Approaching The Dummy Mentally And Physically

by | Nov 18, 2015 | Techniques & Applications

Wing chun dummy
The Dragon's List is honored to reproduce this article by Master Ron Heimberger with permission. For additional information about Master Ron Heimberger and Wing Chun please visit http://www.wckfc.com/ MENTALLY Level One (absorption of the techniques and one-pointedness) In the early stages of Wing Chun training, there is a tension between concentration on the techniques of the first three boxing forms and distracting thoughts. The main distractions are desires; ill will, despair, anger, laziness, agitation; doubt or skepticism. Sometimes a combination thereof. If practiced properly beforehand in the Siu Lim Tao, Chun Kiu, and Biu Gee a student will not find this.....
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