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DOWNLOAD: Tyler Rea - Jook Wan Heun System - Bundle - Foundations 02 - Chi Sao Sets

 
These lessons teach the fundamental Chi Sao training exercises for the Wing Chun Jook Wan Huen Bamboo Ring system. First a demonstration of the sets are given, and then detailed explanations follow. Learn More >>
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Course Info:
Teacher: Sifu Tyler Rea
Lineage: Lee Bing Choi -> Edmund Kwai -> Tyler Rea -> You
System: Wing Chun Jook Wan Huen Bamboo Ring System
Course: Jook Wan Huen Foundations

Technical:
Resolution: HD 720p (1280x720)
Running Time: 1 hour 7 minutes

Lesson Info:
Step/Lesson: Lessons 06-07, 10-14 & 16 of 21
Topic: Chi Sao Sets and Details

These lessons teach the fundamental Chi Sao training exercises for the Wing Chun Jook Wan Huen Bamboo Ring System. First, a demonstration of the sets are given, and then detailed explanations follow.

Below is a list of the video lessons included. Please note the lessons are numbered according to the overall place in the complete foundation course:

Lesson 6 - Jook Wan Chi Sao sets 1- 6 (An overview)
In this video segment, the first of the Jook Wan sticking hands progressions are demonstrated to give a student a frame of structural reference when transitioning from solo ring practice to partnered. (TRT 14:30 m)

Lesson 7 - Jook Wan Chi Sao sets 7- 12 (An overview)
In this video segment, the first of the Jook Wan sticking hands progressions are demonstrated to give a student a frame of structural reference when transitioning from solo ring practice to partnered. (TRT 11:03 m)

Lesson 10 - Loy Moon Kwan Sao Chi Sao details
Sticking hand practice and Application details for Loy Moon Kwan Sao are presented highlighting the similarities to the Filipino drills of Hubud Lubud.
Attention to correct points of rotation and pivot are covered with an eye toward the principle of "No retraction of the bridge" and the necessity to limit grasping as much as possible. (TRT 6:59 m)

Lesson 11 - Seung Look Sao Chi Sao details
Featured are basic attacks from within chi sao of the Double rolling hands reference position. This first of many videos showcasing the Seung Look sao mechanic of movement is meant to teach the many fantastic applications of this under-appreciated training movement as within Jook Wan practice. (TRT 5:50 m)

Lesson 12 - Kwan Sao Chi Sao details
This oldest of the Jook Wan Chi Sao sets cultivate the inherent 2-way independence of the bridge arms and importance of turning power (Cheun Ging). The sticking hands structural similarities of several southern fist methods such as Southern Mantis and White eyebrow are found here as well. (TRT 9:14 m)

Lesson 13 - Po Pai Jeung Chi Sao details
Considered the most tactically adaptive Sticking hands method, the Po Pai Jeung permits the Wing Chun practitioner to apply no less than four fundamental pivots to neutralize any attackers power. This crucial movement deemed Superior by many systems cultivates the highest levels of bridge arm cohesion, articulated internal palm strike power and advanced trapping tactics. (TRT 13:53 m)

Lesson 14 - Seung Fak Sao Chi Sao details
This rarely known Sticking hands method highlights the cornerstone principle of "Thrusting forward when the hands is freed." Initially presented as a seemingly linear sticking progression it is over time meant to morph into a dynamic spherical bridge arm method to neutralize and discharge power from several directions. (TRT 2:05 m)

Lesson 16 - Basic Lop Sao progressions
This video presents a series of standard Lop sao or deflecting hands switch drills. These particular drill are very useful when dealing with an armed attacker. (TRT 3:26 m)
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