An Expose on Wing Chun Kung Fu

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Trafford Publishing, 2012 - Sports & Recreation - 128 pages
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An Expose' on Wing Chun Kung Fu delves into the mysteries of this beautiful but deadly Chinese system. It gives an in-depth explanation on the concepts, principles and theories behind the intricate art of Wing Chun Kung Fu. The training methods behind the Sil Lim Tao form are revealed. The book also covers a variety of diverse and complex training methods unique to the Wing Chun system, with photos showing the exact training sequences.

An exciting book for any martial artist who would like to understand the science behind the Art of Wing Chun more deeply.


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An easy to read and understand book on wing chun kung fu principles. Thanks for a great book to read.

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In 1995, Sifu Linda and Sifu Garry commenced the instruction of unarmed combat, empty-hands self-defense skills, disarming techniques (against rifles and bayonets), and the deadly art of traditional Wing Chun Kung Fu to the Australian Army's School of Signals and the 123 single squadron commandos at the Watsonia Army Barracks, Melbourne, Victoria. In 1997, I became the National All Styles Victorian Black Belt Open forms champion, and in 2005, the National All Styles Veterans Kumis champion. My love of Wing Chun has taken myself and my husband to China five times, where we have been lucky enough to meet and train with some of the most influential Chinese masters of the Wing Chun system. I live in Greensborough, a beautiful leafy suburb twenty kilometers from the city of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, where I am lucky enough to have my school at the rear of my house. After twenty years of study in the art of Wing Chun, I feel like my journey is just really beginning. I already feel very privileged to have been in the company of so many wonderful people in the Wing Chun fraternity, in Australia, Hong Kong, and China; and I would like to thank them all for their great warmth and hospitality.

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