Biu Jee is the third form of the Wing Chun system. It builds on the fundamental techniques learnt in the previous two forms by teaching us to generate inch power and use “emergency hands” to regain centreline as soon as possible.
Chum Kiu is the second form of the Wing Chun system. It builds on the fundamental techniques learnt in Siu Lim Tau by teaching us to generate hip power, regain proper distance between the feet while moving, and much more.
Several students in the last few years have asked if there was a video that I could suggest they reference while training Siu Lim Tau from home. Here it is guys! I made one just for you.
Siu Lim Tau is the first form of the Wing Chun system. It contains the fundamental techniques on which the system is built. Among these fundamental techniques, we learn the distance at which our feet should be from each other, we learn to generate elbow and wrist power, and we learn to centre our minds.
That said, please keep in mind that if you are a beginner, you should not be concerned with generating power for several months. To understand why, I suggest you read the article I wrote on 'How to Develop Proper Training Habits' if you have not already done so. You can find it here: http://www.wingchunkuen.ca/blog/how-to-develop-proper-training-habits
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