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Smoothly withdraw the right hand to guarding position, placing the left Woo Sau just next to the elbow of the leading arm

MOVEMENT SIXTY TWO


          

Keeping the left hand in Woo Sau, pivot the stance to the left and execute a right Inward Chop Block to the left Dummy arm. The power of the right hand should be focused down the Centreline toward the Dummy's Mother line.

MOVEMENT SIXTY THREE


          

Keep the left hand in Woo Sau, pivot the stance to the right and execute a right Inward Chop Block to the right Dummy arm. Again the power of the right hand should be focused down the Centreline toward the Dummy's Mother line.

MOVEMENT SIXTY FOUR


          

Keeping the left hand in Woo Sau, pivot the stance to the left and execute a right Inward Chop Block to the left Dummy arm with the focus of the right hand being focused down the Centreline toward the Dummy's Mother line.

MOVEMENT SIXTY FIVE


          

As the right foot slides to the left to recover the original stance width, both feet pivot to the right to face the Dummy and the right wrist circles counter clockwise over the top of the left Dummy arm to become Huen Sau.

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At the same time the left hand thrusts inward from its chambered position to a low "Spade-Palm" strike.The pivot circling block and low strike should all come to full extension at the same time in one integrated motion.

MOVEMENT SIXTY SIX


          

Step the right foot to the right on the Semicircle and begin to circle the right hand underneath the left Dummy arm. As the left foot slides to the right to recover the original stance width, the right elbow snaps downward, adding whipping power to the already spiraling right Tan Sau and the left arm twists inward and downward, making contact with the low Dummy arm. The contact begins at the inner left wrist, adding spinning friction that ends up at the outer forearm - this movement adds power to the technique. At the completion of the motion, the low Dummy arm should not be pointing at the trainee's body and the left elbow should be closer to the Dummy than the left wrist. The right Tan Sau should make contact with the inside right Dummy arm at the back of the hand and wrist with the palm facing directly upward. The power of both arms should be directed toward the Dummy's Mother line.

MOVEMENT SIXTY SEVEN


          

Next, pivot the stance to the centre and execute a simultaneous right Jing Jyeung and left Pau Jyeung with the right hand on top. Both palm heels should be on the Centreline and the thumbs should be tucked.

 

MOVEMENT SIXTY EIGHT


          

Pivot the stance to the right and begin to circle the left arm outside the left Dummy arm. Thread the left Boang Sau between both Dummy arms from above the left arm and make contact with the inner right Dummy arm with a forward, twisting "swimming" motion, slightly opening the left arm to 135 degree Structure as the pivot is completed.

MOVEMENT SIXTY NINE


          

Step the right foot to the right on the Semicircle and slide the left foot around the Dummy leg in an arcing path as the left elbow snaps downward, spinning the left palm into a Pau Jyeung reverse vertical palm strike which makes contact with a partially-bent elbow together with a right Jing Jyeung; vertical palm strike as the right foot slides forward to complete the Seep Ma footwork. The hips and pelvis should come forward to add Raising Power to the Poh Pai Jyeung strike.

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