Wing Chun Theory

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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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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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In Street Fighting Wing Chun Reduces Mistakes

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 […]

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Lakeland Wing Chun Combative Training

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 […]

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Maintaining Correct Fighting Ranges in Combat

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 […]

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Win a Street Fight Using Wing Chun

Friday, August 30th, 2013

No one can argue that Bruce Lee possessed a powerful and muscular physique. Along with that, most people admire him because of the fighting styles he has shown—both in movies and in real life. Like so many martial artists, Bruce Lee trained in boxing, jujitsu, karate, judo and Greco-roman wrestling just to name a few. […]

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The science of Wing Chun

The Science of Wing Chun Self Defense

Saturday, August 17th, 2013

Every classic and modern combat system is based in science. It may not be up-front and obvious, but all fighting styles utilize movements, systems, and methodologies that can be broken down into force, leverage, inertia, angles, and power. If that’s not science—well, we don’t know what is. So it makes perfect sense that we’d want […]

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Wing Chun Weaknesses

Wing Chun Weaknesses and Limitations

Friday, August 16th, 2013

Is Wing Chun unstoppable? Of course not—no martial arts style is perfect. On top of that, it’s not necessarily the style that wins a fight, but the dedication and fitness of the practitioner who wields it. Still, there are some Wing Chun weaknesses that we can discuss freely and with openness to the style’s apparent […]

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Zombies Versus Wing Chun

Thursday, August 15th, 2013

Sadly, there have been several recent reports of various attackers fighting off zombie attacks. Just today, I read a report of a youth who was running home when three or four zombies struck him. He arrived in the doctor’s facility with a nibble wound…whereby specialists then observed him until he converted. It’s clearly beneficial to consider how well you’re equipped to […]

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