I created this website to help people like you who are looking for Wing Chun training tips to better understand some of the concepts and principles behind Wing Chun.
Wing Chun Training
Wing Chun is easy to learn even if it starts off complicated. Let me explain. One of the first things we learn is to do everything at once, such as defending with Tan Sau, striking with a straight punch, and shifting with our feet. Our body isn’t used to doing all that at once but after a few practice sessions, our bodies learns and adapts to doing it. Once our muscle memory remembers the movements, the next step is applying the principles behind each movement.
I organized my articles on this page for those who are new to Wing Chun and those who are experienced. But don’t let the labels “new” or “experienced” stop you from reading it. If you have any questions or would like to offer your feedback on any of the articles, leave a comment and be sure to click the link that says “Subscribe via e-mail.” I will reply the best I can and possibly, other readers of the article will do the same.
New to Wing Chun
- 3 Ways to Keep Your Shoulders Relaxed>
- The Centerline Theory
- The Art of Shifting
- The Importance of Taking Notes After Wing Chun Class
- The Pace of Sil Lim Tao
- Drop Your Defenses and Take the Hit!
Experienced in Wing Chun
- Double Your Efficiency in Wing Chun
- Train Without a Partner
- Chi Sao Training
- The 80-20 Principe of Chi Sao
- Wing Chun Dummy Training
- Stepping In and Moving Forward
- Wing Chun Body Conditioning Part 1 | Part 2
- An introduction to Chi Gerk
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