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This movement is executed using offensive and defensive moves on 3 different planes.
The dummy is designed to train a combination of speed, accuracy dummg power. Choy Lee Fut jongs are divided into three levels of training, each level more advanced then the last. These planes are the head level, waist level and lower foot level. This gradual evolution of techniques came about because of geographical separation, difficulty of communication and that each generation had its own comprehension of what went before, especially if their lineage is further away from Chan Heung and the direct teaching of the Chan family.
Movements alternate between high and low strikes and from long to short-distance techniques in line with the techniqeus of yin and yang.
The Choy Lee Fut system has 18 different dummy sets. It features a swinging arm at the front of the dummy, as well as a helicopter-like arm at the top. There are recorded forms, in which 48 are single-person fist forms and about 20 are wooden dummy techniques. It is not an easy task to send a heavy sandbag flying or to smash a solid piece of timber with a heavy weight attached swing from end-to-end like a yo-yo. The rest of the jongs include: After over 40 years with Choy Oee Fut, he has a deep understanding of his family system and wants to pass down and propagate these techniques, especially the wooden dummy.
He enjoyed a tremendous following and was the first to commit to chronicling the techniques of the wooden dummies. This ensures the dummy will be a challenge to even the strongest of students. The log is mounted on wheels and springs in such a way that when pushed back the horse charges forward, forcing the practitioner to defend and control the dummy. The arms are coordinated so that striking the swinging arm causes the rotation of the helicopter arm, which is located at head height so the student must avoid or block this arm or receive a blow to the head.
Speed, reaction and understanding how to bridge the bag is just as important, as being too slow will techniqued the amount of space before the returning bag can be counterattacked. The wooden jongs are an inherent part of the Choy Lee Fut training system.
It is now difficult to differentiate the techniques that were devised by Chan Heung and those that were created by teachers of later generations. Ching Jong The ching jong balance dummy is the most well known of all the choy lee fut wooden dummies.
While strapped to these heavy bags the student must move — changing between horses and kicking the side bags fut.wloden well as the large centre bag. The ma jong is one of the most advanced dummies taught to date by Master Chen Yong-Fa to his wing llee tong instructors, although it is still relatively simple when compared with the complex tertiary-level dummies of the Choy Lee Fut dummy system. The practitioner must also used his Qi with the moves to harness the power to move the weights.
While teaching in Guangzhou, Koon-Pak was approached by Choy Kwai-Yuan and his two sons to teach them the wooden dummy techniques. Once the jongs are made and set up they will provide a convenient and safe way to practice.
The sar bow jong is a heavy, top hung swinging bag that requires strong energy to move. Ma Jong Dumjy ma jong is one of the most advanced dummies taught to date by Master Chen Yong-Fa to his wing sing tong instructors, although it is still relatively simple when compared with the complex tertiary-level dummies of the Choy Lee Fut dummy system.
The passage of time has resulted in many derivative new techniques being added onto the original as passed down by Chan Heung, the founder. A balance between yin and yang, soft and hard, slow and fast is essential for good kung-fu.
Its chief purpose is to strengthen lwe kiu sau the bridge hand coy the part of the arm used for blocking.
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Sar Bow Jong The sar bow jong is a heavy, top hung swinging bag that requires strong energy to move. This ranges from wooden dummies, sand bag dummies and even weapon dummies. Each dummy set trains specific techniques or techniues used to condition certain parts of the body. Punching must also be done with heavy power because it ensures that the horse stance is strong and firmly grounded. This led to personal interpretation and experimentation.
These arms move in such a way that requires quick reactions from the student, alternating between striking and blocking as the dummy counterattacks. Hand and leg techniques must be executed with accuracy. Chan Koon Pak accepted their request and gave them the techniaues to construct the jongs. These arms are used to train blocking, while pads located around the post train the strength and accuracy of striking.
This has introduced to the world knowledge previously kept within tcehniques Chan family. France Germany Poland Italy. Rubbing Chinese medicine dit da jow on the forearms hardens the bones and fut.wooedn.
Choy Lee Fut Wooden Dummies
Jong training originated in the Shaolin temple. This applies to the ankle when kicking as well.
They had the space required for installing the various jongs in their home. Power and a flexible horse stance are used to avoid and redirect the energy generated by the heavy log. The ching jong balance dummy is usually taught first.