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HWVT London Sunday Class: 7pm - 9pm
Wing Chun focuses on total body fitness and health Improves speed and power Better Reflexes Improves eye focusing

Wing Chun focuses on total body fitness and health

Like most martial arts, Wing Chun focuses on total body fitness and health. Strong Legs. Wing Chun training begins with conditioning your legs to be strong enough to execute Wing Chun techniques properly. ... Upper Body Strength. Wing Chun training focuses heavily on Punching. ... Flexibility. ... Fat Burning. ... Relaxation.

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Improves speed and power

Wing Chun is well known for its speed. And when you train correctly you learn to back up the speed with explosive power.

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Fight Stress & Find Serenity

Fitness, Better Coordination, Builds Internal Energy and Wellness, Relieves Stress, Better Reflexes, Improves eye focusing, Improves speed and power

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Better Reflexes

In Wing Chun we train both contact (chi sau) reflexes and visual reflexes. This training also improves our muscle memory. Which is when your body makes the right moves on it’s own. It’s almost like Spider-Man’s spider-sense.

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Improves eye focusing

When you’re not in contact range you have to rely on visual reflexes (your eyes) to keep you safe and a threat to your opponent.

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Level 1

1. Ready, Lok Ma
2. place first center and punch
3. On Guard Switch Draw
4. Up to three center punch
5. Front Kick, front kick moving…

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Ip Man ‘s grand disciple 
Master Keith S.K.Chan  ,  
2nd generation master of Ip Man lineage,

Genealogy of Ip Man lineage instructor as published on 1st edition…

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HWVT Classes

HWVT London Class:

Bang Bang oriental

 新東方城 三樓
399 Edgware Rd, London NW9 0FH

Studio one hall, 3rd floor,

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About HWVT

Hin Wah Ving Tsun (HWVT) is a traditional style of Martial Art passed on from  Ip Man, master to Bruce Lee. This system emphasises the importance of developing good, strong stances and is an essential foundation for fitness and health. It teaches the students good posture, body alignment and structure, deepens the stance root and strengthening and toning important muscle groups. By developing strength and endurance both physically and mentally, Ving Tsun will tone the body into a healthy, open conduit for CHI ENERGY, fortifying the immune system and strengthening the internal organs, therefore produces significant health benefits through a heightened natural resistance to sickness and quicker recovery from injuries.

Amongst the numerous other benefits include the following: stress reduction; inducing greater self-discipline; builds on self-confidence and mental focus; enhance body alignment; improve flexibility and better coordination of the body functions; self-empowerment and empowerment.In Ving Tsun, one of the first training is to calm the breathing. Mediation and breath training are two methods used to relax and have the health benefit of improving the capacity of oxygen absorption in the lungs, fortified chi flow, and achieving a calm and focused mind.In addition, it is a great self-defense exercise. For example, the Chi Sau Exercises (Sticky Hands) develop effective reflective reflexes using the principle of ‘economy of motion’ to intercept and block an attack as well as in the attacking mode. This can be used in both defending and attacking situations.Patient and diligent practice is required to progress to the point free state of awareness which is the ultimate goal of traditional Ving Tsun training resulting from many dedicated years of training where the mind and body, both mentally and physically, are brought into harmony with life.


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WRITTEN BY THE LATE GRANDMASTER IP MAN The text in Chinese was a rough draft written by the late Grandmaster Ip Man and was supposed to be the preface for the purpose of organizing the “Wing Tsun Tong Fellowship” once upon a time. However, the Wing Tsun Tong Fellowship had never been come in existence. […]

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