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Erik Larson

Ving Tsun (wing chun) Kung Fu Chum Kiu form trains multiple skills

The Ving Tsun (wing chun) Kung Fu form Chum Kiu trains: Bridging to reach opponents; Timing of hands with feet; Balance in motion; Using the horse to move the body and put power into technique; Angling and positioning for effective attack or defense; more. Chum Kiu is the second form in the Ving Tsun system. It …

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Moy Tung: 3 ways to train the ankle in Ving Tsun (wing chun) Kung Fu

During a recent visit to the Fredericksburg Moy Tung Ving Tsun Kung Fu branch school, the Grandmaster went over about 8 different ways to hold and train the ankle, variations of relaxing and curling it. The full informal ten minute video, and other informal videos featuring Grandmaster Moy Tung teaching, are available to Kung Fu Fxbg …

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Ving Tsun (wing chun) Elbow on the Gate

It’s amazing how practicing Ving Tsun (wing chun) Kung Fu Chi Sao exercises with a partner at distance still causes the muscle burning – the Kung Fu energy and conditioning that comes from paying attention and training hard while relaxing into the form. In standard Chi Sao, the partners stick at the wrists, sharing and …

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Ving Tsun (wing chun) Bong Sao technique elbow position

When the Bong Sao elbow is on the ‘gates’ formed by the shoulders in Ving Tsun (wing chun) Kung Fu’s Centerline principle, less energy/strength is required to hold the technique elbow in place, in Chi Sao or in a self-defense situation. The line of force goes directly back into the shoulder, and the centerline structure …

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