The Sciences of in-fighting (Wong Shun Leung)

Wong Shun Leung, élève de Ipman nous enseigne le Yongshun dans une vidéo de 1982, en 2 parties de 10 minutes chacune. D’autres vidéos de ce film original sont disponibles sur youtube mais en qualité inférieure, à l’heure ou j’écris ces lignes.

Partie 2 en ligne ici
Les formes sont décomposées et expliquées. La musique 80’s apporte un plus!

2 thoughts on “The Sciences of in-fighting (Wong Shun Leung)

  1. Madge W. Burks

    May 28, 2013 at 10:54am

    With wing chun, you still have the tools and concepts intact. Some individual in each generation that applies the tools and concepts will make wing chun alive. No one can say he has the “original wing chun,” as it has undergone generations of refinement, but if you apply the tools and concepts and can use it in combat, then you are using “live wing chun.” In applying wing chun, you have to change to keep up with your opponent’s change; your target is always moving. Wing chun is a system that has no particular style. We wait for the opponent’s style or way to show, and then we start from there to create our own style. You don’t waste time. You just react naturally to your opponent’s action. When Bruce said, “Your technique is my technique,” it is an example of his high understanding of wing chun.

  2. Roy Hill

    July 17, 2013 at 9:47pm

    With wing chun, you still have the tools and concepts intact. Some individual in each generation that applies the tools and concepts will make wing chun alive. No one can say he has the “original wing chun,” as it has undergone generations of refinement, but if you apply the tools and concepts and can use it in combat, then you are using “live wing chun.” In applying wing chun, you have to change to keep up with your opponent’s change; your target is always moving. Wing chun is a system that has no particular style. We wait for the opponent’s style or way to show, and then we start from there to create our own style. You don’t waste time. You just react naturally to your opponent’s action. When Bruce said, “Your technique is my technique,” it is an example of his high understanding of wing chun.

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