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Tan Tui (弹腿) is a technique fundamental leg of Chinese martial arts.
But Tantui (弹腿 or 潭 腿) is also the name of a common exercise in many styles of Chinese martial arts of northern China of which there are many versions. It is classified as Changquan.
On the origins of Tantui there are some different stories:
- The Tantui would be taught in the temple Longtansi (龙潭 寺) in Linqing City in Shandong Province by a master of Kunlun.
- The Tantui would be the style of the family Tan 潭, village Tanjiagou (潭 家沟) in Henan Province.

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The forms of the Long Fist style emphasize fully extended kicks and striking techniques, and by appearance would be considered a long-range fighting system. In some Long Fist styles the motto is that "the best defense is a strong offense," in which case the practitioner launches a preemptive attack so aggressive that the opponent doesn't have the opportunity to attack. Others emphasize defense over offense, noting that nearly all techniques in Long Fist forms are counters to attacks. Long Fist uses large, extended, circular movements to improve overall body mobility in the muscles, tendons, and joints.
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