Wednesday, January 03, 2018

Paladin Press - Tiger and Snake

Tiger and Snake

Offensive, Powerful, and Fast Combat Sanshou Techniques

with Wim Demeere

805966 067537
110 minutes


The author of the Combat Sanshou series (Combat Sanshou Part 1, Combat Sanshou Part 2 & Combat Sanshou Part 3), master martial scientist Wim Demeere, introduces a new curriculum into his training program, with different techniques geared specifically for heavy or lightweight fighters. Tiger and Snake is not a separate system and does not refer to the Tiger and Snake styles of Chinese martial arts, although there are similarities. This new program consists of new material added to enhance and broaden his existing Combat Sanshou curriculum. 

In Tiger and Snake, Demeere shows you how to mix tactics and mindset to maximize results. Tiger techniques develop power and strength, and are geared for big, strong fighters who are capable of powerful offensive strikes that will overpower an attacker and crush his will to fight. Snake techniques promote speed and precision, and are intended for small, fast guys who can channel their mean, vicious mindset to take down vulnerable targets quickly and decisively. 

From Tiger's mindset of crushing, gripping, pushing, twisting, and pulling to Snake's mindset of evading, redirecting, circling, whipping, and snapping, Demeere adapts his bodyweight to execute both styles and mixes them to demonstrate the effectiveness of both. After viewing the video, you can adapt the lessons to your specific body type. If you are big and strong, be a Tiger and exploit your power. If you are light and quick, be a Snake and strike fast and viciously. For information purposes only.


Wim Demeere began training at the age of 14, studying the grappling arts of judo and jujitsu for several years before turning to the kick/punch arts of traditional kung fu and full-contact fighting. Over the years he has studied a broad range of other fighting styles, including muay Thai, kali, pentjak silat and shootfighting. Since the late 1990s, he has been studying tai chi chuan and its martial applications. His competitive years saw him win four national titles and a bronze medal at the 1995 World Wushu Championships. In 2001, he became the national coach of the Belgian Wushu fighting team. A full-time personal trainer in his native country of Belgium, Wim instructs a wide variety of clients in martial arts, self-defense and physical conditioning styles. You can contact Wim through his website and at his blog.


1)The Tiger Mindset
- Preemptive Strikes 
- Gripping 
- Pushing 
- Pulling 
- Twisting 
- Crushing 
- Crushing on the Floor 
- Crushing on the Wall 
- Arm Clearing 
2) The Snake Mindset 
- Vulnerable Targets 
- Evasion 
- Evasion with Arm Movement 
- Sweeping Blocks 
- Two Hands Against One 
- Parry and Slide 
- Circling 
- Parry and Sweep 
- Multiple Strikes 
- Wrist Work 
- Same-Hand Defense and Attack 
3) Mixing Tiger and Snake 
- Starting with Snake 
- Starting with Tiger 
- Scenario Fights

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