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Training Tips: reference point techniques - Kung Fu Report #225

 

In our last video, we got a few people asking us about the unrealistic training techniques of the Wing Chun & Hakka techniques we demo. We call them training devices. We understand that achieving a good martial arts level takes a lot of training time and effort, but in today's Kung Fu Report I will highlight some vital points you should always consider when you need to apply those...

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Wing Chun Third Form - Man Sau - Concepts And Applications - Kung Fu Report #224

 

Today we'll talk about the Man Sau. This technique that's also present in the 3rd form of Wing Chun can be used to deflect an opponent's strike, and, when combined with some Hakka concepts, it can be very useful. Let's check it out on today's Kung Fu Report!

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Wing Chun - Don't impose your will to get your way in - Kung Fu Report #223

 

The idea of this Kung Fu Report is to discuss with you how in a real situation, your opponent might totally ignore the pain you're trying to cause him. This, for example, can be caused by adrenaline. How do you fight with someone that is full of adrenaline in their body and can't feel any kind of pain? This might happen to you, and your regular Wing Chun or Martial arts techniques won't train...

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Wing Chun 3rd Form - Cause pain on the way to taking center - Kung Fu Report #222

 

 

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Wing Chun's third form is when you feel like you're in a really bad place and time. That's when we usually bring the third form applications in. When adrenaline is involved, pain tolerance is really high, therefore your techniques may not finish the fight if your success depends on causing pain to your opponent. You have to get into his center and disable his...

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Wing Chun: Bil Gee Form breaks all the rules - Kung Fu Report #221

 

 

While Wing Chun's first and the second form prepares you for the winning part of a combative performance, the third Wing Chun form teaches you about occasions that you are most likely to lose. Sifu Wong Shun Leung taught me how to understand the Wing Chun third form correctly and that is what I want to share with you in today's Kung Fu Report. How to use the Bil Tze form when a situation...

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How To Use the Ginger Fist - Kung Fu Report #220

 

 

In the previous video, I showed you how to use the explosive force against a grab. In today's Kung Fu Report, I'll teach you techniques that can also be used in those situations and we are used to it when learning the third Wing Chun form, the Bil Tze.

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Why Tai Chi doesn't work in a fight....but, does it matter? - Kung Fu Report #219

 

 

Kung Fu and its culture are the roots of a lot of centuries' styles. Tai Chi is represented nowadays in a way that some practitioners always question its efficiency. In today's Kung Fu Report we will discuss what is the background of Tai Chi philosophy and style, and where it is based on.

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Wing Chun EXPLOSIVE FORCE using inch power - Kung Fu Report #218

 

 

Traditional Kung Fu translated to a self-defense real situation. Lets talk about when you need to use a reaction force towards your opponent, sometimes you will only have short space and time to react, and that's when your explosive power has to show up. In today's Kung Fu Report, you will find out how to connect the "long bridge explosive force" traditional concept into your Wing Chun...

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Taking Center vs Side Stepping - Kung Fu Report #217

 

 

The Wing Chun system has some basic principles. In today's Kung Fu Report, Cris and I will discuss about the important idea that Wing Chun system teaches us about evaluating the situation and using stepsides or spinning the opponent off of his center instead.

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Wing Chun TRAP YOUR OPPONENT! Take his center, don't let him recover! - Kung Fu Report #216

 

 

Classical and Non-Classical Wing Chun principles are not clear to everyone. Even tho I've trained both for years and it's natural for me, that might be difficult for some of you in the audience to identify and train them separately. So that's what today's Kung Fu Report episode is about, identifying, training, and ending trapping rallies. This is a more advanced Wing Chun training...

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