Chinese Boxing the Lost Art

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Excellent article from my teacher, Sifu Alan Orr. Wing Chun is more than Chi Sao, it is a stand-up martial art. A (Chinese) boxing art. Key point is: your training must be alive not compliant to develop real skills. It’s how you train, how you fight. Enjoy

Sifu Alan Orr: Chinese Boxing the Lost Art.

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Excellent article from my teacher, Sifu Alan Orr. Wing Chun is more than Chi Sao, it is a stand-up martial art. A (Chine...

Wing Chun Singapore Force Flow Seminar

Force Flow Meridians

Last Saturday we had our first in-house seminar about the training and applications of Force Flow in Chu Sau Lei Wing Chun.

Force Flow is the lively use of Jin (劲) or force. This type of strength flows through one end of your body to the other. Hence the name “Force Flow”.

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Last Saturday we had our first in-house seminar about the training and applications of Force Flow in Chu Sau Lei Wing Ch...

Wing Chun Singapore: YJKYM Wing Chun stance

Wing Chun Stance YJKYM

In this post I would like to share with you my thoughts on the Yee Ji Kim Yeung Ma (YJKYM) Wing Chun stance. To be frank I never understood the benefits and usage of this type stance. Yes, there are many explanations but why do we practice it?

Over the years I asked several wing chun students read more

In this post I would like to share with you my thoughts on the Yee Ji Kim Yeung Ma (YJKYM) Wing Chun stance. To be frank...

Wing Chun Singapore 6-13-3 introduction course

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Last weekend, August 13 & 14  we organized the “Wing Chun Singapore 6-13-3 introduction course” for our senior students.

6-13- 3 is a model for learning and analyzing Chinese Internal Martial Arts. It’s name is an acronym for 6 Core Element, 13 States and 3 read more

      Last weekend, August 13 & 14  we organized the "Wing Chun Singapore 6-13-3 introduction course"...

Wing Chun Singapore Lesson 6: Defending the gates.

Introduction to Wing Chun gates

This lesson is about defending the gates. What are the gates? This term is used in martial arts to describe the zones, areas or “gates” of the human body that you can attack, control or defend.

There are various definitions of the gates, in this post we use the most basic the “four gates” definition. read more

Introduction to Wing Chun gates This lesson is about defending the gates. What are the gates? This term is used in marti...

Defending the gates

 

 

Some raw footage from our Sunday morning beginners class. Our students having fun practice ” defending the gates” gloves drill.

 

Cheers

Steven Wang

Head coach Chu Sau Lei Wing Chun Singapore

 

 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aIlJYmdY9WI&feature=youtu.be     Some raw footage from our Sunday morning begi...

Wing Chun Singapore Lesson 5: Wing Chun hands

Introduction

In this lesson we will discuss the Wing Chun hands. We will cover the proper form (shape, how it looks like) and function (what it is for) of the Wing Chun hands, not the applications. Chi Sao is the platform where you really learn how to apply the Wing Chun hands.

All techniques discussed here are read more

https://youtu.be/B_A91skNBPQ Introduction In this lesson we will discuss the Wing Chun hands. We will cover the proper f...

Wing Chun Singapore Lesson 4: Body Structure basics

Introduction

This post, Wing Chun Singapore Lesson 4: body structure basics, is an introduction in to the Chu Sau Lei body structure method. Body structure is a vast subject and integral to everything we practice in our Wing Chun.

It is such powerful concept that by just applying the basics we discuss here you read more

https://youtu.be/sOCpVDRsJC8?list=PLAS2DZDSs2RWkeWIi1Ms-GTYk5kt-pFV_ Introduction This post, Wing Chun Singapore Lesson...

Wing Chun Singapore Lesson 3 : The Eight Energy Punches

Wing Chun Singapore Lesson 3

 

Hi all,

In lesson 3 we will cover the “Eight Energy Punches”. These punching techniques together with footwork training is the foundation of our Chinese Boxing Syllabus.

We already discussed this topic in previous blog posts: Chinese Boxing basics part 1 & 2.

I have not much read more

  Hi all, In lesson 3 we will cover the “Eight Energy Punches". These punching techniques together with footwork tr...

Wing Chun Singapore: Lesson 2 Footwork applications

Hi all,

In our previous lesson we covered our syllabus Level 1 types of footwork.

In this episode: Wing Chun Singapore: Lesson 2 Footwork applications, we will give some examples on how to apply your footwork. There are many types of footwork but they all share some common features: they all can be read more

Hi all, In our previous lesson we covered our syllabus Level 1 types of footwork. In this episode: Wing Chun Singapore:...