Basic action: When facing the enemy, open your feet shoulder width apart, with your toes facing each other, and slightly retract them to form an inner eight character stance. Use your left hand to clench your fist and bend your elbow, and place them at your waist. At this point, use the method of tightening the abdomen and bending the knees, and punch the enemy’s chest with your right fist.
Similarly, if the enemy punches me directly, I will hold my chest and abdomen, avoid the enemy’s punches, and then wait for an opportunity to attack.
Action analysis: This action belongs to the basic skill of Wing Chun, and it can be seen that Wing Chun Quan emphasizes practical combat skills.
The chest and abdomen tightening technique in Wing Chun Quan has the effect of extending a person’s arms and avoiding the enemy’s sharp edges. This action can also improve people’s ability to respond and cope with changes. In actual combat, you can see the moves and make changes at will.