Master Wong : Wing Chun Self Defense Vol 2

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Wing Chun is widely recognized as one of the fastest styles in the world. It has a speed and directness of action that is difficult to match. Ideal for self defense as a starting point for further study of Martial Arts or simply as a hobby. Wing Chun is both challenging and rewarding and can be practiced anywhere. This DVD is based solely on Wing Chun as a self defense art. It draws on all three of the original forms but there is little or no training in specific movements or the forms themselves.


Instead, the training is centered on real life application and situations that may arise. In its original form Wing Chun is already an outstanding self defense art but by drawing on his own extensive knowledge, Sifu Wong has created this Wing Chun hybrid to speed learning and make the techniques practical for all. Making use of a partner for much of the training, you will learn how to apply the techniques to people rather than dummies or in thin air.


This form of teaching helps you to understand the energies and forces involved and also demonstrates how the techniques do not require great strength or flexibility to be able to use. Aimed to be an introduction into self defense, this DVD will give you an insight into the world of self preservation and martial arts that is available to everyone but exploited by few.




John            great


This is a great DVD for understanding wing chun. It shows how explosive and dynamic and powerful and fast wing chun can be. Anyone who has any doubts as to whether wing chun is a good self defense art should watch this DVD. All your doubts will be gone fast.



Liz               One of the BEST wing chun dvds on the marke


What you get on this dvd with Master Wong is the real deal. This is how the masters of old (Yip Man, et all) used wing chun in actual combat. Not just teaching forms with no understanding, as taught in most american wing chun schools.

Master Wong's technique is perfect and he is clearly able to able to apply the POWER (yes, wing chun needs power not just technique) and the correct structure to his techniques.

The only word of caution one must take is that in order to do these moves effectively in real combat (not just playing patty cake on the dojo floor), you MUST practice with a partner. You can learn the moves alone but only with a partner (or at least a Mook Jong...."wooden dummy") can you learn the correct sensitivity and power needs of the movements.

But overall, you will not find a better wing chun dvd on the market than the series by Master Wong!




00:49           Push and Front Kick

11:00                    Push and Front Kick

11:33                    Push and Hook

12:05                    Push and Round Kick

12:48                    Push & Eye Job Elbow and Kick

13:29           Punch to the Head

22:57                    Punch to the Head

23:24                    Kick to the Chest

23:46                    Kick to the Chest and Kick to the Ribs

24:19           Kick to the Knee and Legs

33:54                    Tackle 1

34:28                    Tackle 2

35:00                    Double Side Kick to the Body

35:35                    Double Front Kick to the Body