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How to Do Bong Sau aka Wing Hand | Wing Chun



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Bong Sau is a very, very important movement in Wing Chun. It’s one of the three seed techniques along Tan sau and Fuuk Sau, and it’s also one of the most misunderstood movements in wing chun. Of course according to whatever lineage or whatever style of Wing Chun you practice, everybody teaches and preaches a different use for the Bong Sau. The version I’m going to teach you obviously comes from the system of Wing Chun that we teach here at our school. And I am going to explain a little bit how and why we use it and also how we don’t use, which is maybe a little bit different form some of the other styles.

First of all, you have to understand, bong sau is not a fixed position. Bong Sau is not not something you do to block a punch. It’s not something you do to stop. Bong Sau is actually just a reaction. Okay, that’s why they say in Chinese, they say “Bong Sau, Fa Sau,” which means Bong Sau is not really a hand technique. It’s actually just a reaction, and all the models that support how we use Bong Sau are based on reaction, they’re not based on blocking. So, we have a saying in Wing Chun – When you press the head, the tail raises. This actually teaches you how Bong Sau is formed.

If I send my hands forward in the middle of a fight and I run into my opponent’s arm, and let’s say that he’s got a very tight low elbow structure here, and I’m not able to go through. When he continues towards me, he’s, in essence, pressing the head of my arm, which is the front part. And the reaction from me to do is to turn up the end and to do what we call Bong Sau. Now this is totally based on the pressure that I get from him. It’s not that he comes with a punch and I used Bong Sau to block as you see in a lot of other styles, this would be totally unnecessary. If he fires a punch towards my head, I can just go in and hit him. There’s no need for me to Bong Sau and block and do a big complicated defense. I’m only going to Bong Sau if he actually presses down they arm and forces me to turn too, so it’s very passive, it’s based on his force, and that’s what we mean by ‘it’s not a hand technique.’ It’s not something you choose to do, it’s something your opponent actually forces you to do.

This is the main idea behind Bong Sau. And it’s very important that you train it correctly. When you start learning single arm Chi Sau, when your partner gives you a punch, he needs to give a low elbow punch, so that it bends your arm like this. If he were to give me a punch to the face, my reaction, would actually be to go in and do an indoor punch, because of Bong Sau is completely unsuitable for the defending a face punch. This actually just ends up being a ramp to your face. If the punch was common this high, it’s much more suitable to go in and use a wedge like this. The Bong Sau is only done, literally, when he presses the arm like this here. So my arm’s very elastic as opposed to being rigid. And it’ll only be in this form for a second. When he comes in a punches me, I don’t hold and pose this Bong Sau for everybody to see, it would actually just be part of a quicker and more complex reaction, as opposed to it being something that I pose and stop. And this Bong Sau.

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34 Comments

  1. Great explanation put precisely clearly and in a language people can actually understand. 👍

  2. Brasil

  3. Your Video Series is truly perfekt! I found them connected from with the 'Wing tsun – kung fu' app. I like how the technics explained, very short, simple and with the main idea /and concept behind them.
    Ur Vids are just like wing tsun! simple! direct! effizient!

    Thanks a lot.

  4. Implantation batiment

  5. "Cartmanasan!… What are you doing?"

    "I'm doing some sweet Bong Sao moves."

  6. Wish inam your student

  7. Great. Finally…Now it make sense. Tnx ^^

  8. Great video bud.. I could'nt have explained it any better myself. I always explain that most of the movements in Wing chun are natural reactions. Awesome work mate.. Ill check out some of your other vidoes..Bless

  9. I h h t v v h h

  10. Wow you guys look tweeked out and sleep deprived.

  11. After learning everything can I fight like Ip man role did by Donnie yen movie fight 😅 becz in real matches every Martial arts looks like street fight

  12. Cool, BUT; I have studied Wing chun,Boxing,Jeet kune do and have had MAJOR full contact success with Bong sao as a HIGH PUNCH DEFLECTOR (MUCH LIKE MAYWEATHER AND AS A PUNCH DESTRUCTION ) WITH A SLIGHT PIVOT IT EASILY ALLOWS ME TO EVADE MY OPPONENTS MAIN THRUST AND OUT FLANK HIM TO CONTINUE WITH MY AGGRESSION! ! TRAIN TO MAKE YOUR BON SAO HIGHER AND PIVOT AND YOU WILL OPEN UP VAST COUNTER OPPORTUNITIES AND THE INCIDENTAL DESTRUCTION DISWAYS GUYS FROM THROWING SO MUCH EVEN IN GLOVES BECAUSE A BON SAO HELD HIGHER IS AN EFFECTIVE ELBOW (THINK TRUE MUAY THAI)FOOD FOR THOUGHT.

  13. outstanding

  14. I LIKE IT WELL EXPLAINED VERY WELL AWESOME TO YA ..I LOVE WING CHUN BUT MODIFIED IT TO WHAT I CAN DO

  15. actually, though, you should be practicing defending with the opposite arm more than the same. Misunderstood, yes, I'll give you that.

  16. misunderstood is right. the last demo i just watched was wack.

  17. Step 1: find a willing participant
    Step 2: always remember to do a round of patty cakes for warmup
    Step 3: hope that 1% of idiots will find your bullshido impressive

  18. Very good.

  19. Interesting. A little thing but indefinitely useful. I do get the impression that Wing Chun when applied properly by an intensive master analysing every little move in a fight to make sure you are doing the most efficient and useful skill available to enable in theory an undefeatable fighter.

  20. 🙂

  21. where is a wing Chun school in usa

  22. i did maday norbert wing tsun kung fu through 11 years….this bong sau is good! 🙂 thats an other question, that you dont have to use this move in a real fight 90% 🙂

  23. The bong sau interpretation here is very common from the 1st generation IP Man disciples. It is to react/deflect incoming force and regain yourself in control. There is a reverse bong sau that is for active blocking. The normal bong sau your weight is on the foot same side of your bong sau; the reverse bong sau your weight is on the foot opposite side of your bong sau. If you raise the reverse bong sau's forearm high to your head's level it will become man sau. If you retreat the man sau's forearm horizontal to eblow level it will become lan sau. Last but not least be mindful your elbow is the driving/guiding force for all sau's hand movements and relax your upper arm. When IP Man said relax that meant mainly the upper arm.

  24. not enough

  25. This videos are actually pretty good,since the most of such ive seen on youtube have really nothing to do with wing chun(like guy call master wong – he has some elements of traditional wing chun,but still its far away)…it would be nice if you could post some videos with leg technicues.

  26. Ip man

  27. Dude, 2:38.
    I'm impressed with that one. Too amazing!

  28. Best how cast series ever !!

  29. I'm loving your video series! There's a lot of WC videos on YouTube, but yours go into the specific details of the concept and application of each move/exercise. Great stuff.

  30. this guy needs to get some sleep

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