TOP AND MIDDLE ATTACKS AND THEIR COUNTERS
Max and Jonathan review the various methods of taming and locking an opponent's hands, and simultaneously attacking him, as well as review their appropriate counters. In this series, the top attack and the middle attack are reviewed in the left mode and the right mode, as well as from the out-gate position and the in-gate position. Grandmaster Wong explains some finer points, like the rotation of the waist which enables small-sized exponents even without internal force to handle bigger-sized opponents, and the tactic of "no defecne direct counter" whereby opponents are hit as soon as they complete their attacks.
Top and Middle Attacks and their Counters
|Top Strike Out-Gate||Top Strike In-Gate||Sideway Palm|
|Sinking Bridge||Rotate the Waist||Fine Points|
|Sinking Bridge||Middle Strike Out-Gate||Middle Strike Out-Gate|
|Middle Strike||Hand Sweep||From In to Out|