Stand-up grappling and counter-grappling techniques, kicks, clinch work and close quarters combative skills, dealing with multiple opponents etc. These and many other are skills are taught in our “Taming of the Tiger in Gung Pattern Set” (Gung Ji Fuk Fu Kyun), 3rd Kap of our Practical Hung Kyun curriculum.
Check out a short video from last week’s training session, devoted the the practice of some of the drills.
„Taming the Tiger in Gung Pattern“ Application Drills (Gung Ji Fuk Fu Kyun Saan Sau)
- Attack (Lin Waan Chau Da, 14. section) a defense (Seung Gim Chit Kiu, 1st section) against the returning attacker (bum rush).
- Bong Sau „guard“ defense (ie. rear hand up, front hand down, 3rd, 4th and 16 section) and counter attack to the head and the groin (Baat Fan Duk Jin – this technique is actually from the “Tiger and Crane”),
- Striking multiple opponents – “Two Stars” or “Three Stars” combos from the 6th/12th section.
- Defense, knee kick to the groin (techniques form the 2nd, 3rd, 7th section), Kau Tan Geuk (17th section) – if no success, knee kick to the groin again, or Luk Jaang and knee kick (14th section).
Good example of our Practical Hung Kyun methodology of training. Real attacks, functional skills.
Do you want to learn more about the traditional Hung Ga Kyun application drills and concepts? Check out the Lam Sai Wing’s Taming the Tiger manual available HERE!
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