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Kung Fu

Structured classes
Weaponry
Ground fighting
Self Defense
Discipline and Confidence

Basic Kung-Fu Glossary

Strikes, blocks & fist techniques

Vertical fist strike:

Lahp Choih

Double backfist:

Seung Gwa

Vertical palm strike:

Lahp Jeung

Crane wing strike:

Pak Yik

Cannon Strike: (long uppercut)

Paau Choih

Backfist:

Gwa Choih

Turned over strike:

Faan Po

Penetrating fist strike:

Chyuhn Choih

Stamping strike:

Kahp Choih

Inward swinging strike:

So Jeung

Whipping strike:

Bin Choih

Long side forearm pillar strike:

Jong Choih

Circling arm:

Che Sau

Small trapping strike:

Siu Kau Dah

Uppercut strike to chin:

Jyu Geng Paau Choih

 

 

Stances

Horse:

Sei Ping Mah

Bow and Arrow:

Gung Sik

Kneeling:

Guaai Mah

Cross:

Nau Mah Bouh

Cat:

Diu Mah

Crane:

Duhk Lahp Mah

Subduing the tiger:

Fuk Fu Sik

 

 

Kicking

Front stretch kick:

Chin Tek Teui

Groin kick:

Liu Yam Teui

Tornado kick:

Syuhn Fung Teui

Outside crescent kick:

Baai Lin Teui

Side kick:

Chaai Teui

Inside crescent kick:

Pin Teui

Back kick:

Fu Mei Teui

 

 

Miscellaneous

Staff :

Long Weapon made of white waxwood

Sparring:

Simulated light contact fighting

Grappling:

Controlling an opponent without striking

Kahm na:

Joint locking

Teacher:

Sifu Saam Sing: 3 star arm conditioning

Si-hing:

Older training brother

 

 

Si-je :

Older training sister

 

 

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Martial Arts      

Counting to 10 in Cantonese

Yat:

One (1)

Luk (look):

Six (6)

Ji (yee):

Two (2)

Chaat: 七

Seven (7)

Saam:

Three (3)

Baat:

Eight (8)

Sei (say): 四

Four (4)

Gau (gow):

Nine (9)

Ng:五

Five (5)

Sap:

Ten (10)
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