Level 5 Workout (No Weights)

Muscle Failure Workout:
Perform the described reps with a stop watch near by. Once you complete the reps rest until your timer reaches a 30 second mark. Then repeat the exercise until you can not do the described reps.

10 Pushups (Failure Set)
6 Pull Ups (Failure Set)
30 Air Squats (Failure Set)
15 Leg Raisers (Failure Set)

You may use a Tei Tong, Tall, Lost or Stone Level Workout in Substitution


Level 5 Workout (Weighted)

Muscle Failure Workout:
Perform the described reps with a stop watch near by. Once you complete the reps rest until your timer reaches a 30 second mark. Then repeat the exercise until you can not do the described reps.

6 Bench Press (Failure Set)
6 DB Laying Tricep Extensions (Failure Set)
10 Barbell Squats (4 sets)
15/10/5 Cable Rows (Do 15 Reps rest 60 sec, 10 reps rest 30 sec, 5 reps rest 15 secs) (3 Sets)
20/15/10 Straight Arm Pull Downs (Do 20 Reps rest 60 sec, 15 reps rest 30 sec, 10 reps rest 15 secs) (2 Sets)
15 Step Up Lunges (3 Sets)
6 Bench Press (Failure Set)
6 DB Laying Tricep Extensions (Failure Set)
6 Dips (Failure Set) (Use Weight If needed)

Abs:
25 Star Crunches
25 Leg Raisers
25 Crunches
25 Flutter Kicks
25 Punching Sit Ups

Repeat 5 times with NO rest.

 

You may use a Tei Tong, Tall, Lost or Stone Level Workout in Substitution

Intro & Drunken & Wood Basics

Intro Into Level 5 & Drunken Basics & Wood Basics


Meditation 5

The Final Step in Our Systems Meditation.
* Remember Meditation is NOT Relaxing.
* This step is all about DEVELOPING MINDFULNESS OF THE YIN DAN
* 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 


Advanced Qigong

More Of Tai Shing System’s Secret Qigong Techniques


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.


Conditioning (Iron Hand, Iron Shirt, Forearms, Shins)

* You will need a bucket of Mung Beans & one concrete block (not brick!), to begin the Iron Hand section of this video.
* Detailed techniques and drills to develop the Iron Shirt method of Tai Shing
* 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 Drills

Fluidity Drills
* Back Fist to Q Sao fluidity drill. High to Low
* Backstep Mor Sao to Chain Punching
* C step trap & strike drill
* Drunken Angle Drill
* Wood Pivoting Drill


Drunken & Wood Striking Drills (High & Low)

Drunken & Wood Striking Drills (High and Low)
* Deflecting Tan, Upward palm
* Deflecting Tan, Jing to ribs
* Deflecting Pak, Chung to Solar Plexus
* Deflecting Tall Block, Choi Kune
* Deflecting Pak, Tan Jing to neck
* Deflecting Tall Block, Trap Pak, Chung Choi to chin
* Rooted Striking Drills (I.e. dropping onto the front leg for a strike)


Kicking Drills (High & Low)

Kicking Drill (High and Low)
* Begin Wood Root Snatching Drills with Kicks
* 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)
* Ax Kick (Hit with the heel)
* Crescent Kick (Inside & Outside)
* Drunken Falling Sidekick
* Wood Kick to scissor stance and twist 360*


Drunken Form

The Entire Drunken Form Broken Down For Easy Understanding.


Wood Form

The Entire Wood Form Broken Down For Easy Understanding.


2nd Staff Form

The Entire 2nd Staff Form Broken Down For Easy Understanding.


Ghost Hands

Ghost Hands is an extremely dangerous set of techniques that should ALWAYS be used as a last resort! 
* Ghost Hands teach how to deflect strikes instead of block and create optimal angles for dangerous strikes.


Poison Hands

Poison Hands is an extremely dangerous set of techniques that should ALWAYS be used as a last resort! 
* Poison Hands teach how to strike with intention and do dangerous damage to your opponent.


Trapping Hands

Trapping Hands is a specialized hand set designed to pin the opponents limbs against them to create better opportunities for striking.

Dispersing Hands

Dispersing Hands is a specialized hand set which is used for simultaneous blocking and striking.


Snatching Hands

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

Monkey Hands

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

Chin Na

Chin Na is an advanced form of joint; control, manipulation and destruction.

Drunken & Wood Mindsets

The Drunken Mind is that of an intoxicated monkey or groggy monkey. The Drunken Monkey understands its impairment and will use more internal strength nd deceptive strikes to take down its opponent.

The Wooden Mind is that of an aggressive monkey that has a no “playfulness”. This monkey will quickly break the opponent down through root snatching techniques.


Grading

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

 

 

 

Level 5 Class Structure 

Drunken/Wood 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
    * 7 star
    * Iron hand
    * Iron Shirt (Kick drill & Contract Drill)
    * Shin
  6. Fluidity Drills
    * Back Fist to Q Sao fluidity drill. High to Low
    * Backstep Mor Sao to Chain Punching
    * C step trap & strike drill
    * Drunken Angle Drill
    * Wood Pivoting Drill
  7. Striking Drills (High and Low)
    * Deflecting Tan, Upward palm
    * Deflecting Tan, Jing to ribs
    * Deflecting Pak, Chung to Solar Plexus
    * Deflecting Tall Block, Choi Kune
    * Deflecting Pak, Tan Jing to neck
    * Deflecting Tall Block, Trap Pak, Chung Choi to chin
    * Rooted Striking Drills (I.e. dropping onto the front leg for a strike)
  8. Kicking Drill (High and Low)
    * Begin Wood Root Snatching Drills with Kicks
    * 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)
    * Ax Kick (Hit with the heel)
    * Crescent Kick (Inside & Outside)
    * Drunken Falling Sidekick
    * Wood Kick to scissor stance and twist 360*
    9. Chin Na

 

 

 

Drunken & Wood Form

Both Forms Broken Down For Easy Understanding


 

 

 

Hand Sets, San Sao, Gor Sao, Light Sparring

Hand Sets:
* Monkey Hands
* Snatching Hands
* Dispersing Hands
* Trapping Hands
* Ghost Hands
* Poison 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!