Sliding Tan Sao - Wing Chun
In this lesson you will learn how to do a sliding tan sao. Tan sao in chinese mandarin: "tan shou", in english: "dispersing hand" The sliding tan sao is a linear wing chun defense technique used to stop round high attacks. There are 4 different tan sao variations. In this lesson only the sliding tan sao is explained (most basic). For example: Stop the attack by sliding your forearm over your opponents wrist . (a striaight slide will always be faster than a wide-round-heavy punch) The tan sao is a very short move and if your hands are in a guard position in front of your chest, it becomes even shorter. Find more wing chun instructions at wing chun main.