Parallel Single arm Chi Sao Drill
Parallel Single arm chi Sao is practiced stationary from a neutral stance with a partner.
sensitivity, sticking to the arms and forward intention in Fuk Sao, Tan Sao, and Bon Sao.
Terminology for the Qi Sao movements are:
action reaction response, correct position of the arms, visual, sticking, independent movement of the arms and body.
before redirecting the force (palm strike) coming in under the arm from Tan Sao, into the lower gate.
Using Jut Sao or Gum Sao, we can also redirect attacks coming over the arm in the upper gate using Bon Sao.
This drill develops the concepts of sensitivity in conditioning our reflexes, strategy, close range distance for combat.
Wing Chun straight line attack, to attack when we control the centre, to yield and not fight force against force,
to create openings and to attack using forward intention through gaps in our opponent’s defenses when correct positions are lost.
This is the foundation of double arm Qi Sao and happens in a static position.
Using only one arm simplifies the drill, and allows for all this information to be programmed into the arms and mind.
This wing chun training uplifts our mind, body coordination while training conditional reflexes to an action,
reaction response in close range combat, in the upper gate without having to think about the legs in the lower gate.
This is the first stage to Double arm Qi Sao.
Correct position of the arms is vital for attack and defence.......
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