yeniseri wrote:Does it really make a difference!
1. Is it functional?
2. Can I incorporate it into my personal CMA?
3. Isn't it better to'judge' an art by its utility instead of whether is has 'internal or 'external" in front of it?
4.Is it cheaper to learn internal or external CMA?
5. Is there really a difference?
6. Are the skills easily transferable or are they secret until you reach the magic $ amount like a VISA credit card then you get a discount off any amount over XYZ! Just saying and compiling what I have heard said privately amongst the true practitioners!
One can learn Wing Chun forms free in the internet like some learned Taijiquan forms, etc.
It cost more for one to one private lessons.
It is more time consuming if one switch from external to internal because the idea of not to use dead (brute) force or concentric contraction is different to the external schools.
There is no secret but one do need to practice Chi Sau properly to be proficient.