The numerous styles and deviations of Kung-Fu characterize the movements and tendencies of a fighter. These are just a few of the hundreds of styles of the ancient art.
Snake, Eagle, Dragon, Tiger, and Crane (among others) are all styles based on the movements of animals and are highly specialized. Other, more generalized styles like Tai-Chi and Practical Chun-Cuk-Do are known by a great many more people than the animal styles and are overall more easily mastered.
There is one style, created by Bruce Lee that does not fall in these two categories. The Way of No Way infused every style together into the most advanced deviation of Kung-Fu. This was only ever mastered by Bruce Lee and although it seems to be the single most effective art, Chuck Norris has never taken on the skill.
Instead of being a mysterious old man in the remote
mountaintops of china, the master Bruce Lee was
actually quite famous for his place in show business.
His last film was Enter The Dragon, shown here. The
master mysteriously slipped into coma and died 3 months
before the premier.
Chuck Norris played in a few of Bruce Lee’s movies and was helped into fame by the late Martial Artist. His role in Walker, Texas Ranger made Norris an American icon even more powerful than Lee. This has brought about the misconception that Chuck Norris was more skilled in the arts of Kung-Fu.
With Kung-Fu and other martial arts, violence is commonplace; and with violence, comes video games. Some of the first video games that included Kung fu were Street Fighter, the Mortal Kombat series, and Double Dragon.
Kung-Fu is not easily mastered, and in my opinion, is one of the best forms of self defense. Most do-jo’s don’t allow students to touch a weapon until they have achieved their brown belt, or what have you. Bruce lee and Chuck Norris, among others are only a handful of people that have truly mastered the magnificent art of Kung-Fu…