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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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Wing Chun Countering Energies

Thursday, August 8th, 2013

Newton’s law addresses countering energies, essentially saying that they provide an upward and forward counteracting force versus the opposing forces of gravity and rooting (the inertia caused by planting your feet correctly). Because of the principles in Wing Chun countering, we always train students to always press forward and downward—even when traveling backwards. Tension and compression are all acting […]

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Training Wing Chun Kung Fu Beginners

Saturday, August 3rd, 2013

Training Wing Chun Kung Fu beginners starts right in with the hand to hand intelligent close combat system. Each technique is trained to be extremely effective—and that just takes repetition, dedication, and time. For self-confidence and self defense our program at Sifu Och Wing Chun in Downtown Lakeland florida is an amazing system. Wing Chun Kung Fu, while very well known […]

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Should You Fear Wing Chun or Wing Chun Training?

Saturday, July 20th, 2013

A lot of experienced and inexperience students come from various backgrounds, but should you fear Wing Chun training? We don’t think so at all…unless you’re an opponent ad you’re trained in another martial art that is! Fear comes in two forms: Fear generated by practiced Wing Chun, and fear of starting or engaging in a Wing […]

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Wing Chun Kung Fu Training for Quick Reactions

Saturday, July 6th, 2013

Wing Chun doesn’t emphasize elegance, points, or have a sports-oriented mentality. Its only interest is simplicity and using the most highly effective and proficient techniques. Your understanding and ability are based off of your teacher’s ability and your willingness to learn and practice. If they have it, and can teach it, you’ll be able to learn…if […]

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Pressure Points in Martial Arts Self Defense

Monday, June 24th, 2013

Some forms and styles of kung fu fighting, including Wing Chun, include the study and use of pressure points. When applied properly, pressure to particular areas of the body produces excruciating pain. This weakness or susceptibility in the human body can help you achieve victory over an assailant or attacker. Pressure Points Defined: A pressure point is literally […]

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Wing Chun Stances and Rooting as Foundation

Tuesday, June 4th, 2013

More than bent knees and wide stances, Wing Chun stances and rooting provide the basis for the strength and force of each offensive and defensive move. Take, for instance, a “duck stance”—most people walk and stand with the toes pointing out from the heels and centerline. When this happens, your center of gravity changes from […]

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