PERFORMING A SET WITH FORCE AND SPEED AND WITHOUT PANTING
The eight basic patterns for hand attack and defence are linked to form a set which is named "Lohan Asks the Way". Grandmaster Wong uses this set to teach the course participants how to regulate their breaths so that they can perform the whole set with force and speed, and without panting for breaths. The whole set can be performed in only four breaths.
Performing a Set with Force and Speed and Without Panting
|Shaolin Greeting||Shaolin Greeting||One Breath|
|One Breath||One Sequence||Regulating the Breath|
|Four Breaths||Lohan Asks the Way||Class Practice|
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