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Sifu Edgar Zimmermann explains and demonstrates some basics of the 6 ½ Point Long Pole (Luk Dim Boon Kwun) of the Wing Chun/ Wing Tsun/ Weng Chun Great Grandmasters Tang Yik and Yip (Ip) Man – Enschede/ NL, 28/8/2015 – published on 6/9/2015.
There are different theories about the half (½) point.
In the Yip Man/ Leung Ting lineage of Wing Chun/ Wing Tsun it’s the half fence movement. Here the mark which is left from the tip of the pole is a half circle. While the other 6 basic movements leave a round or an oval mark.
Sifu Zimmermann shows how Bong Sao is used in single/double arm Chi Sao, with Sabre (here the parry is called prime) and with the Bart Cham Dao (double knifes).
Most knife defenses which are taught in different martial arts schools are wrong, like in the video. It doesn’t really matter which style is practiced: Aikido, Taekwon Do, Karate, Kungfu, Krav Maga, Systema, Tai Chi, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu etc.
Bong Sao part 1 (published on 28/6/2015 @ www.YouTube.com/EWOinfo): this video is about the Bong Sao which is mostly known as wing arm. Flanking arm is a better definition though (Enschede/ NL, 25/4/2015). Assistant: Lars Scholten.
Sifu Zimmermann shows how Bong Sao, in different WingTczun/ Wing Chun/ Wing Tsun/ Ving Tsun/ Weng Chun styles, is mostly used in Dan Chi, Poon Sao and at the wooden dummy and how it should be used. This includes different concepts…
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