Pressing the outer curtain is a means of controlling the enemy’s hand when the outer door of one’s own hand comes into contact with the enemy’s hand. Pressing the inner curtain and pressing the outer curtain, the two most basic interception movements of Wing Chun Quan, can form a short and dense set of movements, achieving interception and strike effects through slight transitions on the hand bridge.
Pressing the hand can attack and defend, and when attacking, if the mercury is muddy on the ground, if you see the air, you can strike, and there are no holes but people; Punctuality is as firm as gold soup, water splashes but no one, and needles cannot penetrate.
Hang the Yang horse on the stake, bend your elbows with your right hand palm facing up and your left hand palm facing down. Intersect your hands in front of your chest, your right hand below, and press your left garment on your right wrist. After pressing the right hand outward and tilting it to the right, turn 45 degrees to the right on your side, and punch straight through the midline with your left hand. (Figures 1, 2, and 3)
When punching straight through the midline, use a short burst of explosive force to decisively strike, while also cooperating with exhalation during the attack.
Move your right hand up to your chest, turn your left fist into a palm, cross your hands in front of your chest, with your left hand in front and your right hand behind. After pressing the left hand outward and leaning to the left, turn 45 degrees to the left on your side, and punch straight through the midline with your right hand. (Figures 4 and 5)
When the opponent is facing each other, I take a right step up and punch them on the head with a left punch, while the opponent blocks with their left hand. I pressed the outer curtain to the left and punched to the right, and the opponent blocked the frame with his right hand. (Figures 1, 2, and 3)
I press the outer curtain with my right hand, punch the opponent’s cheek with my left hand, then press the opponent’s big arm with my left hand, buckle the opponent’s neck with my right hand, lift my right knee, and hit the opponent with both hands and right knee simultaneously. (Figures 4 and 5)
Immediately press the opponent’s neck with your right hand, bend your elbow with your left hand, and hit the opponent’s back, causing them to fall to the ground. (Figures 6 and 7)