The Power of Centerline

Why Use the “Centerline” Technique? Whether you are an experienced martial artist or a novice practitioner understanding how to use the “centerline” can help you take your fighting skills to the next level. The “centerline” is both a concept and a technique that can make your attacks faster, more powerful, more effective, and easier to perform. Learning to leverage the mechanical advantage of the “centerline” allows a practitioner to overcome larger, more athletic opponents by maximizing the effect of the power applied to a technique.

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41 Reasons to Train Wing Chun

Why Should You Train Wing Chun? Be Able To Protect Yourself Get In Better Shape Get More Focused Learn How To Take A Hit Learn How To Punch Hard Get Comfortable In Uncomfortable Situations Get Relaxed Develop Patience Learn A Traditional Martial Art Improve Your Posture Develop Your Core Strengthen Your Legs Improve Balance Improve Mobility Mental Fortitude Get Stronger Improved Reflexes Longevity Learn A Skill Inner Quiet Avoid Fights With Your Presence Learn More About Yourself Get Control Of Your Ego Learn To Control Your Anger Overcome Your Fears Develop Self Control Learn How To Not Be Controlled Increased Awareness Learn How To Kick Powerfully Simultaneous Attack And Defense Assertiveness Learn To Not Get Knocked Down Develop Knock Out Power Learn To Not Get Pushed Around Learn The Inside Moves Hidden Moves Have Something When You Are Old Stronger Bones Greater Flexibility Distance Awareness Increased Sensitivity Be Able To Protect Yourself The number one reason to train Wing Chun (Ving Tsun) is to be able to protect yourself.

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3 Terrors of Ving Tsun

Taan Sao "Palm-Up Hand" Of the Ving Tsun hand techniques the Taan Sao is generally accepted as one of the most distinctive individual techniques in the system. It can be applied in many ways and has at least four distinctive shapes. In the end though, no matter what fancy names people come up with, whether the Taan Sao is used on the inside or outside gate or high or low it is all still Taan Sao.

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