BASIC HAND TECHNIQUES OF STATIONARY CHI SAU
Sifu Tim Franklin and Sifu Robin Gamble review all the basic hand techniques of attack and defence. These techniques cover all the four levels of top, middle, bottom and sides, and include theleft mode and the right mode, as well as the out-gate approach and the in-gate approach. These techniques are practiced in stationary chi sau.
Many people may find it hard to believe, but if one is proficient in these techniques, he can handle all hand attacks! What happens if an opponent kicks or apply felling or chi-na techniques. These types of attacks will be dealt with later. What happens if an opponent disengages from chi sau? Can the Wing Choon practitioner handle such attacks? Of course he can, and the skills to do so will be dealth with later too.
Basic Hand Techniques of Stationary Chi Sau
|Top Out-Gate||Top Out-Gate||Top In-Gate|
|Middle Out-Gate||Middle In-Gate||Bottom Out-Gate|
|Bottom In-Gate||Side Out-Gate|
|Side In-Gate||Side In-Gate||Timing and Spacing|