I thought you guys would enjoy this video of Wing Chun techniques.
We use a lot of Wing Chun techniques in our training. Primarily soft hands techniques with some sticky hands. Soft hands are done with wrists that are almost limp and are like loose slapping only much more forceful - they are actually much more painful than closed fists or hard techniques when executed properly. Sticky hands allow you to maintain control over your opponent by reacting to their movements and moving in short circular movements to counter them while maintaining contact - this is how wing chun practitioners maintain control even when blindfolded against opponents. Speed is also crucial to proper technique.
We also use centreline to control and maintain balance and use tai sabaki to move or shift out of the line of attack. This movements are small and are designed to cause our opponent to lose their balance which can then be exploited. You will notice when watching the video that the movements are circular and are very tight to the body so that the arms and hands are always in a good defensive position. A lot of nerve strikes are employed as well - again if executed properly these are devastating. In additon, small joints locks and cranks are used as well.
This is a combat technique in that strikes are designed to injure or severely incapacitate your opponent. As you can see from the video it can be used to subdue opponents quickly and thus could also be used in MMA fights. Of course, some techniques would have to be modified in order to be legal.
Let me know what you think of the video.
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