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Wing Chun Level 6

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Level 6  - Dark brown sash

Section 1

1. Chum Kil - first part, left and right.

2. Drills:
    a) high side kick, step to side
    b) high round kick, step beside

    a) Tan to Larp
    b) counter against elbow strike from Bon
    c) hand touching

    a) leg block
    b) double palm and leg break

    Pak Sao and Kan Sao

    Bil and Tan
    Bon and Gum

3. Wooden Dummy:
8 - 10 movements

4. Character of Wing Chun 1 to 6: 1. Developed by a woman. Suited for people who don't want to use brute force; 2. Uses straight punches (can achieve up to 8 punches per second); 3. Teaches you to use two arms at the same time; 4. Develops contact reflexes by Chi Sao exercise; 5. Teaches watching the leading elbow and knee; 6. Simple and easy to learn.

5. Strategy 1 to 6: 1. Uses the centre line and therefore forces the opponent to use the outside path; 2. Controls the opponent's blind side; 3. Attack the opponent's balance; 4. Attack the opening; 5. Trap the leading elbow; 6. Pin the arms from the blind side.
 

Section 2

1. Chum Kil - first and left side second part

2. Drills:
    a) front kick
        ball of foot
    b) side kick
        snap - low
        thrust - low
    c) round kick
        ball - low
        instep - low

3. Chi Sao - random

4. Wooden Dummy
    11 - 14 movements

5. Techniques:
    Against Round Punch
    at side stance i) high ii) low

    Against Front Kick
    at side stance i) cross (inside) kick

    Against Side Kick
    at side stance i) Kan inside (front kick) ii) Kan outside (low round kick)

    Against Round Kick
    at side stance i) Pak (cross) and front kick ii) high Bon (parallel) and roll punch

    Entry Techniques
    a) parallel
    b) parallel - opponent steps back

6. Self Defence
    Attack from behind

7. Cross arm Chi Sao - random

8. History and philosophy

9. Character of Wing Chun 1 to 7: 1. Developed by a woman. Suited for people who don't want to use brute force; 2. Uses straight punches (can achieve up to 8 punches per second); 3. Teaches you to use two arms at the same time; 4. Develops contact reflexes by Chi Sao exercise; 5. Teaches watching the leading elbow and knee; 6. Simple and easy to learn; 7. Uses pressure points to make striking techniques more effective.

10. Strategy 1 to 7: 1. Uses the centre line and therefore forces the opponent to use the outside path; 2. Controls the opponent's blind side; 3. Attack the opponent's balance; 4. Attack the opening; 5. Trap the leading elbow; 6. Pin the arms from the blind side; 7. Keep moving. Don't present a steady target for your opponent.
 

Section 3

1. Chum Kil - first and left and right, second part

2. Drills:
    a) front kick
      heel
    b) side kick
      snap - medium
      thrust - medium
    c) right kick
      ball - medium
      instep - medium

3. Chi Sao

4. Wooden Dummy
    15 - 17 movements

5. Techniques:

    Against Round Punch
    at front stance, parallel i) high  ii) low

    Against Front Kick
    at front stance, parallel 
    i) knee block

    Against Side Kick
    at front stance, parallel i) step back and cross

    Against Round Kick
    at front stance, parallel side i) high Bon and roll punch

    Entry Techniques
    a) cross side
    b) cross side, opponent steps back

6. Self Defence
    Attack from left side

7. Cross arm Chi Sao - random

8. History and philosophy

9. Character of Wing Chun 1 to 8: 1. Developed by a woman. Suited for people who don't want to use brute force; 2. Uses straight punches (can achieve up to 8 punches per second); 3. Teaches you to use two arms at the same time; 4. Develops contact reflexes by Chi Sao exercise; 5. Teaches watching the leading elbow and knee; 6. Simple and easy to learn; 7. Uses pressure points to make striking techniques more effective; 8. Teaches the treatment of sports injuries.

10. Strategy 1 to 8: 1. Uses the centre line and therefore forces the opponent to use the outside path; 2. Controls the opponent's blind side; 3. Attack the opponent's balance; 4. Attack the opening; 5. Trap the leading elbow; 6. Pin the arms from the blind side; 7. Keep moving. Don't present a steady target for your opponent; 8. Use elbow in close quarters, use palm or fist in the next distance; use kick with front foot on further distance; use rear foot in furthest distance.

 
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