Wing Chun for beginners lesson 10: basic hand exercise/static blocking





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32 thoughts on “Wing Chun for beginners lesson 10: basic hand exercise/static blocking

  1. Sufyan Hussain says:

    I actually use Wing chun as an art to relieve the stress. I enjoy it, it keep me calm and happy. Hopefully i can finally join the Martial Arts school a few roads down so that i can get 1 to 1 training but i will never forget master Wong's training excersizes

  2. Zeph man says:

    Me and my friends are working on martial arts. We're exercising, lifting weights and running. This Wing Chun is great for me in working out and Master Wong makes the most sense.

  3. Mihir Desai says:

    sir ,
    iv been practicing the way you have been instructing for the past one month
    now i can fairly carry out the 1st ten basic exercises of level one
    however the punches arent storng enouf and kicks arent straight
    since i live in india , i cannot find any teacher who can help me so iv choosen your channel to learn from , i dont have any sparring partners either
    wooden dummies arent available so iv managed to make one of my own !

    please help out !!

  4. Mihir Desai says:

    sir ,
    iv been practicing the way you have been instructing for the past one month
    now i can fairly carry out the 1st ten basic exercises of level one
    however the punches arent storng enouf and kicks arent straight
    since i live in india , i cannot find any teacher who can help me so iv choosen your channel to learn from , i dont have any sparring partners either
    wooden dummies arent available so iv managed to make one of my own !

    please help out !!

  5. Pjandyp says:

    @gig4god There is no swearing in this video… Some fuzzy English at times, but no swearing. You may just be hearing something wrong, my father was a Vietnamese immigrant, and though he spoke English since leaving vietnam, Asian languages cause vocal chords to form differently then western ones, resulting in mispronunciations, regardless of how long one may practice.

  6. griqs says:

    oh shit ._. this defense MAKE SO MUCH SCENE I remember back in Taekwondo class for our block we only used are hands but sometimes when sparring the hits would get through slightly and they got points, which was aggravating becuase the hit was hard to deflect. I'm going to start using this its actually effective.

  7. h says:

    Ok.There has been a dispute on the correct spelling of the Wing Chun master "Ip" or "Yip" man. To solve this entire argument, let me explain.
    The original spelling and pronunciation is "Yip Man" but, when discover by foreigners such as: British or European, it got around to parts of the area as
    "Ip Man" because these people were not Chinese so it was easy for someone to say "Ip Man" once and it gets around town as that. So……..there it is; just thought you guys should know. 😀

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