Video of Responsive Bridging Play using Pok sau, Biu sau, Gum Sau, and angling footwork. This is useful drilling to prepare for sparring and
Amazon.com Widgets Using Pok sau, Biu sau, Gum Sau, and angling footwork students practice avoiding punches while crossing the gap to gain a superior position. This type o… http://redlightmartialarts.com/blog/class-footage-responsive-bridging-play/
What can you do with Kup Jarn besides striking? Control both their arms with one of yours!
Amazon.com Widgets Trapping, in Wing Chun, is a category of techniques that can be used to slow your opponent's defenses long enough for you to execute your own techniques… http://redlightmartialarts.com/blog/wing-chun-trapping-kup-jarn/
What is all this woo-woo crap!? Are we talking about Chi, chakras, magic, what?.....NOPE! In the context of Chi Sau or any bridged drill, I generally mean one of two or a combination of two very tangible things -real things you will actually find in a p…
When talking, teaching, and training Wing Chun we often use the word "energy." Hang around with Wing Chun people and you will hear things like this:
"You are not usi… http://redlightmartialarts.com/blog/there-no-energy-wing-chun/