Essence of Lien Bu Chuan: Authors Collaborate to Preserve Traditional Chinese Martial Arts Form

The Essence of Lien Bu Chuan: Authors Collaborate to Preserve Traditional Chinese Martial Arts Form

Hi folks,

Our book is finally published! After three years in the making we’re ready to share the news, and ask you to do the same by forwarding this announcement to your contacts, and spreading the news on Facebook and wherever else you can.

The Continuous Steps Form (Lien Bu Chuan) was chosen as one of the required forms to study by the Central Martial Arts Academy in China, which was organized circa 1928. Our book, Essence of Lien Bu Chuan, hand illustrated by Master Nelson Tsou Yen Kai, is a detailed movement by movement study of the form, showing hand and foot motion lines, front, side and overhead views, plus additional interesting details and enhancements. The form study section presents each movement in a two page spread format for ease of understanding.

To see a preview of our book, please click on either of the links below, then choose preview. Until January 31, 2016, copies will be available at a special friends and family discount price of ten dollars off retail. so if you’d like a copy for your own library or as a unique gift, you can order right from that page. After that date, the price will go to full retail.

Link to softcover edition: http://www.blurb.com/b/6626248-essence-of-lien-bu-chuan-continuous-steps-form-sof

Link to hardcover edition: http://www.blurb.com/b/6626874-essence-of-lien-bu-chuan-continuous-steps-form-har

A collaborative effort by Master Tsou, Artie Aviles, and James Man Chin, Essence of Lien Bu Chuan is the result of our desire to preserve the traditional forms of the Northern Shaolin Long Fist Style of Kung Fu. Whether you’re a student of the Martial Art’s or not, when you forward this message, you’ll be helping us achieve that goal, and you never know who one of your emails will reach when you ask your friends and family to pass on our message as well.

Thanks so much for your help,
James Chin, Jett-man

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