O Duan “Black Belt” 黑帶

Kong Han Athletic Club Manila, Philippines

Training is not restricted to martial prowess only but the most important is the development of good moral character. Self confidence, responsibility, patriotism, respect of family values, and martial virtue are integral part of our training curriculum.

 

 

 

Video clips

Kong Han 1993 - 2004 sample video

For personal training, one on one  or in groups on Kong Han ngo cho kun traditional kung fu contact 

In Metro Manila, Philippines

Grandmaster Henry Lo 10th Duan

思明 

 luzuming168@yahoo.com

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in Metro Vancouver Canada

Sifu Daniel Kun 9th Dan

  

dantankun@shaw.ca

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At Ohio USA

Sifu Jeff Yang 7th Duan

konghanusa@aol.com

Tel.# 330-353-4453

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In Sacramento, California USA

Sifu Jose Paman 6th Duan

(a ngo cho kun instructor of the Kong Han lineage, through Master Co Chi Po)

c/o 83 Brixton Hill

 

 

P.O. Box 352

 

Sacramento,

CA

95660

 

U.S.A. 

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Sifu Ademilson Reis 7th Duan

Sao Paolo Brazil

Sifu Renata 5th Duan

Sao Paolo Brazil

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Sifu Vicky Co 7th Duan

Caloocan City Philippines

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Drills preview

Sam Chien breathing methodology

Training Progression Schedule

Eagle Level is accorded to any students that has successfully train and learn the following:

  1. Sam Chien empty hand
  2. Sam Chien two person drill
  3. Di Sip Kun empty hand form
  4. Di Sip Kun empty hand form
  5. Tien Te Lin Chien empty hand form

Tiger Level is accorded to any students that has successfully train and learn the following:

  1. Sam Chien empty hand form
  2. Sam Chien two person drill
  3. Di Sip Kun empty hand form
  4. Di Sip Kun two person fighting drill
  5. Tien Te Lin Chien empty hand form
  6. Si Mun Pah Kat empty hand form
  7. Si Mun Pah Kat two person fighting drill
  8. Long weapon short staff form

O- Duan Level I 黑帶

  1. Sam Chien empty hand form
  2. Sam Chien two person drill
  3. Di Sip Kun empty hand form
  4. Di Sip Kun two person fighting drill
  5. Tien Te Lin Chien empty hand form
  6. Si Mun Pah Kat empty hand form
  7. Si Mun Pah Kat two person fighting drill
  8. Long weapon short staff form
  9. Short weapon Da Dao form
  10. Weapon Short Staff fighting drill
  11. Song Sui empty hand form
  12. Song Sui two person fighting drill

O-Duan Level II

  1. Sam Chien empty hand form
  2. Sam Chien two person drill
  3. Di Sip Kun empty hand form
  4. Di Sip Kun two person fighting drill
  5. Tien Te Lin Chien empty hand form
  6. Si Mun Pah Kat empty hand form
  7. Si Mun Pah Kat two person fighting drill
  8. Long weapon Short Staff form
  9. Short weapon Da Dao form
  10. Weapon fighting Short Staff drill
  11. Song Sui empty hand form
  12. Song Sui two person fighting drill
  13. Twin weapon Sang Te Pi form
  14. Long weapon Kwan Dao

O-Duan Level III

  1. Sam Chien empty hand form
  2. Sam Chien two person drill
  3. Di Sip Kun empty hand form
  4. Di Sip Kun two person fighting drill
  5. Tien Te Lin Chien empty hand form
  6. Si Mun Pah Kat empty hand form
  7. Si Mun Pah Kat two person fighting drill
  8. One long weapon Short Staff form
  9. One short weapon Da Dao form
  10. Weapon fighting drill Short Staff
  11. Song Sui empty hand form
  12. Song Sui two person fighting drill
  13. Twin weapon Sang Te Pi form
  14. Long weapon Kwan Dao
  15. Sam Chien Sip Di empty hand form
  16. Sam Chien Sip Di two person fighting drill

     

O-Duan Level IV

  1. Sam Chien empty hand form
  2. Sam Chien two person drill
  3. Di Sip Kun empty hand form
  4. Di Sip Kun two person fighting drill
  5. Tien Te Lin Chien empty hand form
  6. Si Mun Pah Kat empty hand form
  7. Si Mun Pah Kat two person fighting drill
  8. One long weapon Short Staff form
  9. One short weapon Da Dao form
  10. Weapon fighting drill Short Staff
  11. Weapon fighting drill Da Dao
  12. Song Sui empty hand form
  13. Song Sui two person fighting drill
  14. Twin weapon Sang Te Pi form
  15. Long weapon Kwan Dao
  16. Sam Chien Sip Di empty hand form
  17. Sam Chien Sip Di two person fighting drill
  18. Di Tzat empty hand form

O-Duan Level V

  1. Sam Chien empty hand form
  2. Sam Chien two person drill
  3. Di Sip Kun empty hand form
  4. Di Sip Kun two person fighting drill
  5. Tien Te Lin Chien empty hand form
  6. Si Mun Pah Kat empty hand form
  7. Si Mun Pah Kat two person fighting drill
  8. One long weapon Short Staff form
  9. One short weapon Da Dao form
  10. Weapon fighting drill Short Staff
  11. Weapon fighting drill Da Dao
  12. Song Sui empty hand form
  13. Song Sui two person fighting drill
  14. Twin weapon Sang Te Pi form
  15. Long weapon Kwan Dao
  16. Sam Chien Sip Di empty hand form
  17. Sam Chien Sip Di two person fighting drill
  18. Di Tzat empty hand form
  19. Goh Toh Tim Taoh empty hand form
  20. Goh Toh Tim Taoh two person fighting drill
  21. Sa Tzat empty hand form

O Duan Level VI

  1. Sam Chien empty hand form
  2. Sam Chien two person drill
  3. Di Sip Kun empty hand form
  4. Di Sip Kun two person fighting drill
  5. Tien Te Lin Chien empty hand form
  6. Si Mun Pah Kat empty hand form
  7. Si Mun Pah Kat two person fighting drill
  8. One long Short Staff weapon form
  9. One short weapon Da Dao form
  10. Weapon Short Staff fighting drill
  11. Song Sui empty hand form
  12. Song Sui two person fighting drill
  13. Twin weapon Sang Te Pi form
  14. Long weapon Kwan Dao
  15. Short weapon fighting drill Da Dao
  16. Sam Chien Sip Di empty hand form
  17. Sam Chien Sip Di two person fighting drill
  18. Di Tzat empty hand form
  19. Goh Toh Tim Taoh empty hand form
  20. Goh Toh Tim Taoh two person fighting drill
  21. Sa Tzat empty hand form
  22. Chong Hap Kun empty hand form
  23. Si Tzat empty hand form
  24. Weapon II (any weapon of choice, long, short or twin weapon)

O-Duan VII

  1. Sam Chien empty hand form
  2. Sam Chien two person drill
  3. Di Sip Kun empty hand form
  4. Di Sip Kun two person fighting drill
  5. Tien Te Lin Chien empty hand form
  6. Si Mun Pah Kat empty hand form
  7. Si Mun Pah Kat two person fighting drill
  8. One long weapon Short Staff form
  9. One short weapon Da Dao form
  10. Weapon fighting drill Short Staff
  11. Weapon fighting drill Da Dao
  12. Song Sui empty hand form
  13. Song Sui two person fighting drill
  14. Twin weapon Sang te Pi form
  15. Long weapon Kwan Dao
  16. Sam Chien Sip Di empty hand form
  17. Sam Chien Sip Di two person fighting drill
  18. Di Tzat empty hand form
  19. Goh Toh Tim Taoh empty hand form
  20. Goh Toh Tim Taoh two person fighting drill
  21. Sa Tzat empty hand form
  22. Chong Hap Kun empty hand form
  23. Si Tzat empty hand form
  24. Weapon II (any weapon of choice, long, short or twin weapon)
  25. Lien Xia Huat empty hand form
  26. Pak Kwa Chiong empty hand form

The KH NCK O-Duan 黑帶(Black Belt)

The O-Duan is a black belt that symbolises the technical skills and competitive abilities of the wearer, the black color symbolises the degree of experience and training, the hard work, dedication, courage and devotion and the red stripe is the color code of arms of KH NCK. The O-Duan is awarded to successful students who have train in KH NCK extensively, have understood, and absorb the principle and techniques that comes with experience. It marks the beginning of their journey and history in training, progressing and development to become Master of the art of Kong Han Ngo Cho Kun Kung Fu.

 

The journey begins and graduated as follows:

Xin Zhi Li Yi Ren

Truth, Wise, Courteous, Righteous, Benevolent

 

The use of physical force is the last resort it is for self defense not for aggression, this is what the O-Duan stands for.

                                   

At the left of the Duan are the words Kong Han Ngo Cho Kun, at the other end is the name of the wearer making the Duan their own personalised and privilege Duan. At the tip are red stripes symbolising the level of training, experience and rank.

Kah Ngo Ki 

 

Stretching and flexibility

 

                               Some fighting techniques in sam chien drill:

Elbow strike

Elbow break

sam chien kidney chop

Sam chien double low guard, tien te chien front kick.

Basic striking drills:

Set sparrings are to develop sensitivity to react naturally and to condition hit impact. It help with timing, distancing and proper execution of techniques it is perform in a realistic manner.

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Basic sparring application relevance to ngo cho kun hand forms

Di sip kun: block punch-punch

 

 

 Basic sparing

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ra8lVMA5OKs

Traditional training part 5% of 100%

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O6_7KHxxFQU