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WONG SHUN LEUNG VING TSUN KUNG FU ASSOCIATION WONG SHUN LEUNG VING TSUN KUNG FU ASSOCIATION In Fig. 2 the kick is executed with the leg kept at the same length (r1, r2, r3 in Fig. 2) – the knee does not bend at all. This method I have also seen in some methods of Ving Tsun. Though this creates a more stable stance as the equal and opposite force travels more into the ground than in the Fig. 1 method, the actual strike does not penetrate the target with the force it could do, as the direction of the kick on impact is more upwards and therefore has the effect of “stroking” the target. Fig. 3 is the method used in the Wong Shun Leung method of Ving Tsun.
kfmc Post in Martial Arts, Bruce, the Bong and Yip Man Bong Sau 膀手 (upper arm/wing block) is one of the first blocks that is taught in Wing Chun. It is an awkward block with the elbow held above the shoulder with the arm trained out in front of you. With the forearm making a 135 degree angle at the elbow. Bong Sau (膀手), the Worthless Block | Kung Fu Monkey Coder Bong Sau (膀手), the Worthless Block | Kung Fu Monkey Coder
Having watched the movie “Ip Man” and its two sequels has sparked my interest in another form of Chinese martial arts called Wing Chun. The origin of this martial arts is not really certain but the legend told by Ip Man is an interesting story. They say that Wing Chun originated from a Buddhist nun named Ng Mui who taught Yim Wing Chun. The young Wing Chun, at fifteen is a very attractive and athletic girl who rouse the interest of a local warlord. Wing Chun: The Fist of Spring Chant Wing Chun: The Fist of Spring Chant
These are terms used in the Chinese martial art Wing Chun. Wing Chun terms are originally colloquial Cantonese (or even slang spoken in Foshan). The meaning might therefore be difficult to trace. Wing Chun terms Wing Chun terms
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