Wing Tsun - short and sweet
WT is purely a self-defense system (e.g. there are no rules) and
consists of other elements than other martial arts disciplines that have other goals.
WT dismisses all excessive and dramatic movements and leaps. Practitioners, however, "stick" to the opponent,
while arms and legs execute up to 8 attacks per second in a continuous blitz, where elbows and knees are added as fit.
WT is, in many ways a simple system: We only have 4 forms (Muk Yan Chong, Siu Nim Tau, Chum Kiu and Biu Jee)
and 2 weapons forms (Bart Cham Dao and Luk Dim Boon Kwan).
WT uses only a few basic techniques in an infinite number of ways, and the structure of the system is very fast and direct.
WT develops a purely tactile defense system via Chi Sau (for arms) and Chi Geuk (for legs) drill training,
which allows the advanced student to fight using reflexes - even blindfolded.
New students to WT learn a simple, structural and effective form of self-defense. Even after the first training session,
you will have new skills to defend yourself with. Frequent and systematic WT training, however,
changes your nervous system and reaction patterns from chaotic ape to the biomechanical optimum.
WT is a weapon – a weapon to be acquired through training that no one can take from you, as it becomes a part of you.
Through systematic WT training your body becomes "indigestible" to an opponent.
WT uses a genius control system to deflect and neutralize the attack of the opponent, and adds counter attacks of explosive punches,
low kicks and prompt execution of leg work.
WT was created, technically and theoretically, to make the practitioner immune to fancy tricks and combinations.
WT uses a psychotherapeutic training method, inherent in the system, and is created using comprehensive technical redundancy.
WT makes it possible for all people, without specific prerequisites, to defend themselves effectively,
as the system is not based on fitness, muscle strength or acrobatics. This also allows for the elderly to use it.
WT is a scientific system, which, due to the inherent logics, pleasures the intellect, much like a game of chess does.
While using WT, intelligence outwits raw power.