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Wing Chun - The Science of Self Defence

Post by Admin on Wed Oct 26, 2016 4:31 pm



As a martial artist, first and foremost, I’m not interested in “Wing Chun,” “tradition,” or “style.”  I’m not interested in flashy acrobatics, winning tournaments, or what looks cool.  I’m only interested in what works.  What keeps you alive in real life and death fight situations?  What is the most effective way to defeat one or many opponents with or without weapons?  How is the human body best trained to become a master of self-defense?  What techniques, drills, and concepts must become second-nature to ensure proper reaction and adaptation during the chaos of real-life combat?  How can any system or style cover the literally infinite potential dangers faced?  With so many different martial arts from all over the world, how can one separate the wheat from the chaff and discern which is the most effective?  For more information on the subjects covered in the video please visit:  http://www.BangkokWingChun.com


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Post by Foreverlearning on Wed Oct 26, 2016 9:16 pm

Great informative video Eric. I personally have no martial arts training, but it always seemed logical to me to use your opponents momentum against them and to always have the upper hand in leverage. Thanks again Brother.
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Post by Admin on Sun Jul 02, 2017 1:39 pm



The following video is a 3-hour compilation of all recorded training sessions with my Bangkok Wing Chun students spanning the course of several years and integrating many different martial arts including Wing Chun, Kali, Boxing, Jiu-Jitsu, Taekwondo and more, complete with fast-paced editing and motivational music.  For whatever reason, YouTube has recently made all my videos over 4 years old inaccessible from my channel, so I wanted to put all my old training videos (along with all my newer ones) together into this one mega-compilation to be preserved for posterity.  To learn more about my martial philosophies and the science of self-defense please visit:  http://www.ericdubay.com/?p=1201
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Re: Wing Chun - The Science of Self Defence

Post by superuserdo on Sat Jun 09, 2018 11:54 am

I found that learning wing chun (which I did for a few years and maybe will again sometime) created a situation where I no longer saw potential conflicts in the street. It's hard to explain but when you train yourself in self defense you gain in confidence and then you carry an ''air of security'' about your person and people seem to see it somehow -so conflict  passes you by. I guess the idiots out there can sense that you are no longer ''easy meat'' on a subconscious level. Either that or its the ''contingency'' thing. Have you noticed that when you have a 'contingency' that you never seem to need to employ it?

Paradox?
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Post by Realearth on Sun Jun 10, 2018 12:11 am

superuserdo wrote:I found that learning wing chun (which I did for a few years and maybe will again sometime) created a situation where I no longer saw potential conflicts in the street. It's hard to explain but when you train yourself in self defense you gain in confidence and then you carry an ''air of security'' about your person and people seem to see it somehow -so conflict  passes you by. I guess the idiots out there can sense that you are no longer ''easy meat'' on a subconscious level. Either that or its the ''contingency'' thing. Have you noticed that when you have a 'contingency' that you never seem to need to employ it?

Paradox?

IMHO, Perhaps its all in your own mind, not in others, self fulfilling response perceived of others.
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Re: Wing Chun - The Science of Self Defence

Post by superuserdo on Mon Jun 11, 2018 11:48 am

Realearth wrote:
superuserdo wrote:I found that learning wing chun (which I did for a few years and maybe will again sometime) created a situation where I no longer saw potential conflicts in the street. It's hard to explain but when you train yourself in self defense you gain in confidence and then you carry an ''air of security'' about your person and people seem to see it somehow -so conflict  passes you by. I guess the idiots out there can sense that you are no longer ''easy meat'' on a subconscious level. Either that or its the ''contingency'' thing. Have you noticed that when you have a 'contingency' that you never seem to need to employ it?

Paradox?

IMHO, Perhaps its all in your own mind, not in others, self fulfilling response perceived of others.

Yes that's the point. If we get into a struggle its because of what we have going on on the inside anyway. If you think about it the right mental approach removes the need to learn any kind of self defense but if we view society as having hostile elements we encounter them. As it happened I only trained because I saw an advert in the newspaper and I thought it looked cool. It was and I enjoyed learning to synchronize my body. Other people in the dojo talked of fighting in the street but I never spoke that way. There are obvious benefits either way.
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