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Fa Jing  

By on Nov 17, 2018 in Blogs, Wing Chun Training | 0 comments

Fa Jing, or whipping power, is a difficult concept to attain. However, with regular practice and focus, a Wing Chun practitioner can start developing this skill early in their training, eventually allowing them to have the skill necessary to generate powerful Fa Jing attacks from different angles, using different techniques. The following are some pointers on how to start developing Fa Jing, which I still perform in order to continue to develop this whipping energy for myself (remember you can always become better at every concept and technique). To start developing Fa Jing, one must keep three concepts in mind while training:
1) Relaxation
2) Balance (root)
3) Intent

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The Importance of Daily Practice

The Importance of Daily Practice

By on Feb 16, 2015 in Ip Man Kung Fu Blog, Wing Chun Training | 0 comments

There is an old saying that Kung fu training is 10 percent learning and 90 percent practice. If our time spent learning from our instructors in class counts as that 10 percent learning, what of the other 90 percent? This of course comes in the form of our own personal training at home, without this training how can we hope to make the progress that will allow us to reach our goals?

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Siu Lim Tao 小念頭

By on Mar 16, 2014 in Principles and Concepts, Wing Chun Training | 0 comments

  Siu Lim Tao (Siu Nim Tao)- Little Idea   Siu Lim Tao 小念頭 is most often translated as “little idea”.  If we look at the Chinese characters we can understand a more in depth meaning. 小 is understood as meaning “little”. 念 is understood as meaning “think, study”. 頭 is often translated as “head”, but may also...

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