Wing Chun: Advanced Training and Applications

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Black Belt Books, 2007 - 175 pages
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Martial arts legend William Cheung teaches the advanced training theories and practical applications of wing chun kung fu, delving into the nuances of wooden-dummy training, street techniques, weapon defense, and the three-centers principle. In addition, a chapter is devoted to breaking down the author’s famous 100-day Iron Palm Training Program. The succinct writing style and countless photographs (featuring Eric Oram and grandmaster Cheung’s top students) make this book a valuable addition to any martial artist’s library.

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Ridiculous! I'snt Wing Chun, like Tai Chi or Wing Shit. Bad and poor book, sincerely.

About the author (2007)

William Cheung is the grandmaster of wing chun kung fu, a doctor of Chinese medicine, and the creator of a healing program called Cheung's Meridian Therapy. He has 55 years of experience in wing chun and continues to pass his knowledge on to the public through books, instructional DVDs, and seminars.

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