The slow motion of Kung Fu Dragon punching is akin to that of a flickering flame as it disappears and reappears every now and then in the ring with its prey. This form of punching strategy is a perfect blend of striking a large target on the outside of one’s body, while moving within the range of its attack, and also closing the distance between the attacker and his victim in a quick manner. Although it might appear complicated for beginners, the strategy can be learned within a short period of time and taught to perfection within a short period of time. Kung Fu Dragon punching strategy is an ancient secret martial art used by many martial artists all around the world for hundreds of years.
Dragon style kung fu was created by Taiwanese grandmasters and is extremely effective in Southern Shaolin Kung Fu. The moves of the Southern Dragon form of Shaolin Boxing rely on the legendary Chinese dragon to guide its users. The Dragon form is an imitating-style, which was developed based upon the supposed physical characteristics of this legendary dragon. The striking strikes of this form of fighting techniques can be very brutal and is primarily intended for incapacitating its opponent without causing too much damage.
Dragon form is also referred to as Dragon Eye and uses the footwork of Tiger shape Kung Fu as its basis. The most famous practitioner of this style kung fu is San Sik Mui, who fought and trained with the legendary Bruce Lee. Another great teacher of this martial arts school is Taiwan’s own Chen Yi. This form of martial arts school has been successfully training many Chinese boxers and other martial artists. The school believes in employing an original and intuitive approach to learning, while using various forms of boxing and sparring techniques.