“Chi Sau teaches two things, to chase center and to change; chase center means to free the hands of the bridge and change means to find a new path/gap to the center-line if it becomes blocked.”
Sifu Grg LeBlanc
There are infinite variations on a theme in Wing Chun.
In this session, Greg and Tyler are training random actions from a “base” of Lap Sao (Bong/Wu, Punch/forward hand) as opposed to the more well-known “Chi Sao” base (Tan/Bong, Low Fook High/Fook).
The longer I train in Wing Chun, the simpler the system seems (simple as in clear).
My job is to hit the opponent in the head. If I can just walk in and accomplish that goal, awesome. If they interfere with my action (blocking, throwing up their hands), I use either footwork or a helping hand (or both) to regain a clear line from which to continue my attack.
This is Wing Chun. Everything in the system supports hitting the head, in one way or another.