How difficult is white crane boxing?

How difficult is white crane boxing? Where can I find a teacher near Cleveland, Ohio? I’ve never tried any type of kung fu.

3 Responses to “How difficult is white crane boxing?”

  1. Prajit  on August 4th, 2013

    Never did Kung Fu
    But white crane boxing is the predecessor to a lot of styles of karate
    Mainly Goju Ryu Karate.

    From whatever little that I have learned of it I would say it is pretty tough both on your will and body.

    But in the end of the day it all depends on instructor. Go and ask for a demo class.


  2. young blood warrior of arts  on August 4th, 2013

    its verry hard to find a place that teaches white crane boxing you are better off looking for hung gar its more easy to find a hung gar place plus hung gar has some moves from white crane boxing.


  3. Sandwitch  on August 4th, 2013

    It dosen’t matter if it is hard or not, just practice lots and you will be good it. Training in any martial art will be hard at first and the first few months will be HELL. If you can survive three months of suck you will stay, and after a year you will see major progress in your skill and fitness. I never did kung fu but i did karate, taekwondo, boxing, brazilian jiu jitsu and japanese jiu jitsu so i know stuff about this. when finding an instructor try to find a non profit place, they don’t look to steal your money and they teach because the have a passion for their martial art. if you don’t have any non profit then find a quality gym. if it looks like shit the that could be the quality of the instruction but watch the classes anyway. if instruction looks good and the students preform well join the gym. you can find a school with google


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