Liang was born in Sichuan China in 1942. He began his Wushu
and Qigong training at age 6 and is a recipient of the Coach
of Excellence award by the Chinese government. In his younger
days he won many gold medals in provincial and national Wushu
and Shuaijiao competitions.
- Shou-Yu Liang Videos
- Shou-Yu Liang Books
Chi Chuan: 24 and 48 Postures With Martial Applications
- by Shou-Yu Liang.
Fu Elements: Wushu Training and Martial Arts Application
Manual - by Shou-Yu Liang. Includes Classifications
of Wushu styles, history, and philosophy; Traditional methods
for building a strong foundation; Techniques for developing
powerful kicks; Sanshou fighting applications and combinations;
Effective uses of grappling (Qinna) and takedown (Shuaijiao)
techniques; Iron Sand Palm training and Cavity Press (Dianxue);
Internal Strength; and Light Body.
Wuji System Free Fighting Take Down Routine - by Shou-Yu
Liang. Shuaijiao (take down) is used during close range
combat situations where kicking and punching are not applicable
or effective. Shuaijiao techniques are often trained individually.
The Xiaoyaoshuai routine links together 36 effective and
practical techniques, seamlessly from one application to
the next; making it easy to learn take down techniques with
or without a partner. Xiaoyaoshuai is the first published
take down routine in the history of Chinese martial arts.
(Emei Baguazhang: Theory and Applications) - by Shou-Yu
Liang. Includes translations of Sun Lu Tang's "The
Study of Baguazhang" and "The Real Meaning of
Boxing". Teaches the basic Baguazhang set taught at
the Central Kuoshu Institute at Nanking... a form known
as "Old Eight Palms" from the Fu Chen-Sung lineage. Concentrates
on the Shuaijiao (take down) elements of the form. Includes
the "Swimming Dragon" form and the "Deer Horn Swords"
Fast Wrestling for Fighting: The Art of San Shou Kuai Jiao
- by Shou-Yu Liang and Tai D. Ngo. Tai D. Ngo is a two-time
Internal Style U. S. Grand Champion and martial arts instructor.
75 throws and takedowns against punches, kicks, and grabs.
460 photos. Unlike other grappling styles, San Shou Kuai
Jiao's approach is to throw your opponent quickly to the
ground, without entangling yourself or being pulled to the
ground along with your opponent. The goal is to injure your
opponent with the throw and then permit yourself to quickly
remove yourself from the scene and the threat represented
by your opponent.
Yi Chuan: Theory and Applications (Chinese Internal Martial
Art) - by Shou-Yu Liang.