Zui Quan, popularly known as Drunken Boxing was popularized by action film star Jackie Chan.  Like it's name, the user imitates a drunkard stumbling about.  This, however, is all a deception.  using core strength the fighter is able to shift his center of gravity, almost at will.  Also this relaxed stance mimics the loosened muscles one may have in a drunken state, allowing for more distribution of incoming force to reduce damage taken.  www.findaballer.com

Zui Quan, popularly known as Drunken Boxing was popularized by action film star Jackie Chan. Like it's name, the user imitates a drunkard stumbling about. This, however, is all a deception. using core strength the fighter is able to shift his center of gravity, almost at will. Also this relaxed stance mimics the loosened muscles one may have in a drunken state, allowing for more distribution of incoming force to reduce damage taken. www.findaballer.com

Shaolin Wooden Dummy 蔡李佛陳家 - Chinese martial arts http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=7pH1CRAlXck&feature=youtu.be

Shaolin Wooden Dummy 蔡李佛陳家 - Chinese martial arts http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=7pH1CRAlXck&feature=youtu.be

Jim Kelly (b. May 5, 1946-d. June 29, 2013). Actor, 1970s martial arts icon. Best known for his role as "Williams" in the film Enter the Dragon, Kelly was the first major African-American martial arts film star. Native of Millersburg, Bourbon County, KY.

Jim Kelly (b. May 5, 1946-d. June 29, 2013). Actor, 1970s martial arts icon. Best known for his role as "Williams" in the film Enter the Dragon, Kelly was the first major African-American martial arts film star. Native of Millersburg, Bourbon County, KY.

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