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Wing Chun Kung Fu: Traditional Chinese Kung Fu for Self-Defense and Health ePub download

by Michael Tse,Ip Chun

  • Author: Michael Tse,Ip Chun
  • ISBN: 0312187769
  • ISBN13: 978-0749916763
  • ePub: 1963 kb | FB2: 1182 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Individual Sports
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin; First Printing edition (April 1998)
  • Pages: 144
  • Rating: 4.3/5
  • Votes: 901
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Wing Chun Kung Fu: Traditional Chinese Kung Fu for Self-Defense and Health ePub download

Michael Tse is Qigong and martial arts master. He is the author of Qigong for Health and Vitality. Both authors live in England.

Michael Tse is Qigong and martial arts master.

WING CHUN MASTER, 77 YR OLD, TAUGHT BRUCE LEE, HONG KONG - Продолжительность: 6:20 Overlander.

Wing Chun Kung Fu book. By using the skills of Wing Chun Kung Fu, a smaller and weaker person can easily overcome a larger strong opponent.

Wing chun: traditional chinese kung ru for self-defence & health

Wing chun: traditional chinese kung ru for self-defence & health. Printed in the United States of America. Introduction 1 invited my Sifu (reacher) Ip Chun ro write this book with me because I wanted to present the basics of Wing Chun's first form, Siu Lim Tao, and the ideas behind the skill in a traditional way. Some people believe that Wing Chun has a modern way and a traditional way, but I believe it has only one way - the traditional way.

Grandmaster Ip Chun is regarded as the world's leading authority on Wing Chun. With expert instruction and more than 100 step-by-step photographs, Wing Chun Kung Fu makes it easy to master the power and grace of this ancient martial art. Bruce Lee-Wing Chun's most famous student-was taught by Ip Chun's father, Grandmaster Ip Man. Michael Ise is also a highly respected Qigong and martial arts master. Together they demonstrate that first form of Wing Chun (Siu Lim Tao) and show how it can be used for self-denence. Categories: Physical education and sport\Martial Arts.

for Self-defence & Health. Michael dreamed of learning Kung Fu and following in the 'Little Dragon's' footsteps. The history of Wing Chun Kuen can be traced back to the Southern Shaolin Temple, in Fu Jian Province, and dates back 400 years to the Qing Dynasty. Grandmaster Ip Chun and. Michael Tse. St. M artins Griffin. His chance came following an accident to his arm when he was taken to see his uncle who was a bonesetter and herbalist. Whilst there, Michael noticed his uncle teaching a few people Kung Fu and he asked if he could study. At that time people were still loyal to the conquered Ming Dynasty and were not happy being ruled by the Manchurians.

Gifts & Registry. This book covers the first form of wing chun kung fu, and is appropriate for intermediate and advanced practitioners, as well as beginners.

Kung Fu : Traditional Chinese King Fu for Self-Defense and Health

Wing Chun Kung Fu : Traditional Chinese King Fu for Self-Defense and Health. by Michael Tse and Ip Chun. Wing Chun Compendium by Wayne B. And any book on Wing Chun By Randy Williams

Grandmaster Ip Chun is regarded as the world's leading authority on Wing Chun. They also outline the history and the art of Wing Chun and discuss its many other benefits, which include. Increased Energy and Vitality. Greater Confidence and Inner Strength

Michael Ise is also a highly respected Qigong and martial arts master

Michael Ise is also a highly respected Qigong and martial arts master.

Straightforward and efficient, Wing Chun Kung Fu is one of the most popular forms of Kung Fu because it emphasizes techniqu over strength. By using the skills of Wing Chun Kung Fu, a smaller and weaker person can easily overcome a larger strong opponent. With its focus on technique rather than force, it is suitable for both men and women, young and old, and for those of all levels of physical fitness. Grandmaster Ip Chun is regarded as the world's leading authority on Wing Chun. Bruce Lee--Wing Chun's most famous student--was taught by Ip Chun's father, Grandmaster Ip Man. Michael Ise is also a highly respected Qigong and martial arts master. Together they demonstrate that first form of Wing Chun (Siu Lim Tao) and show how it can be used for self-denence. They also outline the history and the art of Wing Chun and discuss its many other benefits, which include

Increased Energy and VitalityGreater Confidence and Inner StrengthAn Understanding of the Skills and Benefits of Meditation

With expert instruction and more than 100 step-by-step photographs, Wing Chun Kung Fu makes it easy to master the power and grace of this ancient martial art.

Yramede
I like reading anything either of the two brothers (sons of Ip Man) put out, there is always something to learn from these old masters. The way it has been explained to me is that they share a common core of knowledge but each learned somethings from Ip Man that the other did not. We have to get it from when while we still have them. I am fortunate that my Sifu studied directly under both of them (and Simon Lau and Wong Shun Leung). So much knowledge and wisdom, so little time left to absorb it....

You can't learn Wing Chun from a book, but you can improve and refine what you have been taught by your Sifu......sometime reading it makes it click or gives you a different pointer that works for you.....

You will enjoy reading it....
SING
This is a perfect book for a beginner. It mainly contains a short summary on the history of wing Chun as transmitted mouth to mouth, and good pictures of Siu Lin Tao, which is the first Wing Chun form. The ideal is that the beginner is attending Wing Chin classes, or at least watch the IP Chun Siu Lim Tao video in YouTube to have a full idea to do it at home. Finally, there are a few differences on Siu Lim Tao when coming from different lines (this one have minor differences with the applied wing chun for instance), nevertheless, it is my opinion that differences must be treated as contributions which must unite the wing chun family. I loved the book as a wing chun beginner
Gajurus
The book looked new for the most part but in the first few chapters someone used a pen to messily underline various sentences. Most of which did not seem that important, in fact the underlining seemed random as though the person doing it didn't read or know how to read what they we're underling. I plan to keep the book anyway because I don't want to deal with having to return it and all the information is still there but I was disappointed at first.
Nikohn
Ive been a student of wing chun for over a year now and one thing ive learned is that no matter how much you think youve improved, it is always good to go back to the basics to review, to strengthen and refine your forms, and make them the very best they can be. This is a very good book on the Siu Lim Tao form of Wing Chun. written by Michael Tse, student of Grandmaster Ip Chun. One thing to note when buying these books is that its very difficult to find a "definitive" volume of anything, so its often good to have an assortment or even an entire library devoted to your art. This particular book, while no where near as long as Wayne belanoha's Wing Chun Compendium, its got aspects of the siu Lim Tao you wont find there. this book is great for beginners learning the first form and even has tips for Chi Sau and Qigong during training. the first part of the book has interesting stories of Ip Man and Ip Chun, as told to Michael from Chun himself. p.s. my advice to those who want to learn but cant find a school or partners, is to not give up and read as much literature as you can and watch as many demonstrations as u can. the time will eventually come when you can find someone else to practice with and you will be better prepared! enjoy your Gung Fu!
Pumpit
I have not finished this yet, (half way through) but have to say I am enjoying it allot. As I am older I find the health benefits to this style to be key for me. But I still have a little gas in my tank to turn it up a notch! This book helps me see other aspects of the style. Thank you.
Budar
Excellent book with clear instructive on the first form of Wing Chun, Siu Lim Tao. The book is a VERY simple read, I would recommend reading through it in it's entirety once and then going back and learn the moves. There are plenty of photos to reference as you move step by step throughout the entire first form. It continues with practical usage, some additional movements, and my favorite, Chi Sau or Sticking Hands. It even has small sections dedicated to Wing Chun defense for Women and Qigong (I'll let you dig on this one).

With a Sifu like Ip Chun, it'd be hard pressed to go wrong with this book.
However, if you're already versed in Wing Chun, I'd look elsewhere~
Crazy
This book introduced the beauty of Wing Chun Kung Fu to me for the first time. Skilled practitioners have explained this martial art with great clarity, including the steps of Siu Lim Tao. Chapters on women's self-defence the practice of "sticking hands" are included. The chapter on Bruce Lee I found fascinating and the presentation of the legendary origins of Wing Chun Kung Fu was delightful. The sense of importance of martial arts for health and inner peace permeates this book. Grandmaster and co-author Ip Chun is a famous authority on this martial art. This book was not only informative, it was excellent reading.
Definitely changed my mind about a lot of things. Wing Chun requires discipline and care... I found myself watching Ip Chun's videos a lot to understand what to do, so I think maybe watching is better than reading about it, but it's a great intro.
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