MASTERING WING CHUN (NEW RELEASE)
The Keys To Ip Man's Kung Fu
SIX AND A HALF POINT POLE
(Lok Dim Boon Kwan)
Leung Yee Tai exchanged Wing Chun techniques in exchange for learning the pole forms from Wong Wah Bo to gain stronger wrist and help make his Biu Gee stronger. This explains why the footwork is different in the rest of the Wing Chun System. When Leung Jan learned Wing Chun from Leung Yee Tai and Wong Wah Bo, it was quite unorganized and did not fit the Wing Chun System. Being a scholar and a doctor he added structure to the curriculum and created an order of progression.
Horse & Cat Stances, Stepping Thrust Punch, Breakdown of the Six and a Half Pole techniques: Kom Kwan (covering pole), Biu Kwan (striking pole), Til Kwan (Descending pole), Dan Kwan ( ascending pole), Soo Kwan, Sheung Lan Kwan ( stirring the water pole). Drills practice techniques: Stone/Walnut strike with Til Kwan, Biu Kwan (targeting drill), Kom Kwan (two Person drill), Soo Kwan and Sheun Lan Kwan (two person drill). Also included: Wing Chun basic techniques of simultaneous defense and attacks.