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History of Kung Fu and the Origin of Chinese Martial Arts

Kung fu – ‘kung’ meaning ‘energy’ and ‘fu’ meaning ‘time’ – is a Chinese martial art whose recorded history dates back to around 525 AD, during the Liang dynasty. The man credited with introducing martial arts to China is said to be an Indian monk known as Bodhidarma (who is also known as Do Ma or Buddha, 506–556 AD).

Bodhidarma had devised a set of ’18 movement exercises’, which are also known as the ’18 hands exercises’; he taught these to his disciples in the Shaolin temple, believing that the development of a strong body would prevent the disciples from falling asleep during meditation.

The ’18 movement exercises’ had their origin in techniques formed and developed in the Himalayas; they were designed in such a way that daily practice of these techniques would strengthen and improve the health of the disciples.