DIGITAL Wing Chun Gung Fu Biu Jee Concepts #2 VIDEO Williams
DIGITAL VIDEO FILE by Randy Williams WCW26-D The Wing Chun System is comprised of only three hand forms. Although the forms are few and easy to learn; to master them requiers patience; perseverance and determination. This mastery is vital; as the forms of Wing Chun are considered the keys to the system. The third hand form is Biu Jee or Shooting Fingers. CONCEPTS AND PRINCIPLES; PART 2 continues with more explanations of the Biu Jee principles and applications including: Lowline Exclusion; Springy Power; Fock Sau Blocking and Attacking; Defense vs. Rear Attack; Close Range Usage of Long Bridge Motions; Adding Yang Power to Yin Motions; Defeat of the Yin/Yang structure; Mixing Whirlpool and Straightline Energy; Gwot Sau Scooping; Chambering at Extremely Close Range; Angled Elbow Blocking; Finger Strikes to the Eyes and Throat; Sneak Attack; Multi Attack; Piercing Toe Kick; Horizontral Long Bridge Striking; Self-Timing of the Horizontal Whip; Escape from a Headlock; Radical Line Change vs. Mutliple Opponents; Iron Palm Strikes; Headlocking; Long Bridge Grabbing; Ginger Fist; Wraparound Hits for the Clinch or on the ground. Using Wing Chun Strikes as Blocks; Radical Power Line Changes; Upward Inner Forearm Strike; Arm Bars--Standing and on the Ground; Groundfighting; Arm Takes/Head; Elbow; Knee and Hand Smashes; and more!