How to FIGHT Using Wing Chun Kung Fu
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How to FIGHT Using Wing Chun Kung Fu

Learn the secret behind Bruce Lee's incredibly fast kicks, make your Wing Chun kicks invisible, and much, much more
4.2 (30 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
927 students enrolled
Created by Rosu Ionut Bogdan
Last updated 1/2014
English
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Includes:
  • 2 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • By the end of this course, you will be able to use hand-leg coordination for fighting and make your kicks invisible
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Requirements
  • Basic understanding of Wing Chun principles
Description

This video course will drastically improve your fighting abilities and understanding of Wing Chun Principles

Contents:

  • Introduction
  • Basic Concepts
  • Maximizing the Straight Punch
  • When and How to Use Chain Punching in a Fight
  • Why is Footwork Important
  • Wing Chun Dodging
  • How to Use Moving Punching
  • Training the Wallbag in Wing Chun
  • How to Visualize
  • When and How to Use Tan Da in a Fight
  • How to Maximize your Footwork
  • Long Range Wing Chun
  • How to make your kicks invisible
  • Tripping & Sweeping Actions
  • What Makes Quality Chi Zao
  • Defending Against a Roundhouse Kick
Who is the target audience?
  • This course is intended for people who are already practicing Wing Chun and want to gain a deep understanding of the art
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Curriculum For This Course
17 Lectures
02:00:41
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Introduction
1 Lecture 04:16
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Basic Concepts
1 Lecture 02:38
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Maximizing the Straight Punch
1 Lecture 06:32
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Chain Punching
1 Lecture 11:25
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Using Footwork
3 Lectures 14:16
Why is Footwork Important
00:51

Wing Chun Dodging
03:50

Moving Punching
09:35
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Wallbag Training
1 Lecture 11:40
Wallbag Training
11:40
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What is the Main Objective in Wing Chun
1 Lecture 04:17
What is the Main Objective in Wing Chun
04:17
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How and When to Use Tan Zao
1 Lecture 10:28
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Long Range Wing Chun
1 Lecture 21:28
Long Range Wing Chun
21:28
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Making your Wing Chun Kicks Invisible
5 Lectures 30:37
Introduction
00:58

What is the End Result
01:47

Hand- Leg Coordination for Fighting
15:52

Training Hand-Leg Coordination
08:20

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About the Instructor
Rosu Ionut Bogdan
4.2 Average rating
129 Reviews
3,281 Students
6 Courses
Wing Chun Trainer, Evangelos Wing Chun, Gary Lam System

Bio:

Studied Wing Chun from 'Gary Lam Wing Chun European Headinstructor', Evangelos Vasilakis.

Evangelos Combat Academy, Certified Instructor

Hi! My name is Bogdan and I am a Wing Chun Sifu.

Wing Chun is really my third martial art and I've started studying it by pure accident. I was looking to continue my karate training, when I stumbled upon my Sifu's school.

I was so impressed by Wing Chun's efficiency and how it handles complicated situations with very simple and direct solutions, that I instantly fell in love with the art.

I knew that I needed to learn this Martial Art as deeply and as well as I could.

What I've noticed is that people find it hard, in the beginning and sometimes after years of training, to make Wing Chun natural. To feel comfortable and confident with their Wing Chun.

Having faced the same problem, I decided to create an online training course that would teach Wing Chun students how to make their Wing Chun very practical, thus accelerating their growth as martial artists.

I have a very pragmatic, no non-sense, approach to teaching and fighting.