How is your wing chun training coming along… Have you continued with your classes ..more importantly are you practicing outside of classes. This is what differentiates those that see wing chin as a hobby and those that treat it as a serious path.. Either way is fine. You will get out of it what you out in…
Some people say that its hard, don’t have the time or even I don’t have a training partner. There are a number of ways to get around this. As I have mentioned before, the best place to start is the wing chun dummy. It is the principal training device. It can be pricey if money is tight you can improvise. Perhaps some broom handles and a post—(hey I did it when I started) not he best option ..but look online there a some great resources that show you how you can make one.
Initiate family members or even friends to sit in…just think of fun was throughout your day where you can pick up some wing chun training time.
Coming up with ways where you can improve your training is how Bruce Lee came to be the legendary martial artist hw is world famous for. Now I’m not saying to go to those lengths-but its just an insights on how little things can help and build up to a larger training experience.