The Central Channel

          A functional and unified body is an important aspect of any sports activity. It allows you to be more efficient, functional, and better prepared to achieve your athletic goals. In this post, I want to discuss the Central Channel (中定) [...]

By |2021-10-27T08:48:59+08:00October 25th, 2021|Wing Chun|0 Comments

Wing Chun Singapore: 6-13-3 a system for learning TCMA

Qi Gong (气功) is an integral part of Kung Fu training. In our CSL Wing Chun, we teach the 6-13-3 system. It is a framework for learning Traditional Chinese Martial Arts (TCMA). Developed by Hendrik Santo, a long-time friend of our GM Robert Chu Sau [...]

By |2019-12-30T20:54:59+08:00December 30th, 2019|Qi Gong|0 Comments

WING CHUN SINGAPORE ENERGY STRIKING (PART 2)

Introduction to 8ES In my previous post, I discussed what is the Wing Chun Singapore Energy strikes system (8ES) and what are its benefits for learning Wing Chun. In this second edition, I will discuss “how to train” 8ES.  I will use the LIST training [...]

By |2020-08-12T04:36:38+08:00November 8th, 2019|Wing Chun|0 Comments

WING CHUN SINGAPORE ENERGY STRIKES (PART 1)

Introduction to Wing Chun Singapore Striking Wing Chun Kuen is a boxing system, a Chinese Boxing system. That is why at Wing Chun Singapore, we place much emphasis on developing striking skills. In any stand-up martial art, striking is a core application and a fundamental [...]

By |2020-08-12T04:40:45+08:00November 3rd, 2019|Wing Chun|0 Comments

The Wing Chun Kuen of Yuen Kay Shan by Robert Chu

(First published in Wing Chun Viewpoint, 1990 - revised 1996) I began the study of Yuen Kay Shan Wing Chun Kuen in 1981 where I met my instructor Kwan Jong Yuen through a mutual friend. I had already studied Yip Man Wing Chun for many [...]

By |2019-08-31T12:27:56+08:00August 31st, 2019|GM Robert Chu Sau Lei|0 Comments
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