Headlock

Headlock

Structure is important. Without it, you are easily tripped up. There is more than one way to get out of a headlock. Here Master Wong demonstrates the basic idea.

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Push Me, Pull You

Defending a Push

A core idea in Wing Chun is to control the opponent. It isn’t enough to defend the attack, such as a push. You need to control the attacker as part of the defense. Here is another Master Wong video showing one of several ways to deal with a push or…

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Fast Hands – Drill, Drill, Drill

Fast Hands

To get fast hands – or feet, or what-have-you – you need to practice. Drills are great for this. Motions rolled into a cyclical fashion so you and your partner can cram lots of repetitions into a small period of time. Here is Master Wong showing a wonderful drill. Though…

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Alternate Views

Alternate Views

There are so many different ways to interpret the moves in Siu Nim Tao. Here is some fun Master Wong ways of looking at some of the moves.

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History

Not Only Chi Sao

I have previously written on other web sites posts and papers on the history of Wing Chun. Here’s an example: What is Wing Chun’s Real History. It always feels good when you find something confirming your own thoughts and research. Here’s a nice little video on Wing Chun’s history. (Nailed…

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