Wing Chun Chi Sao lessons
Wing Chun Chi Sao
You have seen the hit movie Ip man, now learn how to use Wing Chun Chi Sao techniques in the modern world.
Master Wong wing Chun Chi Sao training makes it possible for y to use Wing Chun in full contact for real vs. Muay Thai, vs. boxing, vs. karate, vs. anyone.
This course will give you some insight into our training methods and instructional clips that explain techniques or other aspects of our brand of Wing Chun.
What is Wing Chun Chi Sao for ?
Chi Sau is there to make you a better fighter. It is a means to an end. Being good at Chi Sau itself does not make you a good fighter, Chi Sau is there to help you practice applying techniques and theories you learn in the hand forms. When you get in a fight you can’t solve it by asking your opponent to Chi Sau. But hopefully Chi Sau has given you a chance to practice techniques and theory’s against lots off different people (of different size and shape) so you know what is effective and you know what makes you vulnerable.
Is Wing Chun Chi Sao competitive?
Wing Chun Chi Sao is the art of helping both students to learn. Wining or loosing is not part of Chi Sau, as I said at there start it is there to make you a better fighter it is not a way to fight. Inevitably students will be competitive and a little competitiveness keeps Chi Sao useful.
If I am trying hard not to get hit and trying hard to get through the other persons defense it makes it a realistic, and unpredictable exercise. This is useful. However the ultimate goal is to learn so if you just scrap with your partner with the aim of “scoring points” then you will not be learning. Do not be afraid to get hit even by beginners who have not been training as long as you. Every time you get hit you are given an opportunity to learn.
In another word, You get the chance to find something about your defense that could potentially save you in a real fight. For instance if your Tan is too low and the person is taller they can hit over the top. You should always work with your partner.
Chi Sau is not a competition
So you should not be one, take it seriously but don’t aim to be the winner. Take breaks to ask each other questions about what is going on.
This is very important in Chi Sao. For instance you can ask: How did you hit me then? What was that combination? Why do you leave your guard low? I think if you used a Biu Sao you could stop my attack better… etc.
- Lectures 27
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 2 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 0
- Certificate Yes
- Assessments Self