IT IS RELATIVELY EASY TO HANDLE KARATE ATTACKS

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Grandmaster Wong explains how a skillful exponent may apply his planned sequence of attacks regardless of how his opponent responds!

Handling Karate attacks is relatively simple, because Karate attacks and defences are straight-forward. Indeed, if you practice the techniques shown in this video series well, you will have sufficient techniques to handle Karate exponents, including Blackbelts, quite competently. If you can successfully apply some of the felling and chin-na techniques shown in other videos, Karate opponents may not know how to counter your attacks, simply because these counters are not found in their repertoire of techniques.

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Felling an Opponent as he Attacks

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As soon as Andy, who poses as a Karate exponent, attacks Steve fells him onto the ground using “Lead Horse Back to Stable”. Grandmaster Wong says that unless your opponent is very skillful, if you practice this technique 30 times a day for six months, you can subdue him as soon as he attacks with a punch.

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Follow up with a Second Attack

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If your opponent is skillful and is able to block your counter-attack, you can follow with “Dark Dragon Draws Water” as in our basic Combat Sequence 6. Your initial counter-attack and follow-up attack should flow smoothly as if they were one pattern. Prior practice is necessary for successful application when the situation arises.

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Modify Attack According to Situation

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Now Andy responds to Steve counter-attack with an inward-blocking strike. Steve modifies his attack and subdues Andy onto the ground with “Lohan Tames Tiger”. Andy may use a different response, as in the second example, but Steve can still follow up with the same planned attack.

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Overwhelming Opponent with Smooth Flow

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The various counter movements must flow smoothly like one long continuous pattern. If you practice your planned sequence well, your opponent would be overwhelmed. If he makes any moves outside your sequence, you just make the necessary modifications or adjustments.

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Changing from Original to Modified Sequence

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Andy, posing as a Karate exponent, makes a move outside Steve's planned sequence. Steve makes an adjustment and follows up with modified sequence, where he fells the opponent with “Lohan Tames Tiger” instead of “Lead Horse Back to Stable” as in the original sequence. Steve must of course be very fluent with both the original as well as modified sequences.

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Variations from Original Sequence

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Here is another variation. Andy blocks Steve's counter-attack, and throws another right punch. Steve wards off and counters with “Dark Dragon”, followed by “Lohan Tames Tiger”. These variations are derived from the original sequence.

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Modifications to Meet Changing Situations

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Here is yet another variation. As Andy hands are close to his own body, Steve “tames” them with one hand and simultaneously attacks with the other hand in a Tiger-Claw. Andy neutralizes the attack, and counters with a horn punch. Steve intercepts and can follow up with another Tiger-Claw onto Andy's face, or resume his original sequence to subdue Andy using “Lohan Tames Tiger” or “Lead Horse Back to Stable”.

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Applying Planned Sequence Regardless of Opponent's Moves

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Steve wards off Andy's initial attack and counters with “Dark Dragon”. Andy block the attack and throws a swinging punch. Again, Steve wards off and counters with a Dark Dragon. Andy adjusts his body position and throws another swinging punch. Steve can counter with another “Dark Dragon” or proceed to the next planned movement, “Lead Horse Back to Stable” or “Lohan Tames Tiger”.

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Basic Sequence with a few Variations

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Here is another example of how you may apply your planned sequence regardless of the opponent's movements. The secret is modification, then continue with the planned sequence. When you are fluent with the basic sequence and a few variations, you can handle almost all attacks and defeces of your opponent.

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  1. Returning to the Basics
  2. Form, Force, Flow and Element of Threat
  3. Reviewing the Basic Combat Sequences
  4. Devising Strategies Using Combat Sequences
  5. Applying Strategies for Effective Combat
  6. Free Sparring with Prescribed Conditions
  7. Combat Sequences to Train Spontaneous Attacks and Responses
  8. Using Strategies and Tactics in Attack and Defence
  9. It is Heartening to see so Many People Using Kungfu in Free Sparring
  10. Felling and Gripping Techniques in Shaolin Kungfu
  1. How Sequence Training and Chi Flow Enhance Combat Efficiency
  2. The Tiger-Crane Set — Manifesting the Hard and the Soft in Shaolin Kungfu
  3. The Dragon-Tiger Set — Crystallization of Two Wahnam Traditions
  4. The Dragon-Form Set — Demonstrating that Softness Can be Very Powerful
  5. Shaolin Monkey Set — Symbolizing Spiritual Path from Cheekiness to Enlightenment
  6. Shaolin Five-Animal Set — Gist of Shaolin Forms and Essence
  7. Shaolin Pakua Set Set — An Exclusive Set Fit for Kings and Generals
  8. Combat Application pf Pakua — Sharing Secrets for Combat Efficiency
  9. Beginning to Learn some Monkey Tricks
  10. Refining Techniques in Combat
  1. Some Examples of High level Combat
  2. Collective Effort for Greater Benefits
  3. Can Sophisticated Kungfu Techniques be Used in Combat?
  4. Skills are usually More Important than Techniques
  5. One-Finger Shooting Zen — the Treasure of Shaolin Wahnam
  6. Raising Levels of Techniques and Tactics in Combat
  7. Bringing Combat Skills to More Sophisticated Levels
  8. Monkey Techniques are Flowing and Agile but can be Very Devastating
  9. Flowing with the Opponent's Momentum
  10. Beware of the Monkey Tricks
  1. Marvelous Techniques Beget Marvelous Techniques
  2. How to Raise your Level of Combat
  3. How you can Defeat your Opponents
  4. Employing Sophisticated Kungfu Techniques to Enhance Combat Efficiency
  5. Systematic Training is Essential for Combat Efficiency
  6. Raising Combat Efficiency from Basic to Advanced Levels
  7. Kungfu Philosophy and Swaying Willows
  8. Hands Pave the Way, Kicks to Clinch Victory
  9. Six Harmonies of the Double Tiger Claws
  10. The Amazement and Effectiveness of Monkey Kicks
  1. A Bag Full of Monkey Tricks
  2. Gentle and Flowing, yet Very Powerful
  3. Can your Responses still be Correct and Spontaneous in Real Fights?
  4. Incorporating Kicks into Combat Sequences
  5. Elaborate Patterns to Meet Complex Combat Situations
  6. The Benefits of Understanding and Applying Kungfu Philosophy
  7. Our Kungfu is a Training of Energy and Mind
  8. Ensuring Own Safety when Felling Opponents
  9. The Beauty and Profundity of Shaolin Felling Techniques
  10. Felling Techniques of the Dragon and the Monkey
  1. Felling an Opponent Without him Realizing What has Happened
  2. Pattern Analysis of the Tiger-Crane Set
  3. Tiger Patterns for Chin-Na, Against Kicks and Countering the Shoot
  4. Pattern Analysis of the Dragon-Tiger Set
  5. Revealing the Secret Tactic of Leak Hand
  6. From the Level of Techniques to the Levels of Tactics and Strategies
  7. Pattern Analysis of the Dragon-Form Set
  8. Effective Techniques for Fighting on the Ground
  9. Pattern Analysis of the Monkey Set
  10. Soft Techniques and Internal Force in Monkey Kungfu
  1. Interesting Monkey Patterns that are Deadly for Combat
  2. Pattern Analysis of the Pakua Set
  3. Pattern Analysis of the Five-Animal Set
  4. Variety of Techniques in Shaolin Five Animals
  5. Investigating the Combat Applications of Some Patterns
  6. Similar Patterns but Different Applications
  7. Effective Counters against Kicks, Grips and Knee Jabs
  8. Secrets of Skyward Cannon Punch in Continuous Attack
  9. Cannon Punch Towards Sky and Fierce Tiger Crouching on Ground
  10. Flowing Monkey Techniques against Powerful Tiger Claws
  1. Sophisticated Grips and Sophisticated Counters
  2. Breaking an Opponent's Elbow and Wrist
  3. Neutralizing Wrist Lock and the Three Harmonies
  4. Advanced Chin-Na Techniques and Counters
  5. Two Stories about Kicks
  6. How to Respond to Attacks Spontaneously and Correctly
  7. Can Beautiful Patterns and Flowing Movements be Effective in Combat?
  8. Linking Combat Sequences into a Set
  9. From Pre-Arranged Sparring to Combat Efficiency
  10. Crystalization of Combat Techniques from Past Masters
  1. Hei Sai or the Spirit of Energy
  2. Manifesting the Energy and Spirit of your Form
  3. Manifesting the Spirit of the Form
  4. Kungfu Practice is not just Physical Training but also Spiritual Cultivation
  5. Fluidity of Form, Energy and Spirit
  6. Shaolin Kungfu is Chi Kung and Meditation
  7. Revealing the Secrets of Shaolin Masters
  8. The Profundity of Shaolin Combat Application
  9. It is Easy to Fight against Boxers
  10. Avoiding a Boxer's Strong Points and Attacking his Weaknesses
  1. Some Effective Tactics against Boxers
  2. The Strategy of Not Allowing an Opponent to Escape
  3. The Strategy of Letting Trick Manifesting Trick
  4. The Strategies of Interception and of Striking Form
  5. Standardized Routines of Kick-Boxing Attacks
  6. Some Effective Counters to Kick-Boxing Attacks
  7. Felling a Kick-Boxer when he Kicks
  8. The Secrets of Two Tigers Subdue Dragon
  9. Shaolin Counters against Kick-Boxing and Karate
  10. Some Important Combat Philosophy and Principles
  1. It is Relatively Easy to Handle Karate Attacks
  2. Good Spacing When Executing Kicks
  3. A Variety of Taekwondo Kicks
  4. Effective Shaolin Counters against Taikwondo Kicks
  5. Trapping Legs and Subduing Opponents
  6. Making Expedient Changes to Surprised Attacks
  7. The Legacy of Sigung Ho Fatt Nam — Planting Willow in Front of Camp
  8. Having Fun in Throws and their Counters
  9. Sharing the Secret of Move Stance Change Step
  10. Some Unorthodox Felling Techniques Not Commonly Seen
  1. Felling Opponents with your Stances!
  2. Beware of Monkeys; they are Expert at Plucking Peaches
  3. Sophisticated Footwork and Leg Techniques of Monkeys and Gorillas
  4. Wrestling Throws are Found in Shaolin Kungfu Too
  5. Real Fighting is Different from Martial Sports
  6. Who Says there is no Ground-Fighting in Shaolin Kungfu
  7. An Incredible Secret of One-Finger Zen
  8. Understanding Muay Thai Fighting Strategies and Techniques
  9. Various Strategies to Counter Muay Thai Fighters
  10. Responding to Muay Thai Attacks Spontaneously and Correctly
  1. Avoiding Opponent's Strength and Attacking his Weakness
  2. Effective Ways to Counter Sweeping Kicks
  3. Effective Counters against Knee and Elbow Strikes
  4. Crouching Tiger against Grab Neck Elbow Strike
  5. Shaolin Kungfu for Combat Efficiency, Good Health and Spiritual Development

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