Original Feng Shou-Gongfu Balanced Fist Form

This very rare Gongfu form known as the “Balanced Fist Form” Ping Quan Shi of the original Feng Shou Quan “Hand of the Wind Boxing”- system was only taught by Master Chee Soo to only a few top senior students. There are three main forms that was taught by Master Chee Soo and these were the 1). Poison Hand Striking Sets-these particular sets are designed to develop fast striking combinations using your fingers, knuckles, fists, palms, forearms and elbows to target the vital areas of your opponent.
2). Active Mist Defensive Sets- these are designed to develop fast ward offs/blocks against strikes or kicks aimed at various heights and angles.
3). Balanced Fist Sets- combine both the elements of fast striking combinations of the Poison Hand Sets and the fast ward offs/blocks of the Active Mist Sets, plus it’s own principle of simultaneous ward off and strike.

The Balanced Fist Forms are rarely taught openly as there were only a few senior students that Master Chee Soo passed this information onto and now Laoshi Keith Ewers is teaching it through the LFIAA to his students alongside the other two forms of the Poison Hand Sets and the Active Mist Sets.

The Balanced Fist Forms are small individual sets hat combine instant attacks with defence. They can be used as entering techniques to open up your opponents defences, which can then lead to adding either a kicking, joint locking or throwing technique alongside.

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