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Wing Chun Martial Arts: Principles and Techniques

Wing Chun Martial Arts: Principles and Techniques by Yip Chun, Chun Yip

Wing Chun Martial Arts: Principles and Techniques



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Wing Chun Martial Arts: Principles and Techniques Yip Chun, Chun Yip ebook
Publisher: Red Wheel/Weiser
Format: pdf
ISBN: 9780877287964
Page: 128


Because when you are close range you're not really going to lift your legs up. Or competition, then experience at higher level skills becomes important. The element of this “skill” is chi sau. Recognizable techniques aren't what defines Wing Chun. With the proper mindset it can be brutally efficient on Win Chun combat. Recognizable techniques define other martial arts. Wing Chun is a traditional martial art from southern China with a reputation for sophisticated simplicity. The techniques proposed in the study of Classical Martial Arts are more clearly the study of the principle that lies behind the technique. Secondly, forget about the idea of Wing Chun techniques. Wing Chun is based on principles not techniques and requires an educated sifu to transfer the art, unlike MMA which relies heavily on physical strength. The purpose of chi sau, or stick hands, training is to increase the practitioner's sensitivity, The most important principle of Wing Chun is to use speed & skill to overcome a bigger & stronger opponent. It should be noted that the stepping technique of Wing Tsun differs from that used within the Wing Chun system. As a result the system does on have many “Forms” as is the case with other Kung Fu Systems and Karate with its many Katas. BJJ kids deny this point but cannot escape the base reality that their sport has weight divisions. € There's no doubt that Wing Chun is primarily a hand-orientated style. Wing Chun is its concepts and principles. If we are talking martial art challenges,. That is the literal meaning of chi-sau, but in the context of martial arts, it is the metaphor given to the unique drills & techniques exclusive to the Wing Chun fighting system. You need flexible ideas because principles of technique are far more important. Than the strict shape and technique.” ***.