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Proquick, relatively simple, plenty of clubs, effecti...

Contrasome poor instructors around, doesn't really deal ...

My relationship with WIng Chun dates back to 1973. I would travel (even as a youngish teenager) across the country (well, from Barnsley to Manchester inititally but later to London and eventually to Hong Kong) to study this great fighting art. It doesn't bear reference to the Chinese kung fu...

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“WING CHUN WING TSUN”

published 04/08/2002

ProFitness, self protection ability, Confidence, Supp...

ContraPain from sparring (depending on training method),...

BASICS ------ Martial arts, particularly complex ones, consist of a number of forms, which can vary immensely. Some forms are modelled off the way animals attack, and so for instance when using a crane form, then the person utilizing this will take on a stance or attacks reminiscent of said...

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“Economy - Less IS More”

published 17/08/2001

ProGreat style to learn, designed to defeat other sty...

ContraNot much really. Just don't hit yourself when chai...

First off, I don't quite know why Wing Chun (sometimes spelt Wing Tsun) Kung Fu is listed under Karate, since they are totally separate arts, but there we go. Wing Chun originated from China, where warrior monks at the temple of Shaolin perfected their martial arts. The Wing Chun system was...

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“Its all about PERT.”

published 20/02/2001

ProThe boost in confidance and health is enough to re...

Contrawave good bye to your private life....

Wing Chun Kung Fu is one of the original styles of old China.It has been tradionaly taught in the closed door schools and has only reacently been openly taught in the western world. Its most famous practioner is of course Bruce Lee,who was taught the style by the grand master Yip Man,before he...

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Excellent

“a modern ancient art !”

published 11/12/2003

Proefficient,fast,powerful

Contrayou can be trapped by the "intellectual" side

Here is an update on my below review that was targeted mainly to practitioners of any style who could understand the lingo, sorry guys ! Sorry for not giving details on classes or prices because my aim is to give a view and a review (what a task!) on a style that gave me so much. These...

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Excellent

Proone of the best martial arts shows in uk

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Seni 2001... what can i say, one of the best exhibitions i have ever been too. In 2000 at the nec was the first time i saw the exhibition and just can not wait for this years. At the NEC this year they aim to beat last years show, with a wide range of martial arts events offering spectacular...

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