Tag: Wing Chun

The Electric Key of the 6 Ji Hands

The Electric Key of the 6 Ji Hands

July 5, 2019 | By | Add a Comment

The Essence In the 6 Ji Hands Film along with the Seizing Film, we exposed the correct torquing actions of these hands. However it was not fully explained as it was for public consumption, but here I would like to say there is another reason beyond the transmission of kinetic energy, straighter trajectory, greater accuracy […]

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Merry Christmas 2018

Merry Christmas 2018

December 21, 2018 | By | Add a Comment

  White Crane – Black Tiger Kyusho in Siu Nim Tau – Tegumi (in the Platinum Subscription) Here is yet more correlation of Wing Chun to the Bubishi: This KO is not only in Wing Chun (White Crane) but also in the Kata Gojushiho (Black Tiger)… it is not coincidence, Kyusho will help you see […]

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Kyusho & Tegumi – New Release

Kyusho & Tegumi – New Release

November 24, 2018 | By | Add a Comment

    Free Magazine From Budo International Well Wing Chun (and all derivative styles; Ving Tsun, Etc.) doesn’t really have a name for a two man fighting – grappling drill… what they have is the Chi Sao drills, for striking, trapping and warding off, but that does not mean you can not apply it to […]

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White Crane Electrics

White Crane Electrics

June 1, 2018 | By | 2 Comments

  Why the White Flash during Nerve Attack This isn’t related to psychology it is pure neurology… I just wanted to make that clear to begin.  When you get hit in the head, your brain sometimes “freaks out”. One of two things happens: 1. (For a light, quick traumatic injury) Your brain sends out erratic […]

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Wing Chun – Goju Connection

Wing Chun – Goju Connection

April 27, 2018 | By | Add a Comment

    White Crane Derivatives The Ancient Bubishi as well as most Karate Styles are derived from the White Crane Styles of China*, which heavily influenced the practitioners of Okinawa and Japan. So it is important to study some of the correlations not only with White Crane and Karate, but also the Ancient Bubishi.  One […]

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Kyusho in Fook Sao

Kyusho in Fook Sao

March 16, 2018 | By | Add a Comment

    Fook Sao – Blood Pool Hand Excerpt from Wing Chun Tegumi Filming So often we look at moves in our martial arts forms and think they are only for exercise, to develop energy, or as defensive only application.  By always considering each action a defensive and offensive tool, you can instantly double the […]

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Wing Chun Tegumi – Crowd Funding Project

Wing Chun Tegumi – Crowd Funding Project

December 1, 2017 | By | Add a Comment

Heresy! Using a Karate Term for Wing Chun??? 小念頭 In Siu Nim Tao???? Well Wing  Chun doesn’t really have a name for a two man fighting – grappling drill… they may  not even have one, but that does not mean you can not apply it to Wing Chun… even Siu Nim Tao! Now how can […]

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Bil Jee – Thrusting Fingers

Bil Jee – Thrusting Fingers

August 18, 2017 | By | Add a Comment

鏢指 Darting Fingers (or Flying Fingers) Bil Jee – Biu Ji, is the third hand set in the Wing Chun (and derivatives) Style/s… it’s name means darting fingers and is a high level skill.  This is accomplished through what is called ‘inch energy’, or developing power in very short distances as well as two way energy […]

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Gock Ng Sing – 5 Star Drill

Gock Ng Sing – 5 Star Drill

September 2, 2016 | By | Add a Comment

  Five Star Blocking (五方向運動) Instant Access (after purchase click here) Ok sure in can be a blocking drill, and arm conditioning drill, a sticky hand drill…but it can also be used offensively and defensively (if you do defense instead of protective action). To explain this more clearly we will take a small pattern of […]

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Merry Christmas 2015

Merry Christmas 2015

December 24, 2015 | By | Add a Comment

  A gift for Kyusho Fanatics: Here is a small clip from our monthly Kyusho Vlog (video Blog) that is added at no extra charge for our Platinum Subscribers. This is the Kyusho applications from the Mook Jong used in Wing Chun and based on DimMak, but here Kyusho-ized for quicker affect and safety. And if […]

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