Tall Level Workout (No Weights)

Complete 5 Rounds of the following:
8 Pull Ups
8 Chin Ups
10 Decline Pushups
10 Floor Pushups
10 Incline Pushups
15 Air Squats
15 Lunges
15 Reverse Lunges
20 Shoulder Taps
20 Bench Dips
Rest for 90 Seconds Before After Each Round.
You may use a Tei Tong Level Workout in Substitution

Complete the following Ab circuit for 7 minutes with No Rest:
60 seconds Star Crunch
60 seconds Leg Raises
30 seconds Bicycle Crunches


Tall Level Workout (Weights)

4 Phase Exercises 
10 Bench Press (3 Sets)
10 Row (3 Sets)
10 Barbell Squat (3 Sets)
10 Dips (Head Down) (3 Sets)
10 Dips (Head Up) (3 Sets)
10 Barbell Curls (3 Sets)
10 Lateral Raises (3 Sets)
10 Front Raises (3 Sets)
10 Tricep Pushdowns (3 Sets)
10 Straight Arm Pulldowns (3 Sets)

Rest 45 – 60 seconds between sets.

 

 

 

 

Intro & Tall Basics

 

Intro into the Tall Level. Along with the basic movements, drills and form of this level.

 


 

 

 

 

 

Meditation 2

The Second of 5 Steps in Our Systems Meditation.
* Remember Meditation is NOT Relaxing.
* This step is all about CLEARING THE WIND & CUTTING ATTACHMENTS
* 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

 

Further Training In Tai Shing 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 & one piece of 1 inch thick (non pressure treated) wood, 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 DrillBack Fist to Q Sao Drill

 


 

 

 

 

 

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

 


 

 

 

 

 

Tall Striking Drills (High & Low)

Tall Strike Drills (High & Low)

* Tall block, jik, tall block, chung choi
* Mid block, gwa, mid block, jing
* Gwan block, chung, mid block, jing choi
* Tall block, jing, tall block, palm
* Choi kune, gwa choi
* Boi gim, soi q
* Back fist, q sao, chung choi

 


 

 

 

 

 

Kicking Drills (High & Low)

Kick Drills (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)
* Front Sidekick (Hands, No Hands, High Low, Standing, Rolling)
* Back Kick (Hands, No Hands, Double, High Low, Standing, Rolling)

 


 

 

 

 

 

Stance & Footwork Drills

 

Stance & Footwork Drills
*Light Stance
*Low Stance
*Forward Stance
*Pivoting
*Angles
*Dropping

 


 

 

 

 

 

Tei Tong Form

 

The Entire Tei Tong Form Broken Down For Easy Understanding.

 


 

 

 

 

 

Tall Form

 

The Entire Tall Form Broken Down For Easy Understanding.

 


 

 

 

 

 

Snatching Hands

 

Snatching Hands is a specialized hand set which is used for devastating limb destruction of the opponent.

 


 

 

 

 

 

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!

 


 

 

 

 

 

Tall Mindset

 

The Tall Monkey is the provider of the troop.

This means that the Tall Monkey will do whatever it takes to provide safety to his/her troop. This is not done out of Anger or Ego it is protection done out unconditional care for the troop.


 

 

 

 

 

Grading

 

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

 

 

 

 

Tall Class Structure

 

Tall Class Structure

1. Sit

2. Chi Gung

3. Conditioning

Iron Hand

3 Star

Shin Conditioning

4. Fluidity drill

5. 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
6. Workout (Explosive)

* Grip Training
* Pushups (Diamond, Regular, Wide)
* Pull-ups (Under and Overhand)
* Dips
* Burpees
7. Strike Drills

* Tall block, jik, tall block, chung choi
* Mid block, gwa, mid block, jing
* Gwan block, chung, mid block, jing choi
* Tall block, jing, tall block, palm
* Choi kune, gwa choi
* Boi gim, soi q
* Back fist, q sao, chung choi

  1. Kick Drills (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)
    * Front Sidekick (Hands, No Hands, High Low, Standing, Rolling)
    * Back Kick (Hands, No Hands, Double, High Low, Standing, Rolling)  
    9. Stance & Footwork Drills
    *Light Stance
    *Low Stance
    *Forward Stance
    *Pivoting
    *Angles
    *Dropping

 

 

 

Tall Form

The Entire Tall Form Broken Down For Easy Understanding/


 

 

 

Hand Sets, San Sao, Gor Sao, Sparring (Light)

Hand Sets:
* Monkey Hands
* Snatching Hands

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!