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Countering kicks

In Chum Kil, we are introduced to the methods of dealing with kicks. As in all Wing Chun counters, it is principle-based about using practical direct concepts rather than memorizing fixed patterns of techniques. For example, let's take a brief look at how to deal with a front kick to the groin. Here are some very basic concepts in progression.
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Should you train KICKS? - Kung Fu Report #185

 

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In a real situation, is very common we see fighters using primarily their arms rather than their legs. Some...

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WING CHUN KICKS

Wing Chun has an arsenal of kicks - cross-kick, front kick, side kick are the main ones, all other kicks are variations of these main kicks. The reason is, just like the hand strikes, in order to follow the directness principle, the strikes use mainly straight as possible attacks. Therefore, the kicks are the same idea, to go as directly as possible and hence the 3 main kicks.
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