Chi Sau Crossing Arms
Excerpt from a Chi Sau ‘MasterClass’ on Wing Chun Kuen’s double chi sau.
UK Wing Chun Kung Fu Assoc. Founder and Chief Instructor, James Sinclair gives an insight into the most basic and commonly used technique to cross your training partners arms.
Chi Sau Crossing Arms refers to effectively trapping and controlling your partner in sticky hands. It can be done in live sparring and fights with experience.
Jame discusses the danger of crossing your own arms and how to forcefully cross your opponents arms.
This short video clip is a great help to those starting Chi Sau and wishing to learn the correct approach to this fantastic training method.
Conducting a ‘MasterClass’ on a different topic every month James Sinclair takes his 40 years+ experience n the Art and shoes this to help you on your journey.
Held on the 3rd Sunday of every month from 1-4pm at the National HQ in Rayleigh.
He also has a number of video tutorials to help practitioners progress.
To book a place on his restricted number seminars please call 07860 276923 to enquire to the subject matter and availablity.
Remember that the UKWCKFA hold monthly MasterClasses at the HQ .
We also began offering high quality live multi camera online classes in May 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic. These classes have proved popular with our students and guests subscribers from Australia, Canada, Phillipines and Spain amongst others.
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