wooow no to rzeczywiście oczytany jesteś
szkoda, że nie wiesz że "styl pijanego" istnieje tylko na filmach. W wielu stylach są "pijane formy" ale stylu nie ma. Masz tu troche poczytaj sobie skoro tak lubisz:
In Zui Quan or the drunkard boxing, boxers falter, waddle, fall and sway just like drunkards. Zui Quan can be used for both fighting and maintaining health. However, the drunkard boxers go out of their way to stress the combative side of their style. They blend a series of movements, actions and skills of the martial arts and try to confuse their opponents with special skills which often lead them to surprise triumphs.
Execution of the drunkard boxing demands extreme flexibility of the joints as well as suppleness, dexterity, power and coordination all of which can be developed in the course of practice.
The main feature of the drunkard boxing is to hide combative hits in drunkard-like, unsteady movements and actions so s to confuse the opponent. The secret of this style of boxing is maintaining a clear mind while giving a drunken appearance.
Drunkard boxers are required to be responsive with good eyesight and fist plays. They move in unconnected steps but with a flexible body combining hardness and suppleness. They have to be fast to get the better of their opponents but their main tactic is to feign defense while trying to attack and aiming in one direction but attacking in another. Various degrees of drunkenness are demonstrated by different ranges of movements and expressions in the eye.
Drunken Boxing' is an enigma in Chinese Martial Arts. There is no stand alone "Style" of Drunken Boxing; this is only in the movies. Only a few systems have a true 'Drunken Boxing' set and that set is usually the System's most guarded secret. Choy Li Fut is one such system.
The principle concept behind Drunken Kung Fu, is to move as if one were half drunk. Execution of 'Drunken Boxing' demands extreme flexibility of the joints as well as suppleness, dexterity, power and coordination all of which can be developed in the course of practice.
The secret behind Drunken style kung fu
is the sudden release of power from awkward positions. The agile footwork enables the exponent to totter, sway and fall without harm, confusing his opponent, rising up on the tips of his toes then dropping to low, crouched positions. The hand-form which is readily identified with the Drunken style is the Cup-Holding hand-form although in the Choy Li Fut Drunken Set this is replaced with a more practical and lethal "Phoenix Eye Fist" (Fong-Ngan Chui).
'Drunken Boxing' techniques are based on the legend of the 'Eight Immortals' of the Taoist Sect from Chinese Mythology. Each of the techniques in the Drunken Set demonstrates an attribute of one of the Immortals. According to legend, they were invited to an undersea kingdom to a banquet, but all of them became intoxicated and rowdy. All the kingdom's guards attacked, and although the group seemed too inebriated to defend themselves, they created an impromptu style and defeated the guards with their new "Drunken" technique. They are respectfully: Liu Dong Bin, Lam Choy Wah, Ho Sen Ku, Cho Quat Kau, Cheung Guo Lo, Han Sing Tu, Han Chung Li and Tit Gwai Li.
a ja mówiłem o stylu pijanego mistrza- uprawia go połowa miasta