Yin Sen Shu



Syllabus



Yin Sen Shu

 

  1. SET
  2. BOW -  Subtle Head Nod
  3. BEGGAR STANCE
  4. DISAPPEARING STEP
  5. LOW SWEEP KICK, THROWING THE SAND
  6. JUMPING SNAP KICK
  7. BEGGAR STANCE
  8. DISAPPEARING STEP
  9. LOW SWEEP KICK, THROWING THE SAND
  10. JUMPING SNAP KICK
  11. CLOAK ATTACK (1, 2, 3, 4)
  12. HIDDEN ELBOW ATTACK (1, 2, 3,4)
  13. VAGABOND ATTACK (Eyes, Body, Face)
  14. SET
  15. BOW

Facts

Yin Sen Shu means the Art of Body Disappearance (1 Mark)
It comes from China (1 Mark)
It has historical connections to Ninjutsu (1 Mark)
It is also known as 'the art of the vagabond' (1 Mark)
A vagabond is someone who travels from place to place (1 Mark)
Yin Sen Shu does not focus on fighting strength for strength, but being strong where the opponent is weak, and appearing weak where the opponent is strong (3 Marks)

Extra Info (2 Marks)

Move of the Week Videos

During the term that the Junior Warriors are learning this form, you will find videos here to help you practice at home.