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The History of Ip Man Wing Chun Kung Fu

Thursday, January 15th, 2015

Who was Ip Man? Wing Chun is popular thanks to Hollywood movies and its flashy style and no-nonsense self-defense techniques. But it’s difficult to hear Wing Chun without also having the name Ip Man mentioned in the same sentence. Ip Man (pronounced “Ip-Mun”) has a very fascinating history and was integral in the modern training and perfecting of this extreme […]

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Lakeland Ledger – Lion Dance at the Museum

Wednesday, September 17th, 2014

Lion Dance at the Museum – Chinese Lion Dancing The Lion Dance team under Sifu Och does charity performance for the Families of Polk County and The Polk Musem of Art!!  The Lakeland, Florida Wing Chun Martial Arts and Lion Dance Team were featured in the Lakeland Ledger! We love seeing the Polk News feature the […]

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Wing Chun Beginner

Is Wing Chun Beginner Kung Fu?

Friday, October 25th, 2013

Some are concerned about how our society is getting rougher, and situations may arise where you need to engage in self defense to protect yourself or your family. If you’re interested or involved in martial arts for self defense, studying Wing Chun gives you skills for both self-protection and general physical fitness. It’s not that […]

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Muscle Conditioning Kung Fu

Muscle Conditioning with Kung Fu

Sunday, October 20th, 2013

Muscle conditioning with King Fu is a great way to build strength, endurance, and power. After all, great Chinese military craftsman and combative experts prepared and honed their bodies for hundreds of years using Wing Chun or similar techniques. Muscle conditioning increases the capacity of your body to withstand blows as well as build strength […]

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Wing Chun Centerline Theory

Sunday, October 20th, 2013

With Wing Chun centerline theory, students focus on the hitting power, direction, and intent of their delivered blows. In this way they are visualizing the strike through the body to the vitals, organs, and spinal column.

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Chi Gerk Wing Chun Leg Fighting

Saturday, October 12th, 2013

One of the most well-known and misinterpreted martial arts, Ving tsun kuen (more commonly written as Wing Chun) has baffled many as a style that involves simple and direct footwork. For many Kung Fu systems, complex footwork has always been a normal thing, but Wing Chun breaks that mold—believing in simple and direct movements for […]

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MMA vs Wing Chun

MMA vs Wing Chun Similarity and Differences

Thursday, October 3rd, 2013

The Wing Chun style has long been acknowledged as being illogical for MMA on the grounds that striking doesn’t occur until your opponent first strikes—making it a largely defensive technique. The assumption continues, stating that passive moves that “cause no harm” are executed in a sort of kickboxing system while your opponent attempts to deliver knockout blows. For those who aren’t […]

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Building Striking Power with Wing Chun

Sunday, September 29th, 2013

Wing Chun Kung Fu is a war-like art as well as a combat system born in Southern China. While this art was planned by a woman and is actually aimed for small people to attack larger people, building striking power is quite important to be effective. Apart from strengthening muscles as well as making one effective using […]

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Modern Wing Chun Kung Fu Dragon Pole

Sunday, September 22nd, 2013

The dragon pole used in modern wing Chun Kung Fu is most commonly built out of a single piece of hardwood. While there’s a legitimate concern for ensuring the pole doesn’t break, you also want to combine the advantages of using a good structural weapon with excellent technique. Believe it or not, having good breathing techniques in addition to possessing a […]

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