Sifu Arsenije and I went to Las Vegas to meet with our Wing Chun brother and professional Boxing coach Rafael Ramos.
This is the Biu Jee form with the Gwai Ma (Kneeling Stance)
In this video I'm showing a little bit about the inside Lop Sao/u. I'll make an application video soon.
Inside and outside Lop Sao
When doing finger jabs you should focus on striking a specific point.
Here are some insights to the Dai Bong or Low Bong in the Chum Kil (Kiu) form.
This is Bil (Biu) Jee. In Cantonese it means Darting Fingers. Bil Jee is the 3rd and last empy hand form in Traditional Wing Chun. The form trains many things including elbows and of course finger strikes. The form also uses the Gwai Mah (Kneeling Stance).
Kwan Sao counter to Biu Sao Chuen Sao.
This defense is easy to teach a beginner using the Pak Sao (Slapping hand) and Wu Sao (Guarding hand), that they learn in the first form.