Guangdong Wing Chun: Forms and Fighting Techniques

Igor Dudukchan
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Wing Chun, it is the most famous and dynamic style of Wushu in the world. Its distinctive features are the simplicity and economy of movements, softness, and flexibility, as well as the effectiveness of defenses and the power of attacks. The main purpose of this branch of Chinese martial arts is the fastest achievement of victory in battle with the minimum effort and energy.

The book offered to readers is devoted to an overview of the Wing Chun Kuen techniques, which became widespread in schools of Guangdong province. The book contains a large number of illustrations detailing the features of the techniques of the style and will be useful for everybody who studies the martial arts.



Chapter 1. The Origin and Development of Wing Chun Kuen

Chapter 2. The philosophical aspects of Wing Chun Kuen

Chapter 3. Stances and movements

Chapter 4. The strikes technique


Elbow strikes


Chapter 5. Defense Techniques

Blocking by hands

Blocking by legs

Chapter 6. Methods of attack

Methods of the first group

Methods of the second group

Techniques of the combination attack

Chapter 7. Methods of Defense and Counterattack

Defending against single punches

Defending against series of strikes

Chapter 8. Special Exercises

Chi Sao - Sticky Hands

- Dang Chi Sau

- Shuang Chi Sau

- Shuang Chi Sau with attacks

Lop Sau - Grabbing Hands

Chapter 9. Forms

The opening form

Sup Yee Sik - The twelve forms

Siu Nim Tao - “The Form of a Small Idea”

Chum Kiu - "Seeking the bridge"

Biu Jee - “Darting fingers”

Chapter 10. Wooden Dummy Form


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