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method man


United Kingdom
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Posted - 12/14/2006 :  05:25:56  Show Profile Send method man a Private Message  Reply with Quote
I would like to go through the Wing Chun kicks as I have been taught them. basic front kick first seen in the second section of chum kiu form, but I was taught it while learning siu lim tao. This can be aimed at the body,groin,knee and ankle joint at this level the knee faces outwards of the body imagine a fak sau with the leg. basic Side kick this is aimed at the legs exclusivly and is a follow up to the basic front kick, from a front kick position without turning your hips fire the foot at a 90 degree angle downwards towards the knee or ankle. This is my sigungs one and a half kicks of wing chun. Later in chum kiu you learn the hanging the coat kick which looks like a cresent kick but is not. the body rotates but the kick is a basic straight kick to allow for penetration, the move allows you to open up the angle to attack a wider area. Puting a small amount of spin on the body with the basic kick now gives you a variation on the basic front kick, this can be used to spin the knee cap of an opponent or produce a very nasty groin strike. During biu jee you learn a triping movement but this is footwork not a kick, however if you miss a font kick and bring it back in a straight line you can take out the achilies tendon and the nerves that run up the back of the leg, This is actually a follow up along a different tradjectory like a side kick or a front kick the wrong way it is not a seperate kick a least in my lineage. During bui jee you will have developed fa ging puting this into a front kick (spasm from the hip) gives you another variation known as the dummy kick. So for our school of wing chun there is only the front kick (1)and variations and the side kick (1/2) and variations.

Kew-Do



USA
920 Posts

Posted - 12/16/2006 :  07:13:30  Show Profile  Visit Kew-Do's Homepage Send Kew-Do a Private Message  Reply with Quote
I will leave a list of my W C Kincks sometime this weekend, sorry Im on the go at work...

Kew-Do

"They are all perfect"...
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