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The 80-20 Principle of Chi Sao

[...] , or both are from doing only less than 20% of the basic Wing Chun techniques we first learn. In Chi Sao, it’s no different. Chi Sao (Stick Hand) is a Wing Chun drill that can be considered as light [...]

Notes: Chi Sao Sessions with Another Lineage

[...] if we learn from the same teacher. I’ve also had Chi Sao sessions with other people outside of class before and it was always a mixed experience because [...]

Chi Sao – Changing your Centerline with the Triangle Step

[...] In Chi Sao, I’ve been told that not facing an opponent’s center is usually a bad thing and that we should [...]

Chi Sao Focus: Fook Sau

[...] Fook Sau is primarily done with the resting hand in Chi Sao. It's also one of the most important techniques in Chi Sao, find out why! [...]

Chi Gerk – An Introduction to Sticky Legs

[...] . This can be hard for some people to grasp since most of Wing Chun training focuses on the upper body with only a minimum amount focused on our lower body. But the good thing about Chi Gerk is that [...]

Double Your Efficiency in Wing Chun

[...] expose your lower body where your ribs are. If they’re too low, you risk exposing your upper body and head. It’s hard to maintain good elbow etiquette when your body starts getting tired. [...]

Wing Chun Training: Body Conditioning (Part 2)

[...] In Part 1 of Body Conditioning for Wing Chun training, we focused on just the upper body. The rest of the body that we will cover in this section will target our core (the stomach area) [...]

The 80-20 Principle of Chi Sao

[...] training and Sifu Chuck’s is that he goes in details the importance of foot work in Chi Sao. Upper body is important but it requires both lower and upper body working in unison for us to be truly [...]

Wing Chun Training – Sil Lim Tao

[...] or doing things in your everyday life. These muscles are activated when you start your Wing Chun training. Similar to working out at the gym or at home, you don’t see results if you speed through [...]

Wing Chun Training: Body Conditioning (Part 2)

[...] In Part 1 of Body Conditioning for Wing Chun training, we focused on just the upper body. The rest of the body that we will cover in this section [...]

Drop Your Defenses and Take the Hit

[...] trying to hit them. When I started Wing Chun, I was taught to defend my centerline with Tan Sau, Bong Sau, or any technique I was taught to best defend myself in the situation. Defense is definitely [...]

3 Ways to Keep Your Shoulders Relaxed in Wing Chun

[...] it more and explain the importance of having relaxed shoulders in Wing Chun. Chi Sao, Tan Sau, Bong Sau, Gan Sau, Fook Sau, punching, and all any other moves that involve using our arms require the [...]

Double Your Efficiency in Wing Chun

[...] elbowing a person when they try to strike. I mean the position of your elbow when you use Bong Sau or Tan Sau. If your elbow is raised too high, it means your shoulders are raised and you [...]

Notes: Chi Sao Sessions with Another Lineage

[...] because everyone has their own style, even if we learn from the same teacher. I’ve also had Chi Sao sessions with other people outside of class before and it was always a mixed experience because it [...]

Double Your Efficiency in Wing Chun

[...] from senior to senior. One thing I constantly look forward to in class is having Chi Sao sessions with Joe. Joe is one of the instructors at my Wing Chun school and he kicks my ass. [...]

The 80-20 Principle of Chi Sao

[...] your techniques come natural to you, it allows you to start focusing. Think about your own Chi Sao training sessions. Think back about when you Chi Sao and the techniques you use and the effectiveness [...]

The 80-20 Principle of Chi Sao

[...] connect them to the defense drills that we’ve practiced over and over. Master your Chi Sao Technique By doing the same few techniques over and over, you’re building muscle memory for [...]

Wing Chun Training: Body Conditioning (Part 2)

[...] In Part 1 of Body Conditioning for Wing Chun training, we focused on just the upper body. The rest of the body that we will cover in this section [...]

The 80-20 Principle of Chi Sao

[...] techniques come natural to you, it allows you to start focusing. Think about your own Chi Sao training sessions. Think back about when you Chi Sao and the techniques you use and the effectiveness of [...]

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The 80-20 Principle of Chi Sao

[...] , or both are from doing only less than 20% of the basic Wing Chun techniques we first learn. In Chi Sao, it’s no different. Chi Sao (Stick Hand) is a Wing Chun drill that can be considered as light [...]

Notes: Chi Sao Sessions with Another Lineage

[...] if we learn from the same teacher. I’ve also had Chi Sao sessions with other people outside of class before and it was always a mixed experience because [...]

Chi Sao – Changing your Centerline with the Triangle Step

[...] In Chi Sao, I’ve been told that not facing an opponent’s center is usually a bad thing and that we should [...]

Chi Sao Focus: Fook Sau

[...] Fook Sau is primarily done with the resting hand in Chi Sao. It's also one of the most important techniques in Chi Sao, find out why! [...]

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