Disciple of Wong Fei Hung’s last wife, the “Tigress” Mok Gwai Laan, explains the true technique of the mysterious technique of “Shadowless Kick”!
Few years ago I had the honor to do an extensive interview with Grandmaster Li Chan Wo, a godson, direct disciple of Grandmaster Mok Gwai Laan and the 2nd generation sucessor of Wong Fei Hung’s lineage.
Different lineages have different variations and explanations of “No-Shadow Kick” – check out Grandmaster’s Li rather pragmatical one.
Grandmaster Wong Data Sang, disciple of Lam Sai Wing’s disciple Ng Sou Chyun, confirms – most men in the Republic of China wore long gowns (Cheung Sam 長衫) with a slit skirt on the side, so most fighters were using side kicks.
Wong Fei Hung used the skirt of the long gown as an unfair combat advantage – as a cover up for a fast, sneaky and invisible front kick.
What if you don’t wear a traditional Chinese long gown? Check out a detailed “No Shadow Kick” in the bonus video of our PHK Intro Kit!
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