Among the martial arts types in Scottsdale, you have Wing Tsun (Wing Chun).
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WingTsun training maintains fitness, works the smaller muscle groups for better balance, structure and body unity.
The WingTsun (Wing Chun) System is well known for its famous pupil, Bruce Lee and his teacher, Yip Man.
WingTsun™ is a fast, close range street-wise self-defense system which maximizes a smaller person’s chances in a real encounter.
The above photo is our class in progress at the Scottsdale Wing Tsun location @ Mountain View Karate 8445 E. McDonald Dr. Scottsdale, AZ 85250.
Contact the instructor, Sifu John Brusstar at firstname.lastname@example.org or Facebook: Scottsdale WingTsun Group page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/scottsdalewingtsun/ and click on the ‘Ask Question’ spot near the top to inquire about classes there! Especially for self defense, among all martial arts types, try Wing Tsun! If you learn self defense and maintain fitness, good health follows…
Wing Tsun’s martial arts defense concept in using a pre-fighting posture is the center-line concept. If a student or practitioner has used a different posture with a lot of success in sparring or never needed it in a few street fights, they may be unwilling to accept this idea which is very different from the majority of styles in martial arts schools available today. Bruce Lee used the Taoist idea “Empty your cup.” It means that in order to learn something new, one has to empty one’s cup. In other words, if your mind is too full of previously learned ideas like a full cup of tea, one has to empty it first to in order to accept another kind of tea – different knowledge.
The discussions continue in chat rooms and at YouTube about why the kung fu moves of Chinese martial arts have not been frequently used in mixed martial arts ( MMA ) fight contests. As many of us recognize, some of the Chinese martial arts have been included in the umbrella discipline we know as Wu Shu. Wu shu is a recognized sport of China in modern times and is almost solely concerned with demonstration art in perfecting ancient forms. For the uninitiated, forms are pre-arranged sequences of the kung fu moves of ancient martial arts. The forms are the architecture of individual martial art styles. The movements of the style are in the forms.
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