??? You would use the “AOPF” structure and all the concepts that go with it while following whatever you are learning. I’m not quite sure I understand your question. Alot….maybe everything about this method is “on the inside” so if you have that right the “outside” doesn’t matter too…much.
In wing Chun as you know we are taught standing in a certain position with our feet and knees pointing in, back abit backwards etc… how can we use what you teach here ehile practicing wing Chun?
If you can keep them separate in your head its fine. If you find one more interesting than the other thats okay too. If you mix then you might have a problem unless you forgo one arts rules and treat ninjutsu as like a car with the AOPF engine.
I would very much appriciate it if you could comment on my question. I have recently started training in wing chun, but i am cosidering doing ninjutsu as well, but am worried that it will not combine well with the wing chun principles. What ia your opinion? Thank you
Just joined, but have been a follower of Jin since the chinaboxer days, and was studying Pin Sun WC at the time. I am a long time practitioner and teacher of a 5 Animal system, and have my own school. I also have a fairly extensive background in Filipino martial arts, but mainly settled into Balintawak. Balintawak is often…[Read more]
In the video your partner only used the thera-band to pull while in front of you. Is there any reason not to experiment with this exercise while your partner is using the thera-band from differing angles (e.g. from behind you)?
My name is Ben. I just joined this site. I have been utilizing Sifu Jin’s instruction on youtube on and off for a few years now. I plan on moving to Dallas, TX in a few months, and I aim to join a Wing Chun school there. I’m a former Marine too, Sifu Jin! Semper fi!
Hey sorry replying late. I can’t speak with total authority ( I have the same issue! ) but I think it may have something to do with the “cobra hood” as Jin calls it where the upper/neck area is not properly connected and therefore you get toppled over.
At least thats what happens to me sometimes. I either buckle at the hips or my legs lock and I…[Read more]