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Self Defense Scenarios

It can be useful for WingTsun students to develop self-defense scenarios in their mind as long as they are not “fixed formulas.” In other words ask yourself “what if this happened?” OK, most of my students already know that if somebody asks, “What if I took a swing at you?” or “What would you do…,” that this can be a useless and even dangerous verbal exercise. After all, you really don’t know how they will attack until they actually do. However, it can be useful to speculate with yourself. In other words, ask yourself this question as a bit of internal dialog, “How well would I do in a real self-defense situation?” “What WOULD I do if somebody came around a corner and tried to grab or hit me?” These mental exercises can help you visualize the beginning, the middle and the end of an attack defended by classical WingTsun movements. This can also aid your self-confidence.

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SELF DEFENSE CLASSES IN GILBERT AZ – SCENARIOS

In my self defense classes in Gilbert AZ, I teach the Wing Tsun concepts of a certain topic each time I present the class. By understanding how Wing Tsun concepts work against certain types of assaults, students can work out the problems with clashing of forces, angles, and the using of an attacker’s force.

It can be useful for some martial arts students to develop self-defense scenarios in their mind. In other words, ask yourself “what if this happened?” OK, most of my students already know that if somebody asks, “What if I took a swing at you?” or “What would you do…,” that this can be a useless and even dangerous verbal exercise. After all, you really don’t know how they will attack until they actually do.

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