Zui Quan is a form of Chinese martial arts translated as “drunkard boxing.” Competitors use waddling, falling, faltering and swaying like a drunkard in performing their moves. The sport requires the boxers to hide combative moves within a drunkard’s persona. Zui Quan moves take many hours of practice to learn. You can learn some of them free on the Internet.
Things You’ll Need:
Safe workout environment
Step 1 – Watch videos and read instructions on websites such as Kung Fu Online, FightFu and Complete Martial Arts. Locate videos that give instructions on the basic stance, walk and falling motions.
Step 2 – Open the saved websites and watch the videos. Repeat watching the videos while performing the moves. Begin by watching and duplicating the motions used for the stance, walk and fall. Perform the moves slowly and in a safe location. Move on to the fighting moves after the basic movements are perfected. Wear clothing that moves with the body and does not bind.
Step 3 – Repeat and practice each move for several weeks. Perform the moves in-front of a mirror to ensure they are completed correctly.
Step 4 – Find a partner interested in learning Zui Quan. Practice the motion and movement of each skill with the partner. Make sure to do all moves in a safe manner.
Purchase instructional books on Zui Quan to supplement the limited number of free Internet sites. Register at a local establishment that offers Zui Quan classes.
Do not try to perform the moves when drunk. The moves are very precise and calculated even though the technique uses the drunkard man’s movements.
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