The aim of all training in every Martial Art is to understand how to control our body in an unexpected environment, Knee Sau takes us there.
Here is a short video on what we accidentally discovered while looking for new ways to spice up training and help to help us develop a better feeling of what it is to be in contact with and control our mass.
As whacky as this appears it is astonishing at helping us feel what is needed to power our body with our CORE.
Which is, of course, the ultimate goal of Biu Gee.
What is really amazing is the way we can transfer the IDEA from a kneeling position to a standing position.
Check it out.
This may at first look like a crazy thing to do, even a waste of valuable training time.
But once we consider that nothing we ever do in training is anything like being involved in a genuine violent encounter, that what we train is a long way from reality, and even your favourite Youtube Wing Chun poser is doing nothing that would work in a real encounter, we may as well have fun while we are at it.
Training being nothing remotely like the real thing is not just a Wing Chun issue, it is every style of Martial Art and it is even worse for an untrained Bad Guy, so we do not need to panic, if we are training we are miles ahead of the curve.
Whatever that curve might be.
The aim of all training in every Martial Art is to understand how to control our body in an unexpected environment, Knee Sau takes us there in Spades.