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Shoulder Pain, Rotator Cuff, Bong Sau, Training Recover, Injury Prevention

Elongated Rotator Cuff – Wing Chun Killer

Wednesday, November 2nd, 2016

The elongated Rotator Cuff Can be detrimental to your training. A literal wing chun killer. Be sure to follow these instructions to fight back!

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Learn These Three Moves

Learn These Three Moves For Self Defense

Monday, October 31st, 2016

Learn these three core Wing Chun techniques to ensure victory! These techniques stand out due to their simplicity. Learn these three moves, and your Wing Chun will have a solid base. Be simple, direct, and devastating!

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Wing Chun Bui Jee Thrusting Fingers

Wing Chun Biu Jee Thrusting Fingers (Bil Jee)

Monday, September 19th, 2016

On the street, the eyes are one of the best targets. But, how to attack them? Wing Chun Biu Jee, or “thrusting fingers” is a great tool for such a devastatingly effective target.

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How to Wu Sau correctly

How to Wu Sau Correctly – Technique is Everything

Wednesday, September 7th, 2016

The Wu Sau is not only a block, it can also be turned into an offensive technique. Understanding how to Wu Sau correctly is more important than you may think.

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wing chun double punch

Master the Wing Chun Double Punch

Monday, September 5th, 2016

Wing Chun is known for being extremely fast, and there’s a technique that can cause an immediate concussion if done properly: the Wing Chun Double Punch.

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Chi sau Wing Chun's wet stone

Chi Sao – Wing Chun’s Whetstone

Monday, August 29th, 2016

One of the most talked about aspect of Wing Chun is Chi Sao. Many schools show it to you in your first week of training. We do things a little differently.

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fighting three against one

Fighting Three Against One – Advantages

Friday, August 26th, 2016

Fighting three against one has an advantage…So how about three limbs against one?

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Wing Chun white sash to black sash

Wing Chun White Sash to Black Sash – How Long?

Wednesday, August 24th, 2016

Going from the Wing Chun white sash to black sash takes time, commitment, and a lot of self-control. This is the difficult journey from apprentice to Sifu.

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Seeing Wing Chun Progress during training

Seeing Wing Chun Progress During Training

Monday, August 15th, 2016

You may be making progress but not recognize that you are. So how can you start seeing Wing Chun progress during training? We’ve got some suggestions.

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