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Class Clips: Chi Sau Video

Seem fun from a recent class. One Sil Lim Tau student vs. a Chum Kiu Student. More>>>

Comprehensive Wing Chun Dummy Video Part 1

Easily learn the Wing Chun Dummy form with the benefit of multiple video angles and detailed narration. In part one of this fresh video More>>>

Comprehensive Wing Chun Dummy Video Part 2

Easily learn the Wing Chun Dummy form with the benefit of multiple video angles and detailed narration. In part two of this fresh video More>>>

Class Footage: Responsive Bridging Play

Video of Responsive Bridging Play using Pok sau, Biu sau, Gum Sau, and angling footwork. This is useful drilling to prepare for sparring and More>>>

What's in a name?.......Why "RED Light" Wing Chun?

A few people have asked and I assume more have wondered, "What's the deal with the name of the studio?" There are layers to that answer. So here we go.... More>>>

Wing Chun Trapping With Kup Jarn

What can you do with Kup Jarn besides striking? Control both their arms with one of yours! More>>>

How to Get More F in Your Attacks: 3 Elements for Greater Force Generation

Get ready for a short primer with some real weight. There are only three elements you can change to get more force into your attacks. Mass, Acceleration, and Body Structure. Understanding and More>>>

2 Easy Takedowns for Chi Sau

Wing chun is a complete art encompassing striking, locking, throwing. Often in Chi Sau throws/ takedowns are underrepresented. Here are a couple of techniques to jumpstart your practice. More>>>

7 Ways to Get Hit Less During Chi Sau

Everyone gets hit playing Chi sau. If you are not getting hit you need better partners. What you want to develop is a lower exchange rate. That is you earn hits more often than you deserve hits. If you find yourself getting caught by the same... More>>>

Training Method vs. Fighting Method: Sorry, Chain Punches Are Not Magic

One of the most recognizable techniques in Wing Chun is the Chain Punch or Lin Wan Kuen. It is overused, misunderstood, over-rated AND More>>>

What is the Best Headgear for Wing Chun?

There is headgear marketed for boxing, Karate, Tae Kwon Do, Muay Thai, wrestling and more! But I have yet to find any specifically marketed for Wing chun practitioners. However, since heads are heads and punches are punches... More>>>

3 Ways Bong Sau is For Mistakes

While it is not true that Bong Sau is ONLY for mistakes, it should be noted that Bong is not your best "Plan A" for thwarting an incoming strike or grab. If your hands are up in a guard position, other tools will likely be more efficient. But this can be turned on its head if certain mistakes are encountered.... More>>>

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