Movement From The Side

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.

Yip turns to his left while posing the High & Low Gaun-sau.

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(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.

Yip turns to his left while changing his right

•rm from the Low Gaun-sau to the Bong-sau.

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PALM" & RIGHT "JUT-SAU"

Yip's left palm rises from below the right dummy arm to launch a left Lower Lying-palm strike at the dummy trunk.

(III. 80) RIGHT "GRAPPLING-HAND" & LEFT "THROAT-CUTTING HAND"

Yip suddenly changes his right turning Bong-sau to a Grappling-hand to get hold of the right dummy arm, turning to his right while applying a right Throat-cutting Hand to chop dummy trunk.

Right Bong Sau

(III. 81) LEFT "PAK-SAU" & RIGHT "SPADE-HAND"

Yip returns to the front of the dummy and poses his left arm as the Pak-sau and his right arm as a Spade-hand.

Yip then turns to face the left and poses his right arm as a Bong-sau.

Yip turns to his right while posing the left Bong-sau.

(III. 86) LEFT "CROSSED STAMP-KICK"

Yip's right foot takes one step forward to form the Cross-leg stance. Then he raises his left leg to thrust a horizontal kick at the right side of the trunk of the dummy.

(III. 83) LEFT "GR APPLING-HAND" & RIGHT 'THROAT-CUTTING HAND"

Vip changes his left 8or>g-sau to a Grappling-hand to get hold of the left dummy arm, and poses the right Throat cutting Hand to chop at the dummy trunk while turning.

(III. 87) LEFT "BONG-SAU" Yip's left foot steps down to form the Cross-leg Stance. Then his right foot resumes its ortginal position. After that Yip turns to the right side while posing the left Bong-^au.

(III. 84) RIGHT "PAK-SAU" & LEFT "SPADE-HAND"

Yip returns to the front of the dummy. While applying a left Spade-hand, he slaps his right Pak-sau at the left dummy arm.

(III. 88) RIGHT "CROSSED STAMP-KICK"

Yip's left foot takes one step forward to form the Cross-leg Stance, then raises his right leg to launch a kick.

Both of Yip's feet resume their original positions. Then he turns to his left v^ile posing the High & Low Gaun-seu.

(III. 90) RIGHT "KAU-SAU" & LEFT "TOK-SAU"

Yip faces the front of the dummy and poses the right Kau-sau and left Tok-seu.

(III. 93) LEFT "LOWER BONG-SAU"

Yip turns to face his right, and poses the left Lower Bong-sau.

(III. 94) RIGHT "LOWER BONG-SAU"

Yip turns again to his left and poses the right Lower Bong-sau.

(III. 91) RIGHT "ERECT—PALM" & LEFT "JUT-SAU"

Yip thrusts out his right Erect-palm while posing his left arm as the Jut-sau.

(III. 92) RIGHT "LOWER BONG-SAU"

Yip turns to face left, and posas the right Bong-sau.

(III. 95) RIGHT "SPADE-HAND" & LEFT "FACADE THRUST-KICK"

Yip raises a right Spade-hand from below through the indoor area of the left dummy arm. while launching a left Thrust-kick at the front part of the dummy trunk.

(III. 96) FACADE "KNEE-STAMPING KICK"

Immediately after that. Yip stamps hb left foot at the dummy leg while posing his arms respectively as the Bong*au and Wu-sau.

(Hi 97) "FOOT—STAMPING" 8c LEFT "LOWER BONG-SAU"

Yip glides his right foot along the length of the dummy log. Immediately after that he posos the left Lower Bong-sau.

(III. 98) RIGHT "LOWER BONG-SAU"

Then Yip turns to his left and poses the right Lower Bong-sau.

(III. 101) RIGHT "FACADE KNEE-STAMPING KICK"

Then Yip stamps at the knee part of the dummy leg, while posing his arms respectively as the Bong-sau and the Wu-sau.

(III. 102) "FOOT-STAMPING" & RIGHT "GUM-SAU"

Yip glides his right foot along the length of the dummy leg, and pins his right arm downwards 8s a Gum-sau.

(III. 99) LEFT "LOWER BONG-SAU"

Yip again turns to his right, and poses the left Lower Bong-sau.

(III. 1031 LEFT "SIDEWARD SLAP-PALM" & RIGHT "LOWER LYING-PALM"

Yip inserts his right leg in the space behind the dummy leg, and slaps his left palm at the right dummy arm, while launching a right Lower Lying-palm strike at the mid-iower-Iwvel of the dummy trunk.

RIGHT "FACADE THRUST-KICK"

After that Yip poses the left Spade-hand and launches a right Facade Thrust-kick.

Yip's right foot returns to its original position, while his left arm pins down at the dummy arm.

(Hi 105) RIGHT "SIDEWARD SLAP-PAUVT' 8e LE^T "LOWER LYING-PAL M'

Yip Inserts his left leg into the space behind the dummy leg; his right arm poses the Sideward Slap-palm while his left poses the Lower Lying-palm.

(III. 109) RIGHT "PAK-SAU" & LEFT "OFF-BODY LOWER THRUST-KICK"

Yip's right foot takes one step forward, turns to face the left side of the dummy trunk, applies a right Pak-tau %vtiile launching a left Lower Thrust-kick at the dummy trunk.

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(III. 106) RIGHT "GUM-SAU" Yip's left foot resumes its original position. Then Yip turns to his left while pinning his right palm onto the dummy arm.

(III. 7 WRIGHT "BONG-SALT' Yip's left leg resumes its original position. Immediately after that Yip poses the right Bong-sau.

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(III. 107) LEFT "PAK-SAU" & RIGHT "OFF-BODY LOWER THRUST-KICK"

Yip turns to face the right side of the dummy. His left palm slaps at the right dummy arm while his right leg launches a Thrust-kick at the dummy leg.

(III. 111) "GRAPPLING-HAND" & RIGHT "SWEEP-KICK" WHILE TURNING

Yip changes his right Bong-sau to theGrappl-ing-hand, and turns to launch a right Sweep-kick while his left arm poses the Grappling-hand to get hold of the same dummy arm.

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Yip's right foot resumes its original positior He turns to his right to pose the left Gun>vj

Yip's right leg returns to its original positioi while his left arm is posing the Bong-sau.

Yip W*hdraws h* ri9ht leg to its original posit*1*' and ^ t0 his ,eft whi,e Posing the Hi0h & Low GUh***u movement.

(III. 113) "GRAPPLING-HAND" & LEFT "SWEEP - KICK" WHILE TURNING

Yip raises his left leg to launch a Sweep-kick at the dummy leg, while both of his amns, posing as Grappling-hands, 8re getting hold of the left dummy arm.

(///. 117) FINAL WITHDRAWAL MOVEMENT

Yip's both palms simultaneously make a Double Tok-sau movement as the Final Withdrawal.

Yip W*hdraws h* ri9ht leg to its original posit*1*' and ^ t0 his ,eft whi,e Posing the Hi0h & Low GUh***u movement.

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(III. 115) RIGHT "KAU-SAU" & LEFT "TOK-SAU"

Yip faces the front of the dummy, and poses the right Kau-sau snd left Tok-sau.

(III. 116) RIGHT "ERECT-PALM" & LEFT "JUT-SAU"

Yip then converts his arms respectively to the right Erect-palm and left Jut-sau.

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