Guard Up and Wu Sau

Let’s talk about keeping your guard up with Wu Sau!

Wu Sau is one of the first hand techniques we learn and it’s also our most versatile because Wu Sau can transition to any of our hand techniques for defense OR offense.

Wu Sau should be held below eye level.

Ultimately, Wu Sau should always be up and on guard. And unless both hands are being used, one should always be in Wu Sau, ready to defend in case anything passes the forward arm.

So keep your Wu Sau up!

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