(Scroll down for list of videos included in Vol. 3)
“This Wing Chun goes anywhere.”
– CJKD, Rebel Wing Chun Founder, Shaun Rudie
This isn’t your traditional Wing Chun.
Rebel Wing Chun was developed to get away from all the purists who wish to dead-end the true benefits of Wing Chun. Those who wish to keep it in a state that can’t adapt to the rigors of attacks from grapplers, multiple opponents—at the same time—or weapons attacks.
This is not your traditional Wing Chun—for a reason: The traditional Wing Chun mindset is mired in ego and elitism, while lacking function in any range except the trapping range against other Wing Chun practitioners or the untrained individual.
Rebel Wing Chun was formed to demonstrate an effectiveness using true Wing Chun functionality—the “essence” that makes Wing Chun so valuable—in ANY range where contact is established.
Rebel Wing Chun works effectively in the following:
On the ground against fighters disciplined in Jiu Jitsu, wrestling, shoot fighting
In the boxing and clinch range against:
- Western boxers—real boxers, not watered down examples from a traditional mindset that has never actually fought boxers
- Muay Thai fighters in the clinch
- Shoot fighters and grapplers that know clinch-range dynamics
- Judo and Aikido practitioners
- Any contact range where a knife, stick or other weapon is drawn
- Against a variety of “MMA” trained styles
We also deal with effectively getting into range from fighters skilled in the kicking range.
What’s in the videos?
Effective training that gets to the heart of the training as early as possible. Your time is valuable, so is mine. I don’t waste screen time talking about what I’m going to show you—I just get right in and show you.
More videos will be uploaded as soon as available.
Current Video List In This Volume (more coming)
RWC 3 – Re-Defining Trapping
Ming explains (with clear demonstrations) what traditional trapping is versus RWC functional trapping.
RWC 3 Clinch Break Trapping
How to break clinch wrist control and trap (RWC trap) your opponent with effective, efficient striking that limits their opportunities.
RWC 3 Deflections Trapping
How to deflect into the trapping range so counter striking and trapping is faster and more effective.
RWC 3 Chi Gurk – Leg Trapping Sensitivity
Ming breaks down leg trapping sensitivity training with eyes opened, closed and training that involves only peripheral awareness.
Training Reading Incoming Strikes
How to use periphery training to read incoming strikes almost before they know they are going to throw them.
RWC 3 Fook-Saht-Chi Gurk Trap
Ming instructs on the use of the fook-saht sao entry off the jab and later, the hook. This is trained simultaneously by trapping the low line.
RWC 3 Bong Sao Flow
Everything you need to know about the Bong Sao flow—which is also used in knife training in later videos and is the pathway for RWC trapping. It is an immediately defensive reaction to protect against straight punches (or knife thrusts) and with the “whip-open” allows you to flow into combinations or strikes which leave your attacker unprepared.
Ming also details more on peripheral-read and how to start using and trusting our built-in genetic capability at reading motion direction and speed—accurately.