Adjusting traditional Kung Fu for modern-day situations.
This video is about my personal experience talking to Wong Shun Leung and how he opened my eyes to the precise logical and simple way how Wing Chun works. Where, when, why, and how.
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Meeting him definitely changed my Wing Chun, it was an amazing experience that I am grateful for. However, some rumors on forums keep suggesting that I am a teacher in his lineage, I am NOT, meeting...
Today we will look at the idea of setting up your next shot after any strike. This idea is also present in the Dummy Form. Let's discuss!
Today we will look at the Double Low palm movements in Wing Chun which is in the Dummy Form. The context is defending someone grabs and tries to knee you in the head. We will show how to use it and enhance the applications using other low hits.
Today we will look at the Man Sau movements in Wing Chun Dummy Form. We will show the applications of this movement as well as some ways to enhance power.
Today we will discuss a quick tip on how to accelerate your learning curve. The tried and tested way is using mass repetitions. But there is another way, and it has to do with studying other styles.
Stay safe and train hard.
Today we will look at the Low Bong Sau movements in Wing Chun Dummy Form. We will show the applications of this movement as well as some ways to enhance power.
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We will look at the Huen Sau movements in Wing Chun. The application can be both offensive and defensive. Let's discuss.
Today we will look at the Pak Sau movements in the dummy form. More specifically, the correct execution of Pak Sau on the wooden dummy to get more power.
Today we will look at the Jut Sau plus Low Strike movements in the dummy form. While the low strike is a palm strike on the wooden dummy, it is not a good idea to use it in a real fight, We will discuss why and introduce better applications of the techniques.
Today we will look at the Toc Sau movement which is in the Sil Lim Tau form and the Chum Kil form, and of course, the Wooden Dummy. It's used to lift the elbow to steal your opponent's balance. We will discuss its applications, power generation, and how to avoid common mistakes.
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