Tei Tong Level Workout (No Weight)

Complete 5 Rounds of the following:

30 Decline Pushups (Diamond, Regular, Wide)                                             15 Burpees
30 Air Squats                                                                                                  15 Squat Thrusts
24 Floor Pushups (Diamond, Regular, Wide)                                                 15 Lunges
24 Lunges                                                                      OR                           15 Pushups
12 Incline Pushups                                                                                         15 Mountain Climbers
12 Step up Lunges                                                                                          15 Elbow Ups
Rest 90 Seconds before next round                                                                Rest 90 Seconds before next round

Complete the following Ab Exercises for 5 Minutes Straight (No Rest!):

30 seconds Crunches
30 seconds Leg Raises
30 seconds Star Crunches
30 seconds V ups
30 seconds Bicycle Crunches

 

 


Tei Tong Level Workout (Weighted)

Rest 60 – 90 seconds between sets:

8 Bench Press (4 sets)                                       OR                       8 DB Bench Press (4 sets)
8 EZ Bar Tricep Extensions (4 sets)                                               8 Row (4 sets)
10 Barbell Squats (4 sets)                                                              8 DB Squat (4 sets)
10 Step Up Lunges (4 sets)                                                           8 Robot Curls (4 sets)
12 Robot Curls (4 sets)                                                                  8 Tricep Pulldowns (4 sets)
12 Straight Bar Curls (4 sets)                                                         8 Weighted Dips (4 sets)
10 Lat Pulldowns (4 sets)                                                               8 Lat Pulldowns (4 sets)
10 Pull ups (4 sets)                                                                         8 Weighted Step Up Lunges (4 sets)
8 Weighted Dips (4 sets)                                                                8 Barbell Curls (4 sets)
8 Tricep Pulldowns (4 sets)                                                            8 EZ Bar Tricep Extensions (4 sets)

 

 

 

Intro & Basics Video

Basic Blocks & Strikes of the Tai Shing System. Along with how to use this course to its full potential. 


 

 

 

Meditation 1

The First of 5 Steps in Our Systems Meditation.
* Remember Meditation is NOT Relaxing.
* This step is all about IGNORING THE WIND
* Don’t Force Anything Let Everything Come Natural
* Tongue On Pallet
* Eyes Bright
* Spine Straight
* Breathe In & Out Through The Nose
* HIM on the In Breath & HAA on the Out Breath
* Just Sit


 

 

 

Qigong

Qigong is a Chi (Qi) developing exercise
* Wuji Stance
* Tongue on pallet
* Spine Straight
* HIM on the In Breath & HAA on the Out Breath
* Mindful of your movements
* Movements follow the breath
* Slow and Mindful 


 

 

 

Stretching

This is a warm-up and stretching section of our system. This prepares your body for the complex series of movements in Tai Shing.


 

 

 

Workout

Pull Ups
Dips
Pushups

Steady & Controlled Repetitions


 

 

 

Conditioning (Iron Hand, Forearms, Shins)

* You will need a bucket of Mung Beans to begin the Iron Hand section of this video.
* If you do not have a training partner to drill the 3 star section then you may use a rolled up magazine or bundle of plastic chop sticks.


 

 

 

Fluidity Drill

Back Fist to Q Sao Drill


 

 

 

Striking Drills

  Striking Drills (High and Low)
* Step Mid Block to Gwa Choi
* High Block with Jing Choi
* Step Choi Kune and Gwa Choi
* Boi Gim to Soi Q
* Rooted Punch (Ground Knee as you shoot Jing Choi, Chung Choi, Palm)
* Grab to 180* Sao Choi
* Jing, Jing, Chung Choi


 

 

 

Kicking Drills

   Kicking Drill (High and Low)
* Front Kick (Hands, No Hands, Double, High Low, Standing, Rolling)
* Groin Kick (Hands, No Hands, Double, High Low, Standing, Rolling)
* SideKick (Hands, No Hands, High Low, Standing, Rolling)


 

 

 

Movement Drills

   Movement Drills (Walks, Hops, Crawls, Turns, Rolls)
* Basic Walk (Turn with shuffle step or hop)
* Side Hop
* Front Hop
* Crawl
* Rolls (Forward, Side & Back Rolls)


 

 

 

Tei Tong Form

The Entire Tei Tong Form Broken Down For Easy Understanding.


 

 

 

Monkey Hands

This is a two man drill training the basic blocks & strikes of the Tai Shing System.


 

 

 

San Sao

San Sao: Is a two man drill where one person attacks and the other defends. Or this can be as reactivity drill using the strikes and movements of the level you are currently on.


 

 

 

Gor Sao

Gor Sao: Is a no touch sparring. The purpose of this drill is to learn Distance Control, Reactivity, Technique Usage, and More!


 

 

 

Sparring (Light)

Sparring (Light): Like everything in Kung Fu and our website DO THIS AT YOUR OWN RISK! Light Sparring is fighting but no heavy hitting is allowed. Every technique can be used. The purpose of this drill is many. Reactivity, Fluidity, Technique Usage, Control, Distance Control, Blocking, Countering, Striking and More!


 

 

 

Mind Set

The Tei Tong Mindset is a greatly held secret to the Tai Shing system. It is the essence of the form. Being that Tei Tong means Grand Earth Form, the mindset of this form is an elemental representation. 
* Earth = Powerful Strikes
* Water = Fluid Movements
* Air = even breathing and light mind


 

 

 

Tai Shing History

A Brief History To Ensure Greater Understanding of Our Tai Shing Lineage and History


 

 

 

Grading

What you’ll need to accomplish in order for you to pass this level.


 

 

 

Tai Shing Philosophy

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FAQ

Here I will answer some frequently asked questions about the; system, methods, drills, forms, fighting and using Kung Fu in a real life situation. 

Tei Tong Class Structure 

  1. Sit
  2. Chi Gung
  3. Stretch:
    * Low Monkey Knee Lean Stretch
    * Toe Touches
    *Pigeon Stretch
    * Quad Stretch
    * Hamstring Stretch 3 Level Low, Medium, High
    * Front Split
    * Side Split
    * Calf Stretch
  4. Workout
    * Grip Training
    * Pushups (Diamond, Regular, Wide)
    * Pull-ups (Under and Overhand)
    * Dips
  5. Conditioning
    * 3 star ()
    * Iron hand
    * Shin
  6. Fluidity Drills
    * Back Fist to Q Sao fluidity drill. High to Low
  7. Striking Drills (High and Low)
    * Step Mid Block to Gwa Choi
    * High Block with Jing Choi
    * Step Choi Kune and Gwa Choi
    * Boi Gim to Soi Q
    * Rooted Punch (Ground Knee as you shoot Jing Choi, Chung Choi, or Palm)
    * Grab to 180* Sao Choi
    * Jing, Jing, Chung Choi
  8. Kicking Drill (High and Low)
    * Front Kick (Hands, No Hands, Double, High Low, Standing, Rolling)
    * Groin Kick (Hands, No Hands, Double, High Low, Standing, Rolling)
    * SideKick (Hands, No Hands, High Low, Standing, Rolling)
  9. Movement Drills (Walks, Hops, Crawls, Turns, Rolls)
    * Basic Walk (Turn with shuffle step or hop)
    * Side Hop
    * Front Hop
    * Crawl
    * Rolls

Tei Tong Form

The entire Tei Tong Form Broken Down For Easy Understanding


Monkey Hands, San Sao, Gor Sao, Sparring (Light)

San Sao: Is a two man drill where one person attacks and the other defends. Or this can be as reactivity drill using the strikes and movements of the level you are currently on.

Gor Sao: Is a no touch sparring. The purpose of this drill is to learn Distance Control, Reactivity, Technique Usage, and More!

Sparring (Light): Like everything in Kung Fu and our website DO THIS AT YOUR OWN RISK! Light Sparring is fighting but no heavy hitting is allowed. Every technique can be used. The purpose of this drill is many. Reactivity, Fluidity, Technique Usage, Control, Distance Control, Blocking, Countering, Striking and More!