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The Method Of Preventing Kicking Skill In Wing Chun Quan


Block immediately after kicking ——— after your opponent completes his offensive; the attacking part should not be higher than the middle of his body, with a front kick and a straight kick hitting a backward opponent, and when the opponent wants to launch the kick, use his leg to intercept the ground before his offensive foot.


The golden rule against kicking:


A good center line forces the other to take a longer route to attack the target, train your eyes to observe the opponent's knee, judge the line it is playing against and the target you are trying to kick, and quickly move out of the opponent's kick and counterattack or volley. To keep the opposing movement as much as possible but to deflect it from the target and then kick his support leg to break his balance; reduce the distance from the other side and move out of the range of the opponent's kick, and move to the outside of his attacking arm to strike back immediately and put the opponent in defensive position.

According to the laws of physics, one force has only one direction at a time. The longer an object moves in a definite direction, the longer it takes to change his movement. So this is because when you want the object to change in other directions, it moves in its original direction. When opponents use a kick against an upper limb attack, his feet have to go through a long line to attack you, distance equals time, so longer distances leave me more time to react, and the first step in dealing with a kick is to train your eyes or visual responses exactly, This way you can determine in time how your opponent will attack you and attack your body.


The traditional Wing Chun boxing teaches you to look at your opponent's elbow to determine the target of your upper limb attack, and to block the elbow with your palm, because the elbow movement indicates the movement of the entire upper limb. The upper limb cannot move with no elbow moving. The knee is as elbow for the arm as for the leg. The shortest line between two points, because distance equals time, you should keep good and deal with the most urgent threats. Straight-line attacks, that is, from the center line (the connection to your opponent's body center), you must resist the shortest line attack, and the positive defense is easy to implement, so the opponent must find a way to bypass your defense.


At any moment, whenever possible, you struggle to deflect its attack, hit it slightly off the original route, but don't stop it from attacking, if you stop the other person from kicking, the other side is in a state where you can launch another attack, and it's very important to keep your opponent's kicking leg moving and finding out as much as possible. Controlling the opponent's attacking side of the upper limb allows you to balance your opponent, which is hard to attack again.


If the opponent is hitting the target in the middle or middle of your body, you should use upper limb block; If the target is in the lower or lower part of your body, you should normally use your legs to block the ball. When you use a more popular block, it's easy to keep your body balanced and respond quickly. Traditional WingChun coaches often use a simple Wing Chun anti-kick gold Law


The golden rule of offensive kicking:


Block immediately after kicking ——— after your opponent completes his offensive; the attacking part should not be higher than the middle of his body, with a front kick and a straight kick hitting a backward opponent, and when the opponent wants to launch the kick, use his leg to intercept the ground before his offensive foot.


The golden rule against kicking:


A good center line forces the other to take a longer route to attack the target, train your eyes to observe the opponent's knee, judge the line it is playing against and the target you are trying to kick, and quickly move out of the opponent's kick and counterattack or volley. To keep the opposing movement as much as possible but to deflect it from the target and then kick his support leg to break his balance; reduce the distance from the other side and move out of the range of the opponent's kick, and move to the outside of his attacking arm to strike back immediately and put the opponent in defensive position.


According to the laws of physics, one force has only one direction at a time. The longer an object moves in a definite direction, the longer it takes to change his movement. So this is because when you want the object to change in other directions, it moves in its original direction. When opponents use a kick against an upper limb attack, his feet have to go through a long line to attack you, distance equals time, so longer distances leave me more time to react, and the first step in dealing with a kick is to train your eyes or visual responses exactly, This way you can determine in time how your opponent will attack you and attack your body.


The traditional Wing Chun boxing teaches you to look at your opponent's elbow to determine the target of your upper limb attack, and to block the elbow with your palm, because the elbow movement indicates the movement of the entire upper limb. The upper limb cannot move with no elbow moving. The knee is as elbow for the arm as for the leg. The shortest line between two points, because distance equals time, you should keep good and deal with the most urgent threats. Straight-line attacks, that is, from the center line (the connection to your opponent's body center), you must resist the shortest line attack, and the positive defense is easy to implement, so the opponent must find a way to bypass your defense.


At any moment, whenever possible, you struggle to deflect its attack, hit it slightly off the original route, but don't stop it from attacking, if you stop the other person from kicking, the other side is in a state where you can launch another attack, and it's very important to keep your opponent's kicking leg moving and finding out as much as possible. Controlling the opponent's attacking side of the upper limb allows you to balance your opponent, which is hard to attack again.


If the opponent is hitting the target in the middle or middle of your body, you should use upper limb block; If the target is in the lower or lower part of your body, you should normally use your legs to block the ball. When you use a more popular block, it's easy to keep your body balanced and respond quickly. The traditional Wing Chun coaches often use a simple metaphor to describe the way they break a kick in martial arts: If a hammer is directed at the head of the nail and hit with enough force, the nail will be hammered into the plank, but if you learn to judge the direction of the hammer's fall and react quickly when the hammer begins to move, say, let the nail head deviate from the direction , and the whole nail was nailed into the plank.


Metaphor to describe the way they break a kick in martial arts: If a hammer is directed at the head of a nail and is beaten with sufficient force, the nails will be hammered into the plank, but if you learn to judge the direction of the hammer and react quickly when the hammer begins to move, say, let the nail head deviate from the direction, the nail is nailed to the plank.