Hey fellow martial artist!
Today, I want to share some of the first videos we put up back in 2009 & 2o10 before Enter Shaolin began! I will also share
In this short video, we see the basic function of a Wing Chun Pak Sao. In Wing Chun, the Pak Sao is a common technique that you will find in all families of Wing Chun.
Pak Sao means: Slap block
This technique is usually used to stop a straight punch coming at you or a cross punch.
Theoretically, you could use a Wing Chun Pak Sao to stop hook punches. With that being said there are better alternative techniques for stopping a hook punch and uppercuts.
Here at Enter Shaolin we focus on our wrist control when applying the Pak Sao. Meaning that rather than just catching a punch with our Pak block we control the energy of the punch with our wrist.
Of course the exception is if someone is throwing a jab and they are retracting their strike. In which case we would close the distance on them. 😉
Here is a simple training drill utilizing the Pak Sao and Tan Sao.
WATCH | Pak Sao, Tan Sao Drill | Kung Fu Training | Part 1
WATCH | Pak Sao, Tan Sao Drill | Kung Fu Training | Part 2
If you enjoyed some of these short lessons from our first videos, then you will really enjoy the training we have for you inside of Enter Shaolin. We launched on May 1st, 2014 and have been putting in robust in-depth lessons weekly ever since!
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What type of Wing Chun videos would you like to see?
Sifu Larry Rivera
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