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"I fear not the man who has practiced 10,000 kicks once, but I fear the man who has practiced one kick 10,000 times."

- Bruce Lee

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The Three Seeds of Wing Chun

Bong Sau, Tan Sau and Fuk Sau are known as the three seed of Wing Chun, this article explains why this is. Read More

Meet What Comes Follow What Leaves Strike When The Hand Is Free

An explanation of the old adage in Wing Chun which is to meet what comes, follow what leaves, and strike when the hand is free.  Read More

Direct or Indirect Blocking

Martial arts are split in to two camps. Those that use direct blocking and those that use indirect. Here is a comparrison of the two types. Read More

Grappling in Wing Chun

Often overlooked grappling can be incorporated in to Wing Chun to help the practitioner when they find themselves going to the ground. Read More

Wing Chun Body Structure

Good structure leads to great technique. This article explains who to use structure in Wing Chun to your advantage Read More

Relaxation in Wing Chun

Relaxation is an important concept in Wing Chun. Learn about why this is important in this article Read More

Power in Wing Chun

Learn how the power of the devastating one inch punch can be developed in Wing Chun Read More

Speed in Wing Chun

Wing Chun is widely known to be one of the fastest martial arts. Find out why this is the case Read More

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