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Learn Wing Chun Warm-Up Exercises
This video shows a variety of Wing Chun warm-up and stretching exercises. Select useful elements from this Wing Chun video and add them to your warm-up routine in order to work on problem areas (i.e. hamstrings) and to add some variety if your warm-up routine is getting monotonous.
Martial arts instructors use warm-up routines in order to loosen muscles and boost heart rates. This helps to prepare martial arts students for the more vigorous martial arts training that follows the warm-up session and hopefully reduces potential injuries that might come from tight muscles and tendons.
All stretches and exercises should be supervised by a trained martial arts instructor in order to prevent injuries and to ensure the proper technique is utilized.
Wing Chun Warm-Up Routine
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