Wing Chun Singapore: The importance of fighting ranges in martial arts.

In this post, I want to discuss fighting ranges. What are fighting ranges in martial arts? How do we apply them in Wing Chun training? Why are they important? What are the fighting ranges? The concept of fighting distance is crucial in martial arts, as [...]

By |2022-12-25T16:58:46+08:00December 25th, 2022|Wing Chun|1 Comment

Wing Chun Home Training: Part 1 Resistance Bands

  Introduction In this post, I want to share with you how to use resistance bands when you train alone at home. Resistance bands are a popular and excellent training device. There are three (3) types of resistance bands. There are long and short bands, [...]

By |2022-05-24T14:11:02+08:00February 20th, 2022|Wing Chun|0 Comments

Improve your martial posture (part 2) – Six (6) Harmonies (六和)

Introduction This post is about the 6 Harmonies (六和). A Traditional Chinese Martial Arts (TCMA) concept of how to unify your body. Harmony means “working together” to create something bigger than the individual parts. That is what this concept is all about。 In an earlier [...]

By |2023-06-10T14:56:22+08:00December 23rd, 2021|Wing Chun|1 Comment

Improve your martial posture (Part 1) – The Central Channel (中定)

  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) a traditional Chinese martial [...]

By |2023-01-07T09:23:46+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 |2022-06-23T15:58:32+08:00December 30th, 2019|Qi Gong|0 Comments
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