Is Wing Chun even viable.

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  1. Graywalker

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    I would say yes. At least parts of it, do seem to be viable.

    I am not an expert or even a practitioner, but I believe most systems have some units that work, if needed.
     
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  2. Oily Dragon

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    The Chinese saying for this is the bridge inside one inch, the cheun kiu. It's fairly lethal.
     
  3. Hanzou

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    Wing Chun's effectiveness depends on the practitioner and the instruction.

    It wouldn't be on my personal list of recommended styles, but different people have different interests.
     
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    You can learn a lot of Wing Chun by learning other styles, particularly southern family styles.

    You could do a lot with Wing Chun if you knew what you were doing first.

    If you don't, you'd probably think kim yeurng ma is a fighting stance.123
     
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