What is Wing Chun Kung Fu?
Grandmaster Yip Man and Bruce Lee
Wing Chun gained considerable notoriety in part because of Bruce Lee. Lee trained under Master Yip Man (Ip Man) who taught the following core principles:
1. Remain disciplined – uphold yourself ethically as a martial artist
2. Practice courtesy and righteousness – serve the community and honor your family
3. Love your fellow students or classmates – be united and avoid conflicts
4. Limit your desires and pursuit of bodily pleasures – preserve the proper spirit
5. Train diligently and make it a habit – never let the skill leave your body
6. Learn to develop spiritual tranquility – abstain from arguments and fights
7. Participate in society – be conservative, cultured and gentle in your manners
8. Help the weak and the very young – use your martial skill for the good of humanity
9. Pass on the tradition – preserve the Chinese arts and its Rules of Conduct
The moment I engaged in combat with an opponent, my mind was completely perturbed and unstable. Especially after a series of exchanging blows and kicks, all my theory of gentleness was gone. My only thought left was somehow or another I must beat him and win.
“My instructor, Professor Yip Man, head of the wing chun school, would come up to me and say: ‘Relax and calm your mind. Forget about yourself and follow your opponent’s movement. Let your mind, the basic reality, do the countermovement without any interfering deliberation. Above all, learn the art of detachment.’
Learn Wing Chun From Sifu Chuck O’Neill
There is now a video-based course on the art of Wing Chun from Sifu Chuck O’Neill–a 3rd generation instructor from the great Grandmaster Yip Man. (Yip Man => Moy Yat => Nelson Chan => Chuck O’Neill).
This is the most thorough and comprehensive video course available, and right now, you can get your copy at a discounted price by following this link: ==>> Wing Chun Online Course
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“Hey Sifu Chuck. I just wanted to let you know that I’ve recently bought two of your videos, Chi Sau 1 and 2. As a matter of fact, I just finished watching the first video and I have to say that you do a great job explaining each drill. I especially like that you introduce, review, and add a final key point. I also learned a lot from the last few drills (Jip Sau/Jup Sao) because in my classes, we have never done anything like that and looking ack I feel like I could have benefited and accelerated my Chi Sao training.” Edgar Ong, New York, NY
“I was interested in learning at least the basics of Wing Chun, but I travel extensively for work which makes it almost impossible to participate in instructor lead training. Though I was prepared to be disappointed, I purchased the Sil Lim Tau and Chi Sau videos. I found them to be extremely well presented and very easy to follow with lots of repetition and explanation… I couldn’t be happier. Thanks!” T Purlman
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