Knife Form Chi Sau Applications From Class (Sec 7)
In this blog we will take a look at section seven.
For the first of three videos we take a look at the Mun Sau from the start of section seven with a fun little technique.
In reality this would be aimed toward the groin and with power applied, but in Chi Sau we are only using it to show an entry point through the guard.
Although the entire Knife Form and its applications can be found and learned in full at wingchun.online this is a clip taken from my Leeds class showing a Chi Sau use of the techniques used in section seven.
Moving on then to the second video, we now take a look at the Tan to Jeng Sau while leaving from a Bong Sau.
We actually go through the shape of Bong while on route to Jeng from the Mun Sau (and then on to the Tan), but why not play the Jeng ‘after’ the Tan instead of before it?
During this video I make reference to changing to the Tan by relaxing into it, although this is best used by pushing forward, ‘into’ the Tan, this does make for a larger move but that is just what we are demonstrating as the Knife Form dictates.
During the previous video, ‘Part 2‘, I made reference to changing to the Tan by relaxing into it, although this is best used by pushing forward, ‘into’ the Tan, in this video we see the better results coming from this very change in approach.
I do hope you got something from these videos and do look out for the next blog on section seven (these blogs too can be found at wingchun.online).