Why is sparring training so rare in Wing Tsun? Isn't Wing Tsun supposed to be a combat art?
This video is a very brief look at a planned video series on how to built actual sparring training into any Wing Tsun teaching program, student grade by student grade.
Our opinion: If you don't feel perfectly comfortable at the sparring-distance, you will rarely get to the point where Wing Tsun training usually begins: the middle to very close distance. You will get knocked out before you get there.
This systematic sparring-program tries to fill that common gap in Wing Tsun/Chun (or whatever) instruction. It can be used by any teacher from any school or organization. It is a thinking-aid, not a completed work. You can add to it or take away whatever you want.
Everything you see in this video is a sparring application of the Bay Mountain Wing Tsun Student Program 1. It is the most basic level of training.
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