In celebration of International Wing Chun Day we wanted to shoot a special video for you.
We just recently learned of this day. It’s suppose to be a day where we as Wing Chun practitioners help raise awareness of Wing Chun. So make sure to check out the rest of this page which has some great tips to help improve your Wing Chun, plus a special gift in honor of this day. And don’t forget to comment and share this post!
Happy International Wing Chun Day Welcome + A Special Gift For You:
There are two types of people when it comes to Wing Chun. Those that love the art and those that hate the art.
We do not believe that one lineage of Wing Chun is better than another. We do not believe that Wing Chun is the best martial art system out there because we don’t believe any particular martial art is the best.
What we do believe is that the underlying principles of energy hold true in all martial arts and Wing Chun is simply an expression of this universal energy.
What is unique to Wing Chun is it’s practicality. One doesn’t study this art because they want to be in sport fighting.
A person studies this art because they want to learn practical self defense that works regardless of the size of the opponent.
The reason Wing Chun is effective at this is because rather than fighting force with force, Wing Chun teaches you to accept change and adapt to the situation as it unfolds.
This is why a good percentage of Wing Chun training is focused on developing your sensitivity.
The video Sifu created for you covers 5 things that can help you improve your Wing Chun, we hope you test these tips out and share them with your friends and family who are interested in Wing Chun too.
Watch Sifu Phu’s 5 Steps to Improve Your Wing Chun Now:
Here are the points covered to help you improve your Wing Chun:
- Learn Counter Offensive Techniques (Mental State)
- Hit The Points Not The Motion
- Pressure Test Your Skill
- Develop your Default Hands
- Learn To Focus Your Energy
We hope you enjoyed that video and look forward to sharing more about our Kung Fu and Wing Chun with you.
To learn more about these techniques from Sifu Phu Ngo and Sifu Larry Rivera, we have over 400 videos waiting for you inside our training vault from Ngo Dac Na to Wing Chun and so much more!
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We hope you enjoy your beautiful day and that you enjoyed Sifu Phu’s tips he shared with you for International Wing Chun Day. But before you go, we have one more tip for you…
Here is a quick tip from Sifu Larry we shared on Instagram:
Now go try these techniques out and get your Wing Chun on for the day! And don’t forget to let us know your thoughts on these videos and how these tips worked for you in the comments section below…. 😉
The Enter Shaolin Family