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Leo Au Yeung - Wing Chun First Form: Sil Lim Tao

 
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The first Wing Chun form explained from the official fight choreographer of the Ip Man Movies. Running Time: 44 mins Resolution: 1280 x 720 Learn More >>
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Leo Au Yeung - Sil Lim Tao

Part 1 Demonstration on the First section of the first form. The objective of the first section of the first form Go though the stance feet position, body position etc. Drill and application on cross hand against hand grab, Drill and application on centre line punch, Drill and application on Tan sau Drill and application on Fook sau Drill and application on Pak sau

Part 2 Demonstration on the second section of the first form The objective of the second section of the first form Drill and application on side palm Drill and application on double hand up against hold from back Drill and application on inside tan Drill and application on Cham sau Drill and application on jut sau and bui Gee .

Part 3 Demonstrate the third section of the first form The objective of the third section of the first form Drill and application on pak sau and side palm Drill and application on gaun sau Drill and application on low plam Drill and application on bong sau Drill and application on continuous biu Gee.

Running Time: 44 mins
Resolution: 1280 x 720

Master Leo Au Yeung was the official fight choreographer for the award-winning films Ip Man (2008), The Legend is Born: Ip Man (2010), and Ip Man: The Final Fight (2013).

He incorporates mixed martial arts (MMA) techniques into his choreography. By so doing, he adds a realistic touch to southern kung fu. 

The one versus ten dojo scene in Ip Man was one of Leo Au Yeung's masterpiece. It perfectly combines Chinese (Wing Chun) and Western martial arts skills (joint locking, taken down, and ground fight).

His influence in martial arts cinema also receives media attention in the United Kingdom. In 2016, the BBC and UWE Bristol produced a documentary, Mastering Wing Chung, featuring Au Yeung. His latest choreographical work involves original film and TV series with Marvel Studios.

Trailer covers all 3 videos in the series.