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Mar
14
awarded  Yearling
Oct
1
comment Should I wear bandages?
My point is in wung chun you should not be focussing on the power of the punches. With speed and technique the required power will be there without power training on the heavy bag. Better focus on the speed and acuracy
Oct
1
answered Should I wear bandages?
Apr
29
awarded  Custodian
Apr
29
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Which disciplines involve smacking away opponents' strikes?
Apr
29
answered Which disciplines involve smacking away opponents' strikes?
Apr
17
comment Choosing a Target When Cornered by Multiple Attackers
Absolute control never exists in real life danger situations :) We can at best try to gain an advantage.
Apr
17
awarded  Teacher
Apr
17
comment Choosing a Target When Cornered by Multiple Attackers
The only thing you can control yourself is the advantage of your position. All other factors are basically unknown. You won't know who has a knife or gun, or who is actually capable of fighting or has the guts. Keeping your position give you are way of controlling your environment.
Apr
17
answered Choosing a Target When Cornered by Multiple Attackers
Apr
12
comment How effective are foul techniques as a side control escape?
If your fighting on the streets and your down biting is really helpfull, but you'll really have to bite, not just putting in your teeth. Bite to take a chunk out and you'll be released very quickly
Apr
9
comment Training front kick
the height of the kicks should never be above waist level. Yet i only manage to get good kicks at knee level.
Apr
9
asked Training front kick
Apr
8
accepted Impact of being smaller(shorter arms) and how to overcome this
Apr
5
asked Impact of being smaller(shorter arms) and how to overcome this
Mar
26
comment How to get rid of fear of fighting
I'm practicing Wing Chun for some years now. And Chi Sau highly focuses on the main WC techniques. Bong sau, Tan sau, Fook sau, etc... Chi Sao is only effective if you really invest a lot of time so when you have to fight you can use these 'reflexes' instead of planning your fight. Basically you should switch to full WC training ;) But i agree Chi sao is a perfect way to close the gap between training and a real fight.
Mar
26
comment How to get rid of fear of fighting
Chi Sao is fitted for Wing Chun but i doubt other styles will benefit from this. It's training to just react instead of thinking about your next moves. You are just rsponding to your opponents force.
Mar
15
awarded  Scholar
Mar
15
accepted What can i practice to remove tension from my movements
Mar
14
comment What can i practice to remove tension from my movements
I'm studying LT Wing Chun under EWTO of GM Kernspecht.