Forms

The Bak Fu (White Tiger) style that combines aspects of multiple styles giving students multiple techniques to apply in different situations.

The following sections outline the basic, intermediate and advanced techniques and forms (both empty hand and weapons) covered over the progression of the belt ranks. The exact order of the forms can vary by student. See the Ranking page for more information. Note that many forms have associated exercises and applications which are not enumerated here. See the glossary for definitions of terms.


Basic Empty Hand Skills

  • Basic Empty Hand Techniques
  • Basic Blocks (Karate/Tae Kwon Do)
  • Basic Stances (Karate/Kung Fu)
  • Basic Punches (Karate/Kung Fu)
  • Basic Kicks (Karate/Tae Kwon Do)
  • Kicking Combinations (Kung Fu, Hapkido)
  • Four Elbows (Karate)
  • Six Elbows (Kung Fu)
  • Self Defense Patterns (Mixed)
  • Basic


 

Karate / Kobudo / Aikido / Kenjutsu / Jojutsu / Tang Soo Do / Tae Kwon Do

  • Basic T (diagram)
  • Naihanchi Shodan (Tekki/Iron Horse 1)
  • Palgwe Two (diagram)
  • Naihanchi Nidan T(ekki/Iron Horse 2)
  • Naihanchi Sandan (Tekki/Iron Horse 3)
  • Wansu (Flying swallow)
  • Ananku (Light from the South)
  • Seisan (13 Steps)
  • Niseishi / Nijushiho (24 Steps)
  • Pyongwon
  • Hakutsura (White Crane)
  • Basic Sword / Happo No Giri (diagram)
  • Basic Sword 2
  • Agena No Tonfa Shodan (Tonfa 1)
  • Agena No Tonfa Nidan(Tonfa 2)
  • Yara Tonfa No Tonfa (Tonfa 3)
  • Ham Higa No Tonfa (Tonfa 4)
  • Shi Ho Nuki / 4 ways (Staff 1)
  • Choun No Kun (Staff 2)
  • Shushi No Kun (Staff 3)
  • Suyeoshi No Kun (Staff 4)
  • Shimajiri No Kun (Staff 5)
  • Kobo / Kubo / Ancient Bo (Staff 6)
  • Tokomine No Kun (Staff 7)
  • Sakagawa No Kun (Staff 8)
  • 13 Jo/Jusan (Jo 1)
  • 31 Jo/Sanjuichi (Jo 2) (diagram)
  • Okinawan Jo (Jo 3)
  • Jugo No Jo (Jo 4)
  • Nicho Gama Ni (Kama 1)
  • Matayoshi/Odo Kama Ni (Kama 2)
  • Nicho Sai / Two Sai's/ Matayoshi (Sai 1)
  • Nakamura No Sai (Sai 2)
  • Kyan No Sai (Sai 3)
  • Odo No sai (Sai 4)
  • Chatan Yara No sai (Sai 5)
  • Nunchuk
  • Maezato No Tekko (Tekko 1)
  • Ittoman No Eku (Oar 1)
  • Tsuken Akacho No Eku (Oar 2)
  • Tsuken Akacho No Nunte (Nunte Bo)
  • Tonfa versus Bo / Kinja No Tonfa Tai Bo (Two Man 1)
  • Bo versus Bo (Two Man 2)
  • Bo versus Kama (Two Man 3)
  • Bo vsersus Sai (Two Man 4)

 


Choy Lay Fut

  • Basic One (diagram)
  • Basic Two (diagram)
  • Plum Blossom
  • Signature
  • 2 Man Hand
  • Tuet Jin Kuen
  • Five Animals
  • Siu Pin Kuen
  • Sup Gee
  • Fu Pao
  • Tiger
  • Crane
  • Wooden Dummy
  • Double Edge Sword
  • Fui Mei Darn Dao Broadsword
  • Bin Gwai Staff
  • 13 Plum Spear
  • Big Red Flag Staff
  • Two Man Staff
  • Whirling Staff
  • 3-Section Staff
  • Tiger Fork
  • Left Handed Spear
  • Right Handed Spear
  • Fan
  • Spear vs. Double Swords
  • Double Broadsword
  • Kwan Dao 1
  • Kwan Dao 2
  • Hoe
  • Monkey Staff

 

Wing Chun

  • Silum Tao
  • Bilgee
  • Chum Kiu
  • Wooden Dummy
  • Butterfly Swords (Baat Jam Dao)
  • Long Pole (Look Dim Boon Grun)

Hsing-I

  • 5 Elements
  • 5 Element Linking Set
  • Tiger
  • Horse
  • Rooster

Tai Chi

  • Yang 24
  • Chen Short Form
  • Push hands
  • Tai Chi Sword

Bagua

  • Bagua Palm
  • Flying Dragon Sword
  • Cyclone Broadsword

Other Kung Fu

  • Tuet Jin Kuen/Break Holds Fist (Eagle Claw)
  • 5 Animal Dragon Staff

 

Dekiti Tirsia Siradas

  • 12 Angles
    • Stick
    • Sword
    • Knife
  • Espady y Daga

 

Doce Pares

  • 12 Angles
  • Espady y Daga