Tai Chi self-defence

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25 Responses to “Tai Chi self-defence”

  1. emir95r says:

    FATALITY !!

  2. moondog50002000 says:

    I’ve been doing Tai Chi for years but have never used it to fight. None the less, I think if I ever had to I am conditioned enough to defend myself.

  3. shinbooks says:

    He is a great martial artist. He knows his stuff.

  4. micsir888 says:

    @doow90 Totally! Training with a calm mind only helps to keep the anger from blinding you. Doesn’t mean to be soft, but to be more like a whip.

  5. doow90 says:

    Unlike most Tai Chi Practioners who believe the power comes within. Master Wong is a guy that believes in the true powers of the style as in speed, strength and technique. He knows that being slightly angry makes him that bit more vicious and strong and this applies to Tai Chi. All them teachers that say “oh to be good you have to believe in your inner power and bring it out.” They havent been in a bar fight. Master Wong is a true trainer.

  6. jiukunthai says:

    Seems like a pretty angry tai chi practitioner.

  7. Ghost572 says:

    actually those sort of techniques look pretty intresting.

  8. Ginkung says:

    Tai chi will improve you martial arts skill

  9. bvfa21 says:

    wich song is it

  10. TheMartialartsJedi says:

    @chebf1231

    yes its one of the most ancient of all kung fu styles, many people do not realize its a combat style because its old and you dont see many people fight with it, when people are going to clubs and just doing the breathing and stuff they dont realize they are learning the basic kung fu positions and stances for tai chi.

  11. JeeKew says:

    This IS BADASS!!!

  12. Waxfiretape says:

    I am

  13. senajac5 says:

    hm…hm…hm…hmmm…

  14. robertinho102 says:

    i love this kind of martial art

  15. fcuk4220 says:

    @munchichi8, Cover his mean face up and watch the video again. He is plenty calm and relaxed, he is just moving in a realistic speed.

  16. 414myniggaz says:

    @TheMartialartsJedi awesome…. i still havent started yet, but i been doing a shit-ton of reading on tai-chi…

  17. TheMartialartsJedi says:

    @414myniggaz

    yes its one of the most ancient of all kung fu styles, many people do not realize its a combat style because its old and you dont see many people fight with it, when people are going to clubs and just doing the breathing and stuff they dont realize they are learning the basic kung fu positions and stances for tai chi.

  18. 414myniggaz says:

    i wanto learn tai chi… i had no clue self defense was part of it… im starting tomrrow i swear soo fuckin cool

  19. munchichi8 says:

    @chebf1231
    Chen Tai Chi teaches you self defense and much more but unfortunately this guy is not applying Tai Chi principles. He may have some form of Kung Fu training and try to claim this is Tai Chi. He is way too hard to be Tai Chi.

  20. chebf1231 says:

    if this aint for the streets i don’t know what is? i thought aikido was cool.

  21. chebf1231 says:

    i didn’t know they taugh all that in tai chi?

  22. theawakener7 says:

    The law, there is no law in combat, it’s you or him, the rest is BS.

  23. ThirdEyeLight says:

    That is not exactly an opening move. It was not studied in a combo. If you are in the middle of a fight that you did not start and you want to grab the guy or push him, he will not just let you. If he trys to stop you, this is the next move. The study of martial arts is like studying chess. Anyone can learn a single move but only a master can put them together in the way that is most effective.

  24. TheRockasaki says:

    I’m a BRAZILIAN JIU JITSU blue belt, and I like this guy. I studied Wu Hao style Taijiquan and Northern Long Fist Kungfu for 6 years, and had to try to figure out applications on my own. I finally got fed up and went to BJJ to find something less ambiguous. I was surprised to see how useful the skills I picked up from push hands and chi na training during by Kungfu days, and how the listening skills made me a menace on the mat early on, and still help me today. BRAVO, Sifu Wong!

  25. FlamencoChe says:

    I like his Chin Na and Slant Flying apps!

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