Confidence Fitness Social and a Hobby

Confidence Fitness Social and a Hobby

Wing Chun International helping to give the student more than just away to stay safe, Confidence Fitness Social and a Hobby.

Human beings can be split in to 3 different categories for reason to learning something new. These are as follows :-

1 MasteryMaster

Having or showing very great skill or proficiency in the Art of Wing. Here the student is not interested in the Social or the confidence side of learning Wing Chun and they focus solely on the detail  and the Artistic side of Wing Chun

2 Social/Hobby

This particle type of student is there to learn the art of Wing Chun while getting to know each individual student on a friendship level and is socialsidemore of a hobby then it is to master the Art.


3 Confidence

To show how good they are at always winning  and striving to be the best of the best.


 As students all learning this great Art we have a mixed of all 3 of the above elements that make us who we are.


Health and Fitness Benefits

1 Relieves Stress:

Getting a good workout, especially a cardio workout helps purge the stress. And it’s good for the heart too. Plus, training Wing Chun forces you to focus on the here and now, not on your problems.

For instance, if someone is throwing a kick or punch at you, you don’t have time to worry about the parking ticket you just got or the pile of paper work sitting on your desk at work.

Getting rid of stress has really helped me clear my mind and allows me to do better work in my job.

2 Better Relationships and Social Support

Another benefit that my students especially like about their training is the social interaction and friendships that come with taking classes.

In my classes for example, I emphasize to my students that they are family. Because we’re a family we help each other improve. We’re not there to break each other down but to build up. We’re also there as a social support in a world where many peoples social supports are breaking down.

3 Increased Discipline

Self-discipline is a lost art today in a world where so many things are cheap and easy. The downside to this is that people aren’t given a lot of chances to develop self-discipline.

But the truth is that you need it if you want to go anywhere in life. Wing Chun helps you develop self-discipline in a truly enjoyable way. While you’re learning the art, you’ll also be developing the self-discipline of training, practice and conditioning.

You’ll notice before long that this self-discipline (and the confidence that comes from developing it) is leaking over into other areas of your life, helping you achieve more and go further than you ever dreamed.

So those are just a few of the added benefits of training in Wing Chun Kung Fu. If you’re interested in taking classes, make sure to look for a good instructor that provides a supportive positive environment to train in.

4 Builds Internal Energy and Wellness: Most people have heard how Tai Chi and its slow forms are good for your health and helps develop internal “Qi” power. There are dozens of medical studies that support this.

Well, if you do your Wing Chun forms slowly and deliberately, like Tai Chi forms, you’ll get many of the same benefits. I get a similar workout doing my Wing Chun forms, slowly, as I do when I practice Tai Chi. What’s nice about using Wing Chun forms is you can work out in a small area, like a corner of your bedroom or hotel room if you’re travelling.

5 Improve Your Reflexes

Chi Sau (or sticky hands), provides the training of increased contact sensitivity and increased auto-reflexes. This will also help you in other martial arts or sports that you choose to take.

I often find that, when studying another martial art, I progress much more quickly through it because of my years of Wing Chun training.

6 Improves eye focusing: When you’re not in contact range you have to rely on visual reflexes (your eyes) to keep you safe and a threat to your opponent.

In the West we pay little attention to eye health. In Chinese schools, on the other hand, exercising the eyes during school is part of the daily routine. In my kwoon we exercise the eyes during our warm up.

I’ve noticed that the eye exercises are beneficial to me especially since I work on a computer most of the day.

7 More Confidence and Better Focus

With forms training you also gain good body posture, which can help you appear more confident and in control to those around you.

Training over the long term also helps you develop increased focus in everyday life. This translates into helping you achieve your other life goals faster and more effectively.


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