Learn a Martial Arts that was Designed to Combat Multiple Attackers, Bigger Opponents, and Fast Strikers to Finish a Fight in Less than 30 Seconds!

The last system created by the Shaolin Temple, Perfected to become skilled in less time than any other system around.

A Complete Wing Chun Program that Pulls NO Punches!

Wing Chun was Bruce Lee's First Martial Art, taught to him by Grandmaster Ip Man.

Wing Chun is a powerful self defense system created by the Shaolin monks to create acomplete martial artist in the shortest amount of time. It uses practical movements and good common sense to work as effective as possible. The monks created Wing Chun as a condensed form of martial arts, cutting all the corners in terms of it’s effectiveness in self defense. Every character and movement in Wing Chun is accounted for and done with precision, angulation, and body structure

Wing Chun is composed of Three forms, Wooden Dummy, Fighting Drills, and Chi-Sau, and weapons(Butterfly Knives/Long Pole). Each element gives you different teachings to make you a well-balanced Martial Artist.

Wing Chun is a Complete System and Extremely Rich in Information. Economical in Motion, Powerful in Application, and 100% Effective for Anyone to Use!

Here's a Step by Step Plan on How You Can Learn Wing Chun Online. Every Phase in a Progression till you can USE this Powerful System.


Phase #1 – Wing Chun’s First Form Siu Lum Tao
In this Phase you will be learning anatomical structure, correct positioning of your hand characters, and proper Wing Chun energy. The first form is the building block to effective Wing Chun, and I highlight and point out the first form throughout the entire program. It is a tool that should be practiced correctly, I have broken down the first form into 3 segments with the sequence, proper structure/character placement, and how & when to use the hand characters. Also you will learn the first form applications for fighting drills, chi-sau, and lap-sau.

Phase #2 – The Foundation Phase
The foundation module is dedicated to new Wing Chun practitioners. You will learn the very basics of Wing Chun such as the Wing Chun horse stance, shifting, and moving with the horse stance, proper and powerful chain punching, the basics of body unity and timing. This phase you will be coordinating your body to adapt to the Wing Chun style. With this information the progression to the drills, and being able to fight with Wing Chun will be much easier and faster.

Phase #3 – Fundamental Explanations
The Fundamental Explanations is the main phase of the course because here you will be getting the hand characters in sets. These fundamentals are used in Wing Chun to stop any attack coming your way. Just one of these fundamental explanations can be used to stop anything from a jab, hook, or even kicks. They are the most powerful tools in Wing Chun, and in this phase I give you the complete explanation. I break down each fundamental hand and fundamental kicks to assure you learn every aspect of it. These will be used in congruence with your fighting drills, and focus pad training drills so you become accustomed and internalize them into muscle memory.

Phase #4 – Core Concepts/Principles Webinars
Core Concepts Webinars are about giving you deeper understanding in what your are doing. By this part of the course you will have already studied the first form, foundation, and fundamental explanations. It’s time to give your Wing Chun more substance behind what you are doing. You will be given Wing Chun’s core concepts and principles as well as how to use them in fighting. These webinars add up to over 3 hours giving your Wing Chun more meaning and understanding.

Phase #5 – Fighting Drills
You have been practicing the information given in the previous phases but not it’s time to step up the Wing Chun and learn how to apply it into fighting. Wing Chun is a complete fighting system and has hundreds of fighting drills to put the information you have learned into action and prove to yourself this information works. Without the proper information learned in the previous phases your drills will be without the explanations, concepts and principles that guide them to work so effectively(plain and simple they will just be drills that anyone can do). Here you will learn how to do the drills correctly to stop any attack you can possibly encounter.

Phase #6 – Focus Pad Training
Focus pad training and punching bag training phase is where you learn how to generate more power, increase your performance, and work on key attributes to pass to your fighting drills. These drills will also give you stamina being great workouts by nature. You will be able to work on your striking, and body coordination. Learning how to tie up everything you have learned together. For example: doing a quan sau with chain punching is easy but doing it with proper timing, foot coordination, power, structure, body unity, opposing energies all together in one drill. This is what you want to aim for when you are doing these drills, getting perfection with every phase of this course playing a key role in learning Wing Chun.

Phase #7 – Resources and Guides
You should never stop growing in Wing Chun, therefore I have created a resources and guides section of this program. Here you will be given new articles, videos, e-books to help you continue your Wing Chun journey. This is a crutial part of Wing Chun, the continued exploration. I highly encourage reading and watching as many videos on Wing Chun or other Martial Arts as possible. This will help you grasp a bigger understanding of what it is that you are doing, and can help you grow faster in Wing Chun.

Phase #8 – Kali Combat Course
This phase is not Wing Chun. I do the Wing Chun Kali System, a system where we do not mix one art with the other but they go tremendously well together. I have created a Filipino Martial Arts Course(Kali,Arnis) and I have decided to throw this into this course. Kali is a weapons based system designed to combat against sticks, knives, bats or any bladed weapon. The beauty about Kali that it works just as effective empty hands(no weapon). You will learn things such as striking, disarms, locks, throws, knife applications, empty hand applications, and take downs.


Each Phase is Jam Packed with Information!
Hours and Hours of Wing Chun Information to Watch and Practice.


Anatomical structure of every hand character:
In this section I discuss the strong and weak point of every hand.  One of the things that makes Wing Chun so effective is it’s solid structure. By having the correct structure you will not be relying on strength if not on using leverage of your hand characters.  Making the right angles with your hands is key to get a solid structure and not receiving all the force head on. Knowing these key point will make the difference as this complete program continues.

How to use every hand character:
Each hand character has a specific use. Knowing what each hand is for is necessary in order to use the right hand at the right moment. For example there’s 2 “Pak Sau”(Slapping hand)in the first form.  They are very similar hands but when you use them they are completely different. Their use depends totally in the situation. In Wing Chun the first form offers 108 different hands  that provides  wing Chun practitioners a wide selection of hand characters to use for many different situation.

Applications using the first form:
In this section I Give some applications and examples of how everything we do in Wing Chun is backed up by the first form. For example when we do sticky hand training, it’s not just to stick and flow with energy if not is to use those characters that are broken  down in the first form and find those little windows to use them at the right time and moment.

Breakdowns of the First Form:
I also give some breakdowns of how is used in fighting drills. In this section you will see how important it is to train and understand this first form. It’s needed to be understood and broken down in order to get your wing chun to the next level.

Student Walk-through:
There’s also a student walk through   where I have one of my student performing the first form and I am highlighting again some key  point on the first form. I also perform the first form from front and side view.

So think about this first phase as starting with your right foot forward in Wing Chun. Once your form is understood  everything will start falling together.

In this section I added some basic fundamentals needed for later fighting drills & webinar training. For example

Shifting: 
In wing chun we carry a low sunken horse stance and we shift our body accompanied with our hand characters. We use our shifting to generate power and align ourselves  properly when an attack comes our way. These are short and economical movements that are necessary to be understood and trained daily accompanied with your first form.

Basics of body unity
Using our body as one unit is the name of the game to be effective and powerful.  I give some key  point to keep in  mind that will help you harmonize your body and start executing your Wing Chun in Synchronization.  The first form is done without movement, is done in that way so that you  can isolate and develop the hand characters.  Know when you start moving your horse stance you will have to learn how to carry your horse stance and have it work together with your body.

Chain Punching:
Chain punching is used in wing chun as an entry and also to follow up on your  opponents after we close the gap. The idea of these punches are to overwhelm your opponent with rapid and powerful  attacks.  I am explaining how to execute your chain punching and how to do it with your horse stance. Basic but needed tools for the later drills.

Fundamental Hands:
In Wing Chun we combine the 108 different hand characters that we learn in the first form.  This leads to having a few set of hands that are used in many different ways and against many different attacks.  The idea in Wing Chun is to keep it practical and simple, In Wing Chun we have several hand combinations and we use them  to stop hooks, kicks, straight punches and even to hit with it.  All of these explanations are done making reference to the first form learned in the previous phases.

Fundamental kicks:
Wing chun’s kicks are used a contingency of attacks. We use kicks in Wing chun as a contingency to our attacks. The mentality of the system is to overwhelm our opponent with many different types of attacks. Wing chun’s kicks are very powerful and we use our weight to penetrate the kick into our target. For example when we kick to our opponent shin we want to use our waist and body unity to support our kick and make it as effective as possible.

Anatomical structure of every hand character:
In this section I discuss the strong and weak point of every hand.  One of the things that makes Wing Chun so effective is it’s solid structure. By having the correct structure you will not be relying on strength if not on using leverage of your hand characters.  Making the right angles with your hands is key to get a solid structure and not receiving all the force head on. Knowing these key point will make the difference as this complete program continues.

How to use every hand character:
Each hand character has a specific use. Knowing what each hand is for is necessary in order to use the right hand at the right moment. For example there’s 2 “Pak Sau”(Slapping hand)in the first form.  They are very similar hands but when you use them they are completely different. Their use depends totally in the situation. In Wing Chun the first form offers 108 different hands  that provides  wing Chun practitioners a wide selection of hand characters to use for many different situation.

Applications using the first form:
In this section I Give some applications and examples of how everything we do in Wing Chun is backed up by the first form. For example when we do sticky hand training, it’s not just to stick and flow with energy if not is to use those characters that are broken  down in the first form and find those little windows to use them at the right time and moment.

Breakdowns of the First Form:
I also give some breakdowns of how is used in fighting drills. In this section you will see how important it is to train and understand this first form. It’s needed to be understood and broken down in order to get your wing chun to the next level.

Student Walk-through:
There’s also a student walk through   where I have one of my student performing the first form and I am highlighting again some key  point on the first form. I also perform the first form from front and side view.

So think about this first phase as starting with your right foot forward in Wing Chun. Once your form is understood  everything will start falling together.

In this section I added some basic fundamentals needed for later fighting drills & webinar training. For example

Shifting: 
In wing chun we carry a low sunken horse stance and we shift our body accompanied with our hand characters. We use our shifting to generate power and align ourselves  properly when an attack comes our way. These are short and economical movements that are necessary to be understood and trained daily accompanied with your first form.

Basics of body unity
Using our body as one unit is the name of the game to be effective and powerful.  I give some key  point to keep in  mind that will help you harmonize your body and start executing your Wing Chun in Synchronization.  The first form is done without movement, is done in that way so that you  can isolate and develop the hand characters.  Know when you start moving your horse stance you will have to learn how to carry your horse stance and have it work together with your body.

Chain Punching:
Chain punching is used in wing chun as an entry and also to follow up on your  opponents after we close the gap. The idea of these punches are to overwhelm your opponent with rapid and powerful  attacks.  I am explaining how to execute your chain punching and how to do it with your horse stance. Basic but needed tools for the later drills.

Fundamental Hands:
In Wing Chun we combine the 108 different hand characters that we learn in the first form.  This leads to having a few set of hands that are used in many different ways and against many different attacks.  The idea in Wing Chun is to keep it practical and simple, In Wing Chun we have several hand combinations and we use them  to stop hooks, kicks, straight punches and even to hit with it.  All of these explanations are done making reference to the first form learned in the previous phases.

Fundamental kicks:
Wing chun’s kicks are used a contingency of attacks. We use kicks in Wing chun as a contingency to our attacks. The mentality of the system is to overwhelm our opponent with many different types of attacks. Wing chun’s kicks are very powerful and we use our weight to penetrate the kick into our target. For example when we kick to our opponent shin we want to use our waist and body unity to support our kick and make it as effective as possible.

Being that I Practice the Wing Chun Kali System I put together a Eskrima training “Filipino Martial Arts” course. We do not mix Wing Chun with Kali but these arts work great together. This course Is designed in a step by step manner. Here’s a  list of what it covers

Striking-
I took  the striking from the premise of 6 basic attacks.  The most common attacks you may find in the streets. Here you will learn how to swing a weapon correctly accompanied with the triangle  footwork from the Filipino martial arts. The same angles of striking learned are the same angles of attacks you will use to train your weapons and empty hand disarms.

Disarms- 
they are many disarms in the Filipino martial arts. I  gave you  quite a few with variations and combinations you can do. Knowing how to disarm a weapon is a Science and I got to say the Filipino Martial Arts really do  a good job breaking this down. For example you  cant just do a disarm with out the previously learned in  the course. You need your footwork, striking and half beats to get the weapon. All this is explained in full details in the course.

Knife drills-
The knife is a completely different world. Bladed weapons are very fast and there’s certain key point one should know. So I broke it down where you will learn the basics of the knife and how to work the blade all the way to the disarm.

Empty Hand  Applications-
The beauty about Eskrima is the versatility in applications. The same way you use the stick and knife is translated into your empty hands. There’s application on how to use the empty hands against stick and knife. Also on your striking form all coming out of the premise of your six basic strikes learned in the first section of the kali course.

Takedowns-
Here you will see the progression of the ranges. It’s not just about doing a takedown if not is the complete process of getting at the range where you can apply your takedowns. Here you will see all the previous mentioned and how the prvious leads to the takedowns. In the Filipino martial Arts we take our opponent down but remain standing due to the fact that eskrima is a street orientated martial arts focused in one or multiple attackers. So going to the floor with your opponent is one  of the last places you want to be in the streets.

This is a very comprehensive and easy to follow course that will give practical application and a good overview when it comes to weapon fighting using the Filipino Martial Arts.

Putting the Information into Action with Drills
Wing Chun fighting drills is where you start putting into action and start seeing all the previously learned come into application. Through the training of the fighting drills you start developing a natural reaction to the different types of attacks. It’s a different training from learning just a technique, through the drills you are learning to react and start using the Wing Chun System to counter kicks, hooks, straight punches. And not only stop the effectively but do this as you close in the gap and respond in an offensive and defensive manner. In wing chun we stop our opponent and close in  the gap as we are striking with our different set of hand characters from the first form that was learned in the previous module.

There’s over 40 different fighting drills with their combination. Each drill done is corresponding to the section of fundamental hands and kicks.

 One of the webinar also  help go more into depth  with the fighting drills and it shows you other ways you can combine the fighting drills to get more options and combination in your fighting drills.

Wing Chun Training:
To get some good striking going and make sure you can hit with great power in your strikes we added a focus pad training.  There’s  drills where you can practice your covers and your hits with follow ups. This training will give you a better feel to  how fluid and powerful your striking is getting. By this part of the course you would have taken the previous parts where you will be having more understanding on the hand characters we are using and the whipping of the body we use to develop good power for our striking.

Extra Videos and Articles for Continued Growth in Wing Chun:
I put together for you some other videos on Wing chun to help you increase your overall idea on Wing chun and help you understand it better.  Basically in this section is like your own little library of miscellaneous Wing chun Clips where we keep the education on the Wing chun Subject going. Also it would give you a chance to see how I personally see Wing chun and how  I approach my training.

Wing Chun's Core Concepts/Principles (They make the Techniques Work BETTER)
This is one of my favorite sections of the program. In these two webinars you will start seeing the understanding on how wing chun works as one. Everything we do in Wing Chun has a reason to be done in that manner. I give some good applications and examples of what exactly is what’s holding the technique together and making it work. Wing chun is not just about different techniques if not it’s about the understanding behind every technique that makes it work at that particular moment. There’s two very insightful webinars that will help you grasp a better and more in depth of Wing Chun and what to look for when you are training.

Putting the Information into Action with Drills
Wing Chun fighting drills is where you start putting into action and start seeing all the previously learned come into application. Through the training of the fighting drills you start developing a natural reaction to the different types of attacks. It’s a different training from learning just a technique, through the drills you are learning to react and start using the Wing Chun System to counter kicks, hooks, straight punches. And not only stop the effectively but do this as you close in the gap and respond in an offensive and defensive manner. In wing chun we stop our opponent and close in  the gap as we are striking with our different set of hand characters from the first form that was learned in the previous module.

There’s over 40 different fighting drills with their combination. Each drill done is corresponding to the section of fundamental hands and kicks.

 One of the webinar also  help go more into depth  with the fighting drills and it shows you other ways you can combine the fighting drills to get more options and combination in your fighting drills.

Wing Chun Training:
To get some good striking going and make sure you can hit with great power in your strikes we added a focus pad training.  There’s  drills where you can practice your covers and your hits with follow ups. This training will give you a better feel to  how fluid and powerful your striking is getting. By this part of the course you would have taken the previous parts where you will be having more understanding on the hand characters we are using and the whipping of the body we use to develop good power for our striking.

Extra Videos and Articles for Continued Growth in Wing Chun:
I put together for you some other videos on Wing chun to help you increase your overall idea on Wing chun and help you understand it better.  Basically in this section is like your own little library of miscellaneous Wing chun Clips where we keep the education on the Wing chun Subject going. Also it would give you a chance to see how I personally see Wing chun and how  I approach my training.

Wing Chun's Core Concepts/Principles (They make the Techniques Work BETTER)
This is one of my favorite sections of the program. In these two webinars you will start seeing the understanding on how wing chun works as one. Everything we do in Wing Chun has a reason to be done in that manner. I give some good applications and examples of what exactly is what’s holding the technique together and making it work. Wing chun is not just about different techniques if not it’s about the understanding behind every technique that makes it work at that particular moment. There’s two very insightful webinars that will help you grasp a better and more in depth of Wing Chun and what to look for when you are training.

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