Fu Hok Seurng Ying Kuen – Tiger Crane Double Pattern Form Whereas Gung Ji Fook Fu Kuen is a basic training form, Fu Hok Seurng Ying Kuen develops fighting technique and stresses the cultivation of the Tiger and Ji Mo Seung Dao. The three main forms of Hung Gar are Gung Ji Fook Fu Kuen, Fu Hok Seung Ying, and Tit Sin Kuen. Even just one form, like gung ji, can give.

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The powerful hand techniques come from the bridge work that is found throughout hung gar. As for the creation of Sap Ying Seing. It develops strength, flexibility, evasiveness and precision. This is not a core Hung Gar set. Hang Yuet Darn Do. Chuen Choy Dai Do.

Fu Hok Seung Ying Kuen (Tiger Crane Fist)

It’s something that is not a secret and all MA’s utilize this. As with the Kwan Do, this form is reserved for advanced practitioners only. Ji Mo Seung Dao. I don’t know much about the creation of this set. Sorry, I rarely go to dragonslist chat anymore.

Sup Ying Kuen just adds five more lines of yinng. Nobody is wrong in this case. This form is reserved for advanced practitioners only.


But I found out that there is an extra form called Ng Ying Kuen. How different or similar is it to Weung Hung? Hell, the end is exactly that of Fu Hok!!

Fu Hok Seung Ying Kuen (Tiger Crane Fist) – video dailymotion

We were happy with what we received. I’m kind of new in CMA and don’t know too much about this art. Most importantly, however, this form develops the twelve bridges and the correctness of breath. If you have heard hlk other stories on thislet me know. Considering some of the crap seminars that people pay for it is nice to see someone trying to just write up something about their branch of the style.

Anything else is really just bonus or extra.

Like the Eight Kuwn Pole, this form also teaches moving in the eight different directions. Basically its one of the things you can’t get around so you might at as well “eat bitter” and just do it.

Cause I heard that Hung Gar concentrates on strong stances and powerful hand techniques. So the reason that the Tang Fung lineages do not practise Sap Ying is that Tang Fung did not learn this form, because it didn’t exist yet. First build a bridge and then cross it with horse. The guys at our club purchased some of these texts muen the ChinWu group that this sifu blongs to. Fu Hok Seurng Ying Kuen. Ng Lung Ba Gwa Cheung. So my question is, is my Sifu wrong or that site I looked up wrong?? Ng ying kuen was “created” by Fi Fei Hung.


Tek- the way we build our stances is by holding them for long periods of time.

Overdemon- The only books that i have are: Just so happens I’m back from visiting my si-gung Lum Jo and asked this very question. You will note that this sifu has made no attempt to promote his books that I can see.

I wouldn’t mind talking to you in email. I find it pretty unusual that Jim Uglow does this form, but perhaps he learned it from an outside source. Maybe a likely story would be that Chiu Kao learned it from someone ouen the Tang Fung lineage? Basically, you use your bridge hand to connect to the oponent and your stance work to get close enough to strike. But I think it has been out of print for some time.