FLOWING TECHNIQUES OFTEN USED BY INTERNAL KUNGFU PRACTITIONERS
Instead of meeting force with force, which many martial artists do, those who practice internal kungfu, like we do in Shaolin Wahnam, prefer flowing techniques which often exploit the opponents' momentum, and employ minimum force against maximum strength. In this second series, we share some of these techniques which are often used by internal kungfu practitioners.
Bail Moon from Sea Bottom against Crocodile Sweeps Tail
|Jarakhe Fad Hang - Crocodile Sweeps Tail|
Teoh Cheng Keat executes a swinging hook at Grandmaster Wong's head. Grandmaster Wong moves diagonally to his left side to avoid the force of the swinging leg, lifts it up and grips the opponent's groin using the Shaolin pattern, "Bail Moon from Sea Bottom".
Green Dragon Shoots Pearl against Push Elephant
|Yan Erawan - Push Elephant|
Teoh Cheng Keat rushes in fiercely to executes a knee strike at Grandmaster Wong. Grandmaster Wong retreats slightly to avoid the full force, sweeps away the knee strike and counter-strikes with his palm all in one smooth movement, using the pattern "Green Dragon Shoots Pearl".
Golden Dragon Plays with Water against Giant Throws Axe
|Ramasoon Kwang Kwan - Giant Throws Axe|
As Tech Cheng Keat jumps down with his elbow strike, Grandmaster Wong threads away the downward strike using "Golden Dragon Plays with Water", then attacks the opponent's face with a dragon-claw.
Angry Leopard Charges at Rock against Serpent Sneaks to Ocean Kingdom
|Nak Mood Badan - Serpent Sneaks To Ocean Kingdom|
Grandmaster Wong applies a kick at Teoh Cheng Keat. Teoh Cheng Keat steps aside and kicks at Grandmaster Wong's standing leg. Grandmaster Wong uses his kicking leg to sweep aside Teoh's leg, then strikes Teoh behind his head.
Golden Cockerel Locks Throat against King Ram Walks In Forest
|Prarama Dean Dong - King Ram Walks In Forest|
Teoh Cheng Keat jumps down with an elbow srike. Grandmaster Wong avoids the strike and locks Teoh Cheng Keat's throat with "Golden Cockerel Locks Throat".
Tame Tiger with Beads against King Narai Crosses Ocean
|Narai Kham Samud - King Narai Crosses Ocean|
As Teoh Cheng Keat rushes in with a flying kick, Grandmaster Wong retreats with "Tame Tiger with Beads" to avoid the kick, then covers the opponent and strikes him.
Separate Clouds to Look at Sun against Cut the Giant's Neck
|Bansean Thodsokan - Cut the Giant's Neck|
Teoh Cheng Keat comes in with flying knees. Grandmaster Wong avoids the knee attack and wards off the opponent's hands using the pattern, "Separate Clouds to Look at Sun". Then he locks the opponent's throat using "Golden Cockerel Locks Throat".
Hard, Forceful Counters often used by External Martial Artists
Flowing Techniques often used by Internal Kungfu Practitioners
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