Wing Tsun is known as "the lazy man’s Kung Fu".
This doesn’t mean, however, that our pulse doesn’t rise on occasion. We do not, however, sweat on the expense of technique!! Unless of course we’re doing push-ups.
All training is Wing Tsun specific meaning that all exercises are done anatomically correct and in a way that supplements the technical part of Wing Tsun.
While practicing our technical training, we usually use “suppressed” attacks, where the attack is carried out at the correct distance with full speed and force, but stopped before actual contact.
When we use pads, punches are carried out all the way to get a feel of the actual power.
Read more about training of punches and kicks HERE
Wing Tsun history from the beginning to our time.
See the Wing Tsun ancestry chart HERE
Wing Tsun's Kuen Kuit
Kuen Kuit is Wing Tsun mottos or fight songs – which in poetic rhythmic form (in Cantonese!) describes the fundamental principles/strategies, used in and by the system.
Kuen Kuit has been handed down through time through ancient traditional tale, and is likely connected to the secret societies of Southern China that speculated in the overthrowing of the Manchu Dynasty.
Sifu Moy Yat, student of Grand Master Yip Man, carved the motto into stone and ensured its survival for generations.