Archive for the ‘Wing Chun Movie Clips’ Category

Mind Body & Kickass Moves – Wing Tsun

Sunday, March 4th, 2007

Wing Tsun Moves
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Comments of note on Youtube:
“Wing CHun or Wing Tsun, no matter how different, he is right about his principles. Speed is better than strength. Strength comes from technique. INcorrect technique leads to injury! Most Wing Chun/Tsun fights last between 5 and 10 seconds (1 on 1). 2 or 3 on one is over in about 20 seconds. I sh*t you not!”

“Regardless of how strong you think you are there are portions of the human anatomy that are vulnerable no matter how tough you wanna pretend you are. Compared to Joe Anybody walking down the street I’m sure you’re pretty tough but NOBODY in professional sport fighting could compete with a true master who has 20, 30, or 40+ years experience and knows how to get around physical strength.”

“You could take down anyone with a hit to the throat or the knees if you’re good. A big guy can take a small guy down with these if he wants, but they tend to be the ONLY way a small guy can fight a big guy and win, or at least, not be killed. Whether you want to take it that I want to go out there and win lots of money by killing big men is your choice.”

Wing Tsun Kung Fu – Victor Gutierrez

Tuesday, February 27th, 2007

Watch Victor Gutierrez on Youtube – another nice Wing Tsun video clip.
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Comments on Youtube include:

“The way he stands, advances and uses his legs to block kicks similar to wing chun (as taught in Chum Kue form)”

“I would like to see what Krav Magaa vs. Wing Tsun would look like. The UFC is cool if you want to watch a martial sport fight, but for the martial artist in this vid, he’d be limited to what he can do in the cage because of all of the safety rules.”

“This IS Wing Tsun! This is how we fight. Actually, between WT practicioners, these moves aren’t brutal. When a WT practicioner wants to see brutal they ask for Biu Jee.
By the way UFC and the others doesn’t allow Wing Tsun’s moves. That’s why no WT master appears in the cage.”

KungFu vs Yoga

Sunday, February 25th, 2007

Okay, here is a break from serious kung fu videos. It’s an interesting perspective on fighting someone extremely flexible and agile, but I don’t think watching it will make you a kung fu master. Enjoy!

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