Guard Up and Wu Sau

Today we talk about keeping your guard up with Wu Sau!

Wu Sau is one of the first hand techniques we learn and it’s also our most versatile because Wu Sau can transition to any of our hand techniques for defense OR offense.

Ultimately, Wu Sau should always be up and on guard. And unless both hands are being used, one should always be in Wu Sau, ready to defend in case anything passes the forward arm.

So keep your Wu Sau up!

Rules of Wing Chun

Today we talk about the most important rule of Wing Chun!

Hold Your Ground

Today we talk about holding your ground and I share a drill you can use with your partner to practice!

Close the Distance

Today we talk about closing the distance, stepping in, and what it means to land a full strike on your opponent.

Trust Your Bong Sau

Today we talk about the benefits of trusting your Bong Sau.

Let’s Do Chum Kiu Together

Today, we do the second open hand form in Wing Chun together.

What Chum Kiu Means to Me

Today we go deeper into Chum Kiu, the second open hand Wing Chun form!

The Four Types of Open Hand Forms

Today we talk about the four types of open hand forms in Wing Chun.

Defend and Strike in Chi Sao

Today we talk about defending and striking in Chi Sao, also known as the art of multitasking.

Create Your Own Wing Chun Form

Today we talk about creating your own Wing Chun form!

Using Your Free Time to Practice Wing Chun

Today we talk about using your free time to practice Wing Chun.

Hey there, welcome!

My name is Edgar and I started learning Wing Chun in August 2009. This website chronicles my Wing Chun training and offers my perspective to other Wing Chun practitioners. I am not an instructor or a grand master, I am just a student.

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