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Continues with explanations of Biu Jee principles, including lowline exclusion, spring 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, finger strikes to the eyes and throat, multi attack, groundfighting and more. Learn More >>
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Randy Williams - Wing Chun Gung-Fu 26 - Biu Jee Concepts and Principles Part 2

Continues with explanations of Biu Jee principles, including lowline exclusion, spring 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, finger strikes to the eyes and throat, multi attack, groundfighting and more.

Format: Digital Download
Resolution: 640 x 480
Languages: English
Length: 48 min.

Note: These videos are copies of the original VHS series. The publisher simply copied the VHS tape to video without menus or extras. Think of them as flat video tapes.


Review from Ted Mancuso from Plum Publishing:

"Biu Jee is the highest hand form in most Wing Chun branches. It takes the energies developed in the other two forms and refines them to pinpoint accuracy and power. This master form is the kind you could learn in a month and practice for a lifetime. Finger movements are introduced, per the name, but also the movements correspondent to this form's OTHER name: Gup Gow Sao or 'emergency hand'. We had a similar thing in Kenpo with what some of us called 'Oops' techniques, which were the kind of crude and effective things that you did when things turned nasty quickly. In this SECOND part of the THREE PART series on this form Sifu Williams introduces the form and then, while doing the breakdowns, goes into lengthy and thorough details of the applications and meanings of Biu Jee components, which include sticky footwork, kick evasion, butting elbow strikes, hair grabs, complex arch attacks and much more."
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