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Zoce 2013-12-6 12:43


[color=#000080]Yiquan Master Liang Zi Peng 梁子鵬 - Bruce Lee's Internal Art Master[/color]


[font=Verdana, sans-serif][i]This is a new article by my Sifu which was published in the 395th Issue of New Martial Hero [/i]新武俠武術雜誌(2013年第32期)(總第395期)[i]here in Hong Kong. It significantly expands some of the information published in some of my previous posts on Yiquan and Bruce Lee.[/i][/font]

[font=Verdana, sans-serif][u][b]Foreward[/b][/u][/font]

[font=Verdana, sans-serif]This year happens to be the 40th anniversary of Bruce Lee's death, and there have been a large number of commemorative events and exhibitions across Hong Kong. When Bruce Lee talked of his experience in learning the martial arts, he mentioned that he had ten teachers: he studied Taijiquan from his father Lee Hoi Chuen, he studied Hung Kuen, Choy Lai Fut, studied Judo under 大兵衛 , studied western boxing under his middle school teacher, studied Northern Jing Wu boxing under Xiao Hansheng, and studied internal arts under Liang Zipeng. When he was in America he studied Philippine Escrima and studied Taekwondo under Rhee Jun Goo.[/font]

[font=Verdana, sans-serif]His internal arts teacher was Liang Zi Peng, who is not widely known. Master Liang was one of the foremost people in transmitting Yiquan and Liu He Ba Fa to the South. But what did he teach Bruce Lee, and how long and how much did he study? And what impact did Yiquan have on Jeet Kuen Do and his philosophy? The article seeks to answer these questions.[/font]

[font=Verdana, sans-serif][b]The Biography of Master Liang Zi Peng[/b][/font]

[font=Verdana, sans-serif][b]Liang Zi Peng (1900-1974)[/b][/font]

[font=Verdana, sans-serif]Liang Zi Peng born in Canton Provice, Nanhai County. He studied Eagle's claw under master Chen Zi Zheng, and Baguazhang under Jiang Xin Shan, Yiquan under You Peng Xi, and Liu He Ba Fa under Wu Yi Hui. He was the first person to transmit Yiquan and Liu He Ba Fa to Hong Kong.[/font]

[font=Verdana, sans-serif]Master Liang grew up learning to fight. The Liang name was historically transmitted from father to single son, and his father hoped that the martial arts could strengthen his body and spirit as a foundation to success, so he hired many martial arts teachers to teach him, and he grew up loving the martial arts.[/font]

[font=Verdana, sans-serif]When he was young he moved to Shanghai and was working as an office clerk in a Western company.  He enrolled in the Jing Wu Athletic Association, and first started to learn Tan Tui. Liang learned five sets of Tan Tui in a single night! For a young man who had never studied the northern arts before, one could see how clever and dedicated he was.[/font]

[font=Verdana, sans-serif]He studied the 18 weapons at the Jingwu Association. At this time the Jingwu Association was flourishing, and invited masters from many arts to teach.  Whether it was Cha Quan, Shaolin, Taijiquan, Eagle Claw, Mantis, they were all taught by a renown master of that art. At that time the Saint of Eagle Claw - Chen Zi Zheng was in charge of teaching the art. When Liang saw the intricacy of the art, he made a special effort to learn Eagle Claw. Chen Zi Zheng was the face of Jing Wu and was very well known for a time. He had a hat made of iron, and he carried it with him everywhere, and he used it to train his fingers, hence his fingers became extremely strong. Chen was also the referee for many Guoshu competitions, and when the loser did not accept the outcome, he would himself go onto the stage and at that point the loser would happily admit defeat, thus he also had the sobriquet of "King of Eagle's Claw". Liang Zi Peng, Li Pei Xuan and Zhang Jun Ting all studied boxing at the same time, and were the key disciples of Chen Zi Zheng.[/font]

[font=Verdana, sans-serif]After joining the Eagle Claw School, he studied extremely hard, and spend a lot of effort on the sets and sparring. In order to train the Eagle's claw, one could not avoid studying iron fingers. Liang was extremely dedicated to sticking his fingers in the sand, and every time his fingers broke, he resumed his practice as soon as he recovered. That is why Liang's third finger on his left hand was permanently crooked, as this was due to having been injured too many times. Master Chen doted on his disciple, and often sparred with him without holding back, and sometimes dislocated Liang's wrist upon contact. Chen would immediately put the joint back into place and continue sparring. There was one time where they were both sparring with the staff, Master Liang was a little slow and Master Chen's staff hit him on the little finger, which left a lifelong scar.[/font]

[font=Verdana, sans-serif]Liang was skilled in a hundred arts, and had tried studying Five Elements Tongbei Quan, and studied 30 types of hard boxing. He studied the whip, flying darts, lightness skills, staff and spade, these weapons belonging to the Shaolin external styles, all to an extremely high level. When he went out to fight he won, and due to his knowledge, he could understand each art once he saw it. He was called "The Lark" 百靈鳥 . He often wore metal shoes to train his lightness skills. From a standing position, he could bend his knees and jump a foot higher than his own height. His high kicks were 3 inches higher than his head. The hollows in his palms were extremely large like, geese eggs, so one could see how strong his wrists were. His palms were also especially big, which were the fruit of eagle claw training.[/font]

[font=Verdana, sans-serif]When he was at Jing Wu, he was called one of the 4 heavenly protectors. One day when he was eating with relatives, there was a famous martial artist from another school on the next table. He did not know that Liang was a student of Eagle claw, and in a drunken state loudly criticized the Eagle Claw's School as impractical. Upon hearing this Liang was not happy, and wanted to demonstrate his skills. Just using the power from backside, the opponent was unable to keep his balance and fell to the ground, knocking his own table over. Have suffered a grave humiliation, he asked Liang what style he studied. Liang laughingly replied that he studied Eagle Claw, and his opponent knew had put his foot in it, and was deeply ashamed.[/font]

[font=Verdana, sans-serif]One of the stories that people liked to share about Liang Zipeng's kung fu was related to when he was living in Shanghai, and the building he was living in caught fire, and started to spread from the top downwards. Fleeing using the stairs was impossible, realizing the situation was dire, and his mother and wife were not strong, Liang was scared momentarily witless.  Necessity being the mother of invention, he took a long rope and tied it around his waist, and then carrying his mother he parasailed down the building using the rope. After this mother was safe he went back for his wife and elder daughter, but also had a younger daughter who was still a toddler and had been sleeping on the mat in the middle of the room, due to his agitated mental state he had forgotten about her, only after the rest of the family had reached the street level safely did he realize and went back up on the rope, but the fire was burning brightly now, and he unable go back in and eventually had to sacrifice this valuable life, this was something he regretted his whole life. Afterwards, the newspapers also published this incident and mentioned that he was a disciple of Chen and this incident greatly increased his fame. [/font]

[font=Verdana, sans-serif]He was also associated with Ma Cheng Xin who was a disciple of the Mantis Grandmaster Luo Guang Yu, and they were both hot blooded youths. Ma Cheng Xin became famous in Shanghai because he took part and placed first in the National Sports Guoshu Competition. So when Master Luo Guang Yu later went south to Canton and Hong Kong to spread Mantis, he passed all his teaching responsibilities to Ma, who became head of the Mantis School without intending to do so. However when Chen went South, he had originally planned to hand over his position at Jing Wu to Liang, but due to Liang's flourishing business, and that to him martial arts was an extra-curricular activity, he did not want to advance himself in the world of Guoshu. and humbly declined. He would help out at the Association from time to time, out of duty and would spar with some of the students there. At this time the number of the masters at Jing Wu were as numerous as the clouds, and as a member, Liang was very interested in further researching the internal arts, he was very good friends with Wu Jian Quan and Tian Jiao Lin. He had already begun to study Taijiquan and also studied Baguazhang under Jiang Xin Shan and continued doing so until the Japanese invaded and destroyed the Jing Wu Association in Shanghai.[/font]

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[b][font=Verdana]The Yiquan absorbed by Bruce Lee[/font]

[/b][font=Verdana]Although the time Bruce spent learning Yiquan was short, the philosophy of Yiquan deeply influenced the framework and principles of his Jeet Kuen Do. [/font]

[font=Verdana]1. There is no taolu, any sequence or movement can be used[/font]

[font=Verdana]The core of Yiquan is not to use any set methods, and to overcome the opponent in an instant. Thus the body has to be trained and prepared to a high level of fighting ability, with the ability to utilize explosive power at any time. One can react and counterattack at any time, and one does not waste time on extraneous flowery movements. [/font]

[font=Verdana]2. Search out one's own strengths, train appropriately, and set up one's own system[/font]

[font=Verdana]According to Liuhebafa, one has to be a bee collecting pollen from a hundred flowers, taking the best of other schools and digest them to become one's own.[/font]

[font=Verdana]3. Wu De (Morality)[/font]

[font=Verdana]Do not waste your time being a rascal on the streets, one must have culture and refinement, one must study the ancients, one must become a person with manners and dignity, be humble, self controlled and forgiving, and a master who enthusiastically helps others. [/font]

[font=Verdana]4. Search out one's identity[/font]

[font=Verdana]One must constantly reflect, stand and experience the flow of Qi in the body, and understand the smallest changes in the muscles of the body, the impact of the external weather and environment on one's thoughts and emotions, seek movement in stillness and calmly react to change.[/font]

[font=Verdana]5. Softness can overcome hardness[/font]

[font=Verdana]Only when the muscles are relaxed, can one's movements be fast and react with explosive energy.[/font]

[font=Verdana]6. Throw the opponent several feet away[/font]

[font=Verdana]When Bruce studied martial arts in the past, it was to beat people, Yiquan uses the whole frame of the body to throw the opponent flying. This led Bruce to later try to make the opponent fly in both his movies and his teaching.[/font]

[font=Verdana]7. Utilize the whole body strength[/font]

[font=Verdana]In the past, Bruce would use his attack to cause the opponent pain, but began to understand the importance of full body power through Yiquan, with the whole body framework, even if the opponent resists, the whole body power will rise up to break the opponent, leaving him no way to block or deflect.[/font]

[font=Verdana]8. Jeet Kuen[/font]

[font=Verdana]The principle of Yiquan is that if the opponent moves slightly, I will reach first and catch the opponents movement, rendering him unable to use his strength, covering his entire body. Bruce later developed Jeet Kuen Do which incorporated this principle. [/font]

[font=Verdana]9. Extend your hand[/font]

[font=Verdana]Extend your hands, do not retract, extend the hands fully to your opponent, use one's frame to block the opponent. If you retract, you will lose your ability to defend.[/font]

[font=Verdana]10. Issue sound[/font]

[font=Verdana]Master Liang liked to issue sound when he fa jin, whether he was practicing tuo yao or walking step he would also issue sounds, and he would use different kinds of sequenced sounds, to throw the opponent away. He would use his sound to augment his presence and intimidate. His disciple Sun Dit was very good at this. Bruce Lee also used his teaching in his movies.[/font]

[font=Verdana]11. Solid and real and not empty[/font]

[font=Verdana]Everytime you attack, it needs to be accurate, brutal and effective, it has to be a real attack and not a fake flowery movement, every movement has its use, and has to maintain the balance and frame, using the full power, it is practical and useful.[/font]

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