Wing Chun Compendium - Belonoha W. - Book
  • Wing Chun Compendium - Belonoha W. - Book

Wing Chun Compendium - Belonoha W. - Book

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Designed centuries ago by a Buddhist nun and Shaolin master, wing chun was mastered by a legendary young woman, Yim Wing Chun, after whom the system was na
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Designed centuries ago by a Buddhist nun and Shaolin master, wing chun was mastered by a legendary young woman, Yim Wing Chun, after whom the system was named. The martial art of wing chun is designed to defeat larger, stronger opponents and is easy to learn, so anyone can benefit from and apply the movements. Wing chun (ving tsun) uses simple yet extremely effective movements. It applies scientific principles to the natural motions of the body to easily redirect and transfer force without using strength. With simultaneous block and attack, the opponent is given no chance to recover. The philosophy and practices of ving tsun teach how to stay calm and centered in the face of danger. This aligns it with the theories of Confucianism and Buddhism. Ving tsun also follows the balanced principles of yin and yang, where both hard and soft work with each other to deflect stronger forces. To make the whole system work perfectly one needs to strive for balance of opposites. Ving tsun also aims for the center of the opponent, a balance between left and right. Holding the middle, or balancing left and right, creates a parallel between philosophy and martial art. Author Wayne Belonoha is a third generation direct descendant of lp Man, the only formal teacher of Bruce Lee. He is a certified Ving Tsun Instructor Master Degree, Level 7. He performed for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth and at the lp Man Hall Grand Opening in Foshan, China. He currently teaches in Alberta, Canada, where he founded the Canadian Ving Tsun Academy Acknowledgements • Table Of Contents • About the Author • Introduction • Proverb from Grandmaster Sunny Tang THEORY Technical • Kung Fu Life • Philosophy • Training Guides amp Limits • Common Questions TECHNIQUES Overview • Punching • Taan Sau Palm Up Block • Lap Sau - Pulling Hand • Bong Sau Wing Hand • Fook Sau Resting Hand • Paak Sau Slapping Hand • Gang Sau Cultivating Hand • Wu Sau Guarding Hand • Kwan Sau Rotating Hand • Hyun Sau Circling Hand • Jat Sau - Jerking Hand • Man Sau Asking Hand • Gam Sau Pressing Hand • Pou Paai Jeung Double Palm • Biu Sau - Thrusting Hand • Gwai Jaang - Elbow Strike • Yj Ji Kim Yeung Ma Goat Squeezing Stance • Che Ma Shifting • Jeun Ma Footwork • Bong Geuk Wing Leg • Tek - Kicking DRILLS Introduction • Stepping Drill • Gang Da • Paak Sau • Paak Da • Taan Da • Lap Da • Hyun Sau • Kwan Sau • Maai Sang Jong • Bong Sau / Lap Da • Paak Sau with Stepping • Drills with Shifting • Drills with Step In • Timing for Kick Attack • Bong Geuk • Punching with Footwork • Kick Defence • Chi Geuk CHI SAU Overview • Single Hand Chi Sau • Double Arm Chi Sau • Drills • Tips for improvement • Purpose of Chi Sau • Footwork • Trapping FORMS Sju Nim Tau • Cham Kiu • Biu Ji PRESSURE POINTS Overview • The Organs and Their Meridians • Application • The Gallblader Meridian • The Liver Meridian • The Kidney Meridian • The Stomach Meridian • The Small Intestine Meridian • The Lung Meridian • The Large Intestine Meridian • The Triple Warmer Meridian HEALTH amp FITNESS Overview • Health • Fitness TERMINOLOGY Overview • Ai-Ch • Ch-Da • Da-Fu • Fu-Go • Gu-Ja • Ja-Ka • Ke-Lu • Lu-Pa • Pa-Sa • Sa-Si • Si-Te • Ti-Ya • Ya-Yu ADDENDUM Reflections of Siu Nim Tau After 30 Years by Grandmaster Sunny Tang BIBLIOGRAPHY
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