4 Concussives Part 3

4 Concussives Part 3

 This segment is demonstrating and explaining the third type of concussive power, again using one of the more recognizable postures in all Tai Chi Styles is the Pushing Hands (Tui Shao) posture. It’s not just for pushing, in fact they it is a very potent and focused...

4 Concussives Part 2

Based Shock Based Concussion We will be demonstrating and explaining the second type of concussive power, again using one of the more recognizable postures in all Tai Chi Styles is the Pushing Hands (Tui Shao) posture. It’s not just for pushing, in fact they it is a...
Tai Chi Push

Tai Chi Push

4 Concussive's - Part 1 One of the more recognizable postures in all Tai Chi Styles is the Pushing Hands posture. But it’s not just for pushing, in fact they are very potent and focused attacks for Kyusho. Concussion is not a simple metric as it comes in many forms...
Bon Sao Hook

Bon Sao Hook

Concussive Striking The forte of the Crane Style is in it's concussive strikes. As Wing Chun is a derivative of the White Crane Style, we then must look at its concussive striking, but not simply in it's outward fisted applications. We must look at every tool and...
Bon Sao Constriction

Bon Sao Constriction

Continuing on from the last exploration of offensive uses found in the Wing Chun, "Bon Sao" (tool, method, application) as a defensive mode, we now research the inherent "Constriction" hidden within. Often people only see what is presented without taking in the full...
Bon Sao Leverage

Bon Sao Leverage

In the Clinch Most Practitioners use the the forward forearm with a rising elbow, for a purely defensive action. This arm action is seen in Wing Chun as well as other Karate Katas (Nai Han Chi Nidan as example) and many other Martial Styles. But it is almost always...
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