I learned a set from Shantung (sp?) Black Tiger, but I don't know how legitimate it is, or even if it's a real style (or even somehow related to "Shaolin Tiger Kung Fu"), but it was similar enough to the Southern Shaolin tiger set I was learning at the time as well.Quote:
Originally Posted by Mr_Mantis
I actually preferred the Shantung set, because of the difficulty of some of the moves and transitions. It was more difficult to do, and required a bit more strength. But when the guy told me I had to switch to an almost all red meat diet to truly unleash the potential of the style, I had to second guess the "potential". Of course that's what he was told, and didn't really expect me to do the same.