3 Ways INTENTION Can Make or Break Your Fight Game

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Fighting, and self defence, is as much a psychological matter as a physical one. When defending yourself in a street fight, what are your REAL intentions?

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How to HIT FASTER without Telegraphing your Punches

Most people telegraph their punches by winding their hands and shoulders back. The problem with this is that the bad guy can then see the strike coming. The solution is simple: Hit from where your hands lie.

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3 Key Tips to OVERCOME FEAR & take a PUNCH

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The fear of being punched is a common problem, particularly for beginners. After all, how can you fight well if you’re afraid of getting hit? Here are 3 KEY TIPS to overcome it.

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Fantasy or Reality: Kung Fu vs MMA Challenge Fight!

Is Traditional Kung Fu Fantasy or Reality? It is important to note that within the Chinese martial arts there is a wide spectrum of approaches to fighting. Style vs style challenge fights can be credited with many of the modern adaptions of traditional martial arts today; most importantly they dispell Fantasy over Reality.

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What is the Wing Chun Stance for?

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Yee Jee Kim Yeung Ma is the foundation stance from which all variations and the Wing Chun fighting stances and footwork are derived. It is essentially this position that influences the footwork of how a Wing Chun fighter moves and generates power.

 

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Returning Energy

On first sight of the Chum Kiu Form (2nd form), one will notice that the practitioner spends a considerable amount of time turning on the spot. Indeed, the Chuen Ma, or Turning Stance, is another unique and vital element in the Wing Chun Kung Fu system. Normally, Chuen Ma is applied in response to an attacker pressing in towards the fighter's Centre Line. The effect is that the attacker is deflected to the side.

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Wing Chun Characteristics & Principles.

Wing Chun is not simply just a collection of unrelated ideas and martial arts techniques. It has a core set of guiding principles. This keeps this martial art a pure and integrated fighting system, while allowing direction for refinement during training that is consistent with its principles. These guiding principles are maintained with practice of the Wing Chun forms and are part of the reason for Wing Chun 's uniquely scientific and logical approach to martial arts and self defence.

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