Analysis of Shaolin
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Dr.Yang Jwing-Ming – Analysis of Shaolin Chin Na
Learn fast and powerful joint locks to control any opponent.
Chin Na means Seize and Control. This ancient Shaolin art is the study of controlling an opponent through joint locks and acupuncture cavities. Chin Na is part of almost all Chinese martial styles, and it can be a valuable addition to any other martial system.
This video is the first in Dr. Yang, Jwing-Ming’s extensive Chin Na video series, and provides an excellent overview to the art of Chin Na, beginning with the essential Chin Na speed and power fundamental training routines.
Dr. Yang and senior student Ramel Rones demonstrate over 125 Chin Na techniques and applications close up, in slow motion and at regular speed, showing subtle variations for these effective techniques, which are introduced in the following categories: Finger, Wrist, Elbow, Shoulder, Neck, Waist, Leg and Takedowns.
Easily integrated into any martial style, Chin Na is the root of the more modern grappling arts such as Aikido and Hapkido, and it is often trained by military, security and law-enforcement personnel worldwide.
Fundamental Chin Na Speed and Power Training Routines Over 125 Chin Na techniques and applications.
Technique numbers in this DVD are the same as in the best-selling book Analysis of Shaolin Chin Na 1st Edition – Technique numbers do not match the 2nd Edition of the book.
Contains DVD-Only Additional Content Multi-Language Narration: English or French with Chinese/pinyin Menus & Subtitles: English, French, Spanish or Portuguese Interactive YMAA Catalog with Previews of All Other YMAA Titles
WRITTEN BY DR. YANG, JWING-MING PERFORMED BY DR. YANG, JWING-MING AND RAMEL RONES EDITED BY DAVID SILVER AND MEDIA MANIC VIDEO PRODUCTION SUPERVISION BY DAVID SILVER DVD PRODUCTION BY MEDIAMANIC DIRECTED BY DR.YANG, JWING-MING
90 minutes – color/ DVD9 NTSC All Regions encoding
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