The Wing Chun Compendium, Volume Two; Wing Chun, also referred to as Ving Tsun, is a well-liked system of kung fu designed centuries ago by a Buddhist nun and Shaolin master. Together, the two volumes of The Wing Chun Compendium offer a complete guide to the discipline, from theory and philosophy to drills and forms. In this volume, writer Wayne Belonoha takes students to the next level, that specialize in the final three and most advanced forms of the Wing Chun system and their associated skills: the “Mook Yan Jong” or wooden man; the “Lok Dim Boon Quan” or six-and-a-half point long pole; and the “Baat Cham Dao” or eight-cut sword form, demonstrated here for the first time by Grandmaster Sunny Tang. Also included are distance and angle improvement drills, fighting strategy and training, instruction on proper body mechanics, and “Sticking Hands” techniques. Whilst intended for the serious practitioner, The Wing Chun Compendium, Volume Two also teaches the basics of body movement, psychological components of practice and performance, and learn how to use martial arts for overall self-improvement—factors that can lend a hand any martial artists in search of to improve their physical and mental development. The book includes hundreds of tips and techniques in addition to 400 photographs.
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