MOVING FROM TECHNIQUE-LEVEL TO SEQUENCE-LEVEL IN SPARRING
Here the course participants begin a new aspect of combat training. Grandmaster Wong asks them to choose three suitable Wing Choon techniques and link them together to form a combat sequence, and apply this combat sequence on an opponent in pressing attacks. This brings sparring from a technique-level to a sequence-level.
Many people spar at a random level, i.e. they spar randomly. The more experienced martial artists spar at a technique-level, i.e. they use techniques. Here we move to a sequence-level. Of course your opponent may not follow your sequence. He may respond outside of the sequence you have planned. This will be systematically dealt with.
|Class Practice||Class Practice||Molly and John|
|Not Brutal Strength||Not Like This|
|Slap Hand||Chopping Hand|
|George and Greg||Troy and Calvin||Sifu Mark and John|