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Why EBMAS Wing Tzun is Unique

 Familiar Martial Arts StylesEmin Boztepe Martial Arts System (EBMAS)
Combat StyleCramped, stiffFlexible, relaxed
Difference of StyleFighting sport
(works against the same style; might work against other styles or might not)
Fighting art
(works against the same style and other styles equally)
PrerequisitesSuperior muscle strength
Superior flexibility
Flexibility in wrist and shoulder
Theoretical aptitude is key
Type of MovementsMechanical techniquesTechniques are free flowing and overlap each other
Self-defenseNo real self-defense for women and physically weaker peopleReal self-defense for women through specific techniques, exercises and training
Number of Techniques"Hundreds" of techniquesFour Principles
Reaction TimeA minimum of 0.745 seconds for the brain to react.
One thinks less during learning, but has to think a lot during fighting.
A minimum of only 0.1 seconds due to universal solution.
One thinks a lot during learning but has to think less during fighting.
Prefight PositionUpper body often tense, legs mostly relaxed or everything is tense.Upper body is relaxed, legs are slightly tense
AnticipationMovements and/or attacks are anticipatedMovements are not anticipated
Attack-detectVisual; optical deception possibleSafe attack detecing over the contact feeling (tactile).
Deception is not possible because one reacts only through feeling (touching).
DefenseThrough block and counter; activeThrough moving forward; passive
RecoveringAttacker can recover due to single movements by defender (including pauses) Due to a chain of techniques and follow-through, attacker has no time to recover and attack again.
 Often uncontrolled, emotional art of fighting; screamingEmotionless, "relaxed" art of fighting; controlled
StanceDeep, wide, not flexible;
Many stances to learn
Very mobile and flexible;
Only two stances to learn
FootworkCan be unnatural due to long and deep stances and stepsDue to fighting in a close range, the steps are short (natural footwork)
TurnsActive physical movementsUse of opponent's energy (passive turns)
Punching PowerThrough extensive muscle training of arms and shouldersThrough the use of elbow power and physical understanding of body movements
Origin of PowerGathering strength by drawing backBeginning less punching and kicking.
Coordination of arms, body and footwork.
InstructorOften half-god in white Gi (can't be touched)Instructor can be touched (hands-on training)
EfficiencyUnnecessary movements, time-consumingOnly necessary movements
"Less is more!"
Way of MovementsDetour, indirectDirect, linear, straight forward
StrengthUse of own strengthBorrows opponent's strength