Anyone familiar with. . .

Discussion in 'Kung Fu' started by Kenpo_Iz_Active, Jan 1, 2008.

  1. Kenpo_Iz_Active

    Kenpo_Iz_Active Greek Warrior-not 300

    Happy New Year guys (and gals).

    I take up Kenpo, but with many other arts incorporated in it. one of the techniques i have studied is called 'Opening of Lee Pee' (spelling may be off). I was told this was from Kung Fu. If so, is anyone familiar with it and/or it's origin (i.e. Southern Praying Mantis, , etc.)?
    Last edited: Jan 1, 2008
  2. IronDragon

    IronDragon Banned Banned

    Doesn't sound remotely familiar.

    Are you sure it's actually from a CMA?
    Can you describe it a little better? May know it by another name :)
  3. Kenpo_Iz_Active

    Kenpo_Iz_Active Greek Warrior-not 300

    could be. . .k here it goes

    feet are together, hands are chambered (fists are at chest), knees are bent, jump forward while hands go forth at opponent as a diamond.
  4. IronDragon

    IronDragon Banned Banned

    Ah, I see.

    That no doubt exists in many CMA's, we have a move similar to that in my Lohan, with some slight variations but the move is the same in context.
  5. Kenpo_Iz_Active

    Kenpo_Iz_Active Greek Warrior-not 300

    thanks. . . i really like that technique, but other than my instructor saying it's from Kung Fu coupled with my never hearing about it, sparked my interest.
  6. Banditshaw

    Banditshaw El Bandido

    The closest thing to that description that I've seen in the Hung Kuen I do is from the Fu Hok set.
    This move below.


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