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DOWNLOAD: Stephen Joffe - Wing Chun vs Knife and Multiple Attackers

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Run Time: 47 minutes
Resolution: 720x480 (DVD Quality)
Publisher: Wing Chun Fight Club

The Wing Chun Fight Club was established in 2002

 
In this video, Sifu Joffe demonstrates key self-defense applications against knife attacks. Instruction begins with changing the center line facing to effect timing and range to follow up with elbow, palm and knee counters. As a bonus Sifu Joffe demonstrates self-defense against multiple attackers. Resolution: 720x480 - 47 mins. Learn More >>
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Stephen Joffe - Wing Chun vs Knife and Multiple Attackers

Sifu Stephen Joffe, a veteran of the Wong Shung Leung Wing Chun system shares his accumulated self-defense knowledge cultivated in the streets of South Africa.

In this video, Sifu Joffe demonstrates key self-defense applications against knife attacks. Instruction begins with changing the center line facing to effect timing and range to follow up with elbow, palm and knee counters. As a bonus Sifu Joffe demonstrates self-defense against multiple attackers.

Features include:
Bridging with the back of the hand to protect the radial artery.
How to break the weapon bearing arm.
How to pin the grounded attacker with the Wing Chun stance.
How to link elbow attacks that act as a defensive shield.
How to use one attacker as a "meat shield" against the other when dealing with several opponents.
How to use your forearm to disarm the knife.

Run Time: 47 minutes
Resolution: 720x480 (DVD Quality)
Publisher: Wing Chun Fight Club

The Wing Chun Fight Club was established in 2002 with the goal of verifying masters of the art - and application is the only way to verify the truth. Many sifus met were tested in person by an MMA fighter. And most sifus completely failed when it came time to apply their art against even a semi-skilled fighter. Sifus who had a proven and successful fighting record were invited to teach some unique viewpoints and techniques on certain Wing Chun fight-related topics. Most of this footage was lost in 2008 and only recently recovered. It is now available for the public to see for the first time ever.
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