Master Gary Danielson
8th Degree Black Belt
Kung Fu San Soo – Ancient Chinese Street Fighting
Kung Fu San Soo is a Southern Chinese fighting system that is for one thing. Real World Street Combat. San Soo is a centuries old system of fighting that uses leverage and striking vital areas of the human anatomy to control or incapacitate an attacker. This five family system of fighting was brought to the United States by Lo Sifu Chin Siu Dek in the early 1930s.
Centuries ago, Kung Fu San Soo started in the Quan Yin Monestary in the village of Pon Hong located in the Guangdong Province of Southern China.
The five families stress emphasis on different aspects of fighting. They are as follows:
Tsoi Ga (Punching, Kicking, and Blocking)
Li Ga (Leverages, Throws and Takedowns)
Hoi Ga (Pressure Points, Nerve Strikes etc)
Fut Ga (The word “Fut” in Chinese translates to Buddha. This symbolizes the Buddhist Monks in the Monastery who trained every day for the sake of health and learning to protect themselves against bandits. In China during that time it was common for bandits to lie in ambush and attack the Monks who brought food and other donations back to the Monastery. The Monks were not only fierce fighters, they could kill a man very easily if provoked. Fut in San Soo stresses the psychology of fighting. Learn how to fight smart which sometimes means taking the initiative to attack first.
Hung Ga (Power. Strong stances and powerful strikes )
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