Yin Fu, nicknamed "Thin Yin" had a long and thin build, his outward appearance concealed his true internal strength. He was famous for his use of footwork in evasion and in applying fierce strikes utilizing the "ox-tongue" palm, as well as short powerful kicks. His quick hand work was best applied in adhering, deflecting, and striking, his power (or fajin) was bold, springy, and explosive. He had sensitive and agile legs, with elite footwork, capable of locking, trapping, or unbalancing an opponent with his legs. Yin Fu could grab an opponent's wrist with great strength- his index, middle finger, and thumb were so strong that the opponent could not break free from his grasp. Using this Snake System technique, Yin Fu could easily crush an opponent's wrist and tendons, as well as defeat the opponent with precise strikes to pressure point areas.The Kan Trigam Snake System's striking methods are: shoulder, elbow, knee, hip, thrusting, binding, entrapping, and grasping. The style is characterized by a coiling, smooth, and flowing moving with the force palm, with many of the strikes targeted at vital organs. Yin Fu utilized grasps and binding techniques capable of sealing and constricting an opponent's martial structures and breath.