How To Use The Wing Chun Footwork For Self-Defense
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.
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.
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
this course I’m sharing with you my experience and my best advice so that you
will be safe in a real life situation.
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.
what you get:
to use the Wing Chun steps, and the basics
to Dodge or Stop powerful attacks by using the Wing Chun footwork
to add the Basic Wing Chun hands to the footwork
reason why we sit with 60% of the weight on our back leg and 40% of the weight
on our front leg
advantages of using 45° stepping and how to use it
- The Basic Wing Chun Kicks – When and How to use them
- BONUS – Basic hand-leg coordination that will surprise your opponent and
will give you the advantage in a fight
- BONUS – The 3 Keys to Self-Defense and Personal Development that you
need to know before ever stepping into a self-defense situation
will be here to answer your questions and guide you through the learning
process. Looking forward to seeing you in the course…