ONE-FINGER SHOOTING ZEN AND BRIDGING GAP
Performing One-Finger Shooting Zen on a horse stance is demonstrated. One must know how to bridge gaps when continuing from one sequence to another while attacking. It is important to cover the opponent as the gap is bridged.
|One-Finger Shooting Zen||One-Finger Shooting Zen||Flowing Breeze|
|Standing Zen||Bridging Gap|
|Bridging Gap||Bridging Gap||The Connection|
We wish to thank Dr Damian Kissey and the Kissey Family, the honorary organizers, for taking meticulous care to make sure every course participant is happy and comfortable.
We also wish to thank Mr Godfery Kissey of Ogingo Videography, Penampang, Sabah, Malaysia for kindly provideing us with the videos. Godfery is also a member of our Shaolin Wahnam Family. His telephone number is 60-88-731788, and e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org.