Economy of Motion
Emin Boztepe Martial Arts System (EBMAS) Wing Tzun deals with the greatest number of possible attacks with the smallest number of deliberate movements (Economy of Motion).
Fewer movements = less confusion = faster reaction... and faster learning.
There are no purely "defensive" or "offensive" movements in EBMAS Wing Tzun. Every movement contains elements of both offence and defence.
Our "offence" provides protection and our "defence" attacks the enemy.
Offence and defence are one in EBMAS Wing Tzun, simultaneous, giving the enemy no time to renew their attack or evade our counterattack.
Emin Boztepe Martial Arts System teaches its Wing Tzun students to perform up to three movements simultaneously, e.g. different movements with each arm and a leg. The limbs are trained to move independently of each other (Economy of Motion).
EBMAS Wing Tzun movements take the shortest routes possible to achieve their goals, increasing efficiency and speed.