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HiSifuZ here and I want to talk about what makes my approach to wing chun different than most sifus and instructors I meet and see on the Internet. But first let me point out what is similar. 1) We all claim to use our opponents strength against them.2) We all do similar arm movements and perform a set of postures known as SNT, CK, BJ.3) we all use the wooden dummy, sticky hands and the two weapons forms.4) most of us have drills that are derived from our set of postures.With so much in common you would think the millions of wing chun practitioners would be one big happy family. well the devil is in the detail and it is this detail that divides many wing chun fans. The biggest difference is in each persons approach to the system. You will find some who only train soft, other who only train hard and then there’s everything in between. You then have the various interperitations of how to apply the techniques of wing chun.We also have the varying degrees of intigration. For some it’s the “combat” techniques of wing chun that they gravitate towards and others are more attracted to the practice of building health.I have seen highly complex drill sequences and chi sao combinations and I’ve seen people go from slap fighting to out and out brawls. I’ve seen standing matches and matches that go to the ground.This diversity may very well be at the root of wing chun’s popularity. However. Wing Chun is a martial ART. And as an art form it is open to interperitaion. It is this interperitaion of Wing Chun that sets me apart from the mainstream of Wing Chun.I do not always disagree with other peoples interperitaions of our system. But I can’t help but observe the difference. Especially after committing the past 16 years of my life to the art. So what exactly is my take on the Wing Chun system?1- It was invented by a woman. 2- It has to work against a larger opponent. 3- It’s a grappling art as much as it is a boxing art. 4- the Siu Nim Tao form functions as a vital exercise to strengthen the body and is the root of the wing chun PROCESS. 5- the process relied heavily upon efficency within the training itself.Now you may agree with some of, or all of my perspectives. But very little wing chun in the main stream supports this perspective. Ip Chun for instance feels that Chi sao sticky hands is the single most important aspect of Wing Chun training and that the forms are important yet secondary.Often I see large wing chun instructors and sifus barreling over smaller practitioners with chain punches or a flurry of combinations and kicks. Very few wing chun practitioners take their wing chun to the ground. If they do they’ll usually transition to jiu jitsu or mixed martial arts techniques. Many Wing Chun sifus even cross train and recieve belts in other art forms… plus hold down steady jobs. Wow!Yet some of the greatest fighters and athaletes turn to Wing Chun for the hidden treasures that are only revealed through proper wing chun training.One of my favorite personalities in martial arts is Eddie Bravo. He makes a very valid point when he says “there’s only so many hours in the day.” The success of the infamous shaolin nuns came from their approach to training. I’ve contemplated the conditions these nuns must have lived in. I’ve read several history books to help me in this. The 1400 was an amazing time in human history. China ruled the planet then. Most people let alone woman… let alone nuns… had the luxury of training. The training had to come from the way they lived. It had to be unrecognizable. Subtle yet effective. They would have little time to play chi sao which was probebly practiced on slight occasions when they were alone together.Now although I feel that almost everyting I see on the Internet representing wing chun is contrary to what wing chun is… I am still a fan of every single wing chun practitioner. Because the one thing Wing Chun is to us all is a method of self discovery. An art that revels in the human body and mind. Not all of us have had the opportunity to train with an actual master. But all of us are responsible for mastering our own lives and taking control of our responces to life. This to me is Wing Chun’s precous gift to the world. A clear and direct route to achieving human kinds highest ideals.What are your thought on this. Please subscribe, rate and comment! aloha

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