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  1. wckf92

    Training methodology

    Neither did I. But their wing chun didn't seem to be combat focused, so maybe they didn't want to admit it to a fellow wing chun brother? Either way, I'm glad and grateful my wing chun upbringing was highly focused on pressure testing.
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    Training methodology

    Found it I think?
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    Training methodology

    Hi @Forwardpower Can you link the Rokas video here? Thx!
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    Training methodology

    Welcome to the forum! I had a very similar experience when I first ventured out to another lineages school.
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    Controlling And Dominating the Opponents Center

    Exactly. Leg training is brutal, hence most dont like to do it and focus on the hands instead.
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    Solo Training for Chum Kiu

    He wasn't asking you. He quoted KPM's post.
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    Advanced Wing Chun Structure

    Just my opinion but I would think this sort of stuff would go against WC's core idea of not fighting force with force. Why not let the limb flow around the incoming power? I look forward to reading other's thoughts on this video.
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    Is Wing Chun being used the wrong way in fighting?

    @Kung Fu Wang I should clarify that I'm talking about your "arm wrap" scenario. I agree with you about the wrist grab. But it is not a prolonged event. I'm not grabbing to maintain; only to violently pull...
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    Is Wing Chun being used the wrong way in fighting?

    So can punching him in the face, really really hard. :D
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    Is Wing Chun being used the wrong way in fighting?

    I would have to say a big NO to that. I'm not saying it can't or wouldn't happen because everything is circumstantial; but just that a WC person would most likely lean towards striking. Just my .02
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    Is Wing Chun being used the wrong way in fighting?

    Yup. It is in the forms.
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    Is Wing Chun being used the wrong way in fighting?

    I don't think @Flying Crane is saying that at all...I think what he is saying is pick one style/method. This is a wing chun forum and IMO what you have demo'd isn't WC. If throwing arts is where your skill is...then great, use that vs trying to merge the two. I agree with you that its best to...
  13. wckf92

    Is Wing Chun being used the wrong way in fighting?

    :D two thumbs up! In John's example above...he has done 4 or 5 movements and hasn't yet dealt any definitive blow. IMO, this is not the way of Wing Chun.
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    long knife form

    Don't know who this is, nor if this is representative of Yip Ching's form (as the title indicates), but this has got to be one of the longer versions I've seen. Also, there seemed to be lots of 'flipping' going on.
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    Is Wing Chun being used the wrong way in fighting?

    Yup! And, a lot of wing chun people fail to apply this to their WC IMO. This was a day 1 speech I still remember to this day! My instructor preached this simple fact. Any time your opponent sticks anything near you...cause it pain!
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    Is Wing Chun being used the wrong way in fighting?

    Cool. Yeah maybe my Vulcan logic filter needs adjusting haha. :vulcan:
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    Is Wing Chun being used the wrong way in fighting?

    I think its just the way you type dude...it is confusing to comprehend some times. You stated: "Use your punch to create an opening,", so: If you just punched your opponent in the head, you are not using your punch to create an opening...you are exploiting an opening. If you just punched...
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    Is Wing Chun being used the wrong way in fighting?

    Exactly. Your 2 contradicts your 1.
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    Is Wing Chun being used the wrong way in fighting?

    Ok, now you've lost me. You just changed what you said! Anyway, as for the drill you are referencing...here is a hint you should know already: it's just a drill. It is not a literal expression of fighting.
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    Is Wing Chun being used the wrong way in fighting?

    I see. Well, I would say that it is not the main strategy/tactic. I would say the main strategy/tactic is to punch/strike...THEN...if the punch/strike doesn't land on the intended target, or is otherwise interrupted along its way to the target, then the hands flow and cycle per the methods...
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    Is Wing Chun being used the wrong way in fighting?

    You are trained in WC...what is your opinion on that?
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    Anyone attend the WC get together in Lakeland FL this past weekend?

    Didn't hear of it. Sounds like it went well.
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    WC history video

    Agreed Hunter!
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    WC history video

    Cantonese vs Hakka connections...
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    Is Wing Chun being used the wrong way in fighting?

    What do I win? A free lesson next time I'm out in NM? :D
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    Is Wing Chun being used the wrong way in fighting?

    I think he is referring to how a boxer/ring fighter will "circle away from the power hand" using small slices of a pie or degrees on a clock. They tend to go in a slow circle...
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    Is Wing Chun being used the wrong way in fighting?

    These can be especially nasty!!!
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    Is Wing Chun being used the wrong way in fighting?

    I said WC kicks typically don't go HIGHER than the groin/waist. Didn't mention how low they go. But yes, most WC leg methods I know are from the ground to the groin/waist.
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    Is Wing Chun being used the wrong way in fighting?

    Ok then. But...I'd wager I can cause more damage to a leg where there are joints than a chest where there is large pec muscles, lots of bone, etc. Also...wing chun legs typically don't go higher than the groin/waist. I'd stomp kick the dude in the chest if he were already lying at my feet! :D
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    Stength & Conditioning for Wing Chun

    The old saying..."conditioning is King inside the ring"!!!
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