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Beladiri Wingchun merupakan beladiri yang mengutamakan ketenangan dan kebajikan namun sangat efektif dalam pertarungan. Gerakan-gerakan Wingchun banyak memanfaatkan serangan dari pihak lawan untuk menyerang balik dengan teknik yang efisien, cepat dan tepat sasaran.
Paket ini ditujukan untuk para praktisi Wingchun atau yang berminat mempelajari dan mendalami beladiri Wingchun.
Tak lupa disertakan trilogi film Ip-Man yang merupakan sejarah dari pendiri beladiri Wingchun dan perjuangaannya melawan penjajah di Cina pada jamannya.
Materi 1 : Trilogi Film Ip-Man (Harga ecer Rp. 30.000,-)
Ip Man atau Ip Kai Man (Pinyin: Yè Wèn) (lahir di Foshan, Guangdong, China, 1 Oktober 1893 – meninggal di Hong Kong, 2 Desember 1972 pada umur 79 tahun), lebih dikenal dengan Guru Besar Ip Man adalah praktisi ilmu bela diri Cina pertama yang mengajarkan Wing Chun secara terbuka. Dia memiliki beberapa murid yang kemudian menjadi guru bela diri independen diantaranya Kwok Fu, Lun Kai, Ip Chun, Ip Ching, Leung Sheung dan juga Bruce Lee.
Ip Man lahir di Foshan, provinsi Guandong pada tahun 1893 masa pemerintahan Kaisar Guangxu, Dinasti Qing. Dia adalah anak ketiga dari empat bersaudara yang dilahirkan dari pasangan Ip Oi dan Ng Shui. Abang dan kakaknya bernama Ip Kai Gak dan Ip Wan Hum. Ip Man tumbuh dalam keluarga kaya dan menerima pendidikan dengan standar tinggi
Ip Man & Wing Chun
Ketika Ip Man berumur 9 tahun dia mulai belajar Wing chun dari Chan WahSun. Karena umur gurunya yang sudah tua, Ip Man lebih banyak belajar ilmu dari Ng Chungsok, senior kedua dalam satu perguruan. Setelah tiga tahun Ip Man berlatih Wing Chun, Chan WahSun meninggal dunia.
Pada umur 15, Ip Man pindah ke Hong Kong dengan bantuan temannya Leung Fut Ting. Satu tahun kemudian, Ip melanjutkan pendidikan di perguruan tinggi St. Stephen di Hong Kong yang merupakan sekolah untuk keluarga kaya dan orang asing yang menetap di Hong Kong. Menurut kedua puteranya, Ip Ching dan Ip Chun, ketika di St. Stephen, Ip Man turut campur tangan setelah melihat polisi asing memukuli seorang wanita. Petugas polisi itu mencoba menyerang Ip Man yang menggunakan ilmu bela dirinya untuk menjatuhkan polisi itu dan kemudian berlari ke sekolah dengan teman sekelasnya.
Temannya memberitahu Ip Man bahwa ada seorang lelaki tua yang tinggal di lingkungan yang sama dan mengundang Ip untuk menemuinya. Lelaki tua itu bertanya kepada Ip Man "Ilmu bela diri apakah yang kamu pelajari?" dan Ip Man berkata "Kamu tidak akan mengerti". Ip ditantang untuk berlatih Chi Sau (bentuk latihan menyerang dan bertahan dengan kedua tangan). Ip Man menganggap hal tersebut merupakan kesempatan bagus untuk meningkatkan ilmu bela dirinya, akan tetapi dia dipukuli hanya setelah beberapa serangan. Ternyata Lelaki tua itu adalah Leung Bik, anak dari Leung Jan, guru dari Chan WahSun yang tidak lain adalah gurunya Ip Man. Setelah kejadian itu, Ip Man melanjutkan latihan Wing Chun dengan berguru kepada Leung Bik. Pada Umur 24 tahun Ip Man kembali ke Foshan dengan keahlian Wing Chun yang sangat baik.
Di Foshan, Ip Man menjadi seorang pengusaha. Dia tidak menjalankan perguruan Wing Chun secara formal, tetapi mengajar beberapa bawahan, teman dan relasinya. Kwok Fu dan Lun Kai adalah dua murid pertama Ip Man yang kemudian mereka sendiri juga mengajarkan Wing Chun. Seni bela diri Wing Chun di Foshan dan wilayah Guandong terutama berasal dari kedua murid ini.
Perguruan Wing Chun
Ip Man mengungsi ke kampung halaman Kwok Fu pada saat Jepang menguasai Foshan. Dia kembali ke Foshan setelah perang berakhir, dan berprofesi sebagai polisi. Pada akhir tahun 1949, partai Komunis Cina memenangkan perang sipil. Ip Man yang juga seorang pejabat dari partai politik oposisi Kuomintang memutuskan untuk melarikan diri ke Hong Kong tanpa keluarganya ketika para Komunis datang ke Foshan. Di Hongkong, Ip Man membuka Perguruan bela diri Wing Chun.
Pada awalnya bisnis perguruan tidak berjalan lancar karena murid - muridnya hanya bertahan beberapa bulan. Dia memindahkan perguruannya sampai dua kali yaitu ke jalan Hoi Tan di Sham Shui Po dan kemudian ke jalan Lee Tat di Yau Ta Tei. Pada saat itu, beberapa muridnya sudah cukup ahli untuk mulai membuka perguruan sendiri. Beberapa dari murid Ip Man dan keturunannya melagakan kemampuan Wing Chun mereka dengan praktisi bela diri lainnya dalam pertarungan. Kemenangan murid - muridnya membantu meningkatkan reputasi Ip Man sebagai Guru Besar Wing Chun. Pada tahun 1967, Ip Man dan beberapa muridnya mendirikan Asosiasi Wing Chun di Hongkong yang dikenal dengan "Hong Kong Ving Tsun Athletic Association".
Wafatnya Sang Legenda
Pada tahun 1972, Ip Man menderita kanker dan meninggal dunia pada tanggal 2 Desember pada tahun yang sama. Kira - kira enam bulan sebelum dia meninggal, dia berpesan kepada kedua puteranya dan muridnya Lau Hon Lam untuk membuat rekaman video aksi Wing Chun yang diperagakannya. Dia memperagakan Sil Lim Tau, Chum Kiu dan "Muk Ren Zhong" atau "The Dummy form". Hal ini disebabkan rasa sakit yang dideritanya dan lemahnya dan ketidakstabilan kaki karena penyakit kanker. Sebenarnya Ip Man ingin memperagakan Biu Gee, bentuk latihan dengan menggunakan pisau dan galah panjang. Akan tetapi Ip Chun, Ip Ching dan Lau Hong Lam melarangnya karena Biu Gee memerlukan energi yang besar untuk diperagakan. Ip Man mempunyai banyak murid dan khawatir mereka akan mengadopsi sistem Wing Chun yang salah, alasan itulah yang membuat Ip Man memfilmkan peragaan Wing Chun. Video peragaan Sil Lim Tau, Chum Kiu dan "Muk Ren Zhong"
Karena reputasi Ip Man yang bagus, kisah kehidupannya dan Wing Chun dibuat menjadi film layar lebar diantaranya Ip Man 1, Ip Man 2 dan The Legend Is Born – Ip Man. Film tersebut berpedoman pada buku yang ditulis oleh Ip Ching dan Ron Heimberger dan juga cerita lisan dari Ip Chun.
Materi 2 : Master Wong Ultimate Tutorial - masterwong.com
Materi berisi :
- 4 part/session Wing Chun Sil Lim Tao
- 3 part/session Wing Chun Chun Chum Kiu
- 4 part/session Wing Chun Biu Jee
- 3 part/session Wing Chun 116 Dummy
- 2 part/session Wing Chun Fighting Art
- 3 part/session Wing Chun Self Defense
Sil Lim Tao (senilai $16.363)
Wing Chun Sil Lim Tao Part 1
This video deals with the basic, but absolutely essential aspects: hand and foot work, stepping, basic punching, kicking and the principles of the centreline. Wing Chun has a speed and directness of action that is difficult to match. Master Wong's Wing Chun will teach you to effectively utilize the unique and powerful qualities of this system.
Wing Chun Sil Lim Tao Part 2
This video will move you on to basic hand techniques between two people, blocking of punches and kicks, how to grab as well as body positioning and the first fundamental combinations of Master Wong's Sil Lim Tao System.
Wing Chun Sil Lim Tao Part 3
In this part Master Wong will move you on to how to control your opponent with the basic uses of stepping and trapping, as well as the full Sil Lim Tao form with complete overview on application from Master Wong.
Wing Chun Sil Lim Tao Part 4
The last part of Sil Lim Tao, this instalment deals with each component of the Sil Lim Tao form by breaking it down in detail, with complete explanation of how each specific principle of movement and technique is applied.
Chum Kiu (senilai $16.363)
Wing Chun Chum Kiu Part 1
This first part will introduce you to the invaluable aspects of 'energy drills' including -- Punch Drills, Elbow Drills, Lap Sao and how to change between each, eventually becoming a light spar in which to practice in real time the techniques you have learned. The importance of training like this is developing these tools as second nature, making use of sensitivity in combat. Master Wong's Chum Kiu takes his Wing Chun syllabus to the next level. The essence of 'Sinking Bridge' implements how Wing Chun breaks down, and destroys your opponent's defences.
Wing Chun Chum Kiu Part 2
This part will illustrate in detail the finer points of how to punch properly and at close range, the use of pads to enhance the mechanics of your body movement, as well as how to move and control a person at close range in the combat zone using Wing Chun. Master Wong's Chum Kiu takes his Wing Chun syllabus to the next level. The essence of 'Sinking Bridge' implements how Wing Chun breaks down, and destroys your opponent's defences.
Wing Chun Chum Kiu Part 3
Lastly, this final part will take you step by step as before through the Chum Kiu form. Master Wong will guide you in detail, with complete explanation on how to apply each element in Chum Kiu. Master Wong's Chum Kiu takes his Wing Chun syllabus to the next level. The essence of 'Sinking Bridge' implements how Wing Chun breaks down, and destroys your opponent's defences.
Biu Jee (senilai $16.363)
Wing Chun Biu Jee Part 1
Goes through the entire Biu Jee form and its application; broken down into individual parts with overview. You will be taken in detail through how to utilize Biu Jee effectively and safely. Master Wong illustrates with action how to utilize the specific techniques inherent in Biu Jee - how to break down and finish off your opponent.
Wing Chun Biu Jee Part 2
Continues directly from Part 1 with demonstration and explanation of the Biu Jee form and its application in the close range combat zone.
Wing Chun Biu Jee Part 3
Introduces full energy drill and Chi Sao, with explanation on reasons for its use, and direct demonstration of its capabilities within punch drill, elbow drill and lap sao, focally illustrating how to flow naturally at speed in between drills. Also, further details from Master Wong on extreme close "inch" range.
Wing Chun Biu Jee Part 4
Part 4 places emphasis on striking to vital points with the lower and upper parts of the body, finger strikes, controlling body position and becoming accurate within Biu Jee's most destructive aspects.
116 Dummy (senilai $16.363)
Wing Chun 116 Dummy Part 1
Part 1 deals with the 'how's' and 'why's' of practicing application on a person in relation to methods used in dummy training.
This exclusive area deals with the optimisation of speed, accuracy, conditioning, and the application of power with technique. 116 Dummy is arguably the ultimate in Wing Chun training aids. This takes Wing Chun application to the next stage by applying it in real time with the use of this tool thereby increasing the bodies abilities and allowing the practitioner to move harder and faster.
Wing Chun 116 Dummy Part 2
Part 2 introduces how to manoeuvre the body in and around the dummy using Wing Chun body movement, how to step, kick, punch, and block the dummy as if it were a human being.
Wing Chun 116 Dummy Part 3
This part guides you through all 116 movements of the full Wing Chun 'Dummy' form, with complete overview of specific techniques when practicing with the dummy to ensure correct training.
Fighting Art (senilai $16.363)
Wing Chun Fighting Art Part 1
This first part gathers the most fundamental movements and methods of offence and defence from Sil Lim Tao and Chum Kiu, and puts them into the fighting zone, teaching you the best ways to attack in specific situations as well as defend, along with further use of advanced techniques with deeper explanation of how and why, breaking down its use.
Wing Chun Fighting Art Part 2
This second part deals with offensive and defensive situations within Biu Jee, and 116 Dummy training in Master Wong's Wing Chun System. This teaches you how the ideas and fundamental principles of these two areas of training are applied as they occur in the 'real world'.
Self Defence (senilai $16.363)
Wing Chun Self Defence Part 1
This first instalment will take you through the use of basic Wing Chun techniques for self-defence, including how to get out of grabs, defend against various assaults such as pushing, hitting and kicking.
By drawing on his extensive learning Master Wong has created this hybrid method of training in order to speed up learning. Wing Chun's nature, as an outstanding form of self-defence has been made more available and practical for all. For much of the training you will practice with a partner, learning to apply specific techniques to people rather than dummies or thin air.
Wing Chun Self Defence Part 2
This second part goes into detail on the defensive techniques against straight punches, kicks, hooks and tackling, as well as how to implement the elbow, the knee and the legs effectively against vulnerable areas, and how to control distance in relation to your opponent.
Wing Chun Self Defence Part 3
This last part includes further aspects of self defence against mugging assaults such as bear hugs, grabs to the throat etc... Also, complete explanation of how to defend against knives using Wing Chun Self Defence.
Materi 3 : David Peterson Wing Chun Collection
Siu Nim Tao Seminar (senilai $48.95)
Simply stated the “Siu Nim Tau” DVD by Sifu David Peterson is a painstaking labor of love that is a meticulously thorough, in-depth seminar reviewing the revered late Wong Shun Leung’s Siu Nim Tau. Emphasis on the thoroughness of the seminar cannot be overstated. Sifu Peterson spends well over three hours covering theory, modifications, points, applications and the many ideas behind Siu Nim Tau that Sifu Wong acquired through his vast experience with Biemo. The seminar is actually a set of two DVDs: the first DVD covers the first two sections of the form, while the second DVD finishes out the form and then shows a question and answer session, drills and the form itself without commentary.
After many years of teaching Sifu David Peterson has reached a point at which he has felt comfortable enough to release DVDs which are to cover the late Sifu Wong Shun Leung’s Wing Chun Kuen. Sifu Peterson has been referred to as the blueprint of Wong Shun Leung Wing Chun Kuen; the reference to the blueprint meaning precise and exact. This “Siu Nim Tau” seminar DVD is the first in that series and indeed Sifu Peterson’s skill at instruction comes through with modification of Sifu Wong’s ideas.
The Siu Nim Tau seminar is presented as a two DVD set. Sifu Peterson is actually a teacher and that aspect of his career comes through quite clearly as he presents the seminar with the attention to the minutest detail of the form with an abundance of clarity. To give the reader an idea of the time required to cover such detail the chapter lengths of the DVD are as follows: disk one; section one is 77:52, section two is 47:45; and on disk two section three is 40:20. That total does not include additional material on disk two such as the form itself, questions, and drills which are an additional 5:00, 11:40, 10: 12 respectively. The seminar is well over three hours in total.
The late Sifu Wong Shun Leung had very clear ideas about Wing Chun’s Siu Nim Tau form, which he elaborated to his students. To this end each section of Siu Nim Tau is given an overall concept heading, which are: section 1 - structure, section 2 – recovery, and section 3 - coordination. With this in mind Sifu Peterson then guides the viewer through a highly detailed exploration of the form as he addresses individual movements within the section and relates them to the main idea of each of the sections. This approach gives the viewer a clearer idea of the relevance of the individual movements of the sections of the form.
Sifu Peterson breaks up the form into the traditional three sections, demonstrates the form’s movements, reviews each of the forms individual movements with an eye to exacting detail, illuminates important points of the individual movements, provides ideas and theories from his instructor (this is important as Sifu Peterson makes clear why Sifu Wong practiced and most tellingly taught the form as he did), illustrates each movement of the form with a seminar volunteer, and finally concludes that section by reviewing salient ideas presented in bulleted points. This same structure is carried out until the entire form is covered at which point questions from participants from the seminar are taken and then drill exercises are covered.
Wong Shun Leung Wing Chun is a modification of Grandmaster Yip Man’s Wing Chun. Sifu Peterson clarifies the modifications that Sifu Wong came to realize as a result of Sifu Wong’s Beimo experiences with great and sometimes humorous anecdotes. When viewing the DVD one comes to realize the respect that Sifu Wong had for Wing Chun and in turn passed on to his students. Further, the DVD is strictly Wong Shun Leung without reinterpretation on the part of Sifu Peterson.
In conclusion David Peterson’s Wong Shun Leung’s “Siu Nim Tau” seminar is a well-documented DVD that examines in depth the form as Wong Shun Leung practiced and taught. The DVD is well produced with only a hint of interruption from time to time. The sound quality is great and the production was clearly professional. There are no problems with lighting or sound and as mentioned there are bulleted highlights of the ideas behind each section of the form. This is a DVD well deserving of five stars out of five and one can only guess that Sifu Peterson’s output will continue to improve as he becomes more practiced at issuing DVDs. The only negative thing I would comment on is that the form should have been presented initially before the in-depth examination of the form was presented. This would set the stage for the viewer to have greater appreciation of the genius of Wong Shun Leung. Instead the complete form occurs on disc two, which while still relevant may be a bit confusing for some.
Cham Kiu Seminar (senilai $48.95)
Once again Sifu Peterson, “The Blue Print of Wong Shun Leung Wing Chun” has produced an exceptional DVD video on Cham Kiu (bridge-seeking), the second form of Wing Chun titled “ Cham Kiu Seminar.” This seminar follows Sifu Peterson’s “Siu Nim Tau Seminar” format with the exception that Sifu Peterson shows the form before delving into the specifics of the techniques. Presented on two DVDs the seminar is quite lengthy due to the extraordinary amount of detail that Sifu Peterson covers, along with anecdotes about Wong Shun Leung’s philosophy, experiences garnered from Beimo and discussions with Yip Man, as well as including Wong’s student days, questions, exercises and review. The most important idea from Wong Shun Leung is that Wing Chun is concept based not technique based. There is no “if this then that” instead Sifu Wong viewed Wing Chun as a toolshed with perfect techniques/tools waiting to be utilized. If you have purchased or are thinking about purchasing the book “Look Beyond the Pointing Finger - The Combat Philosophy of Wong Shun Leung,” also by David Peterson and now in its second edition, this DVD is the perfect compliment. The philosophies discussed in the book are present in every part of the form and the actual execution of the form. In fact one might say that the David Peterson DVDs are an extension of the book.
In Depth :
Continuing in his coverage of the late Wong Shun Leung’s Wing Chun, Sifu David Peterson (also the author of “Look Beyond the Pointing Finger – The Combat Philosophy of Wong Shun Leung” now is its second edition) has released a second DVD in his series of Wong Shun Leung Wing Chun covering the second form of Wing Chun entitled “Cham Kiu Seminar.” This is the second DVD in SIfu Peterson’s series of which there are currently three DVDs. “The Blue Print of Wong Shun Leung Wing Chun Kung Fu” indeed lives up to his name. Sifu Peterson not only presents the form, but goes into each of the movements with exacting and precise detail with laser-like focus, which is why this DVD is a great deal lengthier than the typical Cham Kiu DVD. This encyclopedic presentation by Sifu Peterson clearly demonstrates the genius of Wong Shun Leung.
Cham Kiu differs from Sil Nim Tau in that there is stepping, pivoting, directional change, techniques specific to Chi Sau (the genius of Wing Chun) as well as the first in a series of kicks within the Wing Chun system and of course the idea of hitting a moving target. Within the Sifu Wong’s Cham Kiu form many ideas are presented such as: creating the bridge, borrowing force, using the elbow to find the center line, always facing the opponent, Soh Sau and of course recovery – since no one is perfect. These are but a few examples of the important points that are cleverly elaborated by Sifu Peterson.
Wong Shun Leung distilled Wing Chun concepts and practices both as student and by lengthy discussions with from Yip Man, as well as Sifu Wong’s numerous Beimo (challenge fights) matches. Grandmaster Yip Man encouraged his students to try out their skills outside of the classroom. Wong Shun Leung did exactly that by putting his learning and skills to immediate testing. Practicality of Wing Chun techniques in the Beimo matches prompted Sifu Wong to modify Wing Chun and to develop a set of philosophies that build on Grandmaster Yip Man’s teachings. It should be stressed that Wong Shun Leung was one of a handful of students who learned the entire system of Wing Chun directly from Yip Man. This cannot be said for all of Yip Man’s students. It should also be mentioned that Wong Shun Leung was known as “King of Talking with the Hands” as he never lost a challenge fight regardless of his opponent’s martial art. Following the logic of Wong Shun Leung, Sifu Peterson breaks down the Cham Kiu form into the traditional three sections and presents ideas behind the techniques of each section within the form by both discussion and demonstration. Sifu Wong likened Wing Chun to a toolshed of perfect tools waiting to be utilized, but in not any particular order. Sifu Peterson also states that the form presents ideas that are useful in Chi Sau. Of course Grandmaster Yip Man regarded Chi Sau as the “genius of Wing Chun.”
Wong Shun Leung concepts and modifications presented by Sifu Peterson can sometimes be as subtle as the turn of the wrist with Lan Sau or quite evident such as the Waan Geurk or side kick near the last of the form. Whenever a technique or modification has been added to the form by Wong Shun Leung Sifu Peterson explains the precise reasoning behind that particular modification – nothing is left to the imagination of the viewer. Sifu Peterson is quite thoroughly complete in his explanations of the concepts presented on the DVD. Most insightful are the numerous anecdotes that Sifu Peterson relates to the viewer that give the viewer an inside perspective of Wong Shun Leung’s experiences, ideas, reasoning, and even his early training days with other students of Yip Man.
The DVD is presented in the nearly the same format as the first seminar, “Siu Nim Tau Seminar”, on two DVDs, with the exception that the Cham Kiu form is presented in its entirety at the very beginning of the seminar. Additionally, each section’s important ideas is highlighted before the section is presented, while all sections are again highlighted at the end of the presentation of the section with important points of that section to instill the essential points of that section to the viewer. This serves the viewer as reminder of the most pertinent points behind the specific section of the form, which Sifu Wong wanted to impart to his students. The seminar timings are: disk 1: 59:20 (section one), 40:30 (section two), 21:44 s(section three); and disk 2: 3:41 (form), 11:20 (questions), 33:10 (drills).
To further the viewer’s education and demonstrate the effectiveness of Wong Shun Leung’s Wing Chun Sifu Peterson works with a seminar participant on each of the techniques. It is here that Sifu Peterson shows the Wong Shun Leung way. Again each concept is explained with great detail. Sifu Peterson does not pick participants out of favor, but works with a variety of body types to emphasize the effectiveness and the genius that is behind Wong Shun Leung Wing Chun. Perhaps more telling is when Sifu Peterson demonstrates what happens when he does not use Sifu Wong’s methods and ideas whether this be the loss of balance, being uprooted, or chasing hands rather than center to name but a few examples. In summary, Sifu Peterson has done an outstanding job of presenting Wong Shun Leung’s Wing Chun. Sifu Peterson does this by minutely examining the form, the ideas and following these up with demonstrations all the while highlighting the important points that Wong Shun Leung gleaned from his experiences on the streets of Hong Kong as well as his detailed discussions with Grandmaster Yip Man. This is truly a DVD that should be in the media library of any Wing Chun practitioner or potential student. Finally, the idea that Wing Chun is concept based rather than technique based is presented repeatedly the viewer. This was central to Sifu Wong’s Wing Chun ideology, and his mastery of Wing Chun as arguably its finest proponent in Hong Kong. The DVD is most highly recommended.
Mook Yan Jong Seminar (senilai $48.95)
On this new DVD by Sifu David Peterson, the third in the seminar series, the viewer is taken through the famous Wing Chun Muk Yan Jong ( "Wooden Dummy ") form as taught to Peterson by his instructor, the late Sifu Wong Shun Leung.
Each section of the form is presented in minute detail, describing the correct way to perform each action, and how these techniques and concepts can be applied in actual combat. Peterson also provides fascinating insights into the history and evolution of this aspect of Wing Chun Kuen.
Running in excess of THREE hours, the seminar presentation provides an in-depth summary of this unique training apparatus, from which any practitioner of Wing Chun can gain through repeated viewing.
Materi 4 : Wing Chun Sifu Gary Lam - Fighting Strategy
Materi 5 : Complete System of Wooden Dummy by Sifu Gary Lam
Materi 6 : Wing Chun - The Science of In-Fighting (Harga Ecer Rp. 30.000,-)
Materi 7 : ebook Wing Chun Traditional Chinese Kung Fu for Self-Defence & Health by GM Ip Chun & Michael Tse
Materi 8 : ebook Complete Wing Chun - The Definitive Guide to Wing Chun's History and Traditions - Robert Chu, Rene Ritchie, Y. Wu
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Materi 9 : Udemy - How to FIGHT Using Wing Chun Kung Fu
This video course will drastically improve your fighting abilities and understanding of Wing Chun Principles
- Basic Concepts
- Maximizing the Straight Punch
- When and How to Use Chain Punching in a Fight
- Why is Footwork Important
- Wing Chun Dodging
- How to Use Moving Punching
- Training the Wallbag in Wing Chun
- How to Visualize
- When and How to Use Tan Da in a Fight
- How to Maximize your Footwork
- Long Range Wing Chun
- How to make your kicks invisible
- Tripping & Sweeping Actions
- What Makes Quality Chi Zao
- Defending Against a Roundhouse Kick
Materi 10 : Ip Chun - Wooden Dummy Technique vol 1 and 2 ($40)
An ancient story tells how, three hundred years ago, a nun fled from the destruction of the Shaolin Temple and brought the world a method of unarmed combat par excellence. This previously secret art is now the most widely practiced Kung Fu system throughout the world.
Ip Chun is the son of Ip Man - Bruce Lee’s instructor. In this program, the Grandmaster performs the two forms against the Wooden Dummy then the forms solo, and finally the applications.
The footage contained in the program is unique and is only available in the US from Everything Wing Chun. Produced by Legend Productions, UK.
* Wooden Man Form (2 angles)
* Wing Chun History
* The Air Dummy
* Techniques from the Dummy
* Chi Sao
* Sil Lum Tao
* Chum Kiu
* Biu Jee
* Ip Man 8mm Footage of Sil Lum Tao
* Ip Man 8mm Footage of Chum Kiu
Materi 11 : William Cheung (Wing Chun Grandmaster) - Fighting Strategies
"On November 22, 1998, Grandmaster William Cheung was inducted into the 1998 Blitz Hall of Fame. He has been called 'The Masters' Master' and was considered by Bruce Lee to be the 'ultimate fighter'. William Cheuk Hing Cheung was the sole inheritor of the Traditional Wing Chun Kung Fu system, and was the person responsible for introducing Bruce Lee to Wing Chun Kung Fu.
In 1951, at the age of ten, Cheung started his training in Wing Chun Kung Fu under the late Grandmaster Yip Man. From 1954 to 1958 Cheung was a live-in student of Grandmaster Yip Man. It was during this time that he inherited the complete system of Traditional Wing Chun Kung Fu."
Materi 12 : PDF Beginning Wing Chun - Why Wing Chun Works
Setting a new benchmark in martial arts literature, this completely revised edition has been updated to reflect the evolution of training methods, both of the author and of the martial arts world in general. Once again this essential manual is clearly illustrated with photography and diagrams, but in addition, it now contains a complete set of training drills, with key footwork and concept linking methods. Fighting practice, fence work, and strength and conditioning are also included in this comprehensive reworking of a classic book. Learn how Wing Chun works, why it is so effective in practice and why its methods differ so radically from other martial arts.
Materi 13 : Film Ip-Man Final Fight
In postwar Hong Kong, legendary Wing Chun grandmaster Ip Man is reluctantly called into action once more, when what begin as simple challenges from rival kung fu styles soon draw him into the dark and dangerous underworld of the Triads. Now, to defend life and honor, he has no choice but to fight one last time.
Paket Belajar WingChun (WI)
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