Category: Wing Chun

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 and masters this question. The feedback I got was not very convincing: “protecting the groin” “training the legs” “very stable because of triangle shape” etc.

One day a young man knocked on my door and asked to be my student. He practiced Wing … 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...

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

 

 

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

How To Use Bong Sao in Wing Chun Sparring

By Steven Wang, November 2015

In this video clip Sifu Alan Orr explains the versatility of “Bong Sao” and how it can be applied in a live sparring exchange. Bong Sao or “Wing Hand” is a fundamental Wing Chun technique and mostly used in close quarter (chest to chest) fighting range.

In Chu Sau Lei Wing Chun system we use different variations of Bong Sao: deflecting, collapsing and pressing. They do what their name suggests: re-direct, absorb pressure (collapse) and pressure.

In a live sparring or fighting exhange techniques one cannot be stiff or one dimensional. You must have the … Read More...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EQY9kX03iek By Steven Wang, November 2015 In this video clip Sifu Alan Orr explains the...

How to Get Better at Wing Chun

Jackie Chan - Karate Kid “They say Wing Chun is easy, but can you do it?”

GGM Hawkins Cheung

Perhaps “ Wing Chun is easy” means relatively easy compared to other Chinese Martial arts that can have 50 or more empty hand and weapon forms but that does not make it easy. Western boxing has 6 basic punches and no forms etc. and is not easy either. I think GGM Cheung hit the nail on his head, learning any martial arts requires a lot of effort and dedication.

For most of us we have a job or go to school and Wing Chun is a … Read More...

 “They say Wing Chun is easy, but can you do it?” GGM Hawkins Cheung Perhaps “ Wing Chun is easy” means relatively easy...

3 Ways To Boost Your Siu Nim Tao

Hi folks,

This is article I wish to share with you some ways to train your Siu Nim Tao (SNT).  SNT or “Little Idea” is the first and perhaps the most important form in Wing Chun. Its name implies that a small idea, a small practice or a beginning can grow into something big and the longer you practice SNT the more it will reveal its secrets to the practitioner.

To help you to further explore this “little idea” I will discuss in this article three concepts or methods to practice your SNT.  Okay, which methods are we talking about?… Read More...

Hi folks, This is article I wish to share with you some ways to train your Siu Nim Tao (SNT).  SNT or “Little Idea” is t...