Wing Chun The Art of Simultaneous Defence & Attack by Master Joseph Cheng

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  • Joseph Cheng made his name during the Bruce Lee boom, when Wing Chun leaped into prominence as the superstar's first serious martial art.


Binding Paperback
Publisher Paul H. Crompton Ltd.
Country of Origin UK
Number of Pages 171
Pubilcation Date 2001

Product details

  • Wing Chun Kung Fu Book
  • by Master Joseph Cheng
  • 108 Wooden Dummy Techniques
  • Advanced Techniques
  • Great read

'On the Back' of Funakoshi's Footsteps

Joseph Cheng made his name during the Bruce Lee boom, when Wing Chun leaped into prominence as the superstar's first serious martial art.

The diminutive, bright eyed figure of Joseph was one of the first to move away from the traditional Chinese 'ban' on teaching foreigners. Plenty of big names in the martial arts world, including household names of the Japanese Karate echelons, sought him out and were thankful to gain some knowledge of Wing Chun.

In this book Joseph Cheng reveals basic and advanced techniques of the art of Wing Chun. This includes a complete sequence of photographs showing the Wooden man training sequence.

But the main body of the work shows methods of suing Wing Chun techniques for self defence. Wing Chun prides itself on being direct, practical and effective. The straight line attack and avoiding methods lend themselves to a simple approach, and through it would be wrong to say that the style is easy, it is an approach which can be used by relative beginners much earlier in their martial arts career than some of the more circular and flowing styles.

The book can be recommended for all students of martial arts who wish to widen their technical view.


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