White Crane Sinking Lake is a combination of Wing Chun’s body, hands and steps. Walking the horned horse, elbow in the middle line, and walking off the peak, it is an important offensive means to force and suppress the opponent with the side grab, often with a continuous killing, turning passive into active. Practicing the “White Crane Sinking Lake” style can be used to advance and retreat freely in combat, maintain the coordination and balance of your skills, and thus occupy the initiative of attack and defense.
〇 Clamp Yangma stands on the pile, hands flexed, right palm inside, left palm down, hands intersected in front of the chest, right hand down, left palm pressed at right elbow. Step up with your right leg straight, your left hand with your front buckle and your right hand like a white crane. (Figures 1, 2)
〇The left leg steps up, the knee is straight, the body emperor ^^ is in the right leg, the front buckle is the right hand into a twist, and the left hand is like a white duck in front of it. (Figure 3)
Technique Application II
〇When the two sides confronted, the other side kicked me in the chest with my left leg, and I turned slightly sideways and met the attack with my right outside. (Figures 1, 2)
〇At the same time, I slammed the tiger’s tail leg below my right leg on the opponent’s right knee, and the opponent’s body lost weight and fell to the ground. (Figures 3, 4)
The opponent pierced my midline with their left fist to block my left hand, retreated and attempted to hit me in the ribs. I pressed down with my left hand, placed my right hand in front of me and took the opponent’s throat. At the same time, I stepped up with my right foot, and the right leg streamed the opponent’s left heel forming a white crane sinking into the lake. (Figures 3, 4, and 5)
If the other party wants to pass through my midline with their right hand and step back, I hook their left heel with my right foot, while pressing down with my right hand and shoveling their left foot, squeezing them out a few meters, causing them to lose their center of gravity and fall to the ground. (Figures 6 and 7)