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    danwalterandrews
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    Very similar to the previous comments. While Sifu Ed and a few of his students are very skilled, I can't justify going to classes for four hours a week to only get 15-30 minutes of Chi Sau (problem solving) a week. Low level belt forms and techniques are generally a waste of time and not actually rooted in true Wing Chun. Higher level belt techniques were very good, however, there isn't enough time dedicated to practicing them. Like I said, 15-30 minutes a week of Chi Sau. At best.

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    allin123
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    The schools websi...

    The schools website clams that they teach the Wing Chun style, however; the instructor also teaches non-wing chun forms as mandatory for progression. When the wing chun forms are taught no explanation of the movements is provided. Emphasis seems to be more on basic drills as opposed to actual chi sau practice. Even at the higher levels chi sau is only done (at most) twice a week for maybe 10-15min.

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    jameslarken40
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    Poor quality instructors

    Tried going to the class but instructors changed often. No consistency on what to do and no one showed how to do thing properly. Class prices were cheap but I guess you get what you pay for. Also you're not in a studio so there is no equipment to train on. Seems like a second rate operation done on the cheap to make a buck.

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