(…continued) Common mistakes when practising the first and second forms? – Harry Leong

In Siu Nim Tau, you are facing the opponent front-on, and all of your movements target that same direction. It is easy to understand. In most of the Chum Kiu moves, the position of the opponent remains the same, yet your body is no more completely front-on towards him; rather, it is oblique, only leavingContinue reading “(…continued) Common mistakes when practising the first and second forms? – Harry Leong”

Common mistakes when practising the first and second forms? – Harry Leong

Harry: An article on common mistakes when practising the first and second forms would be instructional as many of us do not have the opportunity to study under a qualified CST lineage instructor. Me: I’ve covered Siu Nim Tau in several previous posts. An expected outcome of practising SNT is that your arms are wellContinue reading “Common mistakes when practising the first and second forms? – Harry Leong”