The transcript below is from the video “Don’t Mess With KungFu Masters | Extreme Shaolin Training” by BRUTAL TV.

Camrone from BRUTAL TV:

Extreme Shaolin training. There is a difference in being a master and being proficient. Being proficient can be done in a relatively short time of 5 to 10 years. Being a true master takes substantially longer. That being said most of the Shaolin you see today, isn’t the real original Shaolin but a government-controlled version. That is more for demonstration than for real fighting.

Camrone from BRUTAL TV:

It’s the journey which makes a master. Being a master in the martial arts is a destination. In order to become better than anyone else, you must first become better than yourself. Well, most train from the age of 5 to 7 years old. And by the time they’re in their 20s, they pretty much master at least all the basics. Luohan fists and staff forms, plus any other styles they can.

Camrone from BRUTAL TV:

The training is by far not that easy to do and the time limit is not too important. So, if you think they train in 24-hour period from 14 to 18 hours a day, it doesn’t take too long. Most of us don’t have that time. Remember they live in the temple, so, they don’t need to leave. They train for one reason; to become better persons and not human weapons.

Camrone from BRUTAL TV:

A master has been training for more than 50 to 60 years and is in their 60 to 70s. It takes decades to understand a single style and a lifetime to master it long time. Do not believe the movies you see. It’s not real.




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