Yeah he does.
But he does make wing-chun look like some super-progressive style that is better for the small man.
I mean he makes sense that a big man will always have an advantage, so props to him.
But he makes it look like wing chun is BETTER for the small man then other styles.
When i have to say, that isn't true.
EDIT: Meaning with aliveness or not, doesn't such a thing apply to all styles?
Im not saying all styles are equal, I do not think an Aikidoka has better takedowns then a judo player, but "this style is better for a small man'' is really really a general statement dont you think?
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He has an open mind and that's to be commended. I thought the push ups they were doing were cool too, definitely helps to build explosive punching power.
Id rather do slaps, but yeah they probably do make them explosive.