Big Things, Little Things

Big Things, Little Things

Many of the students attending the Train with the Masters Wing Chun Seminar focused on the big things. It is quite understandable. What is the pattern the instructor is demonstrating? Left hand, then right, then left and left again, and so on. The beginner learns this way. For the old-timers,…

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Off to Train Wing Chun!

Train with the Masters 2017

We’re heading to Atlanta, GA today (04/28/17) to train Wing Chun under Sifu Francis Fong at Train with the Masters (2017). You won’t see many posts from me today, and do not expect any replies. I do not look at a phone during a seminar. I do not look at…

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Jing Mo Mindset

Jing Mo Mindset

“Constantly refine and polish your martial art.” “Forms and preconceptions create a world of illusion. Release the methods. Respond naturally and spontaneously. This is the only way to touch genuine reality.” Wing Chun is a living concept. Frankly, all martial arts are. Some arts and some instructors try to fix…

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Wing Chun is Not Chi Sao

Not Only Chi Sao

When you research Wing Chun you will see many people practicing either Chi Sao (Sticky Hands / Energy Hands), or the Mok Yan Jong (the wooden man dummy). These two things are so prevalent it becomes understandable the average person believes that is what Wing Chun is. It is not.…

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Old and New

Old and New

If you train a Martial Art, you have a feeling what you practice has been handed down over the space of time. It is especially true if you practice a Kung Fu, like Wing Chun. You believe what your Sifus show you are what he or she was shown, who…

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