Tan Sao: Raising Hand
the concept of the Tan Sao is to learn to connect from the outside of the persons hand sliding down the persons arm.
- Create a straight wrist A common mistake people make is they have a bent wrist. (refer to the video)
- As long as your tan sao is in the center and you can use your wrist to re-direct the persons force.
- A good tan sao will help to disapate energy by raising the force upward. This will give you a leveraged position.
The goal of a tan sao is to not push the energy, rather it was designed to guide the energy around the arm. Giving you the ability to control your oppenents energy.
More on Tan Sao’s:
The SLT contains all the basic movements including Bong Sao, Tan Sao and Fook Sao. The form is comprised of three sections and is practiced in a stationary position. The form at first glance looks simplistic, however – is a continual …
Jin Young explains common mistakes made when performing Tan Sau. if you wish to donate, you can do so at www.china-boxer.blogspot.comRelated BlogsKang Ji Hwan as Lee Jin-soo in.
The Bong Sao (wing arm) uses the little finger side of the arm to deflect your opponents strike with the palm facing the opponent and the fingers held relaxed in line with the center of the body. The elbow forms a 135 degree angle with …
Once mastered Tan Sao’s can be a very effective offense and defensive weapon.
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