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Tag Archives: yim wing chun

Fight Smart in Close-Quarters Combat Using Wing Chun Techniques

Friday, June 10th, 2011

In the martial arts, one school of thought holds that you should change your game to match your opponent’s. Example: If you’re a stand-up fighter and you’re facing a grappler, you should immediately switch into grappling mode. Problem is, that requires you to train to such an extent that each subset of your skills is
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Posted in Close Quarters Combat, Joint Locks, Strikes, Throws/Takedowns, William Cheung, Wing Chun.

China’s Martial Arts | Vintage Black Belt

Monday, March 21st, 2011

China has always been the traditional home of the Asian martial arts. For 2,000 years, its people have experimented with and developed self-defense systems that have only recently become known in other countries as karate, judo, jujutsu and sumo.

Yet curiously, little is known of the Chinese martial arts (wushu) outside of China. The country has
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Posted in Chinese Martial Arts History.