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VING CHUN KUEN - THE ART OF INVINCIBILITY

AN ANSWER TO YOUR QUESTION?

Grasshoppers Ask Interesting Questions

Ving Chun Master Kevin Earle Gives Interesting Answers

ON SIU NIM TAO

Q: Master Kevin, how long should I spend on Siu Nim Tao?  A: How long have you got Grasshopper?

Q: Sifu, should I do Siu Nim Tao for one hour?  A: Yes.

Q: Master Kevin, How long should I do the form for?  A: Until you are finished.

Q: Sifu Kevin, which movement is the most important movement in Siu Nim Tao?  A: The one you are doing in the moment. 

GENERAL QUESTIONS

Q: Master K, what is the difference between gaan sau and kwan sau?   A: Gaan comes from on top, kwan from beneath.

Q: Master K, I get confused between gaan sau and kwan sau. How can I tell them apart?  A: That's an interesting question - what do you think?

Q: Sifu Kevin, my training partners are to big and strong for me, how can I overcome them?  A: Stop using muscular force.

Q: Is there a special way to breathe in Ving Chun?   A: Yes! In and out. Now repeat.

Q: Sifu Kev, my arm won't do tahn sau properly.  A: Who's in charge?

ON PUNCHING

Q: Master Kev, is there more than one punch in Ving Chun?   A: Yes

Q: Master Kev, how many punches are there in Ving Chun?   A: How many do you need?

Q: Sifu. How do we punch in Ving Chun?   A: With our fist.

Q: Master Kevin. There is only one punch in Ving Chun?   A: Yes.

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