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Jin Jing Zhong. Authentic Shaolin Heritage: Tanjin, China, Training Methods of 72 Arts of Shaolin. All of them attained such unusual abilities thanks to special secret practices traditionally called "72 Arts of Shaolin.
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Jin Jing Zhong. Training Methods of 72 Arts of Shaolin. Tanjin, Short Biographies of the Jin En Zhong, elder brother, second name Ze Chen, nickname Mad, pen-name Jing Zhong, 30 years old, born in the noble family of Yanjing, went for his lessons to a private school of Yuying in the Chinese capital.
He was taught acrobatics and Shaolin Wu Shu at home. Served in the North-Eastern Army as company commander, deputy battalion commander, head of an auditing department, staff officer, battalion commander, senior coach in hand-to-hand combat and head of a training department. Wrote manuals for bayonet combat, theory and methods of bayonet handling, saber combat, hand-to-hand combat.
He also wrote a book about famous Wu Shu masters and several other works.
Has friendly and social character, no traits of a martinet at all. Now serves in police of the town of Jinmeng. His level of skills is quite high.
He has common muscles, at first sight www. Jin En Liang, second name Jia Tian, assumed name Xiao Tian, second middle brother, 28 years old, finished the school of Yuying, worked as a fireman at the Police department of the capital, then served as squad commander in capital gendarmerie, inspecting officer and aide-de-camp attached to garrison headquarters. Now works in a Tanjin newspaper. In his childhood learnt acrobatics and Shaolin Wu Shu.
His Gong Fu belongs to flexible or soft type, so his muscles are not developed too much. Jin En Shan, second name Ze Ming, assumed name Zhuang Fei, the third junior brother, 26 years old, took his lessons at the school of Yuying, served as squad commander in tank troops of the North-Eastern Army, sergeant-major in a reconnaissance brigade of the th division, then signal platoon commander of the 1-st brigade of land forces.
Recently practices an exercise called Frog from 72 kinds of the Martial Art of Shaolin. His Gong Fu belongs to hard type, so his muscles are well developed. It is not certain when the concept of 72 arts of Shaolin was first used, but I believe it was probably during the Ming Dynasty 14th to 17th century , which was relatively late as Shaolin Kungfu started about the 6th century during the Sui Dynasty.
Despite its relatively late entry into Shaolin Kungfu, it still has a long history of many hundred years, considering that many martial arts today are only about a hundred years old.
Hence, there are different versions of the 72 Shaolin arts, with some versions very different from others. There are surely more than 72 arts in Shaolin Kungfu, but terms like 36, 72 and are commonly used in Shaolin terminology.
This was in honour of Bodhidharma and the Eighteen Lohan Hands, the first set of exercises taught by Bodhidharma, regarded as the First Patriarch of the Shaoin arts, to the Shaolin monks at the Shaolin Monastery in Henan for nine years starting in Hence, many Shaolin terms, like kungfu sets and arts, take the multiple of 18, such as the 36 Shaolin Leg Techniques, and the Pattern Essence of Shaolin Set.