Techniques and Styles

Gun and Knife Offense and Defense Training

Gun and Knife Offense and Defense Training

Wednesday, February 17th, 2016

If you want to learn truly effective gun and knife offense and defense training, our Advanced Wing Chun Training classes will set you on the right path. Flashy techniques, jumping spinning kicks, or moves that have you “strip or snatch” the knife from the attackers hands are not aimed or forged in real-life street fighting. Rather, they’re […]

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Wing Chun Chi Sao drilling

Advanced Chi Sao Sticky Hands Drilling

Monday, December 14th, 2015

Advanced Chi Sao or “Sticky Hands” drilling increases a Wing Chun fighter’s ability to respond to an opponent’s changes, adaptations, and varying attacks during a fight. Chi Sao (or Chi Sau) trains you in the development of automatic reflex responses through sensitive contact training with the forearms, legs, and body. The amazing part about Chi Sao drilling is that it […]

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Learning Krav Maga Lakeland FL Style

Saturday, February 28th, 2015

If you’ve been interested in Krav Maga, then you’re in the right place! Sifu Och Wing Chun is a certified and licenced training facility for realistic self defense, close range combat and Wing Chun Kung Fu. If you are looking into the Krav Maga fighting style, popularized by the Israeli special forces, then you may want to take a look […]

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Wing Chun Kung Fu Polk County Military Self Defense

Practical Street Fighting Techniques

Saturday, February 28th, 2015

We’re often asked about whether or not Wing Chun Kung Fu offers practical street fighting techniques. The short answer is a resounding: Yes! I’m not saying this because I have seen Ip Man movies, or The Grandmaster. Rather, our Lakeland Wing Chun training system is practical for street fights because it trains you right from the start to be […]

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Wing Chun Hidden Reserves by Sifu Och in Kung Fu Style

Wing Chun Hidden Reserves by Sifu Och

Tuesday, February 10th, 2015

The Wing Chun King Fu style taps hidden reserves by always attempting to exert force and techniques in areas where the opponent is the weakest and can’t easily resist. We have all heard the term “where the head goes, the body flows.” This can also hold true, in part, with respect to the elbows, wrists, knees, ankles, and […]

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how to break an arm and a leg simultaneously

How to Break an Arm and a Leg Simultaneously

Tuesday, February 3rd, 2015

In Wing Chun, if I’m going to kick, I’m going to kick towards an opponent’s centerline—perpendicular towards his right patella. Then I want to immediately punch off. That is the way to break an arm and a leg simultaneously. If I were to try and kick the opponent’s forward leg, head on, with my right there is not only […]

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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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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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