After a highly successful wrestling career, he turned his sights to San Shou or Sanda —a Chinese-based full contact sport that utilizes punch-kick combinations and allows takedowns and throws. With his brilliant kickboxing and wrestling skill set, it didn't take Le long to excel at San Shou. Utilizing spectacular kicks and earth shattering throws, Le dazzled the masses. By Mr. Marc Wickert on Nov 14,
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Shop Now! Add to Cart. Skip to the end of the images gallery. Skip to the beginning of the images gallery. Product Details. He earned three bronze medals in his amateur Sanshou world competition. He has been a three-time captain of the United States teams and was the U. In May , Le entered into K-1 competitions where he garnered a career record, including 1 knockout. Le made his highly anticipated mixed martial arts debut on March 10, , San Jose, CA by knocking out kickboxing rival Mike Altman at of the first round.
On Dec. Also covered in the video are the proper type and use of training equipment and the basic rules of Sanshou.
In addition, Le demonstrates ways to counterattack an opponent's jab cross- uppercut- roundhouse kick- and other offensive moves. Volume 3:Effective Takedown of Sanshou DVD-CL : This DVD Includes slow and fast motion demonstrations of a variety of throws and takedowns for each type of kick, leg uproots, as well as sweeps and leg catches that are the key to creating your own winning strategy.
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San Shou: The Complete Fighting System
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After a highly successful amateur-wrestling career, he quickly turned his sights on the world of Sanshou—a Chinese-based full-contact sport that utilizes strikes, takedowns, and throws. With an already brilliant kickboxing and wrestling skill set, Le quickly climbed to the top of Sanshou mountain. Utilizing spectacular kicks and earth-shattering throws, he went undefeated in seventeen professional fights. Although he had run through the competition, he felt driven to test his skills yet another combative arena—the sport of mixed martial arts. In Sanshou: The Complete Fighting System, for the first time, Cung Le unveils the techniques that made him one of the most recognizable names in the world of martial arts. He demonstrates dozens of elaborate striking combinations that allows you to penetrate through even the toughest defense. From the clinch, he shows devastating knee strikes and a multitude of his infamous high amplitude throws, such as the arm throw and body lock suplex.