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Junior Warriors Syllabus Training

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Here is a collection of syllabus training videos for our Junior Warrior and Advanced Junior Warrior students to practice from at home. These videos accompany the techniques we cover in our weekly classes and we will continue to regularly update this page with more recordings as we progress through the syllabus. We have recorded scenarios showing techniques as solo drills as well as showing them as partner work. We recommend that you watch one, then practice the movements several times until you are confident with them before moving onto another one. Yes it’s good to develop speed, but when the shapes start to lose their skill because you’re going too fast too soon, it’s inevitable that the techniques may not work as effectively, that’s why it’s best to work the techniques repetitively to develop confident and controlled movement. 

Please keep in mind that PERSEVERANCE and REPETITIVE PRACTICE is key. If you have any questions about this training or you are finding it difficult to follow, then please get in touch with us; we are here to help you progress not to put you under pressure. Have fun!


These syllabus training videos are designed for our Juniors and Advanced Juniors. It takes you through the understanding of applying techniques from Siu Nim Tao, (our first form). During this syllabus we will be training and looking at Interrupted Attacks. We will be using various repetitive training drills for building muscle memory and developing instinctive reactions. Discussion on strikes, redirection, how an opponent may react is also covered to help students understand if and when any follow up techniques are needed. Importantly footwork training will also accompany all techniques.

Completing this syllabus will help:

  • Develop instinctive reactions with appropriate responses
  • Return the protecting hand, (wu sau) back to position
  • Build focus and concentration
  • Improve balance and posture
  • Learn about the use of reasonable force
  • When and when not to react to aggression 

Tutorial Videos To Accompany Classes - June/July 2022

Lap Drills – From Man Sau (Seeking hand)

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Lap Drills – From Poon Sau (Rolling arms)

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Pak Drills – From Man Sau (Seeking hand)

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