Wing Chun Technique

Discussion in 'Kung Fu' started by mvbrown21, May 22, 2011.

  1. mvbrown21

    mvbrown21 Valued Member

    Hey guys,

    I thought it be interesting for all of us to share our basic technique with each other from the different lineages to see the subtle and not so subtle differences. Footwork is probably the biggest thing that I personally want to see. I don't want this to start a lineage war or anything of that sort, just an honest sharing that maybe all of us could learn from.


    Here's a video I threw together last night that has the 2nd and 3rd parts of Sil Lum Tao, some single man technique, and footwork. I'll try to get the other forms up some time if I can find a place where I can frame my shot wider.

    This is the Ho Kam Ming/Augustine Fong line:

    [ame=""]YouTube - ‪Wing Chun Technique‬‏[/ame]
  2. melb

    melb Banned Banned

    Youve got some decent hand techniques and I was really liking it until the footwork part..You look like youre balanced, good technique and probably potential to become really good. Definately footwork is what you need. Have a google about going to the 'outside' and maybe think about picking youre feet up and putting them down again instead of the end it should look like shuffling. Overall it wasnt too shabby at all.
  3. mvbrown21

    mvbrown21 Valued Member

    Thanks for the nice words about the hand technique. The footwork really depends on the lineage though. Depends on the ground surface too. I would do a lot more stepping on asphalt for instance. Thanks
  4. melb

    melb Banned Banned

    yeah I tried asking about the footwork thing before..seems to me youve got so called 'modified' on one side who do a lot of pivoting and youve got the 'traditional' on the other who do use a lot of footwork. So far the only person I can find who does teach a lot of footwork is willium cheung. But mentioning traditional wing chun, willium cheung or even wing chun and footwork in the same sentence on this forum seems to set people off

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