4 basic leg skill

Kung Fu Wang

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The most basic 4 leg skill can be as simple as the following. IMO, it should be very easy to be integrated into any striking art system.

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1. Front cut (1st side - attack outside of your opponent's right leg):


2. Scoop kick (2nd side - attack inside of your opponent's right leg):


3. Inner hook (3rd side - attack inside of your opponent's left leg):


4. Outer hook (4th side - attack outside of your opponent's left leg):

 

geezer

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In the "WT" wing chun I trained, we made extensive use of the first on shown above, and some use of the others, although the last three are so minimized that they are hardly recognizable as the same move ...in part because the main objective is disrupting an opponent's base and "taking his center" to set up striking attacks. Throws do happen, but never like the last one shown. Traditional chunners don't follow their opponents down to the mat. Good thing too, since most traditional chunners suck at grappling ...although not so much these days. Things are changing.
 
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