Unknown Wing Chun - The branch of great master Chan Wah Chun

Igor Dudukchan
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   Wing Chun it is a best known and dynamically developed throughout the world Wushu style. Its distinctive features are easiness and economy of movements, softness and compliance and also effectiveness of defenses and power of attacks. The main aim of this direction of Chinese martial arts is a most fast victory in combat with the least expense of forces and energy.
   The offered book is devoted to the survey of Wing Chun Kuen technique, given us by the Great master Chan Wah Shun and his son Chan Yu Min.
   Its special feature is a harmonic combination of traditional Wing Chun Kuen holds with rigid and powerful technique of Southern Shaolin Wushu. In this style besides the widespread forms such as Siu Lim Tao, Chum Kiu, Biu Jee are many new and little known forms such as “Four gates”Saay Moon, “To Conquer tiger”Fuk-fu Kuen, “Red sand hand” - Hung Sha Cheung and other.
   The book contains large number of illustration and will be useful for everybody, who studies the martial arts.

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Chapter 1. Stands and displacements
Chapter 2. The blows technique
Blows by hands
Blows by  elbows
Blows by legs

Chapter 3. Defense technique
Blocking by hands
Blocking by legs

Chapter 4. Chi Sau - «Sticky Hands»
Chapter 5. Lop Sau – “Catching hands”
Chapter 6. Fon Sau – “Binding hands”
Chapter 7. Forms
Form “Greeting”
Siu Lim Tao - “little idea form”
Chum Kiu – “Bridges building”
Biu Jee — “Striking fingers”
Saay Moon — “Four gates”
Siu Lim Tao — Saay Moon
Fook-Fu Kuen – “Conquest of Tiger”
Hung Sha Cheung - “Red sand hand”

Chapter 8. Training with the wooden dummy

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Igor Dudukchan
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May 2, 2017
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   Qigong – it is an art of management of the specific energetic substance Qi. Its history totals several thousand years. Having generated at the earliest stage of human civilization in China, this system developed under the strong influence of the different religious philosophies: Taoism, Buddhism and Confucianism.
   The further development of Qigong led it to the division in several directions: Medical Qigong, Mystic Qigong, Military Qigong.
   Medical Qigong – it is an art of health straightening, prevention and treatment of diseases that impedes premature ageing and favors prolongation of the life.
   It is thought in Chinese medicine, that the root of any disease is a disorder of Qi circulation. When in the channel of any organ, exceed or lack of Qi takes place, that is predominance of Yang or Yin, this organ is injured. If Qi circulation is not balanced in it in proper time it begins to function with stoppages that will result in the disease. That is why the most optimal treatment method is the quickest restoration of the normal circulation of Qi energy in the human body before the appearance of physiological problems.
   Many masters elaborated the own exercises, forms and methods of Qigong, directed of health strengthening and diseases treatment.
   Lianhua Qigong is one of the most effective styles of soft qigong. It was created by Wei Lingyi and Long Lei and many other. The dynamic and static forms of Lianhua Qigong  are presented in this book.


Chapter 1 Theoretical bases of Qigong
Chapter 2 Lianhua Qigong exercises
Dynamic exercises
First form - Yilu
Second form – Erlu
The static exercises
Chapter 3 The stages of understanding Qigong
The stage of basic exercises
The first stage – “Exercising semen, change Qi»
The second stage – “Exercising Qi, change Spirit”
The third stage – “Exercising spirit, return to emptiness”
Appendix 1 The Fourteen meridians
Appendix 2 The Body Points
Appendix 3 Dantians

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