About Wing chun techniques
What’s Less Commonly Known Is The Wide Variety Of Strikes To Choose From Of all the Wing Chun techniques, the straight punch is the one that defines Wing Chun and sets it apart from other martial arts and fighting styles. Combining one straight punch with another straight punch following directly behind from the opposite arm gives you the roll punch (also called the chain punch). In actuality, a roll punch contains at least three straight punches in quick succession, not just two (i.e. right, left, right or left, right, left). If you’re on the receiving end it’s like getting hit with a machine gun. The straight punch and combination roll punch forms the basis of all Wing Chun techniques you learn. But Wait, There’s More … Wing Chun Techniques! When it comes to fighting, self-defense, battle, war, or even building a house, owning a variety of tools is essential. You want to have the right tool for the right job. I love the vertical punch and I really love the roll punch. Who doesn’t want to deliver an attack like a machine gun? But it’s not useful 100 percent of the time. So, below are a variety of unarmed hand attacks (and elbow and finger) used in Wing Chun that allow you to hit the target you wa
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