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Wing Chun Level 3

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Level 3  - Medium blue sash

Section 1

1. Drills:
   a) Jut Sao / punch and roll punch
   b) Half front step - Jut Sao / punch and roll punch
   c) Pak Sao / punch and roll punch
   d) Pak Sao / punch and roll punch
       Bil Sao / front kick and roll punch

2. Form: Shil Lim Tao to second Pak Sao

3. Techniques:
   a) Double round punch - high and low
      i) parallel arm - Bil Sao and Kan Sao with roll punch
      ii) cross arm - Pak Sao and Bil Sao with roll punch

   b) Round punch
      i) parallel arm - Bil Sao, front kick from half side step (from side neutral)
      ii) cross arm - Pak Sao, front kick and step forward with roll punch

   c) Lower round punch - Garn Sao and Garn Sao and punch with roll punch

   d) Front choke with 2 hands - step back with eye flick, Pak Sao

4. Wing Chun general strategy in combat

5. Benefits 1 to 6: 1 . Improves self discipline; 2. Improves self confidence; 3. Improves self esteem; 4. Improves respect for others; 5. Improves reflexes and co-ordination; 6. Improve eye focusing.

6. Principles 1 to 5: 1. Centre line; 2. Train to use two arms at the same time; 3. Avoid fighting force with force; 4. Watch the elbow; 5. Use linear striking action.
 

Section 2

1. Drills:
   a) Tan and punch b) Bil and front kick

2. Form: Shil Lim Tao to Tan / Kan

3. Techniques:
   a) against front kick - Pak Sao block, Larp Sao and roll punch
   b) against Low round - Kan Sao, punch and roll punch
   c) offensive - 
      i) parallel side - step forward, pin elbow with Pak Sao, punch and roll punch
      ii) cross side - step forward, Larp Sao to pin elbow, punch and roll punch
   d) self defence techniques: against head lock
      i) jab to the eye and elbow to the solar plexus
      ii) bring the arm behind the attacker, grab to the hair or the eye, and strike to the throat

4. Chinese terminology

5. Benefits 1 to 7: 1 . Improves self discipline; 2. Improves self confidence; 3. Improves self esteem; 4. Improves respect for others; 5. Improves reflexes and co-ordination; 6. Improve eye focusing; 7. Improves contact reflexes (Chi Sao).

6. Principles 1 to 6: 1. Protect the centre line; 2. Train to use two arms at the same time; 3. Avoid fighting force with force; 4. Watch the elbow; 5. Use linear striking action; 6. Uses pressure points to make striking techniques more effective.
 

Section 3

1. Drills:
   Bon and Larp punch Pak Sao --> Tan Sao
   Pak and Bil Sao Pak Sao --> Bon Sao --> Larp Sao

2. Form: Shil Lim Two to Bon / reverse palm

3. Techniques:
   
a) Tan Sao against Round punch and roll punch
    b) Grab from behind - Larp to elbow / kick roll punch
    c) Pak Sao / Bil Sao against round punch
    d) Bil Sao / Pak Sao against round punch
    e) Kan Sao block against front kick and roll punch

4. Benefits 1 to 8: 1 . Improves self discipline; 2. Improves self confidence; 3. Improves self esteem; 4. Improves respect for others; 5. Improves reflexes and co-ordination; 6. Improves eye focusing; 7. Improves contact reflexes (Chi Sao); 8. Improves speed and power.

5. Principles 1 to 7: 1. Protect the centre line; 2. Train to use two arms at the same time; 3. Avoid fighting force with force; 4. Watch the elbow; 5. Uses linear striking action; 6. Uses pressure points to make striking techniques more effective; 7. All exercises in Wing Chun are linked with the development of internal energy (Chi).



 

 
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