Here’s another confounding technique from Ngok Gar Kuen “-
It took me a long time before I can use it comfortably. Once I got it I understand why this is a trademark technique of the style.
My teachers in Ngok Gar Kuen (yes, I have three) likened this movement to driving a car and I am sure you can see why.
Again, without context it goes not look practical. Once I had a first hand feel of how it is applied I knew I had to master its use by hook or by crook.