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WTK Self-Defense Form Part 1 Applications 1-3
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Be Safe, Be Aware: WTK Women's Self-Defense
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WTK Random Flow Drill
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WTK Flows 1 and 2
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Atillo Balintawak Spar 1
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Atillo Method 1-1 Drill
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Atillo Method 1-1
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Atillo Balintawak at Wing Tsun Kwoon
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05 - WTK Outdoor Reactions Man Sau Module
Our WTK members have access to our private WTK Curriculum site where they can view our curriculum, forms, drills and modules. Our WTK modules are organized to allow for graduated learning of fundamentals, building upon each module to advanced sensitivity. Your first goal is to demonstrate the form of each reaction in the module. Practice the form alone prior to working cooperatively to ensure an understanding of the structure and balance that is necessary. Cooperative form is the next goal, but always keeping your structure intact. Solo as well as cooperative repetition will result in greater sensitivity.
05 – WTK Outdoor Reactions Man Sau Module Objectives:
1. Learn to punch and circle step with balance and stability.
2. Learn to yield to a greater incoming force down the centerline.
3. Drill reactions from a bridged then unbridged attack.
WTK Class Drills
A video montage of WTK class drills.
WTK Beginner Level Reaction Drills
We have created several WTK Beginner Level Reaction Drills in order to help our students develop their sensitivity to the different forces they will encounter during a fight. The Reaction Drills begin with the Lap Sau cycle. In this particular video, the Attacker’s punch is not moving towards the center. Instead, the punch is moving towards the Defender’s shoulder. The Defender feels this force and the Attacker’s punch creates the Defender’s Tan Sau movement. In addition, the Defender’s Wu Sau thrusts forward since the way is free. Finally, the Defender follows through with a Pak Da.
WTK Test Day
On 16 Jan 2014, we had our first batch of members to test for Beginner Levels 1 and 2.
WTK Beginner Level Sensitivity Drill Part 2
Send it away as it goes, if the way is free strike. Continuing our basic sensitivity drill, SiFu Ray Jurado performs the “blocks” while stepping backwards. The Beginner Level Student (Barry) yields to the opposing force, then steps forward and attacks along the centerline when the way is free. Our basic chasing drill develops the sensitivity to move forward when the way is free and the coordination of the upper and lower body to attack with balance and stability.
WTK Beginner Level Sensitivity Drill Part 1
Stay with what comes. It is important to develop sensitivity early in Wing Tsun training. In this video, SiFu Ray Jurado is “blocking” the Beginner Student’s (Barry Au – training with us for 5 consecutive weeks) centerline punches with different types of force. Our basic “block” drill helps a Beginner Level Student to develop the sensitivity to yield to the opposing force and automatically attack along the centerline where appropriate.
Wing Tsun Kwoon Stance Rooting
Impromptu video of Allan showing the Wing Tsun stance rooting drill.