Powerful hands need stable, fast and strong footwork to complement them. This course will show you how to use your legs to create powerful hits, to dodge your opponent’s attacks or to stop your opponent right in their tracks and finish the fight as quickly as possible.
In a self-defense situation, you need to be in and out as fast as possible and you need to have a stable stance so that if you are taken by surprise, and get hit, you don’t fall on the ground, where you will be most vulnerable.
That’s why it is wise to have good footwork that will allow you to step in quickly to stop the situation, or step out quickly if you are overwhelmed by your opponent.
In this course I’m sharing with you my experience and my best advice so that you will be safe in a real life situation.
Aditionally, as a BONUS, I am sharing with you how to avoid a self-defense situation and how to finish it quickly if you still need to defend yourself.
Here’s what you get:
I will be here to answer your questions and guide you through the learning process. Looking forward to seeing you in the course...
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.