Joined: 28 Feb 2016
|Posted: Sat May 04, 2019 1:06 pm Post subject: Closed Door Wing Chun Terminology
|Closed Door Wing Chun Terminology:
Person that practices Wing Chun
Practicing or using Wing Chun wisely, or with one hand, that uses the Chun against Chin method, often seen or used on the streets by rival gang members.
Place where Wing Chun is practiced.
Person that has been: struck, pinned, locked or thrown, in Wing Chun; that is also surprised, usually associated with a sucker punch.
Using Wing Chun effectively such as attacking attacks or counter attacking.
Skills in Wing Chun that uses brains against brawn.
Resembling Wing Chun but only based on outward appearance alone.
Using Wing Chun skills that overpowers the opponent, that are usaully, bigger, faster, stronger and younger.
Wing Chun used with brute force and or only muscle, or a person that is not considered to be slim or thin.
Opponent that has lost to Wing Chun (now in pieces) or wishes not to continue due to tiredness.
Immature use of Wing Chun movements that are ineffective, similar to patty-cake.
Spanish female that posseses Wing Chun fighting skills.
Those that like to fight against Chunners.
An opponent that has fighting skills that has no resemblance to Wing Chun.
When a Chunner accidentally hits another Chunner harder than necessary, the usual response will be harsh words of disapproval.
Using only Wing Chun fighting skills while in combat ot training.
Highly skilled or award winning female Spanish Chunner.
A Chunner keeping one's balance and structure while using Wing Chun.
Person looking extremely bright at Wing Chun but is overly orante.
Person that loves Wing Chun.
A place to practice Wing Chun in Spain or in any Spanish speaking country.
A person talking excessively while practicing Wing Chun.
Favourite Wing Chun food such as Chun Chowder.
A person that uses Wing Chun in unscrupulous ways.
The way Wing Chun is seen by those that use it.
The scientific quantative methods of analysing information used by Chunners.
A person that practices Wing Chun which is better at defending than anything else.
A technique for delivering a continuous amount of fast and direct punches, used against an opponent by Chunners, that resembles the rapid amount of bullets that can be fired with an AK47 automatic machine gun.
Thinking excessively about which Wing chun technique to use instead of being active and spontaneous in the moment.
A Chunner being overwhelmed or highly nervous while sparring in Wing Chun.
A Chunner trying too hard to make Wing Chun movements and techniques work.
Chunners reasoning and contemplating the principles and concepts found in Wing Chun doctrine.
Terms and actions used by Chunners that they alone understand in the Wing Chun system.
An informal tea making ceremony, that is performed by the Sifu/teacher for the Chunner student/s, using only the hand movements used in Wing Chun.
A fist used by Chunners in Wing Chun, for delivering hard hitting punches, also known by everyone else as power punching.
A tall long stick used immediately after sticky hands and feet practice.
Eating implements for eating Chunrolls.
A small bun made in a Chunoven for Chunners to eat.
A compliment given among Chunners.
Bonding conversations between Chunners, giving chuntastic compliments after class, usually whilst having Chuntea and Chunrolls.
Joined: 08 Mar 2015
Location: NEW ZEALAND
Styles: Shotokan, Seido Juku
|Posted: Sat May 04, 2019 7:29 pm Post subject:
|Great "Chunspeak" Alan!!
"We don't have any money, so we will have to think" - Ernest Rutherford
Joined: 23 Feb 2008
Location: Houston, TX
Styles: Shindokan Saitou-ryu [Shuri-te/Okinawa-te based]
|Posted: Sat May 04, 2019 8:32 pm Post subject:
|Great "Chunspeak" Alan!!
Yeah, I agree with that!! Thanks Alan!!
**Proof is on the floor!!!
Joined: 28 Feb 2016
|Posted: Sun May 05, 2019 1:40 am Post subject:
|Sum Chun Guy do Chunglish fun kung fu! Thx
Joined: 28 Feb 2016
|Posted: Mon May 06, 2019 5:23 pm Post subject:
IP Man's son named Chun.
A training aid for practicing silmutanious striking and deflecting techniques; also known as a rattan ring.
A Wing Chun training session practiced in the evening.
An intellectual Chunner.
Dancing to music while using Wing Chun movements.
An expression usually used after having tasty Chundins.
A temporary place where visiting Chunners sleep.
Light sparring while wearing large gloves.
A Wing Chun place of practice that is in need of renovation.
An overlying aggressive inexperienced Chunner with potential.
A child Chunner.
When a Chunner is unsure of which techniques to use.
A crazy Chunner.
The main ingredient of Chunrolls.
Indoor practice clothes worn by Chunners.
Old practice clothes worn by Chunners usually used in outdoor training session.
A take down throw or sweep used in Wing Chun
A beverage, usually referring to having a beer or tea after class.
Two or one person exercises practiced by Chunners.
One finger jab.
Areas on the opponent that can be held with minimum effort for maximum effect for Chuntrolling purposes.
Chunner that is difficult to catch, grab, throw, trip, hit or hold on to, as is seemingly always on the run or defence.
Derogatory name given to a Chunner with B.O.
Using Wing Chun techniques with anything that is effective.
Referring to Chunners punching and sparring.
Referring the differences between newer and older Chunners.
Using Wing Chun movements ineffectively.
Something that is considered controversial, not fully understood or defined in the Wing Chun system.
The beginning of a class in Wing Chun.
Derogatory term used by none Chunners.
Equipment used by Chunners.
An overly exaggerated story told to Chunners to motivate them.
Movements in Wing Chun that are considered to be a gamble to use.
A male Chunner.
A female Chunner.
An unrealistic mythical figure that promotes exclusively cooperative Wing Chun training methods.
Flight attendant Chunner.
A disabilatating one hit Chunner puch to the opponent's nose.
When Chunners disagree.
A derogatory name given to Chunner with a low IQ.
A knowledgeable Chunner.
An uncoordinated Chunner.
A Chunner that preferes blocking than deflecting.
A desirable female Chunner.
A direct strike or hit used by a Chunner.
A way of explaining concepts of maintaining the proper distance between opponent's, using loose, tight and broken as a guideline.
A secret drinking establishment only known to Chunners.
Words of encouragement used between Chunners.
An overly sensitive Chunner.
Moving from one line of attack to another.
The best Chunner in class.
Trapping technique used by Chunners.
None effective or unrealistic use of defensive deflecting techniques.
A place to practice Wing Chun in warm water.
Chun on the side.
None Chunner using Wing Chun techniques.
Excellent use of Wing Chun.
A Chunner fighting aimlessly.
The obsolete Wing Chun fighting practice of mixing fighting with alcohol.
A VIP Chunner also known as VIC.
A ball that is used for rolling between the wrists for purposes of practicing sticking, pressure and sensitivity.
Playing, not using Wing Chun with purpose or conviction.
A Chunner that lacks agility, suppleness and fluidity in movements.
Tired or exhausted Chunner.
Outlandish use of Wing Chun movements for entertainment purposes.
Chun Chow Bong Barbi.
A typical Chunner outdoor, none competive, fast eating event, where the main chundish is barbecued chicken wings.
Chun Fook Do
Anything Chunners do wrong or badly.
Begging lazy dog Chunner gestures.
A reddening or swelling of the face due to injuries incurred while sparring of fighting with Chunners.
Chun Tan Do.
A type of preventative Chunner medicine, intended to reduce the likelihood of pain from spreading which can also reduce inflammation in some areas.
Chun Tan Sun.
Speading Wing Chun training sessions to the outdoors, around midday in the summer months.
Chun Gum Chew.
A type of none digestible sweet used for combating bad breath also used for pinning the teeth together when a mouth shield is not available.
Chun Man Do.
A type of quick thinking Chunner rhetoric asking game, played by asking "Hey Chun man do...?" the reply must be composed of another question, as the first to answer using a statement loses.
Chun Wu Chin.
A type of preventative Chunner medicine, applied with one hand that guards the body and face from consequent injuries.
Chun Lan Do.
Colourful language that Chunners use that could get them temporarily barred from class.
Chun Pak Go.
Comprising of a variety of slapped together articals that a Chunner uses, which are compacted together in a hurry, that are carried in the nearest bag available, that is decided upon in the spur of the moment, when traveling to compete in a martial art tournament.
Chun Jum Do.
Jumping high and sinking low exercise, Chunners do for pre-class warm ups.
Chun Jut Do.
Chunner behaving like Jerks whilst jutting about in class.
Chun Kau No Moo.
When a Chunner is hooked on milk or dairy products.
Chun Garn Chow.
Specially prepared, ploughed and cultivated chunveggies, served on the side as a chundish at chundins.
Chun Huen Do.
Chunner doing Wing Chun in a roundabout way.
A sweetener stirred in to Chuntea.
Chun Tok Do.
Time wasting yet suprisingly uplifting Chunner conversations.