Dean Chin’s Jow Ga Technique – Tiger Claw to Uppercut

14 04 2013

Short and sweet. No description necessary. If you know Jow Ga, you are familiar with this pillar technique of the system.

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Small Tiger Form (Step-by-Step)

20 03 2013

Performed by a student from the Wong Chinese Boxing Association. This is the first of three parts.

Enjoy!

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Jow Ga Wheel Punch

4 03 2013

Jow Ga has three important techniques that is emphasize through all Jow Ga forms:  The Wheel Punch.

Branches will pick and choose which of the many techniques to be specialized, according to the tastes of that branch’s teacher. These three techniques happen to be some personal favorites of our late Master Dean Chin.

Instructor Sharif Talib demonstrates some basic uses for the Wheel Punch taught in the Dean Chin branch of Jow Ga.

The techniques have been honed, so that minimal modification is needed from form to fighting. There are many idiosyncrasies that exist within these techniques, although basic–they are very effective and are in no way trivial. For more information, please contact a Jow Ga teacher near you.

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Fighting Techniques – Instructor Sharif Talib

15 01 2013

Jow Ga Instructor Sharif Talib began studying Jow Ga under Sifus Raymond Wong and Craig Lee in 1986. Since then, he has trained with many other Jow Ga Sifu, acquiring knowledge in various interpretations of Dean Chin’s Jow Ga. He has taught Jow Ga in Europe as well as America and today is as skilled as he was when he was younger.

The following is a small sampling of various ways to apply the Jow Ga foundation technique known as the “Small Tiger Technique”. The book he references is Ron Wheeler’s The Power of Shaolin Kung Fu, available on Amazon.com

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