by Randy Williams
The Wing Chun System is comprised of only three hand forms. Although the forms are few and easy to learn, to master them requires patience, perseverence and determination. This mastery is vital, as the forms of Wing Chun are considered the keys to the system. The third hand form is Biu Jee or Shooting Fingers.
CONCEPTS AND PRINCIPLES, PART 1 starts with a demonstration of the complete Biu Jee form. Next is a detailed breakdown of Part One motions and principles including: Combining the Forms, Advanced Biu Jee Pivoting, Spring Fingers Strike, Wrist Snapping Power, Four-Way Wrist Whipping, Horizontal Forearm Strikes, Flesh Grabs, Hair Grabs, Glothnig Grabs, Throat Grabs, Crawling Trap, Butting Elbow Strike, Nosecone Defenses, Covering Up, Rolling Strikes on the Ground, Escaping from a Forming Trap, Grow Sau Sweeps, Biu Jee Exclusion, Complex Timing, Motion Intercepting Footwork, Inside and Outside Leg Sweeps, Kick Evasion, Stepping for Leverage and Facing Advantage, Leg and Hip Check, Sticky Foot Leg Parries, Shortened Arc Principle, Complex Defenses, Ying/Yang Timing, Complex Attacks, Mun Sau--Inquisitive Hand, Horizontal Whipping Motions, Hard Blocking and more!