FIST LOGIC, VIDEO

WING CHUN WEIGHT SHIFTING.

 

“Once your opponent moves, his centre of gravity changes”.

 

I have said on many occasions that I am not a Wing Chun disciple, rather I am a Martial Artist that studies Wing Chun.

This allows me to explore outside of the box, allows me to step into the 21st century, embrace advances we all know are out there.

It seems to me that the average Wing Chun student would rather go backward than forward, new IDEAs are looked at as blasphemy, as a result, there is not a great deal of love for boat-rockers.

A great deal of this discord stems from the fact that we have no “Official Bible”, the closest we have is the Kuen Kuit, and even this gets translated differently by different lineages with different agendas, and now there is “Internal Wing Chun” yet another pointless bifurcation that does nothing but muddy the water.

Like it or not the only link back to the old ones is the Kuen Kuit.

Here is as good a song to sing as any others…

“Once your opponent moves, his centre of gravity changes”.

This is obviously correct and well noted because once any Human Being moves, their centre of gravity changes.

Even a Wing Chun Man.

It is up to us if this works for us or against us.

 

WEIGHT SHIFTING from WC INCa’s on Vimeo.

 

The video here is from a senior morning, most of the IDEAs we are exploring originated from European Fencing or Baseball Batting.

Perhaps just an open mind.

If we can open our eyes/mind just a little we can see that these things are already in our Forms.

 

TRAIN ON WHAT?   WORK TO WHAT?

 

WHAT KIND OF DAY IS IT FOR YOU?

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