Grandmaster William Cheung Pressure Point Striking Seminar Day 1

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    Grandmaster William Cheung demonstrates how to use the Traditional Wing Chun Kung Fu techniques and principles to position oneself to the blind side, deflecting the opponents force and taking control of the opponents elbow and in turn his balance are key elements to success in fighting the Wing Chun Way. In doing so you are trapping or pinning the opponents weight either on the front foot or the back foot to make the opponent vulnerable to a strike to his or her pressure points. Once the opponent is in a compromised position they are at their most vulnerable to an accurate strike from the Pheonix knuckle. Grandmaster William Cheung and I shot this video back in 2010. Hope you enjoy it! Sifu Dom Békés

Michael Fleming +114
Michael Fleming

While I lived in Japan in the late 70s into the mid-80s, Master Cheung was my instructor for several weeks while I was in the Navy. He used me as an "example" on a couple of occasions to demonstrate a kick to the shoulder then to the head. He was lightening fast; I was about 19 or 20 years old then and I was amazed at his speed! He was a very patient instructor to us Kung Fu neophytes.

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Delroy Markland
Delroy Markland

Why was he in Japan?

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K
K

Lucky Bastage Lol Thanks For Your Service Brother

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White Crane +1
White Crane

@Pierre L Great information here, thanks a lot good Sir. Me myself, because I’m getting into my 40’s now i needed to do something about being 30 pounds overweight and was having some heart complications due to it and diet and maybe sleep and I got a lot of inspiration from Jean Claude Van Damme so like you described, I began stretching more (which also burns a few more calories and is somewhat relaxing)now after my stair steppers. If you don’t mind can you stretch too much in a session and for too many days together? I know if my hamstrings are sore it’s a little more difficult to stretch them and kinda feels like I’m creating too much damaged so I feel like I rest every so now and then. But yeah so far I’ve been doing very well. I have managed to drop 10 pounds already in a couple weeks by using cayenne pepper to boost metabolism, I put it in my home made almond milk with strawberries everyday.

6 месяцев назад
Victor Tang
Victor Tang

@Pierre L is it PL59? It bounced back. Thanks.

7 месяцев назад
Pierre L +1
Pierre L

@Victor Tang ​ @Ekot MA You must know what you want. If you want to be the best of the best or if you just want to say to your friends that you are a kickboxer and that you go to a gym. If you want to be the best, you need to be an athlete. As an athlete, you can achieve things easier. Remember this, you have to be strong, must have great stamina, must be fast, and must have a strong mind and determination. When you will punch the heavy bag you will use 5 lbs weights on each wrist and both ankles for kicking. You also jog and run daily 5-10 miles. You do stretching daily to be flexible. You must spar a minimum of 3 times per week but the better is 5 times. You do daily 1000 situps at the fastest pace possible nonstop. If you cannot do that you do as many as you can, take a break, and continue in 5 or 10 minutes until you do it nonstop. Those weights on wrists and ankles use after you get some muscles and experience. Train with weights and do upper body exercises with dumbbells and large barbell with 12-20 reps and use such weight that after 20 reps you are not able to do anymore, if you do more you can add more weight. Also, work out your legs and also fast 20 reps. Train punching technique as boxers do. When you punch straight to cross the punch comes from your arm, shoulder and hip, and leg. That is the technique and that is a killer punch. Never hit the object so your arm is completely straight and locked in your elbow. Punch is the best when it is delivered when your elbow is slightly bent when hitting the target, that way you won't hurt your elbow. When you hit any object or anybody you hit it or him like you want to punch a thing behind him that means as you go through him, that way you will not keep your arm locked when hitting a target. Workout your wrists as well and use always straps around your wrists and palms and then put gloves on. Use best bag gloves for bag and best 16 oz gloves for sparring. Do it fast with explosive power because you need it for hitting. Do not lift extra heavy weights in slow motion because that will slow your hitting speed. Ok therefore you must: 1. Jog 5-10 miles and do it as fast as you can, it will help you the most in the ring when you fight. If you have low stamina you will lose every fight. Not enough oxygen will slow you down, make you tired and you will lose. 2. Sparing 3-5 times per week 5-10 rounds 3 minutes minimum each. 3. situps 1000 x nonstop. 4. power punching with weights after sparing into a heavy bag. Using 5lbs weights around wrists and ankles. Be very careful and precise. Use weights after you get the good technique in kicking and boxing. 5. Lots of stretching before a workout and after a workout. Workout in the gym concerning sparing, situps, and stretching should take between 2-3 hours. Then you have running and jogging and weight training. Always stretch after weight training. You must find or join some boxing gym to get a sparring partner, that is a must. Many sparing partners are better. Remember one thing, if you will work out without a fire in your heart then it will show later in your fight when you step into the ring. We have a saying - The hard workouts give you easy competitions. Therefore when you spar punch as hard as you can because if you punch lightly, it will become your habit, and when you step into a ring you will get it. Watch Mike Tyson, he did not get that power by fooling around, no, he worked out like an animal as his life depended on it, and believe me, it does. Wishing you success. pl59@gmail.com

7 месяцев назад
Pierre L +3
Pierre L

I used to do Kung-Fu in Canada and when we went to spar I accidentally hit my opponent but very lightly and he was screaming like a woman. After this, I told my coach that this is for women and not for men because in a real fight you will always get hit and if you cannot handle the pain then go and become a chef or something else but stay away from fighting. Everybody can kick and punch the bag, it does not hit back. I went next door to join the full contact karate or kickboxing and that was exactly what I needed. Getting hit and getting used to the pain. Every day sparing, jogging, running 10 miles, and workout with barbells. Instead of training 3 times per week as my colleagues, I worked out 7 days. I had the hardest punch and kick the machine ever recorded. Then the stupid Canadian government put a ban on kickboxing so I got pissed off and quit. I told my coach that I am not gonna work out if I cannot compete. So I left. I was sparing Lennox Lewis a few times and must say that he was a very nice person and I am glad that he became a world champion. I want to mention one incident when I was kickboxing. I was training with my colleagues when one guy came. He was a black belt in Kung-Fu and he was well recognized all over Canada because he won so many tournaments. He was working out next door where I used to be before I quit there and came to the kickboxing gym. His name was Tony Da....ta. When he came, he asked my trainer if he can join kickboxers and work out with us. My trainer told him that he can stay there and watch us for the first time and if he still wants to become a kickboxer after that, he can join. After 2 or 3 hours when our workout and sparing was over, my trainer asked Tony if he still wants to be a kickboxer. Tony said NO, I think that this is not for me. When Tony saw the sparing and blood dripping from the guy's noses and gashed eyebrows split open, he did not want to end up like that. So he went back to Kung-Fu, kicking into the air and doing semi-contact that way he could not get hurt. Full contact is not for everyone. From the beginning, I felt it too. Every hard hit was painful but after some time it becomes less and less painful and then you hardly feel it. You just have to go and box in the ring, there is no other way. What this Master is showing is okay for someone who walks on the street and some drunk idiot jumps on you who is not trained in anything and he is not strong either. Just imagine this Master in the ring trying to do some pressure point technique with Mike Tyson in his top career. He could not deflect Mike's punches because it would be like a tank going through a fence. When he shows you his technique here on the other guy, they do it in slow motion using no power but in real life, it is never like that. Just look at UFC from the '90s. Guys with black belts in Karate and who know what fighting each other. When they came in the ring none of them showed any technique in any karate, or Kung-Fu, they just jumped at each other like crazy animals trying to destroy one another, no technique at all. Until Royce Gracie came. He was the lightest fighter of them all, only 176 lbs and he destroyed everyone using Jiu-Jitsu that he and his father created in Brazil. That was the first and probably even last fighter who truly used technique and won every time. The amazing guy he really was.

7 месяцев назад
younes +41
younes

He's so compassionate with his instructions and full of a calm fierce in his demonstration. Love his teachings. Thank your!

3 года назад
Patrick Duncan +22
Patrick Duncan

What a wonderful experience this is to watch and learn from. Mr Cheung shows wisdom of the art he teaches and the patience to instruct skillful and productive moves at a pace that is easy to follow. Grandmaster William Cheung is marvelous to watch and learn from. Very respectful person. Love to meet him in person.

3 года назад
Wesley Tyler +1
Wesley Tyler

KEEPING IT REAL SIMPLE AND TO THE POINT . EXCELLENT TEACHER / TRAINER . PAY ATTENTION AND LEARN , APPLY AND PRACTICE REGULARLY UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE . YOU'LL THANK YOURSELF LATER .

10 месяцев назад
MaviHulett +7
MaviHulett

I wish my granddaughter had a teacher like him! Fantastic demostration!! ❤

2 года назад
Andrzej Kaminski +16
Andrzej Kaminski

Master Chung. I am very impressed with your techniques and philosophy. I love the way you combined the philosophy of different martial arts and acupressure points taking advantage of strand of your opponent and using it against him. Once many months ago I was involved in judo.In judo one would Use the strand of the opponent and step away to throw him out of balance. That’s sports involving the weight category are a big shooters. Stronger opponents overpower you were the superior’s physical strength and preventing you from using the proper grips and proper techniques. So often not the better wins wins but the stronger one. I like much better your philosophy and your techniques which make much more sense to me. I admire your philosophy in the way of your teaching . I am honored to be able to see your lessons.Sincerly Andrzej Kaminski.

2 года назад
Patrick Fallon +28
Patrick Fallon

Magnificent teacher and communicator. Every facet of communication is exceptional. Truly a gift to learn from this man.

3 года назад
Jimmy K
Jimmy K

I dont think so. His students havent even mastered the basics yet, but he's already teaching them too much. More looks like a demo than a real class. Real class usually really boring where the students keep repeating 1 or 2 moves and get it right for hours before they can be allowed to move to the next 'boring' thing, next month.

2 года назад
Gyspy Rose +10
Gyspy Rose

This was an excellent demonstration. Thanks 🙏🏻

2 года назад
Mohammed Mir +6
Mohammed Mir

What a humble grandmaster. Excellent lesson.

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in God we trust, gacha tuber +13
in God we trust, gacha tuber

The Master is the clearest in conveying the techniques- very clear and straightforward.

2 года назад
ET Himself +30
ET Himself

What a cool teacher, I am somewhat amazed at his smooth calm teaching

2 года назад
Sifu Dominique Emond +7
Sifu Dominique Emond

Excellent stuff, thanks for posting this...it is always awesome seeing Grandmaster William Cheung in action. :)

3 года назад
Anthony Quintiliani +3
Anthony Quintiliani

What a good teacher. Well clarified conveyance of conceptual principles. Balance, relative positioning, leverage and fluidity of striking!!!

2 года назад
Silva MG +1
Silva MG

Muito legal, meu professor de karatê falou isso também a teoria da linha central, desde do início da testa a cada um palmo de distância é um ponto de pressão 👌👌👍👍.

2 года назад
Buck Ragland +20
Buck Ragland

What an incredible honor it would be to be a student of this grand master. His ability to explain & demonstrate is so understandable and he makes it look so easy, however I know to build muscle memory reflex it must be practiced over and over again for years. I would absolutely love to see HIS practice kata, I'll bet it's absolutely amazing ! Wow, I would crawl on my hands and knees over broken bottles for a year of his mentoring !! What a guy !!!

2 года назад
Tony Peter
Tony Peter

Wonderful lesson, Sifu. Thanks 🙏

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Anthony +1
Anthony

Thanks, great master William for sharing these specific strikes.

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O Harms
O Harms

Love this so simple and affective straight to the point

2 года назад
Simp Simpson +1
Simp Simpson

outstanding lesson.. very clear and well filmed.. thankyou for posting

4 года назад
Joey Gil +2
Joey Gil

Thanks for sharing. Good lessons / take aways. I especially find the angulation on the lap sau to be a great point. It may be outside of the pressure point context, but on the first technique, it would seem to me the first deflection (woang pak?) could be done with a finger jab (biu jee) using the non-deflecting hand prior to the pull.

2 года назад
channel
channel

I assume you're talking about around 9:04? Yes I agree, the finger jab counter over a jab or cross would be more effective in a pressure test situation than the more complex pattern shown. When sparring I routinely do a direct counter, so even if I miss the pak sao, I deflect the jab with the inner side of my elbow and can usually make head contact with my hand.

11 месяцев назад
Frank Mesa
Frank Mesa

Very good seminar and clearly done. Thank you Master for sharing

2 года назад
Nitin k Maisuriya +1
Nitin k Maisuriya

🙏 respected sir thanks for this lesson it is very good to know few steps✊

2 года назад
Obong Henry +16
Obong Henry

Perfect, have been on YouTube but have never seen such a good teacher

3 года назад
Doug Reed
Doug Reed

What a patient trainer Mr Cheung is, I'm not really young myself any more and appreciate how age has provided such wisdom and he explains with simplicity simple truths of self defense. He probably is a great source of many learned things over his years he is probably a good listener as well. His ability to observe and gently teach the technics and corrections of the discipline required to utilize these great self defense strategies that seem with some training the average violent encounter doesn't have to be a fearful experience to the average person. Thank You Mr Cheung also a kind gentlemen I can see he must have a loving wonderful family who loves him very much.

2 года назад
srortegaa +1
srortegaa

I love his teaching style and the way he explains things. Thank you Sir. : )

2 года назад
Nelson Santiago +1
Nelson Santiago

Master Cheung ,, I been a student of Martial Arts since I was 12 yrs old .I have studied : Japane GojuKai...loong pai....Hung gar and various other styles...I enjoy watching you teach and even with many yrs of learning I am still a student and always learn from day to day..there's no end to this wonderful way of life and I have been teaching my wife and kids for 25 yrs . God bless you for your work and keeping The ways of the Arts alive..

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Randy Cable +17
Randy Cable

I noticed the Grandmaster's peace and serenity in his eyes. Can you observe his peaceful aura ? Indeed the ideal Grandmaster !

2 года назад
Adrian Vega +1
Adrian Vega

It is very nice to see an instructor who don't try show his skills punching the students. And also, explaining the reason why you need to hit a particular spot on the body. He is so calm and so kind to explain movements. I know nothing about martial arts techniques, but today I feel I learnt something new. I think the persons who learnt from him were really lucky.

3 месяца назад
Omar Hamo +3
Omar Hamo

I am 58, feeling good about being able to defend my self. Thank you, Master Cheung

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Miguel Magalhães +3
Miguel Magalhães

Amazing teacher, amazing human being. Thanks for sharing.

4 года назад
Google Mall +5
Google Mall

"The vibration tells me he's going to kick so I can stop it" he's amazing 🙏🏾

2 года назад
Scott Summers +3
Scott Summers

GM Sifu Cheung one of the last remaining true martial artists of our time provides a timeless and enlightening lecture with great humbleness...!!!

2 года назад
Laurence Lance +4
Laurence Lance

What a privilege to even watch, and what an opportunity it must have been to be there. Thank you.

2 года назад
Brian Matsumoto +11
Brian Matsumoto

What a happy and delightful video to watch; his insight and willingness to teach in a manner that is life-affirming is an example rather than a warning of how to "be." Many practitioners are no nonsense and sometimes difficult to watch despite their competency; it's Sifu William Cheung's teaching style, perspective and wisdom that made watching his seminar worth exploring. Thank you for sharing Sifu Cheung!

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Albert Bradley +1
Albert Bradley

Need more lesson need more help on them thank you!

9 месяцев назад
Albert Bradley +2
Albert Bradley

@mike robinson a

9 месяцев назад
mike robinson +1
mike robinson

I agree , second time I watch

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Mariel S +71
Mariel S

Besides being so good he radiates positive energy. I Love Martial arts.

3 года назад
Frank Ayala
Frank Ayala

Wushu is by far my favorite

10 месяцев назад
Daniel +1
Daniel

@clayton lakey you should add bjj, wrestling, and muay thai to your aikido... and then forget your aikido.

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Bruh Moment +2
Bruh Moment

Yes. He gives off a very welcoming and humble vibe

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TheBlueskyson
TheBlueskyson

@clayton lakey gr8 combo i'd say

2 года назад
clayton lakey +2
clayton lakey

I am doing aikido and I'm just looking for something that would also help my aikido is wing Chun good with that would you know

2 года назад
sRm +4
sRm

Passing this guy in a crowd or talking to him, you'd never think it because he appears to be very gentle - but he's actually a dangerous guy. His fighting skill is the result of a lifetime of dedication, discipline and devotion to the art. Impressive!

2 года назад
Jonny G
Jonny G

Kung fu, taichi and other chinese "martial arts" only sound good and look good entertainment wise but applying it to a real hand to hand combat these masters would get exposed by a typical mma fighter.

2 года назад
Jake M. +2
Jake M.

The combos you can come up with after that one simple move the first 10 minutes covers is outrageous. Specially if you really know what you're doing when it comes to facing a confrontational situation. Size doesn't matter and pretty much loses all its value at that point. You can make them turn circles if you wanted them to. Seriously, you could really inflict some serious harm on your opponent by just simply using that one fluent motion to start your attack.

5 месяцев назад
Robert C
Robert C

Very humble man who loves and has a deep passion of life and the art my respects to him

9 месяцев назад
A. Newman +1
A. Newman

He is not the only one who teaches the blindside. I have been learning the blindside/body change from Sensei James Coffman for the last 30 years. The Matsumura style teaches that also. I am sure there are other styles that teach that too.

2 года назад
Thomas DiSalvio +7
Thomas DiSalvio

That was a brilliant demonstration of control, deflection, and use of a side step to the 45 degree to control your opponent. Thank you.

2 года назад
C Boakye +1
C Boakye

Boxers use this same technique. Vasyl Lomachenko and mike Tyson are masters of this.

2 года назад
Travis Sk
Travis Sk

These people are soo blessed together this experience. Thanks for the share. Love the content!

2 года назад
Donna sloane +13
Donna sloane

Great teacher...Thank you for slowing down and breaking it down. Explanation so helpful.

2 года назад
Ma'Grass +2
Ma'Grass

Makes you want to learn martial arts properly. Great master!

2 года назад
Crystal Jamerson +3
Crystal Jamerson

I love this video on training, nothing but respect for you teacher.

4 года назад
MythicRampage +2
MythicRampage

Thank you Grandmaster Cheung , please make more videos!

4 года назад
Sue
Sue

Thank you Grandmaster Cheung for making and sharing this video.

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DJ PACMAN +3
DJ PACMAN

What an Honor to witness SIFU teaching on youtube . I can't imagine training with him in real life.

2 года назад
Big Fitzg +2
Big Fitzg

I humbly thank you for this little piece of martial art. By posting this you give us guys on the outside the opportunity to see what's it is all about. Grand Master Cheung a living legend right in front of us a Mahalo.

4 года назад
Luna Melody
Luna Melody

I wish I could see the leg movement. But overall it was very good 😊 amazing teacher

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Nicholas Napier +3
Nicholas Napier

Thank you for the info just a great honor to see someone teaches the truth

3 года назад
Endtimes Traveller
Endtimes Traveller

What a lovely man. Really patient, good explanations.

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Bruce Marmy +6
Bruce Marmy

This is beautiful. I will review this often. It keeps the peace, without unnecessary violence.

3 года назад
A V
A V

@Marky Mark ok tough guy

2 года назад
Graham Debling +3
Graham Debling

Love him to bits, what a great guy. You feel so much safer after watching him !

4 года назад
kinjo695 +1
kinjo695

You are going to get hurt if you think this will protect you. It's not so much the techniques but the lack of conditioning to real intent, force, pressure and timing. Good teacher or not he would most likely lose badly in a fight against a drunken street thug with no training. Sorry everyone but this is reality. The ONLY way to become good at fighting is by fighting....

3 года назад
golden jaguar
golden jaguar

Learned so much. thank you for your immense generosity ! +

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Geoffrey Swan +2
Geoffrey Swan

What are a brilliant teacher so patient and knowledgeable A true grand master

2 года назад
Maii Waleed
Maii Waleed

wow! how lucky are we all to be in this age getting this good quality education.. 5 years later! so grateful for this video

3 месяца назад
Darrell Syrnyk
Darrell Syrnyk

Good teaching. Much respect to teacher /Master

2 года назад
Sajid Rehman
Sajid Rehman

Thank you, explained really good, appreciate

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Amrit Singh
Amrit Singh

My best regards and humble admiration, respect to you Grandmaster William Cheung. Greatly appreciate for sharing your Wing Chung Pressure Points martial arts moves. It's a practice to bring each individual harmony in there body, mind and spirit, it should only be used having the full consciousness state of mind and only using it as the last resort of self defense. Please continue sharing more of your videos, and or please let me know if you have school in New York City? My best regards Jorge Campuzano

9 месяцев назад
Pfefferkuchenmann +123
Pfefferkuchenmann

Thank you very much for this video. To be serious, I have seen a lot of so called martial artists just showing off, especially here on YouTube. But this is different. What I like about it, is first of it all, the very kind and calm way of Master Cheungs teaching. Second thing is, what is shown here, really works. Does it make you invincible? Of course not. Can it makes you a better fighter? It depends on you and if you can adapt the principles shown in here. Best benefit is, a Man like Master Cheun can teach you to be a better human. Less rude, more kind. Even when I´m an elder Judo and Japanese Jiu-Jiutsu guy, I apreciate this lessons and try to evolve personally, by learning as much as I can. Blesses.

4 года назад
T9ÑITA CORDERO
T9ÑITA CORDERO

@Andre Cummings Amen brother, I enjoyed reading tour comment. "Jesus found my pressure point" Blessed! Amen!

2 года назад
TheBlueskyson +1
TheBlueskyson

I heard of Cummings when i was in chicago training with the Chicago P.D. That's a long way from his hood, but they knew about him there. They said he was the baddest and meanest, but had a heart of gold. True story. ty

2 года назад
Check and Balance +1
Check and Balance

No it doesn’t work. It amazes me that people do t see that it’s choreographed.. good luck trying this shit against a good MMA style fighter. You’d be on your back in 5 seconds. And good luck stopping a boxers lightening fast puncheswith those sweeping blocks !!

2 года назад
Andre Cummings +1
Andre Cummings

kommisar , first of all you watch too much internet young man on worldstarhiphop amateurs fighting swinging wildly wearing themselves out. If you hold your block down the right way nobody has the guts to call the cops. As far as my story you don’t have to believe me. But there is a part of my story you better believe and Obey that’s Jesus Christ . You need to OBEY ACTS 2:38 and watch/follow pastor Gino Jennings . As far as that grain of salt , put it on your food.

2 года назад
Mary Mary +1
Mary Mary

I enjoyed watching this a lot, the master is so good at demonstrating

11 месяцев назад
Boon Sucka
Boon Sucka

With your permission....of course, I'd like to demonstrate how a man should treat a Queen 👸🏻

11 месяцев назад
Jan Antoni +13
Jan Antoni

This master is easy to follow. No nonsense approach.. Simply the best.

2 года назад
kinjo695 +1
kinjo695

No nonsense, nonsense.... Seems legit

2 года назад
BLOODCUTTERS CREW MUSIC AND GANGSTER RAPPING +1
BLOODCUTTERS CREW MUSIC AND GANGSTER RAPPING

Good teaching he makes sure you understand everything very clear lots of tips grate knollege

3 года назад
Bryan Thomas (III) +46
Bryan Thomas (III)

your kindness and TRUE self projected energies radiate even thru a video! Just awesomeness! enjoy everything always all! Amazing

2 года назад
Bryan Thomas (III)
Bryan Thomas (III)

@Tommy Alley awesomeness! enjoy everything all! thx

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Bryan Thomas (III)
Bryan Thomas (III)

@Kasquaskannaché Hukapapánski yes daily !

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Bryan Thomas (III) +1
Bryan Thomas (III)

@keith schultz Yes fighting for money and using the arts as a way of life are truly different. One is to introduce F.E.A.R and the other is to live without it. 8 directions of the Way. Their is only one Way. thx enjoy

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keith schultz +1
keith schultz

And there is the difference in a true martial artist and most MMA thugs, no disrespect just dropping some truth.

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Tommy Alley +1
Tommy Alley

Great. Hrlelp

2 года назад
Ticked Off Sheikh
Ticked Off Sheikh

Myself and brother during our teenage years in the 90s used to get IKF magazines and would read all grandmaster Cheung's articles and then imagine him being our teacher.. I was madly in love with traditional Wing Chun. Grandmaster Cheung remain steadfast and loyal to his sifu Yip Man's teachings. Bruce Lee had different views so much so that he thought traditional Wing Chun wasn't enough for him(and the rest is history may his soul rest in peace)! But for me I would stick to TWC as grandmaster Cheung. It's an honour to see Grandmaster Cheung in video. Besides his martial arts skills he has an admirable handwriting ability. Today thanks to YouTube 👌 that we could watch him... Would love to meet him in person someday. Much love and respect to him.

2 года назад
Joseph Wesley +1
Joseph Wesley

Excellent explanation!

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Oscar Lechuga +2
Oscar Lechuga

EXCELLENT, but very short seminar. I don't know how old this fine gentleman is when he says "I'm too old for ...", but he comes across as being old is the very least of his worries, ... he demonstrates his proven tactic(s) of a grandmaster/warrior in "re-directing the attacking force". Thank you Sir, for your lifetime achievement(s) in self-defense, and moreso, for your time and hard work in teaching your style to students. Oscar

3 года назад
Jack Cracker
Jack Cracker

Well said Oscar 🙏

3 года назад
Saybatoof NAPZ
Saybatoof NAPZ

Much wisdom with a focused discipline... #ThoroRespect for Grandmaster Cheung

2 года назад
Tamerlan Kuzgov +1
Tamerlan Kuzgov

I am not wing chun or jkd follower but i know that william cheung is a one of the last ambassadors of kungfu in the world. People should respect him very much.

2 года назад
Rommel Henson
Rommel Henson

Thank you sir Nice to watch and learn.

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Harry +11
Harry

Much love and Respect to Grandmaster Cheung , a true Gentleman.

2 года назад
Gregory Regan +1
Gregory Regan

...I like this very much, thank you for sharing...I like GM Cheung's teaching style and presentation, there is so much information in this short video :-)

3 года назад
marc demell +2
marc demell

I instinctively used some of these moves in a fight when I was a youngster,I am surprised that I knew some of this stuff without much training at all.Having 8 older brothers prepared me I guess.

2 года назад
D
D

Thank you for this seminar!!

10 месяцев назад
Zanshin
Zanshin

A true confident grandmaster Cheung who is able to show the effective techniques without having to cause pain or discomfort to the person having the techniques applied on. Too many instructors full of ego causing fear pain and discomfort on lower grades during seminar training. My Father(RIP) was highly trained and practised unarmed combat in the army (special forces instructor) and martial arts all his life and was a quiet humble man, his teaching style was just like Grand Master Cheung's . Dad taught and trained up until he was 75 yrs of age he was always willing to accompany me to seminars on other systems( he did not wear his GI or belt on seminars out of respect for the teacher) one of which we attended and the instructor was a pure bully intimidating all the attendees, he also attempted to seriously injure Dad as he was the eldest on the day, which was a day this bully seriously regretted and will have sleepless nights and nightmares for the rest of his life.

Год назад
Cd Lu2.0 +7
Cd Lu2.0

Control of the arm is crucial. Comes from 10 years wrestling experience

Год назад
Gai-Jin Harrison
Gai-Jin Harrison

Wrestling is good. If you can actually get your hands on the other person. Other than that, your ass is beat

11 месяцев назад
s.j.j. Ormsfang
s.j.j. Ormsfang

Very similar to a technique used in techniques developed for use when no injury is desired. Capturing the incoming wrist and pulling it across your body, placing you in that same blind area, from where you can wrap and immobilize.

3 года назад
JULIO ROSENBERG +3
JULIO ROSENBERG

I have been training in Tae Kwon Do since I was 10, (41 years) got my black belt at 16 year's old tested under General Choi himself. 6 year's for a black belt (I didn't go to a belt factory school) got my 1st degree 2 year's later at 18 and that's when I was able to go to Black belt classes after regular class and there is were I learned how to defend myself.

2 года назад
Dean Marshall
Dean Marshall

General Choi Hong Hi was another fantastic Teacher. ITF Taekwondo is a great system. I adopted much from that style.

19 дней назад
Alejandro De Miranda
Alejandro De Miranda

pressure points are real. I have been at the end of ma teachers applying the to me during practice in order to demonstrate to the class. The one in the inner cheek, close to the nostrils hurts AF! The one in the wrist around the area of were you would take your pulse is also brutal. The way I see them applied is not as initial strikes to bring someone down but more as a way to keep people immobilized until they are no longer aggressive, or the police arrive etc.

3 года назад

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