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Wing Chun ADVANCED FAK SAU Applications - KFR #196

 

The Fak Sau, used both in Sil Lim Tau and in Chum Kil, is often overlooked but very effective. It's used in other Kung Fu systems too. You can use it from many different exercises such as practicing all your Wing Chun hands, trapping, Chi Sao etc. Let's discuss some applications.

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Why SELF CONTROL is VITAL? - Kung Fu Report #193

 

Hello everyone! Even tho we are living in very tough days, we should always try to dominate our primate instinct. The world is surrounded by situations that constantly put us on the edge, especially when we're dealing with some sort of violence. In today's Kung Fu Report I'd like to discuss how we, as martial artists, can deal with the modern days' challenges and do not put on somebody else our...

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Can you really DEFEND YOURSELF as a SENIOR? - Kung Fu Report #191

Some people messaged me after watching my last video and bringing up that some senior practitioners could not perform the techniques and moves I showed on that episode. There are some reasons that I'll discuss on today's Kung Fu Report that I believe will bring some context to what was shown on episode #190. You can check it out by clicking here.

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TRAINING EQUIPMENT TIPS - Kung Fu Report #187

 

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A lot of my students ask me what I think should be the best equipment for training punches....

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Chum Kil Uppercut

The Uppercut is found at the end of the second section in the Chum Kil form. Most of the time,  people explain this motion in the form of an uppercut short punch. While this may be true, it is much more than just one new technique or punches being introduced by the form. Just like Sil Lim Tao and all of the other Wing Chun forms, 99% of all motions in the forms are principles and...
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What's your concept of training?

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Adam Chan Kung Fu & Wing Chun
What's your concept of training?
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In the second episode of my audio series, I'd like to bring up the idea of meaning for your training. Hold on with me and let's discuss it.

Training sometimes gets us to do work on something that we actually do not like. When you are training Martial Arts or Wing Chun or any style, there will have things you like training and other things that you don't like training. That is...

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