Beginning Wing Tsun Techniques : Wing Tsun Uniform

Beginning Wing Tsun Techniques : Wing Tsun Uniform


We?re going to talk a little bit about the
uniform used in Wing Chung or, Chinese marshal arts. Wing Chung is a southern style, which
is why there are no arms on the uniform, so the hands are exposed for hand techniques.
The lacing that you see here, this was invented before buttons. All these laces go in and,
out and, there are no buttons to pull the uniform together. The pants are loose fitting
and, easy to move. In Chinese kungfu most of the time you see people wearing, kungfu
shoes. The reason being you do a lot of stop kicks, a lot of stomping in your stance. It’s
a little bit different than some other marshal arts where there’s a lot of kicking against
pads. In Wing Chung there’s a lot of forms, there’s a lot of shifting in the stance. Lot
of using your feet against stop kicks, is kicking the person, stopping the kick, stop
kicking the person. So, we want to be able to apply all the techniques. So, what were
wearing, makes it very comfortable to use those techniques in Wing Chung. This is the
sash, the seafood sash on it. It says, Wing Chung Kungfu seafood tei and, this is the
patch that’s unique to our school. California Academy of Marshal Arts, Burbank, California
Wing Chung Kungfu. You can check out more about myself in the school at kungfuwingchung.com.

7 Replies to “Beginning Wing Tsun Techniques : Wing Tsun Uniform”

  1. I think that Wing Chun is a beautiful art. All martial arts should be revered and respected and treated with caution. That "white sifu" earned his title, why should the color of his skin determine how well he can teach you??

  2. WHY NOT TRAIN IN STREET CLOTHES WHEN THEY TRAINED IN THEIR STREET CLOTHES AT THE TIME……SO EHY NOT DO IT THE SAME WAY. IF YOU TRAIN IN AN OFFICE YOU ARE NOT GOING TO HAVE TIME @ LUNCH TO CHANGE YOUR CLOTHES FROM A SUIT OR A PAIR OF COVERALLS TO JEANS AND TEE SHIRT

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