Sunday, September 30, 2012

Wing Chun

Wing Chun (mandarin: 咏 春; pinyin: yǒng Chun; literally means "song of spring" or mandarin: 永春; literally means "eternal spring"), also spelled as Ving Tsun or Wing Tsun is a Chinese martial art and form that combines martial arts and melee attack and specializes in close combat.

History of Wing Chun more passed down generations from teacher to student, there is no official record of who and when created. According to the version of Ip Man, Wing Chun was created by Ng Mui during the reign of Emperor Kangxi (1661-1722), the Qing Dynasty. After the destruction of the Shaolin Temple in Fujian by Qing forces, the head nun Ng Mui fled to Mount Daliang (大 凉山) on the border between Yunnan and Sichuan. One day, he saw a fight between a snake and a crane, then Ng Mui took lessons from observing the fight between the two animals and combine it with Shaolin kungfu kungfu then create a new style. Ng Mui often buy out of a handyman named Yim Yee know (严 二). Yim Yee has a daughter named Yim Wingchun (严咏春) who was forced to marry a local military General. Ng Mui taught Yim Kung Fu Wingchun new science to get rid of it for good local general and finally succeeded. Yim Wingchun then lowered his knowledge to Leung BokChao (梁 博 俦), her own husband. The use of the name "Wing Chun" begins at the time.

Wing Chun is a martial art form that is very unique, specialized in close combat, using fast punches and kicks with a tight defense and footwork agility to accelerate the forward movement. Wing Chun can be achieved by effective coordination between the simultaneous attack and defense and counterattack. From this Wing Chun become a good martial arts in terms of self defense. A student must learn to deliver the right amount of energy to a relaxed state. WingChun a good teacher will teach students to cope with the situation by adjusting the position and evade rather than confront directly. Wing Chun style of covering kicks, parry, attack streak, boxing, trapping and control techniques as part of the fight itself.
Basic Training
 Horse Riding
 The horses (English: Stance) is considered the most modern martial arts practitioners as antiquated and less useful, but actually many aspects contained in training horses. The horses in the internal martial arts is the aspect Di (Earth), in power engineering in horses is needed in the power aspect of the Earth. Training horses are a lot of functions, provided we know exactly how the conditions we currently do horses.The simplest way is the visualization of our Chi energy as White Light. If we want to strengthen our legs, do the Chi flow to the legs, so if you want to hand. If you want to disperse the Chi throughout the body, then do regular breathing, and hold on And Dian (Chi energy centers, located 3 right hand fingers below the navel) and then spread throughout the body.The horses which carried a lot of modern practitioners are challenged by their effectiveness in battle. The fight or martial art technique substantially changed and the transformation and evolution. Where once the fight taking power, now more into engineering. Many martial arts practitioner who has always maintained a conservative form of the horses as they Fighting. this affects the effectiveness and efficiency of their own movement. Where now standing style of most martial arts are more flexible than the use of horses.Like one of those evolutionary Wing Chun Kung Fu, Alm. GM. Bruce Lee (Lee Hsiao Lung) have analyzed a variety of martial arts. He recorded several martial analyzed and implemented, and grafted into the Wing Chun are Taekwondo, Kempo Karate, Jujutsu, Thai Chi, FMA, etc.. According to him, large horses, will produce great power, but the pace will slow down. Likewise, small horses that will produce a small, but fast. horses were taught form he is the best according to his analysis.The horses in Wing Chun also called San Zhan horses (or horses Mountains) or in Japanese is called San Chin Daiichi. The first training is still training horses. In this technique, strength training toes, foot blades, side leg, thigh, spine, coccyx, kestablian, and muscle coordination. These horses that exercise boosted flesiblelitas engineering techniques will increase the pace, so that the body is lighter.There are 3 kinds of shifts horse - horses in wing chun (mandarin: Hang Ma) include:1. Hang Ma in place (Step One Spot Body Movement)In this style, Hang Ma focused on one point on one leg. where the momentum shifts are greatest at the waist. on Hang Ma, it is emphasized in the rotation at the waist. Hang Ma is particularly useful in the fight, where we can simply rotate the body to the other without exchanging places. For example, when we are facing opponents on the left, then if an invader from the right, we immediately turn to the right, as well as the front and rear.2. Hang Ma forward and backward one foot (Same Leg Body Movement Step)In this style, we can move in a condition to attack, where as in some kind of martial arts style, when we go forward, front foot forward first, timer, rear leg backwards first, while to the left, left foot first, and time to the right, the foot right first.3. Hang Ma Switch Leg (Leg Body Movement Step Change)In this style we can move to attack, defend or attack while persist. Actually there is one more leg positions, ie standing on one leg, but most of this position is only for practice or at a specific position. exercise position is especially useful when fighting in a place that is not flat. This training application will be useful when we train a second technique that Chum Kiu and Biu Gee training personnel.

Branch Wing Chun

Six first-generation lineage Wing Chun
Wing Chun has many branches because usually each - each teacher has several students that eventually spread worldwide. So is the case with Leung BokChao have three students namely Yeetai Leung, Wong Wahbo and Dai Fa Minkam.

Branch - the branch of Wing Chun that exist include:
ip Man
Yiu Kai
Jiu Wan
Gulao (Koo Lo village)
Pan Nam
Yuen Kay-San
Nguyen Te-Cong (Vietnamese Wing Chun 永春)
Cho family
Hung Fa Yi / Hung Suen Wing Chun Kuen
Pao Fa Lien
Fut Sao (Buddha Hand)

Of all the existing branches of Wing Chun, Ip Man branch is the most popular and rapidly growing up abroad.

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