Trained by the legendary grandmaster of Ving Tsun, Ip Man, friend and teacher of the celebrated martial arts superstar, Bruce Lee, Sifu Wong Shun Leung is considered by many to have been the ultimate fighter of his time. He tested and refined his skills in dozens of encounters on the streets and rooftops of Hong Kong during the 50s and 60s, emerging undefeated each and every time.
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The Importance of Form
By David PetersonIn the last decade or two, there has been a big shift away from the practice of forms in the martial arts, with many believing that such traditional methods have little or no bearing on modern training. In some ways, this shift in attitude could be considered a legacy of Bruce Lee and the Jeet Kune Do philosophy that he brought to modern martial arts.
Lee famously said that his view of much of what was practised in the traditional Chinese martial...
A Step (…or stance) in the Right Direction Pt2
by David Peterson
Under these conditions, the Cantonese term of Tui Ma (“Pushed Step”) makes perfect sense. The other possibility is when initial contact is not made and the attacker launches an attack from a distance. Should this take place, the defender has to judge when to move from the visual clues offered by the attacker, but the method of shifting the body remains exactly the same. Again, the stance is being pushed, but it is by the intention of the...
David Peterson, 57, has been training in the Chinese martial arts since 1973. He became a student of Sifu Wong Shun Leung after travelling to Hong Kong in 1983. He is a graduate of the University of Melbourne, where he majored in Chinese studies, and a former teacher of the Chinese language for over thirty years, having taught a...
by David Peterson
By and large, most people tend to believe that the Wing Chun drill known as ‘Chi Sau’ (“sticking hands”) is a reflex drill, the purpose of which is to hone the reactions and responses of practitioners of the system to the point where they can defend themselves even when blindfolded. This belief has been enhanced over the years through many demonstrations of what seems to be, ...
Another year has flown by in the history of 'WSL Ving Tsun Combat Science - Malaysia' and there are many milestones to be acknowledged and recorded...
Our senior instructor Sifu David Peterson was feature in Wing Chun Geeks last month,Scott from Wing Chun Geeks sits down with Sifu David Peterson c...