Kung Fu Weapon Training & Meihuaquan : Mei Hua Broadsword Moves 25-35


Okay, ladies and gentlemen, now let me take
you to the last section of the Shaolin Plum Blossom Broadsword. Starting from here, you’re
going to go over your head, you’re going to jump, then you’re going to hop, one, two,
three, four, five, turn, turn, jump kick, sitting the mountain, haah! Wonderful! Let’s
go again. Starting from here, you’re going to go over, one, two, three, four, five, six,
seven, turn, eight, nine, jump, hand. Ladies and gentlemen, this concludes the end of Shaolin
Plum Blossom Broadsword. I hope you enjoy this video and I hope you learn something.
Once again, my name is Bruce Wen.

18 Replies to “Kung Fu Weapon Training & Meihuaquan : Mei Hua Broadsword Moves 25-35

  1. do you even know who he is hes an actual shaolin monk from the temple he was raised in the shaolin temple look him up

  2. @emofaraway spring-steel. the sword he's using is just for show, mostly used in forms practice and wushu competitions. Real ones would normally be made of more rigid, folded 3-sheet steel, which, while still flexible, is not going to make whipping noises and break when used in a fight.

  3. The dudes name is Mei Hua and he is doing the plum blossom(mei hua form?! lmao This dude is no monk by the way and his skills aren't that great, and i was like wtf happened to my computer at 0:54. hehe

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