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Northern Shaolin (Chinese: 北少林)
Refers to the external (as opposed to internal) martial arts of Northern China referring to those styles from the Northern Shaolin Monastery in Henan. At its most specific, Northern Shaolin refers to a style called Northern Shaolin Boxing School (Chinese: 北少林拳門), disseminated by Gu Yu-jeung (18941952; also known as Ku Yu-cheung or, in Pinyin, Gu Ruzhang).

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Style
The Northern Shaolin style of kung fu is one of the most prominent traditional northern styles of Chinese martial arts. The northern styles of kung-fu generally emphasize long range techniques, quick advances and retreats, wide stances, kicking and leaping techniques, whirling circular blocks, quickness, agility, and aggressive attacks.
The system teaches empty-hand techniques and weaponry through predetermined combinations, known as forms, routines, or movement of sets. The students learn the basics by practicing the routines until the movements in the routines can be executed naturally based on instinct.

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Videography

Northern Shaolin Kung Fu 12 Tan Tui ( Shifu Sal Redner )

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NORTHERN SHAOLIN 第六路短打少林拳 (FORM + APPLICATION)

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Northern Shaolin Kicks and Sweeps

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What Is Northern & Southern Shaolin? | Shaolin Kung Fu

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Northern Shaolin Kung Fu Fist #1 Open the Door Hoi Moon

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Northern Shaolin - The Boxing Master Part 1

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