For the very first time an in-depth book on the Chow Gar Southern Praying Mantis Kung Fu.
Master Paul Whitrod reveals the hidden secrets of this system that is probably one of the most Powerful Martial Arts from China.
This book covers
Training Drills / Sensitivity Drills / Power training drill / Forms & applications / Pressure points (dim yuet) / History & much more.
You can discover how to build the immense GEN shock power! That this Southern Mantis is famous for. This book is packed with over 200 pages and some 350 plus photographs, many older photo shots of old time practitioners of this elite Martial Art.
dit dar jau
This is a 24 herbal formula that removes bruises, slight strain and contusions.
Our medicine's are supplied in glass bottles to preserve the Jau.
dit dar yau
This herbal formula removes pains, strain due to excessive training thats now formed into an injury.
Our medicine's are supplied in glass bottles to preserve the Yau.
Removes bruises, body stiffness, aches and pains.
Our medicine's are supplied in glass bottles to preserve the Oil.
Why not brew your own dit dar jau? All you need to add in is Rice wine or brandy and leave for 6 months.
Makes 10 litres.
Thai Boxing Shorts.
This heavy duty tool to develop good finger and forerams.
wide enough to load some 100lbs in weight
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Now develop your strength and power by swinging this Pa (Tiger fork) around.
(Weighing approx 30lbs).
Swing this baby around you will develop good stamina and conditioning.
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Chow Gar Southern Praying Mantis First Form (Sarm Bo Jin), Moi Fah Jong (Plum Blossom Poles)
This DVD covers the first form of the system, footwork and techniques on the plum blossom poles and pressure point methods (Dim Mak). It is absolutely fabulous! A must have if you want to take your martial arts to the next level.
Chow Gar Southern Praying Mantis 2nd Form - Sarm Jin Yui Kui
, Applications, Nerve Strikes & Pressure Points, Natural Weapons of the Body, Gate Area Theory by Master Paul Whitrod
''In this video, The Chow Gar Praying Mantis 2nd form is shown (Sarm Jin Yui Kui) which means Three Arrow Punching, Shake Off The Bridge. There is a detailed study of this form and how it teaches one about the use of pressure points.
Sifu Paul Whitrod explains how to bring someone down by using thes pressure points - this video includes a knockout (and resucitation).
The art of Chow Gar Praying Mantis Kung Fu is to strike the nerves and pressure points to have a maximum effect on your opponent: without such knowledge your Martial Art will be incomplete.
There is also a study of the Mantis Natural Weapons of the body as well as a dimensional study of the space surrounding the body used as a guide for proper execution of techniques.''
Chow Gar Southern Praying Mantis 3rd FormSarm Bo Pai Kui and Dim Mak
This DVD is a complete, detailed examination of the 3rd form in the Chow Gar Southern Praying Mantis system, Sarm Bo Pai Kui which means 3 Step Slicing Bridge. This form is shown in step by step instruction.
''Every form in the Chow Gar Praying Mantis deals with Dim Mak strikes and in this video Sifu Paul Whitrod shows the relevant Dim Maks on the 3rd form as well as dozens of other Dim Mak points. Included in this video are the symptoms of the energy channels of the body that result from being struck with a Dim Mak strike and explanations of hist tha send the pain into the body.''
Chow Gar Southern Praying Mantis 4th Form - Sarm Bo Pin Kui - DIM MAK & LEG TRAINING
''Sarm Bo PIn Kui is the 4th form o fthe Chow Gar Praying Mantis Kung Fu. The name Pin Kui refers to a technique found in this unique form. The 4th form is a set up Dim Mak form striking form. It teaches one to use your steps and move in on your opponent. Pin Kui is a Dim Mak strike to the arm and neck.
All forms throught the entire system of the Chow Gar Praying Mantis Kung Fu are based on Dim Mak strikes. Sifu Paul Whitrod shows the complete form and many Dim Mak points are shown on the hands, body and neck.
Also included in this video is the leg training choong. 'Toong sut Choong' which will develop your leg sensitivity.''
Chow Gar Southern Praying Mantis - 5th Form - Yum Yearn Kum La Sau - Yin Yang Seizing Hand
''Yum Yearn Kun La Sau is the 5th form of the Chow Gar Praying Mantis Martial Arts system. Translated, Yum Yearn Kum La Sau means yin yang seizing hands. Yin yang refers to the opposite forces (left and right, etc.)
This unique form deals with the Dim Mak points, striking points on the arm in one direction, then striking points on the neck (simultaneously) in the other direction.''
36 Section 2 Person Fighting Form Volumes 1 and 2
Excellent 2 Man set from the Chow Gar system. Volume 1 is focused on teaching the form and techniques. Volume 2 focuses on advanced applications and Dim Mak techniques contained in the form.
''Sifu Paul Whitrod reveals the 2 man fightingt form which has 36 sections. From the 2 man fighting form, one develops essential footwork, hand and leg techniques, awareness, timing, co-ordination, etc. thus enabling you to use the techniques in a real life situation.''
Chow Gar Southern Praying Mantis Conditioning Exercises
''Chow Gar Praying Mantis Kung Fu is known as a tough and powerful Martial Art. The conditioning exercises shown on this video are from the traditional 36 conditioning methods of the Chow Gar Praying Mantis Kung Fu.
Such exercises will prepare you to take blows to your body and to harden the whole physique.''
Excellent conditioning and strengthening drills! You have to learn and add these to your training regimen, regardless of what style you practice.
Chow Gar Southern Praying Mantis Dim Mak Fighting Techniques Vol 1
''Sifu Paul Whitrod shows you why the Chow Gar Praying Mantis system is a deadly style of Kung Fu because of the Dim Mak skills. This video covers combinations of Dim Mak strikes, multiple strikes, etc., all from the Southern Mantis techniques.''
Chow Gar Southern Praying Mantis DVD - Dim Mak Seizing Skills Vol 3
Learn the inner secrets of how to strengthen your fingers and clawing skills. Sifu Paul Whitrod shows you Dim Mak seizing skills. Learn to seize the appropriate points and nerve areas. Incorporated in this video are mantis bone seizing methods and muscle seizing methods, a very advanced DVD.
Chow Gar Southern Praying Mantis Dit Dar, Dim Mak, Dim Yuet
''Sifu Whitrod presents the ultimate Dit Dar, Dim Mak, Dim Yuet Video. Learn the inner most secrets of the Chinese Martial Arts. How to make Dit Dar Jau (known as Iron Palm Wine). Herbal poultices and much more.
Dim Mak, Dim Yuet
Sifu Paul Whitrod reveals the art of Dim Mak. This video explores the various necessary training methods for Dim Mak. Know about the Thirty Six Death Points on the human body. Know about the Yin Yang theory and the five elements principles of Dim Mak.
Sifu Paul explains the symptoms and herbal remedies of Dim Mak and revival techniques. Many, many points are shown including hidden Dim Mak techniques....''
Truly amazing video. 2 hours and 25 minutes of rarely seen information on Dit Da medicine and Dim Mak. This video covers the step by step instructions for making Southern Mantis Dit Da Jow, the list of 23 herbs used with the Chinese characters and names for each of the herbs. As if that was not enough, this video has one of the most extensive and detailed instruction on Dim Mak striking, showing the specific points, times of day, the effects of striking each point, and methods for counteracting the effects by the use of massage and herbal medicine! WoW! There is nothing else like this out there!
Chow Gar Southern Praying Mantis Rib Bone Power - Dip Gwut Gung
''Dip Gwut Gung means rib bone power, it is an unusual but a very important exercise of the Chow Gar Praying Mantis Kung Fu.''
Chow Gar Southern Praying Mantis 36 Section 2 Man Fighting Set Part 2
''In part 2 of the 36 section 2 man fighting form, Sifu Paul Whitrod shows you the application behind all the techniques, using the vital points (Dim Mak).
You can now see the hidden applications, as well as an understanding the true meaning behind the fighting form.''
Chow Gar Southern Praying Mantis San Sou Vol. 2
''In this first video, Sifu Paul Whitrod shows many different Chow Gar Praying Mantis techniques including grabbing, clawing, punching, elbow strikes etc. These techniques will lay a foundation for anyone who wants to learn the Southern Chow Gar Praying Mantis Kung Fu.
Incorporated in this video are sensitivity training exercises that will develop your reflexes for close-in fighting. The application of all the techniques are shown and Sifu Paul Whitrod stresses the need for accurate striking of the pressure points for breaking techniques to be effective.
This video builds on San Sou no. 1 in the series which contains more detail of footwork. In addition there are videos that detail nerve strikes and pressure points.''
This is an awesome video with more of the important San Sou traning drills of Chow Gar Kung Fu. Master Whitrod shows these at full speed and power, slow instructional speed and from different angles. This system of Kung Fu is the Grandfather of all ''centerline'' close in fighting systems and one look at this tape will show you why.
Chow Gar Southern Praying Mantis DVD - The Southern Pole Technique - Ng Hung Kwun 5 Element Pole:
''The Long Pole (Kuwn) is probably the most famous weapon of the Chinese Martial Arts. In the Chow Gar Praying Mantis Kung Fu, it is the principal weapon of the system. IN this training video of weapons the Ng Hung Kuwn (5 Element Pole) is shown in detail. The 5 elements which give Hg Hung Kwun its name are Earth, Water, Fire, Wood and Metal. The long pole is tapered and is used primarily for long range fighting. It is held at the thick end of the weapon which is known as DAn Tow Kwun meaning single hold pole.
Sifu Paul Whitrod reveals the complete Ng Hung Kwn form. Step by step instructions seen from different angles plus training extension, strengthening exercises, applications, how to hold the pole properly and much more.''
Chow Gar Southern Praying Mantis DVD - Phoenix Fists and Hammer Hand Attacks
''In this 2nd DVD of the fighting series, Sifu Paul Whitrod shows how to develop the phoenix fist and hammer hand.
Multiple strikes are shown all aimed at the Dim Yeut areas. Lethal hand techniques such as the foong arm (phoenix fist) and gua choy (hammer hand) is one attribute the Southern Mantis is famous for.''
Chow Gar Praying Mantis Dim Mak Forms Seminar DVD
''Edited down from a 3 hour seminar, Master Paul Whitrod shows two forms and their Dim Mak applications. There is a breakdown of the forms, with the appropriate applications of the technique.''
The Seminar covers 2 forms, Tow Mo Kuen (Fire Breathing Fist) and Sarm Bo Loi Din (3 Step Outer Fist). These forms are not found on the regular series of training DVD's.
Chow Gar Southern Praying Mantis DVD - Hidden Dim Mak Techniques
''In this DVD, Sifu Paul Whitrod shows hidden Dim Mak techniques and how to find them in your own martial arts system. Many Dim Mak applications are revealed giving new light to many unusual techniques within the martial arts.''
Chow Gar Southern Praying Mantis DVD - Yim Yuet Kwan Do - Cloud Cover The Moon Kwun Do
''Yim Yuet Kuan Do (Cloud Cover the Moon Kwun Do) is the 4th training video of the Chow Gar Praying Mantis Weapons.
The Kuan Do has a long handle and a blade that has a hook or notch used for catching the enemy's weapon. The tassel that dangles from the blade is for distraction.
Slicing is the most common technique used with the Kuan Do. The Kuan Do was a heavy weapon and was primarily used whilst on horseback.
Sifu Paul Whitrod reveals the complete Yim Yuet Kuan Do form. Step by Step instruction seen from different angles plus application and manouvres.''
Chow Gar Southern Praying Mantis Fut Sau - Buddhist Hands
This is an older title from Sifu Whitrod. First class kung fu. Fut Sau or Buddhist hands are found in a number of Chinese Kung Fu systems and are considered highly advanced forms.
''Fut Sau (Buddhist Hands form) is a form to develop the flexibility of the hands. It is purely a training form to bing out the close-in power that is needed for combat.''
Chow Gar Southern Praying Mantis Sup Bart Um Gen Sau
''Chow Gar Praying Mantis Kung Fu has a several different breathing exercises known as Hay Gung in Cantonese, Chi Gung in Mandarin and Ki in Japanese. The use of Hay Gung breathing has many different purposes such as fighting, healing and health.
Sup Bart Um Gen Sau means 18 Internal dark power hands. It is a focused Hay Gung training form that concentrates on a particular move or technique. The benefits of practising Hay Gung training are to invigorate all the internal organs, strengthen the joints, bones and muscle structure. It will also balance the body mentally and physically, the principle of Yin/Yang.''
Chow Gar Southern Praying Mantis San Sou Vol. 1
This is an awesome video with many of the most important San Sou traning drills of Chow Gar Kung Fu. Master Whitrod shows these at full speed and power, slow instructional speed and from different angles. This system of Kung Fu is the Grandfather of all ''centerline'' close in fighting systems and one look at this tape will show you why.
Chow Gar Southern Praying Mantis - San Sou Vol. 3
Sifu Paul Whitrod introduces you to more hand and leg techniques plus footwork stepping patterns. This third video in the San Sau series deals with more advanced techniques with each technique's application being shown. The video shows how to trap someone already experienced with trapping concepts by breaking the rythm of the opponent's trapping ability with the Mantis hooking hand through the Chow Gar Praying Mantis system.
Sifu Paul Whitrod shows the leg pressure points and the angles to attack them; how to build your speed and power; functional fighting principles and much much more is included.''
Chow Gar Southern Praying Mantis Training Chongs
This is an awesome video with many of the most important sensitivity, centerline control and speed/timing developing methods of the Chow Gar Southern Praying Mantis System. Master Whitrod shows these at full speed and power, slow instructional speed and from different angles. This system of Kung Fu is the Grandfather of all ''centerline'' close in fighting systems and one look at this tape will show you why.
Chow Gar Southern Praying Mantis Yee Kup Sarm Bo Jin and Sup Wun Sau Form
''In this video Sifu Paul Whitrod reveals the 2nd stage first form and Sup Wun Sau forms to develop the 'Gen Power'.
These Gen power forms enable you to use the inch force power techniques that the Mantis system is famous for.
Included in this video is the advanced Dim Mak palm strikes associated with these forms.''
Chow Gar Southern Praying Mantis - Sup Jee Jau Cow Do Sow - Cross Claws Continuous Hands
Sifu Paul Whitrod shows the complete form of Sup Jee Cow Do Sau with step by step instruction. This advanced Mantis form teaches proper footwork, explosive power, trapping and moving in, etc.''
Baat Duan Jin 8 Pieces of Brocade Chi Kung
''Baat Duan Jin means 8 section brocade, it is a health giving exercise that regulates the internal organs of the body through certain postures... and is very popular within China.
Sifu Paul Whitrod, teaches you the Baat Duan Jin. Revealing which position has effect over which organ, and relating each exercise with the appropriate acupuncuture point. A remarkable and effective exercise for people of all ages. ''This video covers the first four (4) sections of the Baat Duan Jin, 8 section brocade Chi Kung (Qigong) with breakdown and explanations.
Hsing Yi Chuan - 5 Element Forms
''Sifu Paul Whitrod shows you the 5 Element Forms of Hsing I. They are Metal form, Wood form, Earth form, Water form, and Fire form.
Paul Whitrod has learnt this unique system from Master Ji Jian Cheng from Hangzhou, China.
Included in this programme is the application attacking specific acupoints.”
Hsing Yi Chuan Volume 2:
''In the second volume of this series, Sifu Paul Whitrod shows the 5 element linking chain, the falcon form and the snake form. Also shown is the application of pressure points skills and chin na locking.''