Anyone who has seen Wing Chun in action is familiar with its speed and fluidity. Here are some basic wing chun wrist control drills you can practice. These are not for fighting, simply to help develop better control of your wrist and movement.
He tries to force his roundhouse punch but Cheung moves with the arm and maintains control of the elbow (4). The wing chun master then hits him with an elbow strike (5) before taking him down with a leg sweep (6-7). …. Using the same methods he’d use on his feet, Cheung stops a roundhouse punch with a finger-thrust technique (2), then controls the man’s wrist and elbow. His sensitivity enables him to maneuver the arm to his right (3-4), thus positioning … [Read more...]