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William Cheung disciple Eric Oram breaks down 10 vital training and technique guidelines that you can apply to any martial art!

10 Wing Chun Kung Fu Training Principles Any Martial Artist Can Use

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Dear Martial Artist,

Before studying kung fu with grandmaster William Cheung, sifu Eric Oram studied karate.

As a karate student in his early teens, he noticed that students were supposed to commit to memory hundreds of techniques that were hypothetical responses to various self-defense situations.

“It was difficult to remember them all,” he says. “But I strove to do my best — until I began watching the black belts spar.

“What I witnessed … looked like nothing I had practiced in the studio. Where were all those techniques I had learned? When all was said and done, all the black belts had used were the most basic blocks and kicks, along with an occasional punch or two.”

So why, he wondered, did he spend all that time memorizing hundreds of techniques?

For several years, he asked the question and never found a satisfactory answer — that is, until he started training in kung fu techniques with William Cheung.

In this new FREE Guide from BlackBeltMag.com — 10 Wing Chun Kung Fu Training Principles Any Martial Artist Can Use — William Cheung disciple Eric Oram describes the following:

  • the principle-based approach to fighting he learned from William Cheung
  • how this method enhanced his kung fu techniques
  • how YOU can use these concepts in YOUR martial art to strengthen your own self-defense moves

How Do Kung Fu Training Principles Apply to Other Martial Arts?

10 Wing Chun Kung Fu Training Principles Any Martial Artist Can Use

Each of the kung fu techniques William Cheung has passed along to Eric Oram is a spontaneous response to a situation based on a series of principles on which all the movements are based.

In 10 Wing Chun Kung Fu Training Principles Any Martial Artist Can Use, Eric Oram outlines the guidelines that he’s found particularly useful in his kung fu techniques training because they can be applied to virtually any martial art.

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What Are the Main Themes of Eric Oram’s Training Principles?

Several fundamental ideas permeate the 10 principles Eric Oram discovered through his studies with William Cheung. He shares their details with you in this Free Guide.

These ideas include the following:

  • balance
  • target vulnerability
  • mobility
  • centerline protection

In this FREE Guide — 10 Wing Chun Kung Fu Training Principles Any Martial Artist Can Use — learn how these themes play out to form a principle-based approach to effective self-defense moves that can be applied to virtually any martial art!

How Can These Principles Affect Your Self-Defense Moves?

10 Wing Chun Kung Fu Training Principles Any Martial Artist Can Use

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How Does Mindset Affect the Efficacy of Your Kung Fu Techniques When They Matter the Most?

In this FREE Guide — 10 Wing Chun Kung Fu Training Principles Any Martial Artist Can Use — learn the following:

  • how believing you can’t win means you probably won’t
  • how getting to know what you’re afraid of can take you to the next level of kung fu techniques — or techniques in any martial art
  • how knowing yourself means beginning to understand others — including your opponent

What’s the Most Important Body Part When Using Kung Fu Techniques?

10 Wing Chun Kung Fu Training Principles Any Martial Artist Can Use

Among the 10 wing chun principles Eric Oram learned from William Cheung are “train to see everything,” “learn to recognize openings” and “watch your opponent’s elbow.” These all involve — anyone? Yes … the eyes. “The simplest way to see ‘everything’ is to look at one thing,” Eric Oram says. Sounds like a Zen riddle that William Cheung himself may have posed, no? Find out what this idea means by downloading this new FREE Guide — 10 Wing Chun Kung Fu Training Principles Any Martial Artist Can Use — available by registering below!

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Delve into the study of the principles that inform kung fu techniques with this FREE Guide — 10 Wing Chun Kung Fu Training Principles Any Martial Artist Can Use — to learn fundamentals from a martial arts master that can take you to the next level of your own journey!

Train on solid foundational rock to flow freely like water,

Raymond