Created by Alex Tao (Tao Zhong Xian) of Shandong province is a
combination of different Chinese martial art styles designed for practical
When practicing Jing Quan Dao, there are three
progressive stages that must be in mind. 1st Striking: with 9 traditional
Chinese fist are used, which are:
1.Fingers: to grap/ poke/ scratch
2.Fist: to punch/ block
3.Forearm: to block/ parry/ trap
4.Foot: kicking are kept to targets below the belt
5.Head: to headbutt the face/ buttocks/ abdomen
8.Hips: to throw opponent
9.Shoulders: to push away opponent
2nd Throwing: after hitting and countering, quick throws are applied to
eliminate opponent's attacks.
3th Locking: also called Chin Na are used to brake and dislocate opponents
bones and eliminating future advances from the enemy.
Weapons are almost nonexisting, but battons and two section sticks are used
to control and disarm.
Qi Gong meditation and exercises are used in the style. In fact internal
(schalor) Qi Gong for power or (Fa Jing) and external (Warrior/Hard body) Qi
Gong for physical strength and sensitivity/ pain control are trained.