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Gwa Sow Chop


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Good day Grandmaster.
I trust your trip to China, this time, went well Smile

I have a question....
On YOUTUBE, I noticed a Choy Li Fut IRON RING SET.
It was posted in such a way that I was led to believe that the performer was from our lineage.

Is this a King Mui set from our line?
What is the name of this form?
Also, does the practitioner also perform this set without the rings, as a regular form?

Thank you for your time, and consideration in answering my questions.

We will see you in Canada shortly.
Gung Hay Fat Choy!!

Gwa Sow Chop
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[quote:755540c45f="Gwa Sow Chop"]Good day Grandmaster.
I trust your trip to China, this time, went well Smile

I have a question....
On YOUTUBE, I noticed a Choy Li Fut IRON RING SET.
It was posted in such a way that I was led to believe that the performer was from our lineage.

Is this a King Mui set from our line?
What is the name of this form?
Also, does the practitioner also perform this set without the rings, as a regular form?

Thank you for your time, and consideration in answering my questions.

We will see you in Canada shortly.
Gung Hay Fat Choy!!

Gwa Sow Chop[/quote:755540c45f]

The person performed the set with the rings is a student of Wong Gong's son, His name is Wong Yu Fan. He did the rings for exhibition which I don't recommend. The form is Buddha Palm; its a Jiangmen form.
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Gwa Sow Chop


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Yes I see now.
I should have looked closer.
Now that I watch more carefully, I can see that it was Buddah Palm.
Thank you Grandmaster for answering my question.

I do however have another question regarding the iron rings.
Does this practitioner use the rings to train the buddah palm also??
It would seem to me that the loose transmission of ging would be lost be using the rings.
Is that why you would not recommend using the rings?
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[quote:0986e00263="Gwa Sow Chop"]Yes I see now.
I should have looked closer.
Now that I watch more carefully, I can see that it was Buddah Palm.
Thank you Grandmaster for answering my question.

I do however have another question regarding the iron rings.
Does this practitioner use the rings to train the buddah palm also??
It would seem to me that the loose transmission of ging would be lost be using the rings.
Is that why you would not recommend using the rings?[/quote:0986e00263]

yes, that make the form stiff and the jing can not perform correctly, beside, its an internal form, it not suppose use weight to train.
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