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WingChunIllustrated Jun 15
"Hawkins asked me to punch him in the face. As a fighter, he wanted me to go for it and really try."—Don't miss out on Sifu Robert Chu's article from the upcoming Issue 48. On sale June 21 as PRINT and DOWNLOAD.
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Kathy 1h
Looking forward to attending 2 classes of a week as of this week. I'm on the basic course and far from being at Ip Man's level. We all have to start somewhere 😊👍
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Wing Chun Guide 10h
Chained vertical punches are a common identifier.
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Wing Chun Guide 19h
kicks are designed to knock an opponent off balance, break their leg, or to bring an opponent on their knees.
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@DoGaS@octodon.social Jun 15
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Wing Chun Guide 16h
Boost levels of motivation and your drive and hunger to learn more than ever before
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Wing Chun Guide 14h
techniques are means that if the technique fails to connect, the practitioner's position/balance is less affected
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Wing Chun Guide Jun 15
The punch is the most basic and fundamental in and is usually thrown with the elbow down and in front of the body.
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Martial Discounter Jun 12
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Nataniel Rosa Jun 10
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Wing Chun Guide 20h
Kicks in are mostly directed at the lower half of the body.
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Wing Chun Guide 9h
The practitioner develops reflexes within the searching of unsecured defenses through use of sensitivity.
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Trumpateers Jun 12
No ever playing political better. Ugly forces beat themselves.
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Wing Chun Guide Jun 15
The punch comes from the body and not the arm. Like most other punches in martial arts, punches with the body.
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Wing Chun Guide Jun 10
utilises both striking and grappling while specialising in close-range combat.
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Wing Chun Guide Jun 12
Softness (via relaxation) and performing techniques in a relaxed manner, is fundamental to .
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Wing Chun Guide Jun 13
While the existence of a "central axis" concept is unified in , the interpretation of the centerline concept itself is not.
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amfmtapedisc Jun 8
This pic of Tony elbowing his wooden dummy will bring him good luck tonight 🔮
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Wing Chun Guide Jun 14
techniques are generally "closed", with the limbs drawn in to protect the central area and also to maintain balance.
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The Sports Column 13h
Kadin McElwain: "Bruce Lee, the original! I enjoyed looking back on this man's great career. My article is at The Sports Column."
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