The 2006 FA Cup Final was undoubtedly one of the greatest Cup Finals in it's illustrious 125 year history. An epic match that had maximum drama, a flurry of great goals and a fantastic atmosphere. The path to the final this year was also rich with the magic that has become synonymous with The FA Cup.
This Two Disc DVD has three programs and runs over 5 hours. You'll see all The Great Goals from every round, The Season Review and The Complete Final Match, one of the greatest games you'll ever see.
A demonstration of a kungfu style named Liu He Ba Fa (6 Harmonies, 8 Methods), also known as "Waterboxing" or "Hwa You Tai Chi"
Liu He Ba Fa (also called: Six Harmonies Eight Methods, water boxing, Temple Style, or Hwa Yu after the mountain where it was conceived, alternately spelled: LiuHeBaFa, Liu Ho Pa Fa, Lok Hup Ba Fa, Lok Hop Pat Fat, and abbreviated as: LHBF or LHPF) is a form of Chinese nei-gong or internal exercise with combat fighting applications. It is the 'fourth internal art', the other three being Xingyiquan, Baguazhang and Taijiquan.
Its principles are associated with a 'water' exercise method said to date from the Song Dynasty (960-1279). The Taoist sage Chen Po (Chen Tuan, Chen Xi Yi, Chen Hsi I) is credited with its development. He was associated with the Hua Shan Taoist monastery on Mount Hua in Shensi Province.
Liu He Ba Fa proponents say that it contains form and principle elements from the arts of Xingyiquan, Baguazhang and Taijiquan. Each of these art forms are believed by some schools to share principles extending back to various precursor disciplines, Tao Yin, for one example.
The 'core' exercise is usually taught in 66 forms, in two parts, for health or martial purposes. The complete Liu He Ba Fa system, taught in Nanjing by Wu Yi Hui, includes training derived from external styles reworked to complement the core form. There are very few teachers with the full knowledge of the LHBF system.