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Ving Tsun (wing chun) Kung Fu Tan Sao Self-Defense applications

Moy Tung Ving Tsun Kung Fu’s Tan Sao (Palm-up Block) technique is versatile. Just two applications are catching techniques that come from the outside like a hook punch, or pinning techniques that come from inside, like a jab or straight punch.

Other Ving Tsun (wing chun) techniques may be more appropriate to counter larger attackers (Go Bong Sao or Dim Germ) or wide roundhouse punches (straight chain punches to the face)

Not shown in this video; Tan Dai Dar (Tan Sao with low strike, eg to ribs, kidneys, liver)

* Due to the Coronavirus orders, Kung Fu Fxbg is currently only offering instruction by live online video, group classes and private lessons. In May, we will begin offering outdoors classes in the park. Subscribe and contact us for more info.

Ving Tsun (wing chun) Kung Fu Tan Sao and Tan Dar Applications

Moy Tung Ving Tsun Kung Fu's Tan Sao (Palm-up Block) technique is versatile. Just two applications are catching techniques that come from the outside like a hook punch, or pinning techniques that come from inside, like a jab or straight punch. Other Ving Tsun (wing chun) techniques may be more appropriate to counter larger attackers (Go Bong Sao or Dim Germ) or wide roundhouse punches (straight chain punches to the face)Not shown in this video; Tan Dai Dar (Tan Sao with low strike, eg to ribs, kidneys, liver)* Due to the Coronavirus orders, Kung Fu Fxbg is currently only offering instruction by live online video, group classes and private lessons. In May, we will begin offering outdoors classes in the park. Subscribe and contact us for more info.

Posted by KUNG FU FXBG on Monday, April 13, 2020

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