Chi Sau (Sticking Hands): Chi Sau, also referred to as Sticking Hands, is practiced in a partner system. Two partners pair up to roll their hands in a relaxed state. Countering applications from the Wing Chun sets are executed as one partner attacks. This exercise helps the students develop contact sensitivity, attack and countering techniques, and their internal Chi (flow of energy). Other styles of martial arts, such as Tai Chi, employ a similar exercise called Push Hands; however, Wing Chun places a strong emphasis on the combat aspects in its Chi Sau excercise.
San Sik (Floor Excercises): These are large group practices and warm-ups of base techniques which builds body form through repetition.
Basic Tan, Pak, Jum reflex drills: These develop body form, technique and power through partnering and contact applications.
Mook Yan Jong (Wooden Man Set): Mook Yan Jong, also referred to as the Wooden Dummy, is a training tool used by Wing Chun practitioners to develop proper distancing and angles. Many techniques in the Dummy set teach the student to employ body shifting to recover from a losing situation.
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