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6. STUDENT GRADE
 
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6.A.1 - Chum Kiu

Basic applications and comprehension of Chum Kiu as described in 4. / 5. Student Grade.




Footwork

 


 


 
 

6.B.0 - Arms Crossed deciding Power Leg / during Punch Walk:


PUNCH - MOVE !!! - “Set of with a punch”!!

Punch - Walk decides the FOOTWORK !!!










6.B.1 - Alt. defense against "Circular" Kicks:

When Taan Geuk can't be done due to either weight on the front leg or lack of balance, use Scisssors Gaan towards the kick, followed by immediate Biu Sau and Sweeping Taan towards the attacker's core line.



6.B.2 - Alt. defense against "Frontal" Kicks:

Against a Front kick from far aside, take angled step forward and cut back/in by Fook / Wu and Long Step (Chasing). Primarily used against multiple opponents, if one side is prefered due to tactical reasons.







 

6.C.1 - 2. Attack (Inside Pak):

From basic Poon Sau (4.C.2)

A attacks with Fook (0. Attack) while rotating forward, however meets resistance and converts Fook into Inside Pak against B's Inside Fook releasing Chaan and Short Step.





Comming up

 

7 Joints Structure - Siu Nim Tau 1.Section

2. Attack





Comming up

 

7 Joints Structure - Siu Nim Tau 1.Section

Fook /  Wu Defense



6.C.2 - Fook/Wu Defense:

From basic Poon Sau (4.C.2)

Against A's 2. Attack, B lowers Inside Fook into Fook while rotating forward, creating room for Noi Bong to release into Wu, and with following Short Step.



6.C.3 - Bong to Fook/Wu Defense:

From basic Poon Sau (4.C.2)

If pressure from A's Inside Pak collapses B's Inside Fook, B's Taan converts into "thrusting" Bong (Biu) during forward rotation, creating room for a rapid lowering of the Bong elbow into Fook attack and Wu, followed by Short Step.





Comming up

 

7 Joints Structure - Siu Nim Tau 1.Section

Bong /  Wu Defense





Comming up

 

7 Joints Structure - Siu Nim Tau 1.Section

Gam /  Dar



6.C.4 - Gam Dar (Chaan):

From basic Poon Sau (4.C.2)

If opponents Bong stiffens or lifts (rather than being forward) during Poon Sau, execute Gam into the opponent's Core line while rotating forward, to release Chaan via "trapped" Noi Bong, followed by Short Step.



6.C.5 - "1. Attack " Defense:

From basic Poon Sau (4.C.2)

If A's Gam execution is too cloce to B's "Bong elbow", B lowers elbow forward into 1. Attack (5.C.1) while rotating forward ending with Short Step





Comming up

 

7 Joints Structure - Siu Nim Tau 1.Section

Pei Jarn /  Chaan Defense





Comming up

 

7 Joints Structure - Siu Nim Tau 1.Section

Bong /  Wu Defense



6.C.6 - Bong to Fook/Wu Defense:

From basic Poon Sau (4.C.2)

If A's Gam execution is across the Attacking Line towards B's "Bong wrist", B Continues Bong (Biu) rotation, creating room for both lowering the Bong elbow into Fook attack and Wu, followed by Short Step.







‘Action speaks louder than a thousand words’




‘One Dar does more than a thousand Wu's ’

6.D.1 - Lat Sau - Program 6.C.1 - 6 :

 

From basic Lat Sau (1.D.1).

If opponents Fook stiffens upon contact, release Chaan by Inside Pak. Include when possible, the various defenses above.



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