O Lap Sau é um conteúdo que você pratica ainda no Siu Nim Tau, o primeiro domínio do Sistema. O que o Lap Sau tem de tão especial? Bom, é uma longa história. Mas eu vou tentar resumir em poucas linhas para que você entenda....
Above I'm showing the "Siu Nim Do" on the day I was being admitted to the Kung Fu Family. Behind me was Si Sok Ursula when she was 19 years old. And today I wanted to tell you readers about the secret technique of Ving Tsun: The "Lap Sau."
The Lap Sau is a content that you will practice during Siu Nim Tau in the first domain of the system. What the Lap Sau's so special? Well, it's a long story. But I'll try to summarize in a few lines for you to understand ....
This is Si Fu. He was like that when I started. For me a superhero! He always showed movements in an incredible way and always had something interesting to say on any topic. It seemed that he knew a little about everything and could do anything ... But in Ving Tsun, you start in Siu Nim Tau. And for me, it was a great challenge ...
Si Sok Paulinho.
Si Sok Paulinho abria o Mo Gun de Jacarepaguá(foto) nas manhãs, meus momentos de prática eram com ele no Siu Nim Tau. E o Si Sok precisou de muita paciência comigo. Eu não conseguia entender porque eu precisava "Perder" tanto tempo praticando o "Lap Sau"... Eu queria logo passar pelos niveis para aprender a lutar como o Si Fu! Mas não... Todos os dias, não importava o quanto eu matasse aula na escola para ir ao Mo gun , não importava se eu também fosse duas vezes no mesmo dia, era sempre a mesma coisa: "Lap Sau", "Lap Sau", "Lap Sau"...
You can call the photo above "Old-School".In a single photo: Si Fu, Si Sok Queiroz, Si Sok Ursula, Si Sok Homero , Si Sok Fabio Gomes ,Si Sok Monique and the first from left to right:
Si Sok Paulinho.
Si Sok Paulinho used to open the Mo Gun in Jacarepaguaneighborhood (photo) in the mornings, my moments of practice were with him during the Siu Nim Tau. And Si Sok had a lot of patience with me. I could not understand why I needed to "lose" so much time practicing the "Lap Sau" ... I just wanted to go through the levels to learn how to fight like Si Fu! But no ... Every day, no matter how I skip school to go to Mo gun, no matter if I was went twice on the same day to Mo Gun, it was always the same: "Lap Sau", "Lap Sau", "Lap Sau "...
I was 15 years old(photo), and I used to like watching animes. I remember one day, the TV Channel was going to show a significant episode of an anime that I liked a lot. At the time, the internet was dialed and there was no youtube to watch later. If I failed to see that episode, I would have no other chance! But I decided to go to Mo Gun. I thought something would change with such devotion, but to my surprise the content was the same: "Lap Sau" ... And so it went for 4 months ...
Por vezes eu achei que o Si Fu estava me testando... Só podia ser isso! Ele sabia o quanto eu queria me movimentar livremente e "Lutar"... Eu tive certeza que era de propósito quando no terceiro mês ele passou numa manhã por mim e pelo "Pobre" Si Sok Paulinho e disse: "Enquanto continuar fazendo força não vai sair do Lap Sau..."
Sometimes I found that Si Fu was testing me ... It could only be that! He knew how much I wanted to move around freely and "Fighting" ... I made sure it was on purpose when in the third month he passed by me one morning and said: "While you keep trying to use just strengh youll continue working your Lap Sau ..."
Por várias vezes não só Grão-Mestre Moy Yat(foto) como seu Si Fu, Patriarca Ip Man foram acusados de não estarem ensinando Ving Tsun. Talvez pela aparente negligência pedagógica , que nada mais era do que uma apurada e sutil eficácia na transmissão da arte. Na qual se espera que os efeitos se manifestem no praticante, mas que eles não sejam associados a seu verdadeiro autor, o Si Fu.
There is a saying "Kwong Tak Yeuk Bat Juk" that may mean second Si Sok Leonardo Mordente: "The large virtue seems insufficient."
At various times not only Grand Master Moy Yat (photo) as his Si Fu, Patriarch Ip Man was accused of not teaching Ving Tsun. Perhaps the apparent educational neglect, which was nothing more than a refined and subtle effectiveness in passing down the art. Where the effects are expected to manifest themselves in the practitioner, but they are not associated with its real author, the Si Fu.
Porque eu não sei se foi por perseverança, se foi por um trabalho de monitoramento sutil do Si Fu na época, não sei se foi pelo esforço do Si Sok Paulinho, ou por mera sorte... Mas eu fiquei.
I advanced into the system, I saw other contents. But if you ask me what is my favorite one and what I consider the most important, I will not think twice to say "Lap Sau."
Because I do not know if it was perseverance, if was the way of Si Fu at the time, do not know if it was the effort of Si Sok Paulinho on me, or mere luck ... But I stayed in the Family.
I stayed in the family enough time to realize how much I was spoiled child, or how Si Fu was patient with. I stayed long enough to see practitioners that I have never, even in dreams, would imagine they would move away from the Family, which always made me very sad.
And I stayed long enough to be on the other side, the side who passes down the art. To see one or two other practitioners in their 16 years old,in a hurry, a hurry different of mine at the time: not to fight, just hurry ... And who would imagine that I do not know how to let them discover the most important technique of Ving Tsun.
But if you really think I was talking about the "Lap Sau" until now, was not about it ... It's what I learned while I was learning the "Lap Sau" ... But I am unable to write about this . I just hope that you remain practicing time enough to figure out what is your secret technique in Ving Tsun ...
THE DISCIPLE OF MASTER JULIO CAMACHO
Thiago Pereira "Moy Fat Lei"