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Tien Shan Pai self-defense is characterized by angular attacks coupled with multiple blocks. If one block fails, the second can cover. Footwork is considered essential to countering attacks.
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Nowadays, it is regarded as a traditional sport gaining more and more popularity and even stands as a representative for Chinese culture. In order to survive in an extremely hostile environment, Chinese developed means of defense and attack that included leaping, tumbling and kicking. Although they knew how to fight with weapons made from stones and wood, fighting with bare hands and fists became essential skills.
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This unique combination of styles provides a variety of fighting techniques allowing for a wide range of possibilities for any given situation. The training facilitates flexibility, adaptabilty, relaxation, and harmony both physically and mentally. Tian Shan Pai reflects the complementary flow of Yin and Yang, characterized by both hardness and softness, both external and internal qualities, both long range and short-range techniques, and a system of feints and strikes to allow the intelligent assessment of opponents to prepare the most appropriate response.