Enter GwaChoi, the rising backfist. This Choi Lei Faht technique is a staple of these southern styles, and address closing the gap from punching to trapping range. This is paired with a clearing, circling block (PoonSau), in this case performed in a tiger claw (FuJow) 45 degrees from high to low and across the midline to trap a strike beforehand. The rhythm and timing of this combination is unique, and will require rehearsal in order to be able to cue AND do. The kicks are O/D/O, a PiinToy or ChyunSumToy (front kick, you'll hear the difference in session, it's just striking surface/foot position), a side-pinching block of a round kick, and a back kick to follow. PROTIP: first you, then with your client or class, clap the rhythm of the combo execution if there is sequencing issue. This works with all choreo, but ESPECIALLY this one. HIPBOX unique drill is punch/dodge/punch/dodge, invoking two important overarching guidelines; 1) make 'em miss, make 'em pay, and 2) hit and don't get hit. Have FUN!