FOUR SEQUENCES OF ASKING BRIDGE
To help students attain comprehensive skills in Asking Bridge in a systematic and cost-effective manner, Grandmaster Wong composed four sequences for their training. The skills and techniques are derived from Hoong Ka Asking Bridge, Wing Choon Sticking Hands, Wuzuquan Kneading Hands and Taijiquan Pushing Hands.
The techniques can be practiced using tiger claw, dragon hands or any suitable hand-forms. An important aim is to develop high-level sensitivity so that you may deflect an opponent's attack without looking at it. The "flow method", recently introduced in our school, proves to be very effective in this aspect as well as to develop internal force while practicing Asking Bridge.
An illuminating discussion of the Flower Set and Asking Bridge can be found here .
Please note: you can download the video clips onto your own computer and view them at your leisure. Place your computer pointer at the picture or one of the links, and right click. Choose “Save Target As”. Select the directory or sub-directory where you wish to keep the video clip. Click “Save”.
We would like to thank Sifu Roland Mastel for providing these videos.
23rd January 2011, Sungai Petani.
- Black Tiger Presents Claw
- Swimming Dragon Plays with Water
- Throw Ball in Waves
- White Crane Rustles Wings
Sequence 1: Black Tiger Presents Claw
Sequence 2: Swimming Dragon Plays with Water
Sequence 3: Throw Ball in Waves
Sequence 4: White Crane Rustles Wings
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