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Choy Li Fut  is a martial arts system founded in 1836 by Chan Heung.Choy Li Fut was named to honor the Buddhist monk Choy Fook 蔡褔 (cai fu) who taught him Choy Gar, Li Yau-San who taught him Li Gar, and his uncle Chan Yuen-Wu  who taught him Fut Gar, to honor the Buddha from which the art was named.

It combines techniques from various Northern and Southern Chinese kung-fu systems the powerful arm and hand techniques from the Shaolin animal forms from the South, combined with the extended, circular movements, twisting body, and agile footwork that characterizes Northern China's martial arts. It is considered an external style, combining soft and hard techniques as well as incorporating a wide range of weapons as part of its curriculum. Choy Li Fut is an effective self defense system particularly noted for defense against multiple attackers. It contains a wide variety of techniques, including long and short range punches, kicks, sweeps and take downs, pressure point attacks, joint locks, and grappling.

龍虎風雲會, The dragon and tiger met as the wind and the cloud.
徒兒好自爲, My disciple, you must take good care of your future.
重光少林術, To revive the arts of Shaolin,
世代毋相遺. Don't let the future generations forget about this teaching

Choy Li Fut's hand techniques contain 10 elements 十訣 : Kum 擒 Slapping or pressing palm deflection, Na 拿 shooting arm bridge, Gwa 掛 back fist, So 掃 sweeping, Chop 插 yin/yang knuckle strike, Pow 拋 upward power shot, Jong 撞 small upward power shot, Chaw 爪 claw, Bin 鞭 swinging power shot, Pei 劈 chopping, and Lui Yin 擂陰 yin/yang fist.
Choy Li Fut's leg techniques contain 6 elements: Chan 撐 bracing, Ding 釘 nailing, Liu Tat 撩踢 kicking, So 掃 sweeping, Jet 截 blocking, Au 勾 hooking, and Dan 彈 springing.
There are 8 techniques of how the hand and leg elements are applied. They are Yin 陰 negative, Yang 陽positive, Kong 剛 hard, Yau 柔 soft, Hui 虛 false, Shi 實 real, Tou 偷 stealing, and Lau 溜 sneaking.



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"Choy Li Fut is the most effective system that I've seen for fighting more than one person and is one of the most difficult styles to attack and defend against.
It is the only style (of kung fu) that went to Thailand to fight the Thai boxers and hadn't lost" - Bruce Lee

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