Wing Chun Theory
Friday, September 9th, 2016
Some sifus are simply out there to push their students through the sash or belt system and make as much money off of them as they can. Is your Sifu a fraud or the real deal?
Monday, August 8th, 2016
Does Wing Chun actually work as a practical street fighting system? Better still—can you evaluate it based on Internet research alone? Read on…
Thursday, August 4th, 2016
Many popular striking styles seem to shy away from simultaneous hand techniques, but two hands are better than one in self defense.
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 […]
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.
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 […]
Friday, September 20th, 2013
We all live in a less than ideal world. In street fighting Wing Chun techniques seek to diffuse the advantage of an opponent (or opponents). Fights should be the last resort to resolving any conflict, but unfortunately, we may find ourselves in a situation where we have to fight. Street fighting is the most common situation you’ll […]
Sunday, September 15th, 2013
If you look up “combative” in Wikipedia, you get the following definition: “the United States Army’s term for hand-to-hand combat training and techniques”. It’s a term that stems out of World War I and is now widely used in most close quarter fighting techniques. For Wing Chun combative training, we’re really differentiating the fact that our Wing […]
Saturday, September 7th, 2013
Are you in or out of range? When training in Wing Chun you should never stay in mid-range during a fight. Mid-range is where both you and the assailant can strike, punch and kick at each other. Let’s put it this way—why would want to exchange blows or have your assailant be at their optimum when attacking? You wouldn’t. Wing […]