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Sifu Leung Ting and the late, great Grandmaster Yip Man

Sifu Leung Ting and the late, great Grandmaster Yip Man.

Leung Ting’s first instructor was late Grandmaster Yip Man’s first Hong Kong student, Leung Sheung.  Later, Leung Ting’s uncle introduced him to Grandmaster Yip Man.  He soon became a private student of the late Grandmaster.

More information can be found at: WingTsun Welt, the European online magazine about the WingTsun World!

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October is Self-Defense Month for Women

October is Self-Defense Month for Women

As reported by WWJ-TV 62 Detroit:

http://detroit.cbslocal.com/2014/10/08/do-you-know-what-to-do-if-attacked-october-is-self-defense-month-for-women/

October is Self-Defense Month for Women

Women can succeed in the martial art of Leung Ting WingTsun® kung-fu. Whether or not the ‘creation story’ of the martial art of Wing Tsun having been invented by a woman who taught her teenaged female student is true, the concepts and techniques of Wing Tsun make it possible for a much weaker person to defend themselves in an assault by a much larger, stronger assailant.

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Wing Tsun Kung Fu Chain Punches, part I

Wing Tsun Kung Fu Chain Punches, part I

I just checked out a post by Robert JR Graham on his site called Kung Fu Chain PunchesIt is really my article on Three WingTsun Kung Fu Punches.  The article discusses the three different WingTsun punches that are taught in three separate WingTsun forms, Siu Nim Tau, Chum Kiu and Biu Tze.  At the end, the point is made that in WingTsun, many things are done in threes.  The three chain punches at the end of the forms recognize that humans only have two hands.  If you throw three punches and your opponent tries to block each one with each hand, he does not have a hand left to defend the third punch!