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7.A.1 - Muk Yan Chong




Muk Yan Chong - 1. Section


7.B.0 - Sum of all Basic "0" exercises:

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All together in FIGHTING and POWER PRINCIPLES.

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7.B.1 - Defence against Lap/Pull:

From Fighting Stance - Both from diagonal contact.

If opponent pulls rather than punches and Fook Wu (4.C.1) can't be done, the pull direction dictates various options:

If opponent executes horizontal Lap/Pull from diagonal contact, react with Fook/Noi Bong and Chasing Step.

If opponent executes vertical Lap/Pull from diagonal contact, react with Huen to Fook/Wu and long Chasing Step.


7.C.1 - Fook/Wu - Jam/Chaan :

From basic Poon Sau (4.C.2) to 2. Attack (Inside Pak) (6.C.1)

Against A's 2. Attack (Inside Pak), B lowers inside Fook into Fook (Shock) while rotating forward, creating room for Noi Bong to release into Wu, followed by Jam/Chaan (Hammer) before landing with Short Step.

                                                                      Shock/Hammer - Fook /Chaan - One/Two



7.C.1 - Fook/Wu - Jam/Chaan :

From basic Poon Sau (4.C.2) to 2. Attack (Inside Pak) (6.C.1)

Against A's 2. Attack (Inside Pak), B lowers inside Fook into Fook (Shock) while rotating forward, creating room for Noi Bong to release into Wu, followed by Jam/Chaan (Hammer) before landing with Short Step.

                                                                      Shock/Hammer - Fook /Chaan - One/Two



7.C.2 - Chaan/Noi Bong Defense against Horizontal Lap/Pull:

From basic Poon Sau (4.C.2) to 2. Attack (Inside Pak) (6.C.1)

Against A's 2. Attack, B lowers inside Fook into Fook while rotating forward, creating room for Noi Bong to release into Wu, which is, upon the diagonal contact with a's Chaan, lap'ed or pulled horizontally, B reacts by Chaan and Noi Bong (rapid elbow contra pull), to ensure frontality by keeping distance between wrists, before landing with Short Step.


                                                        If Elbow can't push, then Pull - If Knife can't stab, then cut.


If B's above Fook/Wu defense (7.C.1) lacks of a proper Fook and Wu comes first, A can, upon the diagonal contact, do the Chaan/Noi Bong defense.


7.C.3 - Fook/Wu Defense against Vertical Lap/Pull:

From basic Poon Sau (4.C.2) to 2. Attack (Inside Pak) (6.C.1)

Against A's 2. Attack, B lowers inside Fook into Fook while rotating forward, creating room for Noi Bong to release into Wu, which is, upon the diagonal contact with a's Chaan, lap'ed or pulled Vertically. B reacts by Huen/wrist rotation (palm up) (1./2. M.Y.C.) converting Wu into Fook and Previous Fook into Wu, followed by Jam/Chaan before landing with Short Step.


7.D.1 - Fighting situations: - Program 7.C.1 - 3 :

Always from Fighting Stance..

Upon diagonal contact, do Fook/Wu - Jam/Chaan.


If opponent does horizontal Lap/Pull upon sudden diagonal contact, execute Fook/Noi Bong.

If opponent does vertical Lap/Pull upon sudden diagonal contact, execute Huen to Fook/Wu.


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