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Lakeland Florida Wing Chun Kung Fu Martial Arts
What Makes us Different | The SE U.S.A. HUB for the World Ving Tsun Athletic Association, Sifu Justin Och has trained in over 10 countries, and is a 3rd generation Ip Man Wing Chun Kung Fu Instructor. The only center in Florida certified to teach the entire Ip Man system under all four lineages of Moy Yat, Ip Ching, Ip Chun, and Simon Lau. Sifu Justin Och has also trained with Masters under the legendary fighter Wong Shun Leung’s combat system.
What We Do | Our academy is very different by comparison to other martial arts schools because we focus on real-world results—not belts and “points”. We teach and encourage kids, adults, families, and individuals through both group and private lessons. Dedicated students interested in learning the entire system of Wing Chun Kung Fu, self defense, cardio kickboxing, kids martial arts, after school pickup programs, and no-gi Jiujitsu are welcome to join any one of our many programs. We are one big martial arts family—training, socializing, and making friends of all ages.
Chief Instructor Biography
Sifu Justin Och is Central Florida’s most widely traveled Wing Chun instructor, the only one certified to teach the entire system under all four Ip Man lineages of Moy Yat, Ip Chun, Ip Ching, and Simon Lau. We offer both traditional and advanced Modern Combat Wing Chun Kung Fu. READ MORE
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Wing Chun teaches only two weapons formally. The Long Pole and the Butterfly swords, both showcased in the Ip Man Series of movies, are powerful weapons that have very interesting pasts. While they are both very effective, neither of them were design originally to kill. This is due to their Shaolin roots. We will present […]
Serious Unarmed Combat thru real Wing Chun Kung Fu Military and Special Forces train in Close Quarter Combat to quickly take down enemies. Private citizens can learn it as well. To learn such a skill a person must undergo rigorous training. Training that involves using sudden, overwhelming, and relentless application of violence to give enemy […]
Japanese Martial arts In our previous article, Martial Arts Philosophy-Chinese Versus Japanese Part 2, we covered the Chinese side. In this article we will go over Japanese martial arts. Japanese martial arts bases its principles heavily on certain beliefs—religious or not—depending on the style. Shintoism (an ethnic Japanese religion) is a strong fundamental in the […]