Posted On:11/23/2007 6:24am
Style: Shutting up and training
Second Level - Chum Kil
by KT Chao and JE Weakland, 1981.
Figure 124: How to defend against a "left lead".
Figures 125 and 126: How to defend against a "left jab".
This is described as "sparring set for knee raises". I don't really know what it is useful for.
Figure 294. Amateur dramatics? Described as blocking a "sweeping kick" with a front kick and double push down palm. And how for your partner to fracture both of his wrists when training.
Figure 295. Stopping a roundhouse kick with a "cultivating hand"! :jihad:
Figure 296. "Checking" a roundhouse kick with a front kick and a double push down palm.
Figure 279. Danger, danger. Illustrating the "front kick from a turn".
"It can be used against a knife attack. The kick will most likely cause the assailant to drop the knife. At the very least, his arm will be struck aside sharply, enabling you to attack before he can get set again."
Posted On:11/23/2007 7:17am
Everything about these is idiotic.
I could go into detail about what these movements are actually for,(but i would no doubt bore everyone to death) this is why a lack of alive training is soo bad. I bet this guy learnt the movements from a book or a video himself.
Some idiot trying to find the correct application for movements in the forms.
With **** like this around its No wonder there was a 'Wing Chun Sucks Month'.
The last one with the knife is fucking insaine!
Posted On:11/23/2007 10:04am
I like the second one. Instead of taking the attacker's unprotected head off let's just pat him on the knee as he launches into a Captain Morgan impersonation.
Posted On:11/23/2007 11:01am
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