PRESSING ATTACKS, CHIN-NA AND TAMING HANDS

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Grandmaster Wong demonstrates some chin-na techniques on vital points

The start of Combat Sequence 3 is very useful for pressing attacks. An effective ay to stop a pressing attack is to counter with chin-na, which can disable an opponent by gripping his vital points. Good footwork and body-movement are necessary. But if you are skilful, you can release the chin-na grips and press on with your attack, taking care to ensure your own safety with appropriate taming hands.

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