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  5. What is Ngo Cho Kun?
    Ngo Cho Kun or Five Ancestors Fist is the combination and integration of the five South Shaolin kung fu styles (1)white crane; hip and shoulder movement technique, (2) Tai cho kung fu; power technique through muscle tensioning (3) Monkey fist kung fu; the stability, agility and mobility of foot work, (4) Lo Han boxing; the hand speed, accuracy and movements and (5) Da Mo; the breathing exercise better known as qi gong to strengthen internal organs and enhance energy control. These Five combine together = Ngo Cho Kun.
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