While Singing and Dancing

While teaching class the other day, George Xu said, "I am totally relaxed.  Fighting puts no strain on my internal organs and there is no effect on my breathing.  My legs are effortless, I have no root.  My jing and qi are completely distilled, I am fighting only with spirit.  Because of this I can beat you while singing and dancing!"

Then he started doing a rather strange Texas Two Step and singing what might perhaps be characterized as a guttural dirge, while knocking the student he was working with off his feet, as well as the two students who rushed him.

Naturally, me being me, I posited that perhaps George Xu had reverse engineered this notion from the deep past.  That 250 years ago it was common to associate martial arts with singing and dancing, and that of course the great masters could do all three at once.