- May 2, 2020
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I don't think this is true, the part about "most".Most of the MA systems label the system by using the offensive techniques. Why does WC use defense techniques to label the system?
Like, what is a "defensive" technique in Wing Chun?
If we went down the list of Wing Chun hand techniques they are almost all strikes.
But like he just said, you're talking about a simultaneous attack/defense system, where a pak sau slapping block can parry a strike, or slam into the side of someones head, using basic hip rotation and short range motion.
Wing Chun is a very aggressive system in theory, but I don't think that really shows in a lot of the online demos, sparring etc. you will only see it in full contact competiton and maybe light contact sparring.