if you wish to donate, you can do so at http://www.china-boxer.blogspot.com This concept of 3 beats in training, is IMO at the heart of all the bickering in the wing chun community. The younger, faster chunners see wing chun as "offense is the best defense". but the older chunners see wing chun as "defense is the best offense". because of these conflicting differences, they argue amongst themselves as to which is right. what they don't realize is that they are BOTH right. that's why i am always saying "if it works for you, then keep doing it!". Today's lesson is about how I as an instructor have a duty to show you "both sides of the coin" and for you to decide which you wish to pursue. It's one of the most difficult challenges as an instructor, to set aside my own personal preferences, my likes and my dislikes, and to show you from an unbiased position, so that YOU can make your own decisions along YOUR journey. hopefully, after seeing this video, you understand that training on a "half beat" or "full beat" or "one and a half beat" is all up to you and they are all right as long as it works for YOU, but just because it works for you, doesn't mean that the same beat will work for someone else.
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