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    Actually, wing chun becomes effective after about 2 to 3 years of deadly training. YOu learn 3 open hand forms, and then harden your skills on a wooden dummy man than gives you final power to your blows.

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    You constantly do chi sau, which is like sparring but more effective than sport sparring because your only training to detect openings and deliver a finishing blow through learning pressure sensitivity.

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    Then, it's on to weapons training, using the rat tail staff to build your thrusting muscles. After that, you finish the system learning 8 chop butterfly knives. These complete your sense of deadly targeting of weak areas.

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    Yeah, but after 15 years of the Chun, you will finally figure out that you have to cross train in boxing and ground fighting to atually fight. That will take another 5 years.

    So he was right, 20 years.
    Combatives training log.

    Gezere: paraphrase from Bas Rutten, Never escalate the level of violence in fight you are losing. :D

    Drum thread

    Pavel Tsatsouline: kettlebell workouts give you “cardio without the dishonour of aerobics”.

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    OH my god winchun willie thats really interesting please tell me more!

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    No, wing chun incorporates dealing with grapplers through our traditional training. In the second empty hand set, there is a movement that simulates gaurding against a leg shoot, and then putting all your weight into your arms as you slam them downwards. This would pin a grappler trying to tackle you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wingchun willie View Post
    No, wing chun incorporates dealing with grapplers through our traditional training. In the second empty hand set, there is a movement that simulates gaurding against a leg shoot, and then putting all your weight into your arms as you slam them downwards. This would pin a grappler trying to tackle you.
    pin a grappling trying to tacke you! how insightful! please tell me more!

    you are such an interesting person

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    I have gotten much more deadly than my wrestling days from using wing chun kung fu.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wingchun willie View Post
    No, wing chun incorporates dealing with grapplers through our traditional training. In the second empty hand set, there is a movement that simulates gaurding against a leg shoot, and then putting all your weight into your arms as you slam them downwards. This would pin a grappler trying to tackle you.
    Operative word of the post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wingchun willie View Post
    No, wing chun incorporates dealing with grapplers through our traditional training. In the second empty hand set, there is a movement that simulates gaurding against a leg shoot, and then putting all your weight into your arms as you slam them downwards. This would pin a grappler trying to tackle you.

    So putting all of your weight on someone's back = pin?

    Wish someone would have told me that years ago!! So what do you do next. Say for example, you put your weight on my back, then I do something crazy like grab a leg, circle around to the side while keeping pressure on you, then drop my shoulder into your leg while I circle to the side. How does the chun respond to such things as circling, rollig forward, and pulling guard?
    Combatives training log.

    Gezere: paraphrase from Bas Rutten, Never escalate the level of violence in fight you are losing. :D

    Drum thread

    Pavel Tsatsouline: kettlebell workouts give you “cardio without the dishonour of aerobics”.

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