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Chin Na Techniques 90 - 102

Chin Na (擒拿, qínná) means “Seize and Control” and is applicable to all martial arts styles. It includes joint locks and cavity press techniques. Altogether, it is estimated that over 800 Chin Na techniques exist in martial arts. The YMAA system consists of about 120. This level's techniques are:
  1. Leg Qin Na 1 (腿擒拿 - 1, tuǐ qínná - 1)
  2. Leg Qin Na 2 (腿擒拿 - 2, tuǐ qínná - 2)
  3. Leg Qin Na 3 (腿擒拿 - 3, tuǐ qínná - 3)
  4. Leg Qin Na 4 (腿擒拿 - 4, tuǐ qínná - 4)
  5. Leg Qin Na 5 (腿擒拿 - 5, tuǐ qínná - 5)
  6. Leg Qin Na 6 (腿擒拿 - 6, tuǐ qínná - 6)
  7. Leg Qin Na 7 (腿擒拿 - 7, tuǐ qínná - 7)
  8. Leg Qin Na 8 (腿擒拿 - 8, tuǐ qínná - 8)
  9. Leg Qin Na 9 (腿擒拿 - 9, tuǐ qínná - 9)
  10. Leg Qin Na 10 (腿擒拿 - 10, tuǐ qínná - 10)
  11. Leg Qin Na 11 (腿擒拿 - 11, tuǐ qínná - 11)
  12. Leg Qin Na 12 (腿擒拿 - 12, tuǐ qínná - 12)
  13. Leg Qin Na 13 (腿擒拿 - 13, tuǐ qínná - 13)
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Chin Na Counterattacks and Applications

Chin Na Counterattacks and Applications (擒拿反攻和應用, qínná fǎngōng hé yìngyòng) is about using Chin Na techniques to counter Chin Na techniques. Various scenarios will present different options for following up with applications.