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87 thoughts on “5 Best Wing Chun Workouts And Training Exercises

  1. Are You Applying The 5 Best Wing Chun Workouts And Training Exercises?
    Share what insights and things you will apply from this video below.

  2. The chain punch on the punching bag really increases power a lot ive been doing it for quite some time and ive also noticed doing the explosive snap on the bag helps a lot too. Thanks for the work out video

  3. Love the background music. I really like the pad and striking drills too. In the past I think we did too much chi sau, in the past 6-9 months sifu and assistants are doing more pad drills, they seem more practical. Never tried the metal rings before, like using dumbells to build punch speed. Cool. The rings almost sound like Santa is coming.

    Also I like to work on the dummy and freestyle and shadow box/chun. Also the perfect pushup handles or even the neuro grip pushups handles from Dragondoor, power up your grip. Also gymnastics rings are cool for pull ups and more! If you want a solid pull up bar I bought one from, it is a thicker bar, textured, set it up on wall or ceiling, heavy duty. Great video again,

    I really want to get one of the Versus Bob dummies, they are pricey but out of stock most places.

  4. Love the videos! Could you please do an instruction video on the "rolling arms drill"? Not sure what the Chinese name for the drill is. Thanks

  5. I Wish i can learn bussiness directly from you.. Dan.. anyway, im watching your youtube mentoring everyday, its motivating me. Thanks alot

  6. Hey Dan, I've been out of training for many years now, saw you vid and I'm inspired to train at home again. I have a punching bag at home, can you do a vid on drills/excercises for all the basics again, man sau, pak sau, bong etc. Its funny to be chatting to you about kung fu, as I started following you on your wealth advice vids and then saw you into martial arts too! keep making good quality vids bro..

  7. i know this may sound a bit stupid, but in real sense it isnt. Could u recommend a quick defence technique that any person could use if they had been drinking beer. I have tried to perform these techniques such as the foot techniques while under influence of drink but unable to, (in my spair time). Would there be a technique that could be used in this instance, as i see none on the interent, most fights i have seen and been in have happen from pubs and such like, i would like to hear your opinion on this

  8. Excellent for old "tabitsu's" like me just to get more flexible even without thinking of a combative. Bicycling, softball batting, and other sports using the upper body. Tsieh–tsieh!

  9. Your videos are really helpful! I joined Jeet Kune Do Academy last week and I watch your videos to be step forward at the training. I'm gonna be best female fighter. Thank you and greetings from Poland 🙂

  10. back in the day, we did a lot of these old-school. That burn machine looks legit. We did it with weights (3oz dumbbells). Need a good (& affordable) school in NYC.

  11. Thank you Dan, I found this very helpful. Somehow I've been doing different styles of push ups for quite few years intuitively, as I wanted to build myself firm in overall. Now the best advice I picked up from you today is that last piece of equipment you've shown, that's absolutely great mechanism which can help to develop a lot of great aligned movements, even better that it trains the both arms simultaneously. I pay you my respect and wish you a great health and success in your life. I've already subscribed. You're such a smart man and full of energy. I'm just a Wing Chun student from Czech Republic, more known as a music producer. If you want some decent music for your channel (background music) contact me please on my email [email protected] and we will discuss it. It be free of charge, just to help you a bit as well. Power, peace, honour.

  12. What I really like, that your videos always do give something more and important key infos , which other people's videos don't.

  13. So glad I found your channel Dan. Your demos and tips are very clear , precise and thorough. Best I have ever seen. You inspire me to get off the couch and practice. Thank you so much!

  14. hi dan im a big fan of Bruce lee and like i said we are of the same mind I'm in Cali. if you in the Fontana let me know so we can meet over lunch.

  15. Enjoying the videos. I studied with a Grandmaster Lenchus of the Legend Karate, for a very short time; but the thing I learned from him was that there is a crazy difference between anyone on the street; and someone who's studied years and years; and then that someone whose dedication and ability actually reaches the masterful.

    What I see mostly, is that people throw up videos based on opinion. That's great… it's good to see what people think; but to take instruction from these videos – a very dangerous thing. I'm not a great martial artist or even a good one, I'd say… but I understand pursuing something until excellence. I try to watch only from the best of the best; but that can be incredibly difficult to do; because how do you rate someone's actual ability; when your own ability is so low? EVERYTHING pretty much looks good to the beginner.

    This is the problem that I have run into. The one thing I would heartily agree on, though, is that the style of martial art and even the techniques themselves, aren't near as important as the will to win, and the experience of any individual fighter.

    One thing martial arts cannot teach you… at least the watered down version of the martial arts we see in America, today, is how to fight well even when you get hit and knocked down, and you're tired, or you sprain something, or your head is ringing. No martial art; no matter how supposedly complete a system it might be, can teach one to be able to effectively meet EVERY eventuality. This is something that grows within you…. a kind of fluidity and a sense of what is ABOUT to happen; and this takes time.

    I'm studying with a Kali teacher at the moment. Some special forces guy. And I could say, compared to me and most people I've seen… he's amazing; but I still wouldn't know. However; something that I took from him was the idea of building ATTRIBUTES. This is different than learning a series of techniques… it is about growing KEY characteristics such as SPEED, POWER, REFLEXES (what Dan was talking about when he spoke in other videos about the idea of your neurology), FLUIDITY, BALANCE, FOOTWORK, UNDERSTANDING OF OPENINGS and HOW TO CAUSE A PERSON TO MORE READILY OPEN A CERTAIN AREA OF THEIR BODY, TIMING, SWITCHING UP RHYTHM… the list can go on and on; but as each of these increase, that supplement one another; and you as a fighter become better and better, faster and faster.

    Something that I really admired about Bruce Lee, is that he would test himself against someone and then come away with an idea of how to improve himself. One of his key attributes was incredible honesty with regard to where he actually was. So many of us, OVER ESTIMATE our abilities; because we haven't actually been tested by many different people. It's all well and good to say, 'Ok, throw a punch with your left hand; and I'm going to do this; and that, and then this next thing' – But to be able to EXECUTE when someone is really out to punch your lights out, or take your wallet, or pulls a gun on you, or a couple of kids smack you over the head with a skateboard, or someone smashes a bottle and goes to slit your throat… THESE are REAL EXPERIENCES; and it's very difficult to train for them. They arise and are over in a matter of seconds. All that conditioning that you did for months and years on end, does you NO GOOD if you can't ADAPT TO ANY GIVEN SITUATION – This being one of the many reasons why Bruce Lee was against being locked into any ONE style or even a set of them.

    When I was a kid, I didn't know how to fight. But there was this tall, fat kid that would pick on me at the bus stop. He was in my same class; and one day, at recess, I had had enough. I crouched down behind one of the openings to low lying chain link fence, and when I saw him turn his head away from me, I sprinted forward, sprang up, and grabbed his head, just under the chin, in a fierce bear hug, throwing all of my weight to the ground as hard as I could.

    We both got hurt; but he never bothered me again after that. Nobody taught me how to do that. Don't know if it even qualifies as martial arts; but you better believe it was EFFECTIVE.

    Bruce Lee didn't care about what LOOKED GOOD. He cared about what was EFFECTIVE; and I believe he would have slapped me on the back and said something like, "Good going!", had he seen my strange attack.

    I would suggest that before people get carried away with the power and elegance of martial arts; that they get into a few real fights, first. Barring that, take boxing lessons and get punched in the head, in the stomach, in the kidneys, get knocked out, get a bloody nose, and ringing in the head. This will better prepare you for being able to discern what is 'Flash and Trash' – a saying that Grandmaster Lenchus was fond of saying – and what is TRULY effective.

    Thanks for your videos, Dan. I came to them via two of your Ted Talks on success. Please take what I have to say in the spirit it was intended… to warn people that Youtube videos are not near enough training to make you a good fighter. And that MOST times, those training videos actually teach you things that could get you severely hurt.

    I believe that is not your intention, Dan; and that you take great care in producing these videos in such a way that people realize that, though, informative, if they REALLY want to become good at the martial arts; they will most likely have to go through extended training under a master.

    Be well.

  16. I recently stumbled across your channel and want to say thank you so much. I've always been a fan of martial arts especially Wing Chung since I was a kid but never was able to find a local area that taught it. I still haven't found a school yet but your videos are VERY helpful. Can you recommended any books to read also, as you stated "You have to fully learn everything to know what you're feeling" thank you so much again

  17. Very nice. But dont punch with your pinky nuckle regardless of what style or system. " A punch is a punch" – Bruce Lee

  18. Sifu you are super strong 💪🏻 today you become my fav. Martial artist… you train really hard can see it clearly.. love the burn machine!

  19. First of all good day to you sir Dan, lets get down to it.. well i was searching for an answer on youtube but nobody seem to give me the right answer, so ended up at your video for some reason so i told myself why not ask you right a way about it. I was searching for some balance recovery and improvement methods… years ago i had to learn to walk again cuz of some medical thing about a hip but im fine now, since a was laying down a lot my balance is now soo easly lost and before nobody could move me from my standing point … is there a drill or something that can rocover that and make me help to get a strong base again ? that would really help me a lot.. Best wishes for your wife, you and your family !

  20. No offense but this is poor punching, wing chun as you know follows the straight line of focus, and NEVER NEVER fully extends the arm. The arm must remain bent you are not throwing a full punch. But the rest of it was entertaining to watch.

  21. Great video! Very intriguing, I am so very tempted to add the rings and or the burn machine to the home gym.


  23. I'm a huge Bruce Lee fan and a huge fan of yip man and I love watching your videos you move really awesome and I will try to look into some of those Wing Chun equipment

  24. What is the name of the last tool you are using? I just started with Wing Chun and it seems to be changing me, the people in the school are also different, it's nice

  25. How much time a day would you recommend to practice? I take 3 hours of Wing Chun lessons every week but I have a tight schedule (job and family basically). Thanks a lot!

  26. What is it Dan that gives you the ability to penetrate along with these motions?
    Anybody can become a carbon copy of a motion. What gives the motion power? Any person can punch or kick. What is the ammunition?

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