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Self defense move you guys can try from @realdealjiujitsu
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"Wing Jitsu street application technique. Someone grabs your arm from behind, the arm that's pulled is always the side you step back with first. Rotating the arm round by twisting from the hips allows you to turn and face ready to attack. I push into the arm to break the grip allowing me to strike. The open hand strike can also be used for a nice throat squeeze if you don't want to strike 👊"

Pretty cool wooden dummy design. Probably cheaper as well. If you're on a budget, as we mentioned in the last video, you can make your own pvc dummy. Get one about the same size as the wooden body, cut the holes, and buy the wooden arms and leg. You can make your own stand as well
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Video from @eder_fontana

Freestyle on the dummy, from @khanthavongsay
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The dummy is an awesome tool for self practice. When you practice in the air, there's no resistance and nothing to hit. Whereas on the dummy you can practice hitting it while staying relaxed. It's easier to check your moves and structure as well... If you're on a budget, you can build one with pvc, just buy the wooden arms and legs

Different combos you can try from pak dar, from @wingchuncombatcyprus
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Usually between two different moves, one will be easier to do than the other in a certain situation. The "right" move varies from situation to situations. Use the easier option and it shouldn't feel forced.

Some self defense moves from the girls at @wingtsunakademi
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When someone pulls you forward, generally it's good to step into them as you strike. This helps with keeping your balance and body upright so it's easier to block as well as attack. Use the footwork to make their pulling less effective rather than resisting it

Arms conditioning exercise from @wingchun_kuwait
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Conditioning your arms and legs are super helpful. You want to be able to block incoming attacks without getting hurt. To condition your arms, do these drills or practice often on your wooden dummy!

Sifu Jody Hill drilling with his grandson @hillwingchun
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Self defense for kids is quite different from adults. Since they are smaller and some movements are harder to pick up. It's a good idea to focus on movements that work for them and keep repeating or going back to it until they can use it in live training

What do you guys want to learn more about? Self defense? Chi sao? Wooden dummy? Comment below! We'll work on giving you guys tips based on the comments... Chi sao training from @danimay108 and @coachbran

Balance and iron palm training clip from @khanthavongsay . Doing the first form while staying in one leg and keeping it extended is a great way to work on balance. Keep the other knee bent and the body upright just like when you're throwing the kick. This will help you develop muscles for balance and kicking

Elbow drills you guys can try from @hillwingchun . Elbows are one of the best weapons in close range, don't forget to practice them!

How cool would it be if you get to practice there everyday... And what they say in the video is somewhat true. If you're good enough in wing chun, you can still fight blindfolded reasonably well based on feeling. BUT, you still need to practice seeing punches, since some attacks you can't feel.
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Video from @t_mo_thy

1, 2 punch from @veso_angelov
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When you hit, always feel like you're accelerating past the target. Don't just touch it but go through it.
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