Wing Chun Singapore Beginners Course
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by Steven Wang
2M ago
They say Wing Chun is easy.. But can you do it...?  GGM Hawkins Cheung Wing Chun Singapore Beginners Class Wing Chun is said to be “easy to learn” because of its practical and straightforward combat strategy. Yes, true to some extent, especially compared to some other Chinese martial arts that can have 30 [...] The post Wing Chun Singapore Beginners Course appeared first on CSL Wing Chun Singapore ..read more
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Wing Chun Singapore Qi Gong Syllabus
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by Steven Wang
4M ago
Introduction We recently introduced a new Qi Gong syllabus. The purpose of this Qi Gong syllabus is to assist students in developing their Wing Chun skills and achieving their highest potential. All physical and competitive sports must develop functional strength and other traits to meet the demands of their activities.  The functional body of a [...] The post Wing Chun Singapore Qi Gong Syllabus appeared first on CSL Wing Chun Singapore ..read more
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Wing Chun Singapore: 6-13-3 a system for learning TCMA
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by Steven Wang
1y ago
Qi Gong (气功) is an integral part of Kung Fu training. In our CSL Wing Chun, we teach the 6-13-3 system. It is a framework for learning Traditional Chinese Martial Arts (TCMA). Developed by Hendrik Santo, a long-time friend of our GM Robert Chu Sau Lei. [1] This post is an introduction to 6-13-3 and [...] The post Wing Chun Singapore: 6-13-3 a system for learning TCMA appeared first on CSL Wing Chun Singapore ..read more
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Wing Chun Singapore: The importance of fighting ranges in martial arts.
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by Steven Wang
1y ago
In this post, I want to discuss fighting ranges. What are fighting ranges in martial arts? How do we apply them in Wing Chun training? Why are they important? What are the fighting ranges? The concept of fighting distance is crucial in martial arts, as it determines the range at which a fight or combat [...] The post Wing Chun Singapore: The importance of fighting ranges in martial arts. appeared first on CSL Wing Chun Singapore ..read more
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Wing Chun home training (Part 2) Stability Ball
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by Steven Wang
1y ago
In a previous article, I discussed how to use resistance bands to train Wing Chun. See link below.  Wing Chun home training Part 1: Resistance bands. In this, part 2, I will explain how to train Wing Chun with a stability ball (also called Swiss ball). The stability ball is a popular fitness tool to [...] The post Wing Chun home training (Part 2) Stability Ball appeared first on CSL Wing Chun Singapore ..read more
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Wing Chun Home Training: Part 1 Resistance Bands
Chu Sau Lei Wing Chun Blog
by Steven Wang
1y ago
  Introduction In this post, I want to share with you how to use resistance bands when you train alone at home. Resistance bands are a popular and excellent training device. There are three (3) types of resistance bands. There are long and short bands, and you can get them with accessories such as straps [...] The post Wing Chun Home Training: Part 1 Resistance Bands appeared first on CSL Wing Chun Singapore ..read more
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Improve your martial posture (part 2) – Six (6) Harmonies (六和)
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by Steven Wang
1y ago
Introduction This post is about the 6 Harmonies (六和). A Traditional Chinese Martial Arts (TCMA) concept of how to unify your body. Harmony means “working together” to create something bigger than the individual parts. That is what this concept is all about。 In an earlier article, I discussed the Central Channel (中定)。 It is part [...] The post Improve your martial posture (part 2) – Six (6) Harmonies (六和) appeared first on CSL Wing Chun Singapore ..read more
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Improve your martial posture (Part 1) – The Central Channel (中定)
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by Steven Wang
1y ago
  A functional and unified body is an important aspect of any sports activity. It allows you to be more efficient, functional, and better prepared to achieve your athletic goals. In this post, I want to discuss the Central Channel (中定) a traditional Chinese martial arts concept on how to stabilize your centre. This principle [...] The post Improve your martial posture (Part 1) – The Central Channel (中定) appeared first on CSL Wing Chun Singapore ..read more
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Where to learn Wing Chun in Singapore?
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by Steven Wang
1y ago
    So, you decided to learn Wing Chun? Your next question should be, what do I want to get out of it? defense, health, interested in the art or a combination of each? You googled “Wing Chun Singapore” and many school listings popped up. Which will fit me and how to choose?  In this [...] The post Where to learn Wing Chun in Singapore? appeared first on CSL Wing Chun Singapore ..read more
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The Wing Chun chain punch.
Chu Sau Lei Wing Chun Blog
by Steven Wang
1y ago
The Wing Chun chain punch (Lien Wan Kuen 连环拳 ) or “linked punches” is perhaps one of the most recognisable Wing Chun techniques. Well known and made famous in the Ip Man movies starring Donnie Yen. Chain Punch explained In the classic view, it is a series of rapid straight punches aimed at the centerline of your [...] The post The Wing Chun chain punch. appeared first on CSL Wing Chun Singapore ..read more
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