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Jum Sao Ulrich Stauner

What we describe as jum sao is the sinking elbow. This minimal move protects the under part of the upper body like belly and liver.

Pak Sao Ulrich Stauner

The pak sao is discribed as a slapping hand. It's one of the more widely used moves in ving tsun. This move is an excellent preparation for the...

Tan Sao Ulrich Stauner

The tan sao is described as a palm up hand. It is an attacking hand oriented forward.

Man Sao Ulrich Stauner

Man sao is the searching hand. It serves as front line to take the first attacks of the opponent. The typical ving tsun guard position is man sao...

Gaan Sao Ulrich Stauner

The gaan sao is a hand move that reminds of a plough. It moves downwards following the orientation line.

Jut Sao Ulrich Stauner

The jut sao is executed with the inner part of the wrist and serves as a preparation for further attacks like a punch or a fung hao.

Fung Hao Ulrich Stauner

The fung hao is an attack executed with the side of one's hand that will generally be directed to the neck of the opponent. The fung hao is...

Laan Sao Ulrich Stauner

The laan sao will be described as locking arm. It is used to free some space from the opponent in front of the body, to build up space in which...

Scheren Gaan Sao Ulrich Stauner

The scissors gaan sao is to be considered equally as defensive or offensive move. It protects the whole upper body from waist to head.

Bong Sao Ulrich Stauner

The bong sao is a defensive helping hand. It serves to change from one side of the opponent to the other, respectively from the inside to the...

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