Chum Kiu (2nd Form)


The wing chun second form called chum kiu, is extremely important because it develops your body unity and knowledge of how to use your forearms (bridge) to control your opponent. A number of the Wing Chun partner exercises you should learn at this level. The ways to execute lop sau(sao), slow attacks, single sticky hands and the rarely seen blind folded sticky hands exercises. Chum kiu has three sections. In first section we deal with shifting body weight and balance quickly that is bit contradictory to Siu lim tao which we learn to practice at one position. Chum kiu practice develops two way energy that is simultaneous defense and attack. Student need to practice quick turning around centerline without losing balance to make it effective in bridging the gap between himself and his opponent. In the second and third part Chum kiu introduces kick and foot works at this level which is highly effective for safe bridging of the gap and take control over his/her opponent.

Biu Jee (3rd Form)


Biu Jee : This is the Last empty hand form of the Wing Chun Kung Fu System which is known as Biu Jee. In this form we focused on placement and angle of Elbow / hands / body, way of thrusting. The most important is learn to use elbows technique, finger technique, and palm technique, fit to attack on vital point. The Biu jee develops thrusting energy / power, because it is finally a circle of mastery of martial motion. Normally a aim can be any part on the upper body. There are several pressure points in those zones. Eyes can also be a target, but for a successful strike to the eyes, an attacker must be quick & correct. Lastly, it is important to keep in mind that Biu Jee can be deadly (dangers).


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Wing Chun's 2nd Form Chum Kiu. (Place : Mumbai, India)
Practicing Wing Chun's 2nd form (Chum Kiu)
Wing Chun's 3rd Form Biu Jee Tech, Nagesh with Sifu Sonu kumar