Wing Chun Kung-fu

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Black Belt Communications, 1972 - Sports & Recreation - 223 pages
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Edited by Bruce Lee and featuring jeet kune do legend Ted Wong, this book introduces the reader to the sil lim tao form, the immovable-elbow and centerline theories, chi sao (sticky hands), trapping, and much more. Wing Chun Kung-Fu continues to set the standard for martial arts instructional books, and it has become the perennial study guide for kung fu enthusiasts of all skill levels."
 

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This is the best Wing Ching Book or rather Manuel
That I have ever read and trained with
I yoused it for some 20 years while
Training in Kung Fu. It is clear and easy to read
I highly recommend it. 

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This book means a lot to me.I still remember getting this book in the mail when i was 13!!!
Though Mr.Lee states that you cannot really learn from book, his book has taught more people what wing
chun is than any other source!it's a wonderful book,perfect for any young person or anyone who wants to get started in wing chun. 

Contents

A BRIEF HISTORY OF WING CHUN
13
IMMOVABLE ELBOW
21
ECONOMY OF MOVEMENT
30
SILLIMTAO
42
STRAIGHT PUNCH AND FINGER JAB
122
KICKS
128
SIMULTANEOUS ATTACK AND DEFENSE
140
TRAPPING HANDS
148
PARRIES
160
DEFENDING THE INSIDE HIGH AND LOW GATES
170
DEFENDING THE OUTSIDE HIGH AND LOW GATES
190
ATTACKING THE INSIDE AND OUTSIDE GATES
200
TRAINING METHODS
216
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Granted exclusive access to Lee's personal notes, sketches, and readings, John Little is the world's preeminent authority on Bruce Lee and his work.

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