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  • We recently celebrated a #BlackSash test involving two very fine students: Bill Nail and Jeff Blanton. In the first of 4 episodes, here are a few highlights…

The test begins with a little warm-up. First, a quick mobility drill called Shadow Closing; then, paired with a barrage of strikes called Chung Choies.

Next, we change it up by slowing the action way down so that the uninitiated might catch some of the finer points. At real speed, it is sometimes difficult to discern the sequence of events.

Now, we’ll look at it in real time. The primary is trying to shut the opponent down and neutralize the attack as quickly as possible.

Here, the opponent attacks with a committed offense. The primary may choose to apply Angle Flow and side step the attack, using the opponent’s commitment against him.

Again electing to take an angle, in this application, a more aggressive primary might decide to get off the line of attack, but attack the opponent more directly.

Shoot defenses vary with proximity; here, demonstrated at short, medium, and long distances.

This strategy for dealing with kicks involves what #BruceLee called a stop-kick, effectively stifling the kick at its inception.

Now to closing the gap…sometimes the opponent has a long threat zone, requiring you to cover more distance to close the gap. In this instance, the Step-Over Close covers more ground, but also can be used merely to switch back to your natural side forward.

With the Steal-A-Step Close, it is crucial to draw the opponent’s attention up high so that he doesn’t see the “stolen” step and realize how much distance you are able to cover.

Sometimes the opponent’s hands are difficult to access. Applying the Drawing Lunge Close, the primary threatens the opponent’s eyes to elicit a defensive response, “drawing” the opponent’s hands up to gain contact.

In this application, the opponent’s hands are up so his strike-lines are predictable. Taking care to shut down those strike-lines, the primary may attack directly, effectively neutralizing the opponent’s offensive and defensive capabilities.

#AmbroseWCD #AmbroseAcademy #WingChun #WingChunDo #WCD #selfdefense #martialart #blackbelt #blackbelttest We recently celebrated a #blacksash test involving two very fine students: Bill Nail and Jeff Blanton. In the first of 4 episodes, here are a few highlights… The test begins with a little warm-up. First, a quick mobility drill called Shadow Closing; then, paired with a barrage of strikes called Chung Choies. Next, we change it up by slowing the action way down so that the uninitiated might catch some of the finer points. At real speed, it is sometimes difficult to discern the sequence of events. Now, we’ll look at it in real time. The primary is trying to shut the opponent down and neutralize the attack as quickly as possible. Here, the opponent attacks with a committed offense. The primary may choose to apply Angle Flow and side step the attack, using the opponent’s commitment against him. Again electing to take an angle, in this application, a more aggressive primary might decide to get off the line of attack, but attack the opponent more directly. Shoot defenses vary with proximity; here, demonstrated at short, medium, and long distances. This strategy for dealing with kicks involves what #brucelee called a stop-kick, effectively stifling the kick at its inception. Now to closing the gap…sometimes the opponent has a long threat zone, requiring you to cover more distance to close the gap. In this instance, the Step-Over Close covers more ground, but also can be used merely to switch back to your natural side forward. With the Steal-A-Step Close, it is crucial to draw the opponent’s attention up high so that he doesn’t see the “stolen” step and realize how much distance you are able to cover. Sometimes the opponent’s hands are difficult to access. Applying the Drawing Lunge Close, the primary threatens the opponent’s eyes to elicit a defensive response, “drawing” the opponent’s hands up to gain contact. In this application, the opponent’s hands are up so his strike-lines are predictable. Taking care to shut down those strike-lines, the primary may attack directly, effectively neutralizing the opponent’s offensive and defensive capabilities. #ambrosewcd #ambroseacademy #wingchun #wingchundo #wcd #selfdefense #martialart #blackbelt #blackbelttest
  • We recently celebrated a #blacksash test involving two very fine students: Bill Nail and Jeff Blanton. In the first of 4 episodes, here are a few highlights… The test begins with a little warm-up. First, a quick mobility drill called Shadow Closing; then, paired with a barrage of strikes called Chung Choies. Next, we change it up by slowing the action way down so that the uninitiated might catch some of the finer points. At real speed, it is sometimes difficult to discern the sequence of events. Now, we’ll look at it in real time. The primary is trying to shut the opponent down and neutralize the attack as quickly as possible. Here, the opponent attacks with a committed offense. The primary may choose to apply Angle Flow and side step the attack, using the opponent’s commitment against him. Again electing to take an angle, in this application, a more aggressive primary might decide to get off the line of attack, but attack the opponent more directly. Shoot defenses vary with proximity; here, demonstrated at short, medium, and long distances. This strategy for dealing with kicks involves what #brucelee called a stop-kick, effectively stifling the kick at its inception. Now to closing the gap…sometimes the opponent has a long threat zone, requiring you to cover more distance to close the gap. In this instance, the Step-Over Close covers more ground, but also can be used merely to switch back to your natural side forward. With the Steal-A-Step Close, it is crucial to draw the opponent’s attention up high so that he doesn’t see the “stolen” step and realize how much distance you are able to cover. Sometimes the opponent’s hands are difficult to access. Applying the Drawing Lunge Close, the primary threatens the opponent’s eyes to elicit a defensive response, “drawing” the opponent’s hands up to gain contact. In this application, the opponent’s hands are up so his strike-lines are predictable. Taking care to shut down those strike-lines, the primary may attack directly, effectively neutralizing the opponent’s offensive and defensive capabilities. #ambrosewcd #ambroseacademy #wingchun #wingchundo #wcd #selfdefense #martialart #blackbelt #blackbelttest
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  • Na Assembleia Legislativa, recebi no gabinete os amigos Uelte e Delson da cidade de #Turiaçu . Oportunidade que tive de agradecer mais uma vez o apoio nas eleições de 2018 e aproveitamos para dialogar sobre as eleições municipais de 2020. 
Também conversamos sobre o movimento mundial World Clean Up Day. É uma ação mundial para promover a mobilização de voluntários na limpeza de suas cidades, bairros, praias, praças e parques. 
Assim, protocolei o Projeto de Lei que cria o Dia Estadual da Limpeza Pública. A ação simboliza a necessidade de conscientização da sociedade. #LimpezaPublica #WCD #DeputadoWendell #AcreditoNoTrabalho #MandatoEmAcao Na Assembleia Legislativa, recebi no gabinete os amigos Uelte e Delson da cidade de #turiaçu . Oportunidade que tive de agradecer mais uma vez o apoio nas eleições de 2018 e aproveitamos para dialogar sobre as eleições municipais de 2020. Também conversamos sobre o movimento mundial World Clean Up Day. É uma ação mundial para promover a mobilização de voluntários na limpeza de suas cidades, bairros, praias, praças e parques. Assim, protocolei o Projeto de Lei que cria o Dia Estadual da Limpeza Pública. A ação simboliza a necessidade de conscientização da sociedade. #limpezapublica #wcd #deputadowendell #acreditonotrabalho #mandatoemacao
  • Na Assembleia Legislativa, recebi no gabinete os amigos Uelte e Delson da cidade de #turiaçu . Oportunidade que tive de agradecer mais uma vez o apoio nas eleições de 2018 e aproveitamos para dialogar sobre as eleições municipais de 2020. Também conversamos sobre o movimento mundial World Clean Up Day. É uma ação mundial para promover a mobilização de voluntários na limpeza de suas cidades, bairros, praias, praças e parques. Assim, protocolei o Projeto de Lei que cria o Dia Estadual da Limpeza Pública. A ação simboliza a necessidade de conscientização da sociedade. #limpezapublica #wcd #deputadowendell #acreditonotrabalho #mandatoemacao
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