Category: Chinese Boxing

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...

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 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.

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  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 read more

https://youtu.be/cm1yurID8nM   Hi all, In our previous lesson we covered our syllabus Level 1 types of footwork. In...

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 read more

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

Chinese Boxing Basics Part 3

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By Steven Wang, August 2015

This is a new instalment in our series about Wing Chun Boxing: Wing Chun boxing basics part 3, in part 1&2 we introduced the foundational training, the eight energy punches. In case you missed the previous episodes, click here

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By Steven Wang, August 2015 This is a new instalment in our series about Wing Chun Boxing: Wing Chun boxing basics part...

Chinese Boxing Basics Part 2

Wing Chun Students Sparring

Wing Chun Students Sparring

This is the 2nd instalment in our series about the Chu Sau Lei Wing Chun Chinese boxing basics. The foundation of the Chinese Boxing system is the eight energy punches and the application of the body structure method. Previously we discussed the first four punches, spring, whipping, bouncing read more

This is the 2nd instalment in our series about the Chu Sau Lei Wing Chun Chinese boxing basics. The foundation of the Ch...

Chinese Boxing Basics Part 1

Sifu Alan Orr Wing Chun Fighting

Wing Chun Kuen (Chuan …) is a boxing system, a Chinese Boxing system. As a stand-up martial art punching is a core tool and a fundamental skill that each student should master. There are many types of punches in Wing Chun. The punches methods can be differentiated by having different angles read more

Wing Chun Kuen (Chuan …) is a boxing system, a Chinese Boxing system. As a stand-up martial art punching is a core tool...