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Seminole Wing Chun is dedicated to preserving the art of Wing Chun as it was introduced to Florida in 1978.

These videos on proper Wing Chun postures are important for everyone in the group, but especially for the new members. This is the final video on postural elements. Rattan sensitivity in the forearm is the result of training Lok Ma, Kim Sut, Ting Yu, Jung Tao and Mai Jeong. When my teacher taught me Wing Chun in the 1970's, I took it upon myself to research the anatomical and physiological concepts underlying the principles of the art my teacher received from the excellent tutelage of Sifu Ben Der, who trained under Sifu Kenneth Chung. My interpretations may differ from their present day teachings. ...

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These videos on proper Wing Chun postures are important for everyone in the group, but especially for the new members. Mai Jeong is the concept of sinking and centering the elbows. Mai Jeong stresses the development of the carrying angle of the elbows to efficiently support and defect opposing force while still pursuing the centerline. When my teacher taught me Wing Chun in the 1970's, I took it upon myself to research the anatomical and physiological concepts underlying the principles of the art my teacher received from the excellent tutelage of Sifu Ben Der, who trained under Sifu Kenneth Chung. My interpretations may differ from their present day teachings. ...

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These videos on proper Wing Chun postures are important for everyone in the group, but especially for the new members. Jung dao is the concept of keeping the head up and shoulders down. Jung dao unifies the arms and the shoulders, while lowering the center of gravity at the same time. When my teacher taught me Wing Chun in the 1970's, I took it upon myself to research the anatomical and physiological concepts underlying the principles of the art my teacher received from the excellent tutelage of Sifu Ben Der, who trained under Sifu Kenneth Chung. My interpretations may differ from their present day teachings. ...

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This is the third part of the series on Wing Chun's elements of proper form. Ting Yu is the tucking under of the pelvis to secure the center of gravity and place load bearing responsibilities on the stance. When my teacher taught me Wing Chun in the 1970's, I took it upon myself to research the anatomical and physiological concepts underlying the principles of the art my teacher received from the excellent tutelage of Sifu Ben Der, who trained under Sifu Kenneth Chung. My interpretations may differ from their present day teachings. ...

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This video is the second in a series working up the Wing Chun posture. When my teacher taught me Wing Chun in the 1970's, I took it upon myself to research the anatomical and physiological concepts underlying the principles of the art my teacher received from the excellent tutelage of Sifu Ben Der, who trained under Sifu Kenneth Chung. My interpretations may differ from their present day teachings. This video explains the bone structure of "Kim Sut" the knee pressing concept of Wing Chun posture as we practice it in class. ...

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