FEATURE ARTICLES -- COMBAT APPLICATION
- Combat Efficiency
- Change from Worrying about How to Defend against your Opponent's Attack to Letting him Worry about How to Defend against Your Attack
- Kungfu is Superior to Other Martial Arts in Combat
- Secrets of Being Unfefeated in Free Sparring
- Can Kungfu be Used for Fighting?
- What would you do if an opponent grips your both hands and executes a thrust kick to your chest?
- Counters against threatening Knife from the Back
- How a Kungfu Exponent can Fight against a Western Boxing Opponent
- How would a Wing Choon Exponent Counter Side Attacks?
- Increasing the Threat Level Yet Remaining Compassionate
- I would have been Feelign Regret Instead If I had not Participated
- Reflection on my Experience
- Application against Thrust Kicks when Hands are Held
- Application of Wing Choon Folding Arms
- Taijiquan Techniques Against Knee Jabs
- How would a Taijiquan exponent defend against an elbow attack from a Muai Thai fighter?
- What would you do if an opponent holds your two arms at your back?
- How would you escape if someone twists your arm from behind and steps on your leg?
- Wave Tactic of Choy-Li-Fatt Kungfu
- Combat Application of the Shaolin Flower Set
- How are the following Tiger patterns from Hoong Ka Kungfu used in combat application?
- Are these kungfu patterns realistic and practical in combat?
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