This month in class, we focused on Biu Tze. Biu Tze is one of my favorite forms because it focuses on close quarter combat. My sifu says Biu Tze should only be used as a last resort because it means that all my defenses have been broken through.
This is the third month that I’m sharing my notes here. It’s also the third month in a row that I have posted new content to the blog! It’s already 3x more than what I posted last year, haha. I want to continue doing this every month and be consistent. You can read previous class notes here.
So, how does sharing class notes help me improve my training? This is why.
The purpose of these monthly class notes is to:
This month focused on Biu Tze.
Elbow drills (Chi Sao)
There are a lot of little details in Biu Tze and I haven’t covered them all.
The biggest takeaway from this month is applying the three type of elbows and sweeps. I don’t see either being used often in Wing Chun and would like to incorporate it more into my training.
If this was interesting or helpful for you, please let me know in the comments. I’d also appreciate any feedback, thanks!