citywingtsun
citywingtsun:

Sparring sequences! See more WT Kung Fu action shots on the City Wing Tsun Facebook.

here’s that technical and aggressive… 1. close the gap - 2. stick to hands in the way, deal with it - 3. get the clinch - 4. Deliver brutality (what you don’t see on the other side of Vinny’s head is either my fist or elbow…)

citywingtsun:

Sparring sequences! See more WT Kung Fu action shots on the City Wing Tsun Facebook.

here’s that technical and aggressive… 1. close the gap - 2. stick to hands in the way, deal with it - 3. get the clinch - 4. Deliver brutality (what you don’t see on the other side of Vinny’s head is either my fist or elbow…)

citywingtsun
citywingtsun:

Post-Animal Day photo of everyone who participated! Read about Animal Day from Sifu Alex’s perspective on his official blog.

QUOTE! “CWT Trainer Craig was by far the most technical and aggressive in phase 1.” Hell yes, I am getting “Most technical and aggressive” on my next set of business cards.

citywingtsun:

Post-Animal Day photo of everyone who participated! Read about Animal Day from Sifu Alex’s perspective on his official blog.

QUOTE! “CWT Trainer Craig was by far the most technical and aggressive in phase 1.” Hell yes, I am getting “Most technical and aggressive” on my next set of business cards.

citywingtsun
citywingtsun:

Would you spar with Sifu Alex?
See Part 1 of the Animal Day photos on the City Wing Tsun facebook page.

Would I? yes. Have I? yes. My Sifu has Jiu Jitsu, Tae Kwan Do and of course Wing Tsun chops. He’s been in enough fights to more than know what he’s doing. Plus he knows everything we might pull and how to counter it. It’s basically the most beneficially educational nightmare you could ever have.

citywingtsun:

Would you spar with Sifu Alex?

See Part 1 of the Animal Day photos on the City Wing Tsun facebook page.

Would I? yes. Have I? yes. My Sifu has Jiu Jitsu, Tae Kwan Do and of course Wing Tsun chops. He’s been in enough fights to more than know what he’s doing. Plus he knows everything we might pull and how to counter it. It’s basically the most beneficially educational nightmare you could ever have.