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Wing Tsun Training Video

Tuesday, September 23rd, 2008

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Wing Tsun Training
Wing Tsun training led by Sifu Bernd Wagner. Unfortunately, it sounds like he just passed away. He looks like a pretty talented wing chun instructor, and a very successful one.

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Wing Chun Trailer – Martial Arts in Norway

Tuesday, July 17th, 2007

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Wing Chun Trailer – Martial Arts in Norway

Wing Chun – Chi Sao fast and slow mo

Saturday, July 7th, 2007

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opticannon (19 hours ago)
you shouldnt be chi sau at only one month. they are using your hands and abusing your time, maybe. heres a neat trick that will do away with all of that. on the half roll just go tan dar and step foward. they go to move go tan dar. keep doing it just remember how many different ways to execute.cross your hands in a trapped position and go tan dar in the mirror. see what they do to you too make it your mission not to flinch
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nirpal24 (3 days ago)
i still find it hard to block against my opponents during chi sao – although iv only done it for a month im still enjoying it
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opticannon (3 days ago)
some times. its only in the beginning you train soft. the degrees are modulate d like a dial. there is also broken rhythm. yet what they are doing for demo is standing on ceremony. which still sucks
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blackbeltste (5 days ago)
knee him in the balls! yeah! love wing chun.
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tastethefreedom (6 days ago)
watching kung fu movies dont count. I bet ur like 50 and trying to play world of warcraft. u suck
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hgamer (6 days ago)
i’m a wing chun practioner, based on my experience, you need to train more before opening your mouth
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tastethefreedom (6 days ago)
im a wing chun practioner based on experience they shouldnt be stiff they need to be soft
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negomaravilha (1 week ago)
great chi sao…
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Wing Chun Street Chi Sao in China

Sunday, May 20th, 2007

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Targetius (1 week ago) marked as spam
The guy in black at the third match seems to be pretty good and the guy with glasses and stripe shirt has some interesting skills too. Not Wing Chun at it’s best if you ask me though.
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VingTsunTX (2 weeks ago) marked as spam
THIS IS AWESOME.
I love seeing wing chun from its home.
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nel3000 (4 weeks ago) marked as spam
its the person not the style…i know people who do tae bo that can beat people that do other shit.
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theladiesfan (1 month ago) marked as spam
hehe… it seems none of them wants to look bad in front of the crowd…. face is a funny thing.
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mypetfish (1 month ago) marked as spam
looks like too much tension in the chi sao. Sometimes they are just circling round with exagerrated movements. A softer WS practitioner would just collapse and go through the middle where the hole is.
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zercle (1 month ago) marked as spam
I think it’s beautiful to have people get together on some street and try out their skills without negative aggression, destructive egos and pointless competition.
Thanks for sharing
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wingchunclub (3 months ago) marked as spam
Thanks ph8tel, It’s so wonderful to see different styles of our system. I think I saw Grandmaster Chan in the crowd. What year was this? I even recall a few more faces from the crowd. Cool.
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Fastlan3 (3 months ago) marked as spam
The third match, the man in the black shirt has some skill.
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bluez4u2 (3 months ago) marked as spam
This only confirms that WC has been evolving over time and becoming better. That stuff on the video clip might have been old old style WC that never evolved. The WC that you see now a days in Hong Kong is way better.
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doink3 (4 months ago) marked as spam
man u kidding its terrible! thats not wing chun, its scrapping panicking

Wing Chun Teacher

Thursday, May 10th, 2007

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jonjon2034 (14 hours ago) marked as spam
Leung Ting owns all.
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kevme (1 day ago) marked as spam
He’s been around a long time, knows a lot and seems like a nice guy, but he should do Traditional Wing Chun instead..then he’d be a monster. But as he is, Master Keith Mazza would I believe, rip him to shreds and lights out very quickly.
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umeshpatel (2 days ago) marked as spam
colin ward is one of uk s top instructors who trained me
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umeshpatel (2 days ago) marked as spam
good comment!!! iwas trained by colin ward in uk.. emphasis is on training the student and not showing off your own skills ..you are right.
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umeshpatel (2 days ago) marked as spam
very wise!!!
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mww270963 (4 days ago) marked as spam
i practice wing chun, karate, kali and kick boxing… and i form everything around wing chun
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AbiDawud (1 week ago) marked as spam
This man is 2nd generation Yip Man. Any wanna be tough guy can talk trash all over the internet where your identity can remain anonymous, but I don’t think you should be saying a word until you’re willing to say it to someone’s face, especially if the one you’re trashing is a master and you’re just some laymen bum joe shmoe off the street.
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johnty505 (1 week ago) marked as spam
too stiff and too slow
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2029AD (2 weeks ago) marked as spam
when he hit the wall, he finished
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JarJarSphinx (3 weeks ago) marked as spam
I guess you are referring to me, with my long explanations?

What makes you say I’m an egoist? I don’t portray myself as a master, as I’m not, nor do I lift out any one person as beating everyone else, as you do.

Get over yourself and just read it for what it is, my own analysis of my own experiences with different forms of self defense.

Different looks at Wing Chun

Friday, April 6th, 2007

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ahay321 (6 days ago)
Wing chun designed to defeat other styles! Other styles use wild round punches. Wing chun person would simply block these with bil sau (thrusting hand), counter with the other. Block/strike. Round punches are SO easy to see and block. Wing Chun prefer to punch straight but can use small circle punches eg: hook. Blocks set up many techniques such as grabs, throws, choke holds, submissions.

angryonion87 (1 week ago)
yeh it is more likely to be messy in a real fight but what wouldnt become less graceful. id still rather be able to fight standing than grapple like in UFC. Who wants to be tackling someone on the ground in an ally with broken glass, and what if there are multiple attackers (usually the case), whats is buddy doing while your scrapping on the floor.

shaolinking5 (2 weeks ago)
What bothers me is that most MMA fighters have 4-6 years of training tops and just hop into the ring and yet people call them the greatest fighters in the world. Don’t get me wrong, I love EVERY fighting style and think they all have something to offer, but UFC and Pride fighters are not the best in the world. You have to look farther than your TV set to find the best.

wozbot (3 weeks ago)
If you can catch them on your forearms you have a fighting chance of retaliating. Whatever style you train you need to work on your strength, stamina and body conditioning to have a realistic chance of taking hits and surviving the battle. Osu!

wozbot (3 weeks ago)
The only qualm I have about WC is that the defence seems to be geared solely against WC attacks. A street thug will not attack you in direct straight lines with his feet glued to the floor. That is why you need a close in ‘boxer’ defence (IMO). Your opponent is most likely to use wild haymakers which you will not be able to predict.

Shinsengumi77 (3 weeks ago)
actually, WC is geared more towards those wide boxing attacks. We just train with other WC practitioners to train at the same time. Hooks and other wide, circular techniqes would be very ineffective (and potentially kamikaze-like) if you use them on a WC dude.

hgamer (3 weeks ago)
thank god you mentioned it, coz some believe that the quickest path between 2 points isn’t a straight line. if youtube required an i.q. test for most of these posters, they’d fail.

Swrdmaster9 (3 weeks ago)
the guy in the vid seems to know what he’s doing, but he still comes off as sluggish and lacking the “total control he speaks of. why does this video have artistic cuts every 5 seconds, and why does it end like a DEVO music video? most importantly why is he trying to be a fat bruce lee? the one inch punch demo is way overdone now, and the bruce lee scream is unnescesary at best.

Realistic combat – Wing Tsun

Thursday, March 15th, 2007

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redhorse0251 (2 days ago)
your video is great. But i guess the moves are choreographed somehow. I should say the opponent is cooperative rather than uncooperative. No attacker will launch only one strike to his opponent. Wing tsun is a great form of martial art i believe. But the teacher is not teaching but performing his skills and that’s great. Hope to hear from the one who uploaded this vid. I’m a martial arts enthusiast myself. We’ll get in touch and share a video of our kind of martial art.
citygent (3 days ago)
Cobra Kai, anyone? This guy is a jerk. Any student who trusted their instructor wouldn’t desperately cover themselves and even be willing to put their lives in their hands in advanced stages. With my instructors I have always been able to relax when a strike came through as I know I’m safe – not curling into a ball and covering myself.
This guy’s a bully, shouldn’t be instructing and shames Wing Chun.
juiceknot (4 days ago)
I am a former wing tsun guy. This instructor is a punk. Beating up your students means nothing. Wing tsun suffers in sparring because they never spar with real guys who are really good at other disciplines. Instead they have a student poorly imitate another discipline and assume that that will show wing tsun works against someting like an effective takedown by a wrestler or jujitsu guy. This instructor is a skinny punk.
chaissonb (2 weeks ago)
In some parts of the world it could referred to as Wing Tsun and in others it could be Wing Chun. I guess the name varies, like the style and forms within the style vary from region to region. Who Knows..eh?

Sunday, March 11th, 2007

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Comments:

WingChunStdnt (1 month ago)
Absolutely amazing! One of the best Wing Chun videos I’ve seen so far! There should be more like these.
nbrotonel4 (1 month ago)
Pushing power with minimal effort is great. You don’t tire yourself and inflict some damage, thus you use the enemies’ force against him.
kertong (2 months ago)
now *this* is a good wing chun video. enough with the “let’s hit my compliant drill parther 100 times while he stands still” – more of these, please.

Would love to see this body alignment implemented in some real combat situations, got any videos of such demonstrations? 🙂

theshadowboy607 (5 months ago)
He really got some power in his hands!
fbcbjm79 (6 months ago)
awesome, done with structural alignment and not brute power. wc at its best

Thursday, March 8th, 2007


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Some of the comments with this video:

guitartangokid (2 weeks ago)
These are serious wing chun skills, i belive it is known as sticking hands. can be unbelievabely useful at close range. Dont mess with it heh. Look at thier arms, if they wanted to really smash eachother it wouldnt be very pretty, hospital job. They have control, the exersize is not pointless at all, builds hand eye co-ordination, muscle endurance, and knowledge of what strikes feel like, not justlook like.

79xd79 (3 weeks ago)
If it is indeed improvised and the guy on the left is indeed really trying to hit the ‘master’ and get past his defences, then what we have here is a very impressive video. If not, then the whole exercise seems pretty pointless to me. (Although I think that either way the average guy would get his ass handed to him by either of them.)

siulamtau (4 weeks ago)
I won’t deny them their skill…somewhat, but there was no fook sau, but i did see some taan saus. overall, there was some good points, but lines were off and the “sifu” over shifted many times, so he could have been merely pushed away pretty easily.

WingChunStdnt (1 month ago)
They look like they’re having fun, which is why they are more relaxed in their techniques than normal. I think it’s a great way to show that you don’t have to be perfect in executing every move in Wing Chun to know it can still be very effective. This is definately one of the better Wing Chun videos our there.

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.”