monkeys and the closed door (forbidden/secret) night monkey. Today Sifu Barber guides 100+ students in the art of Tai Shing.
We only allow adults to join our courses as these techniques can be dangerous to use and we want our students to be old enough and responsible enough to train safely & wisely. If you need help deciding on a course or have questions please click the link below to contact us.
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Frequently Asked Questions
- Determining the Most Popular Martial Arts.
- 1) Mixed Martial Arts: the Most Popular Martial Art in the World.
- 2) Karate Still Benefits from it’s Early Adoption in Hollywood.
- 3) Taekwondo: A New Olympic Martial Art.
- 4) Judo: the First Olympic Martial Art.
- 5) Kung Fu.
Martial Arts is much more than physical combat. Its Chinese character ‘mu’ embodies a strong message of peace, emphasizing that conflicts should be resolved in a creative and skillful way – not through violence or confrontation.
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Martial arts, a centuries-old discipline of physical and mental strength which originates mainly from East Asia. From kung fu to judo, karate and kendō – there is an array of sports or skills all aiming for the same purpose: perfecting one’s body as well as mind through armed or unarmed combat.
The ancient art of kung-fu is believed to stem from a deep understanding and connection with the elements. It utilizes five forces—earth, water, metal, wood & fire—which are represented by snake style movements for earth; crane form maneuvers for water; dragon postures indicating metal; leopard strikes symbolizing wood and tiger stances embodying fire.
For fighters at the top of their game, Mixed Martial Arts is like an ultra-tough combination of combat styles: boxing and kickboxing for power; Muay Thai for technique; wrestling and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu to take it up close. It’s no wonder MMA enthusiasts regard this as one of martial arts’ toughest challenges.
Kung Fu is a defensive art form, perfect for close-quarters combat. Karate on the other hand uses powerful strikes to take down opponents quickly and efficiently. In essence, Kung Fu helps you restrain your opponent while Karate gives you an offensive edge in any altercation.
Kalaripayattu is renowned as the oldest martial art in India, having originated in Kerala over 1600 years ago. This ancient practice utilizes Kalari – a Malayalam name meaning “School/gymnasium/training hall” where people can learn and master this timeless form of self-defense.
Kung fu, an ancient martial art developed in East Asia centuries ago, is more than just punches and kicks – it’s a holistic way of life. It combines stances, blocks, hand strikes and kicks alongside meditation techniques and breathwork to help practitioners improve their physical health as well as mental wellbeing.
For centuries, the mysterious Bodhidharma has captivated cultures with his story. A legendary Buddhist priest who journeyed to China’s emperor Wu of Liang in 527 CE, he is widely believed by many to be the founder of Kung Fu!