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アダプタビリティ（適応性）は、ブルース・リー（JKDの作成者）が「水のようになる」と呼んだことです。ジェイスGYM詠春拳では、形（手技）を変えて相手の攻撃に対応しようとしていますが対戦相手に技を「選択」させます。 無限な技とは、技を沢山使っているという意味ではありません。逆に、少ない技を連続して、無限な攻撃と防御的な動きで戦うことです。 この戦い方は、ほとんどの武道（ジークンドー含めて）で使用されているパンチ/キックのコンビネーションとは大きく異なります。詠春拳の「無理しない」と「前へのプレッシャー」のコンセプトを使わないとできないです。
English: Adaptability (Wing chun) is what Bruce Lee (creator of JKD) called to "be like water". At J's gym wing chun we try to adapt our responses to the opponent's attack by changing shapes (read techniques) and let the opponent "choose" our techniques for us. Infinite techniques do not mean that we have a lot of techniques but that we connect a few techniques into an infinite chain of attacks and defensive moves. It's very different from a punch/kick combination as used by most martial arts. Blocking often works poorly against a stronger opponent and so we should only use it as a last resort. Instead, we focus on deflecting attacks and when possible to use the opponent's force against him.
A good teacher to me is someone like I imagine this friendly Ip Man to be. Someone who's strong and knowledgeable but friendly and approachable. My teacher is like that, I strive to teach in the same way.
I have personally always stayed away from arrogant, bossy, and violent teachers or teachers who needs titles like wing chun master or something similar to set a barrier between himself and the students.
They often use it to cover for their lack of skills!!
I played around with my new phone's camera after the evening class and shot some of the students doing free training. Since the fluorescent lights keep flickering it's not really useful for indoor shooting. But the quality seems fair. Even though I zoomed in a bit on the video but it still looks kind of crisp. At least that is how it looked on the phone, less crisp when uploaded to the website.....
Staying on and working on the techniques is a really good thing to do when you have time.
Great job, guys!!!