Bongsau Kneestamping Kick

Wing Chun Kau Sau

The Bong-sau is a greatly effective movement which is adopted for countering heavy straightline attacks. It is applied by bending the forearm down to deflect the opponent's straightline attacks, which, no matter how powerful, will surely be nullified. Having .effectuated the Bong-sau movement, and while our opponent is not yet ready to launch his sccond attack, we should at this moment make a sideward step to stay at the opponent's side and offer a counter-attack with the Knee-stamping Kick...

Application Of Bong

Application Bong Sau

The Indoor-area Pak-sau is a movement applied to dissolve the opponent's straight-line punch which comes in from below the practitioner's bridge-arms. As the opponent's punch comes in, the practitioner can apply his left and right alternate Pak-sau to dissolve it, and immediately after that, he should launch a countcr-attack with his W.T. Straightline Thrusting Punch A deft posing the W.T. Prefighting Posture while facing B right . B suddenly launches a right straightline punch at A. A...

Grandmaster Yip At Hong Kong

Bruce Lee Body

In 1949, when mainland China fell into the hands of the communists, my father left his homeland and went south to Hong Kong, where he settled down, set up a gymnasium, admitted students and taught them techniques of Wing Tsun. For the following thirty years he worked as a martial art tutor, and had so far brought up more than five hundred thousand students, who all help spreading the Wing Tsun techniques to all parts of the world. This great success meant as much to himself as to others who...

Movement From The Side

Primer Robot Comercial

Yip inserts his right leg into the space behind the dummy leg, and, with his left paim above his right plam, he executes the Po-Pai Double-palm movement. III. 77 HIGH amp LOW GAUN-SAU Yip turns to his left while posing the High amp Low Gaun-sau. III. 75 LEFT KAU-SAU 8 RIGHT FOOK-SAU Yip faces the front of the dummy and poses the left Kau-sau and the right Fook-sau. III. 79 RIGHT BONG-SAU Yip turns to his left while changing his right rm from the Low Gaun-sau to the Bong-sau. PALM amp RIGHT...

Facade Thrustkick Facade

Wing Chun Kicking Technique

Many Wing Tsun followers hink that having applied the Low Bong-sau with one arm, they have to use the other arm to counter attack at the upper-level. In fact they can use the same arm that has just executed the Low Bong-sau movement to dissolve further attacks from the opponent. Besides, an experienced Wing Tsun practitioner can make use ofbothhisarm and his leg to launch co-ordinating offensive movements at the same moment, thus making it very difficult for the opponent to defend himself. As...

Bongsau Sideward Popai Doublepalm Movement

Self Defense Training Dummy

The following set of Sideward Po-Pai Double-palm Movements derived from the Bong-sau is different from that mentioned above. In the previous set, the Bong-sau directly turns to the Erect-palm, and presses on the opponent's shoulder. In this set. the Bong-sau changes to the Reverse-palm, and glides over the opponent's bridge-arm to penetrate into his indoor area and land on his body. A posing the W.T. Prefighting Posture while facing B. B launches a sudden right straightline punch at A. A...

Bongsau Crossed Stamp Kick

Wing Tsun Kicks

The Crossed Stamp-Kick is an outstanding kick of the Wing Tsun system. While other kicks of Wing Tsun are applied with the front leg, the Crossed Stamp-kick, however, is launched from the back leg. In applying the Crossed Stamp-kick, a practitioner should pay attention to the ways he steps forward prior to launching the kick. A posing the W. T. Prefighting Posture while facing B. B launches a right straightline punch at A. A dissolves the attack with his right Sideward Bong-sau. Immediately...