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Wing Chun Do - Level 2 White Sash (Conceptual)


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Centerline Concept
Your centerline must be aligned with the opponents central axis

TWO Reasons:
1. Both hands must be able to touch the opponent.
2. Along w/body angle helps maintain strong upper torso power base
Central Axis
Imaginary Line running through the body from the clavicle to the naval.
Upper Torso Power Base
Strong mobile power source utilizing the body's core muscle.
i.e. Pecs, Lats, Abs, Upper & Lower back, etc.
A strong UPTB must have Centerline and Body Angle (approx 5 to 15 degrees: from the hips)
Single Unit Movement
Feet move the body while maintaining a strong UTPB
Immovable Elbow Concept
Rotating the forearms from the elbows to minimize movement and energy use while defending the perimeter
Rules of Speed and Power
1. Speed - Hand moves before body
2. Power - Body moves before hand
Startle Concept(Pure)
The use of emotion to fuel the technique
DEMONSTRATE: Spontaneous Explosive/No Control/Full body noodle
Wing Chun Do's Nine Critical Perimeters
[3 Primary]
Left, Right, UPPER, Middle, Lower, Inner, OUTER, Extended & KILL RANGE
5 Rules of Striking
1. Strong Defense
2. Speed to reach the target
3. Proper Target for Maximum Effect
4. Proper Method of Striking
5. Sufficient Power to Eliminate the Target
Psychological Zones
1. Safe Zone - Distance where you are outside the threat zone, yet can still effectively attack.
2. Threat Zone - Distane that triggers your opponent to emotional alarm
3. Danger Zone - the distance where you can contact the opponent but can't control or strike him
Reaction Time
Lag Time (brain time) +
Speed of Motion (movement to point A to point B).

Decision Making

GO - Act
Lin Sil Die Dar Concept
Total attack theory.
MULTIPLE ATTACK;SINGLE ACTION -- Simultaneous defense, offense and closing.

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