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Lamar Davis - Original Jeet Kune Do Seminars Vol 8 - Don Chi Sao & Seong Chi Sao

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This seminar covers the basics of Don Chi Sao (single arm sticking hands) and Seong Chi Sao (double arm sticking hands). Learn More >>
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Don Chi Sao & Seong Chi Sao

This seminar covers the basics of Don Chi Sao (single arm sticking hands) and Seong Chi Sao (double arm sticking hands). You will learn about proper structure, as well as how to flow with these drills. You will learn how the various defensive actions work together to help sense energy from an opponent, enabling you to quickly and almost effortlessly gain the superior position. These skills are a highly valuable part of Jeet Kune Do training, and while it may take many hours of training to get these movements down, you will find it more than worth the time and effort needed to develop this skill!

Resolution*: 634 x 480
Running Time Approx: 1 hour 15 mins

*This video comes from a VHS converted to DVD converted to Digital. Every effort was made to keep the quality high and at DVD resolution but there was not a lot of editing so you may see static and VHS commands on the screen - especially at the beginning and end of the video.


Sifu Lamar M. Davis II has travelled the world teaching seminars since the late eighties. This series includes footage from many of these seminars. Volume 4 even includes footage from the classroom in the mid to late 80's. Through this series of videos, you will see the progression of Sifu Davis' learning process and skill level, all the way from the footage mentioned above to a seminar taught just a few years ago in Canada. There are a wide variety of topics covered in these seminars, and just because the title may make it sound like some of the stuff is repeated, that does not mean that it will be the same material. Just a single question asked during a seminar can send the entire session in another direction, bringing out things that have never been filmed in a seminar before. So yes, all of these contain different material, and they are all well worth owning!
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