(III. 2) "NECK-PULLING HAND"
Yip's left hand passes upwards through th* two dummy arms, then shifts himself to ft»« left side of the dummy. While his left ham! is holding the right dummy arm, his right hand gets hold of the "neck" of the dummy, Then both of his hands exert a sudrim. forward pull.
Yip circles both arms upwards to pot* a Kwun-sau movement.
hi» right arm to pose the to press at the right dummy
1I FT "TAN-SAU" & RIGHT M LYING-PALM" •»hi hm loft leg into the space behind immy log. while posing the left Tan-4 the right Lower Lying-paJm to strike Ml tide of the dummy trunk.
Yip inserts his right leg into the speoe behind the dummy leg, while posing the right Tan sau and left Lower Lying-palm to strike at the right side of the dummy trunk.
Yip withdraws his left leg to resume its original position, while posing his arms in the High & Low Gaun-tau gesture.
(III. 9) RIGHT "KAU-SAU" & LEFT "TOK-SAU"
Yip turns his stance so as to face the dummy, while posing his right arm in the Kau-sau, and his left arm in the Tok-sau gesture.
(III. 10) LEFT "JUT-SAU" & RIQMT "ERECT-PALM"
Vip converts his right arm into the iM Erect-palm, and quickly thrusts if while changing his left arm to the Jutifl to press heavily on the dummy arm. the dummy trunk to sink under his pr
m II 19/ THE SECOND SECTION
HP tfM •••with to the twentieth movements, these form the Second Section of the Wooden ^■T Ifohmriuns, which are the movements enacted at the opposite side. C Nine movements HfUff In the original photos of Grandmaster Yip's demonstrations, now they are replaced m thm* • Yip Chun.)
(III. 21) RIGHT INDOOR-AREA "PAK-SAU"
Yip 6laps his right palm at the right dummy arm.
(III. 22) LEFT INDOOR-AREA "PAK SAU"
Immediately after that Yip slaps his lull palm at the left dummy arm.
§31 9VICIMT INDOOR-AREA "PAK-Mi'
(III. 20) LEFT "LOWER LYING-PALM"& RIGHT "JUT-SAU"
Yip Chun thrusts his left palm at the dummy trunk from under his right arm, while his right arm poses the Jut-sau movement to thrust onto the left dummy arm.
(III. 24) LEFT OUTDOOR-AREA "PAK-SAU"
Yip slaps his left palm at the right dummy arm from the outdoor area.
(III. 25) LEFT "THROAT-CUTTING HAND"
Yip then converts his left arm into the Throat-cutting Hand.
(III. 29) RIGHT "JUT-SAU" & LEFT "LOWER THRUSTING PUNCH"
Yip withdraws his right arm and converts it into the "Jut-5au'\while launching a lower-level left punch.
Yip's both arms simultaneously make an upward push at the lower part of the dummy arms.
(III. 26) LEFT "JUT-SAU" & RIGHT "LOWER THRUSTING PUNCH"
Yip withdraws his left ami and poses a Jut sau, while thrusting his right fist forwent at the lower-level of the dummy.
i/) MIGHT OUTDOOR-AREA
up hit right hand to apply the 4TN Pok-aau. ( * The original photo nUuinu from Grandmaster Yip's coh Uf It now replaced by that of Master m
,III MIGHT "LOWER BONG-
Immi« in hit left, and poses the right MP ®ong*<rj to touch the lower dummy While posing his left arm in the Wu*au
(III. 28) RIGHT 'THROAT-CUTTING HAND"
Yip's right hand changes to the 'Throat-cutting Hand".
Yip inserts his right leg into the space behind the dummy leg; and makes a left sideward-sl8p at the right dummy arm, while his right arm, posing the Man-sau, makes a chopping strike at the right side of the dummy trunk.
(III. 33) RIGHT "SIDEWARD THRUST-KICK"
Yip raises his right leg to launch a sidoward Thrust-kick at the dummy tmnk. while posing the right Bong-sau.
Yip withdraws his left leg, and, turning to his left, he poses his arms in the High & Low Gaun-sau gesture.
(III. 34) LEFT "LOWER BONG-SAU"
Yip's right leg resumes original position, then turns to face the right with his left arm posing the Lower Bong-sau and his right posing the Wu-sau.
(III. 38) RIGHTS "KAU-SAU" & LEFT "TOK-SAU"
Yip turns to face the front, and changos hit right arm to the Kau*sau and his left arm to the Tok-sau.
IUI, 1t>l LEFT "MAN-SAU"
§P fenvtrtt hit right arm to the Man-sau. IMP it at the left side of the dummy
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