Fundamental Theory, Static-Flexible.
whole of M.A.I. syllabus is based on the method and application
of static-flexible theory. It was a theory/model I had developed
since 1986. The theory distinctly divide two opposite ways of
training and analysing combative techniques.
The static approach encompasses classical style of Wing
Chun, higher degree of isometric muscular contractions, focuses
on over-learning a skill, a very strict interpretation of Wing
Whereas, the flexible approach encompasses a more liberated
interpretation of the traditional Wing Chun. Hence, higher degree
of dynamic muscular contractions, higher degree of variations,
skills executed with minimal effort but maximise effective force
or speed, interpretation of techniques can be interrelated or
modelled or compared with other martial art disciplines.
end result is simply to enhance the artistic and realistic
combative abilities of the practitioner; and to bring about
a lateral thinking Wing Chun man as well as a comprehensive understanding.