Traditional Martial Arts School| Long Beach | Signal Hill, Ca.

Youth Training

 

 

White Sash Terms 

 

Yat - One
 
Yee - Two
 
Sam - Three
 
Ju Yee - Attention
 
Jum Ma - Sink the Stance
 
Hoi Ma - Setting up the Stance
 
Yee Gee Kim Yeung Ma - Character 2 Frontal Adduction Stance
 
Say - Four
 
Ng - Five
 
Look - Six
 
Man Sau - Asking Hand
 
Wu Sau - Protective Hand
 
Pak Sau - Slap Block
 
Guan Sau - Slicing Hand
 
Da - Strike
 
Chat - Seven
 
Bot - Eight
 
Gow - Nine
 
Sup - Ten
 
Juen Ma - Turn Stance
 
Sifu - Kung Fu Father
 
Simo - Kung Fu Mother
 
Si Gung - Kung Fu Grandfather
 
Tan Sau - Palm Up Hand
 
Jeet - Instercept
 
Tung Moon - Fellow Student
 
 Si Hing - Older Kung Fu Brother
 
Si Je - Older Kung Fu Sister
 
Jum Sau - Sinking Arm
 
Jek Cheung - Verticle Palm
 
Bui Ma - Piercing Step
 
Lo Si - Assistant to Sifu
 
Siu Lo Si - Little Assistant to Sifu
 
Bong Sau - Wing Arm
 
Lop Sau - Pulling Hand
 
Yat Fook Yee - One Hand Covers or Takes Care of Two
 
Jut Sau - Jerking Hand
 
Tek - Kick
 
Jing Tek - Front Nailing Kick
 
Wang Tek - Side Kick
 
Tan Gerk - Dispersing Leg
 
Ma Fong - Stance Integrity
 
Chong Ma - Bracing Step
 
 Huen Sau - Circling Hand
 
Sip Ma - Intercepting Stance
 
Fak Sau - Swinging Arm
 
Tsang Sau (Chang Sau) - Spade Hand
 
Gum Sau - Pinning Hand
 
Chin Na - Joint Locking
 
Fahn Jarn - Back Elbow
 
Wang Bui Ma - Side Step
 
No Balance... - No Power.
 
Coordinate the hands and feet... - Movement is together.
 
Attacks are straight... - Defense is bent.
 
In uniting the waist and stance... - Power can be generated.
 
Quickest way to move from point A to point B is by using a - straight line.
 
Where must my hands be placed when I punch. - On Centerline.

 

White Sash Study Guide

 

Gold Sash Study Guide