Jing Quan Do

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Jing Quan Do is a modern synthetic martial arts style created by Alex Tao (Tao Zhong Xian) of Shandong province. Also known as China’s Police Combat Method, this style is a combination of different Chinese martial art styles designed for practical applications. Tao is now based in Southern California.

Alex Tao, a Chinese Kung Fu guru and a famous, martial arts master created Jing Quan Dao, AKA Cop Kwon Do, the most powerful kick boxing schema.

It is a result of dedicated research and extremely harsh training for over 20 years, and also a combination of techniques from many other powerful Kung Fu styles and master practices. The invention of Jing Quan Dao is regarded as an eminent milestone since Bruce Lee’s creation of Jie Quan Dao in the 1960’s.

The comprehensive scientific research on Jing Quan Dao involves the noted eight training systems, which develop both a trainee’s inner strong mind and outer toughness.

Such five functional features have been proven in body sculpting, self-defense, kick boxing and in-ring competition, Kung Fu movie roles, on-stage exciting martial arts show, and Qi Kung treatment to disease. It is not only the graceful and swift body movement arts in martial arts, but also a powerful weapon in a trainer’s mind and body.

Jing Quan Dao has been shown in more than a dozen countries, and received a wide range of endorsements, has been commended in the Kung Fu circle, and has achieved various outstanding winners. Jing Quan Dao is the rediscovery of diverse stunts from China with thousands of years of history, and it has contributed to the development of Kung Fu worldwide.

Jing Quan Dao’s training consists of four levels: entry, intermediate, advanced, and super, including module, schema, kickboxing, and Qi Kung. It has been formed into an explicit full vertical training course. The comprehensiveness and availability of this powerful Kung Fu can be effectively used in to train military or police special force.