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Wing Chun Vol-1,2,3 DVD Set
Wing Chun Vol-1,2,3 DVD Set
VOL. 1 Siu Lim Tao (Little Idea) Siu Lim Tao is the firsthand form of the Wing Chun Kung Fu system. The form teaches the correct hand and arm positions for attack and defense. Development and use of energy are the focus of Siu Lim Tao training. In this informative DVD, Grandmaster Samuel Kwok teaches the correct method of performing the form as handed down by Ip Man, and gives the student the keys to training the foundation of the Ip Man Wing Chun Kung Fu method. Instruction includes the correct method of performing the form, as well as training methods and the application of each technique. VOL. 2 Chum Kiu (Seeking the Bridge) Chum Kiu is the second form in the Wing Chun Kung Fu system. This form teaches the dynamic application of the techniques learned in Wing Chun s first form Siu Lim Tao. While the first form teaches the correct structure of the attacks and defensive movements, it is in Chum Kiu that the student learns to seek the bridge and use both hands simultaneously, such as one hand defending while the other attacks. Chum Kiu teaches stepping and footwork, and also Wing Chun s specialized kicking method and the generation of power through the correct method of using the entire body in stance turning (Yiu Ma). In this DVD, Grandmaster Kwok also demonstrates and explains in detail the use of Wing Chun s devastating short-range power. VOL. 3 Biu Gee (Thrusting Fingers) Biu Gee thrusting fingers, also known as first aid hand, is the last hand form taught in the Ip Man Wing Chun system. Biu Gee training is one of the keys to learning to focus energy into a strike. Biu Gee also develops devastating striking power by combining focused strikes with the rotational energy developed by correct stance turning (Yiu Ma), as learned in the previous training of the Chum Kiu form. Another key of Biu Gee training is to train the hands to regain the center if the centerline is lost or unguarded. The Biu Gee form teaches two unique methods of footwork, the use of Two Direction Energy and how to control the opponent and effectively use continuous striking movements. In this DVD, Grandmaster Kwok demonstrates the proper method of training this devastating form.
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Val Mijailovic 50 year veteran of martial arts, World Karate Champion, World Karate Union Hall of Fame Inductee, United States Martial Arts Hall of Fame Inductee, Multi-business founder/owner and award winning documentary filmmaker. Val holds a 8th degree black belt in martial arts and is a member of the Academy of Television Arts amp; Sciences - Cinematographers Peer Group. Mijailovic is the founder of several companies including: Cine Sports Production Inc., Northstar Video Duplication Inc., Exclusive Pictures Inc., Check Disc Labs, Inc., currently owner of Martial Arts MASTERS Magazine and em3Video.com Val was 1980 World Karate Champion in the Heavy Weight Division (International Karate Assoc.). He was inducted in to the World Karate Union and United States Martial Arts Hall of Fame in 1999. Val was named by Inside Karate Magazine as one of eight top traditional fighters of all times, August 1998.
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