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Wing Chuns Reactionary mind

February 10, 2013 / in Wing Chun Theory / by Sifu Justin Och

Wing Chuns Reactionary mind

(this article can not be copied or used on any other site, permission only to share link) Once you have practiced this properly you may notice you have quicker reactions with a calm mind.  A confident, trained calm and relaxed body, is a reactionary mind.This does not mean that you should add or mix other martial art forms into your Wing Chuns Reactionary mind .

A reactionary mind is much faster because it can sense, see, feel and use the entire body as a antenna.

Through sensitivity drills you will feel the opponents skeletal structure change to throw another attack.  As this skeletal structure adjusts you can decipher and calculate what attacks they most likely will be able to do from this position, and defend and counter-attack accordingly.This does not mean that you should add or mix other martial art forms into your Wing Chuns Reactionary mind .  Constantly working and practicing on building slow reactions and slow sparring into quicker, faster and harder reactions and sparring encounters builds this type of mindset.

Eventually your mind and muscle memory will be able to react to all different types of positions.  Educating yourself on other arts and how they fight will assist you in this goal.This does not mean that you should add or mix other martial art forms into your Wing Chuns Reactionary mind .  Learning what assailants use on the street, what security cameras have caught on tape and training on those will all make a less surprised you.

Within our school, we teach that if you do not know what they may, then you may get surprised and caught off guard.  Know your weaknesses and seek out how you would stop yourself.  Then focus on eliminating those weaknesses and creating them into strengths.

This does not mean that you should add or mix other martial art forms into your Wing Chuns Reactionary mind .  If taught properly and in its entirety, Wing Chun is a complete hand to hand stand up survival martial art.  I have seen so many school owners and instructors of Wing Chun say there is no ground defense, no kick defense, no gun, knife, or stick defense.This does not mean that you should add or mix other martial art forms into your Wing Chuns Reactionary mind .  These not only exist in Wing Chun but are seen and used throughout different lineages of Wing Chun and are practiced daily.  Understanding, educating and training yourself against other martial arts will help you develop a deeper understanding and versatility in your Wing Chun system. Though it can only do this if you have a full understanding of the Wing Chun’s full combat application.

Once achieved you will develop skills and abilities that you may have never noticed or been able to reach before this.

You will see your own weaknesses and strengths.  You will also see what you need to do to become better.  You will get a deeper rooted knowledge that will reveal more than you may have ever known about yourself and the art within you. This does not mean that you should add or mix other martial art forms into your Wing Chuns Reactionary mind . You will be better able to survive.  The purpose of my goal is to increase your survival and ability to minimize damage to yourself and those you love.

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Sifu Justin Och

Chief Instructor at Sifu Och Wing Chun
Sifu Justin Och has direct Ip Man lineage instruction under the Ip Ching, Ip Chun, Simon Lau, and Moy Yat system and spent his life training and advancing students in the Wing Chun Kung Fu system here in Lakeland Florida. He is also the Southeastern USA Regional Director of the World Ving Tsun Association for the America's.
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