Basic Wing Chun Training – Wing Chun Kung Fu Training for Street Fighting and Self Defense

Basic Wing Chun Training – Wing Chun Kung Fu Training for Street Fighting and Self Defense

Basic Wing Chun Training: Wing Chun Kung Fu Training for Street Fighting and Self Defense.

Discover the Martial Arts Training that Made the Legends Bruce Lee and IP Man: Wing Chun Kung Fu!

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Basic Wing Chun Training: Wing Chun Kung Fu Training for Street Fighting and Self Defense is a Wing Chun Kung Fu training manual designed to progressively teach basic Wing Chun techniques and principles and shows how to adapt the Wing Chun techniques learnt for use in street fighting and self defense.

Although anyone with an interest in martial arts will gain value from this basic Wing Chun training it, it is primarily intended for:

* People who are thinking about learning Wing Chun Kung Fu but first want an insight.

* People who know they want to learn Wing Chun but want some basic knowledge of principles and techniques before joining a professional Wing Chun class.

* Beginners who are already learning Wing Chun and want to supplement their training and/or learn how to adapt the Wing Chun techniques and concepts to street fighting and self defense.

* Teachers of Wing Chun Kung Fu who want some ideas on training beginner students.

* Anyone that wants to self-train in Wing Chun Kung Fu.

Basic Wing Chun Training is Jam packed with Wing Chun Techniques

* The legendary Wing Chun punch.

* Arm-locks.

* Wing Chun strikes including punches, kicks, elbows, knees and the chop.

* Trapping and grabbing.

* Interception and counter-attack.

* Repeating punches.

* Defending against common attacks and combinations.

LOOK INSIDE Basic Wing Chun Training: Wing Chun Kung Fu Training for Street Fighting and Self Defense to see everything that’s included!

Contains 42 Wing Chun Lessons, 97 Training Exercises and a Never-Ending Training Timetable!

* Basic Wing Chun theory is embedded into practical lessons.

* Conditioning exercises to give your body the strength to do the techniques.

* Basic footwork for speed and balance.

* The Centerline Principle (a core concept in Wing Chun).

* Wing Chun training drills for developing lightning fast reflexes.

* The direct line principle.

* Use of training equipment.

* Correct body alignment and weight distribution for maximum stability, speed and power.

… and much, much more!

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Learn Traditional Wing Chun Positions and Movements

* Tan Sau (Dispersing Hand)

* Pak Sau (Slapping Hand)

* Bong Sau (Wing Arm)

* Lap Sau (Pulling Hand)

* Kau Sau (Detaining Hand)

* Fut Sau (Outward Palm Arm)

* Gum Sau (Pressing Hand)

* Biu Sau (Darting Hand)

Basic Wing Chun Training Also Includes a Comprehensive Wing Chun Training Schedule

* 132 training sessions using the lessons and exercises in this book.

* Training sessions 89 to 132 can be repeated indefinitely – You will have a never-ending Wing Chun training schedule!

* Starts with the basics and progressively increases in difficulty.

* Practices repeat exercises so they are ingrained into your muscle memory.

* Easily modified for those want to train more or less.

In modern times Wing Chun Kung Fu (also known as Wing Tsun) has been made famous by Bruce Lee and Yip Man. It is regarded as one of the best martial arts for not relying on strength or physical size. Wing Chun Kung Fu is practical, efficient and suitable to learn for all those interested regardless of age, gender, size or strength.

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5 Stars: Sam Fury really did an excellent job of refreshing my memory when it came time to dabbling in Wing Chun again. He was simple and didn’t try to make himself seem cocky or anything. I understood everything and had fun while reading this book. – Alizabeth.

5 Stars: The title says it offers basic Wing Chun training and that’s what I got from it. It’s been a big help in filling in gaps in my understanding of Wing Chun training. There’s a lot of great, well-explained drills and then there’s a training schedule included. – Brandon Scriver.

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About the Author – Sam Fury

Basic Wing Chun Training

Sam has had an interest in self preservation and survival (e.g. disaster prepardness, wilderness medicine, self defense, fitness, escape and evasion, urban and wilderness survival) for as long as he can remember.

His accumulated knowledge is a result of years of formal and informal training, career related experience and general interest in survival, martial arts, the military, adventure travel and other various outdoor pursuits.

Describing himself as a “Survivalist, Minimalist, Traveler”, he has now devoted himself to traveling the world taking training courses (Jeet Kune Do in China, wilderness medicine in the US, parkour in Singapore, survival courses in Africa etc.) and sharing what he learns through his training manual style books.

He is also a key contributor (ideas and posts) at and

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Comments ( 6 )
  1. TonyG
    January 31, 2016 at 13:23

    I bought the Basic Wing Chun Training. On page 131 it is noted in the book about additional training schedule. But, where in this site is it located for view???

    Please check and e-mail reply.

    Moline, IL USA

    • Bert Luxing
      January 31, 2016 at 17:10

      Hi Tony,

      In the copy I have it says where to get it on that same page. In the chapter titled “Training Schedule”.

      Perhaps you have a copy that has been formatted differently??

      In any case, I am sending you the link via email.

      Thanks for your comment.

  2. Bhavesh Shingare
    April 12, 2016 at 21:14

    Why is emphasized on forums and comments on the web that you need to train wing chun under a sifu i.e. I cannot teach myself wing chun? But in my opinion as far as I am able to defend from and attack my training partner, I am practicing good self defense. Though I may not have anyone to correct me. Is it good to self train with a partner with your book as the teacher if my only goal is learning self defense, not some stylized wing chun?

    • Bert Luxing
      April 12, 2016 at 22:45

      I think there is no doubt that an experienced Sifu will be a better teacher than a book. He/she can spot your mistakes, perfect your movements, personalise things to you, etc. However, it is also possible to teach yourself. It may not be as good (or effective), but it is better than nothing. Maybe you don’t have the time or money or access to a professional instructor. Or maybe you just want to train on your own. Its a personal choice.

      Another thing to remember, which you have kind of pointed out, is that effective self defense and martial arts are not the same thing. A Sifu training you in their style of martial arts wont necessarily make you better able to defend yourself on the street, it may even be detrimental,. depending on what he/she is teaching you.

      Given all this, I truly believe that of all the “Martial Arts” out there that Wing Chun is one of the most effectively applied to self defense, but even so Sam Fury has tweaked it a little to be even more practical.

      If you really want to learn effective self defense I suggest you check out in about 6 months time (it’s an ongoing project).

      So it seems I’ve gone on a bit of a rant and maybe it doesn’t even answer your question, so let me address that short form:

      If your goal is to learn self defense and not some specific stylized Wing Chun then self-training with the book works. A professional teacher can not be beat (assuming he/she is teaching you the right things) but if you can’t/don’t want to do that then I think the exercises in this book are the next best thing. In fact, even if you do have a professional teacher I would still supplement your training with these exercises.

      Also, remember what Bruce Lee said..

      “Adapt what is useful, reject what is useless, and add what is specifically your own.”

      • Bhavesh Shingare
        April 13, 2016 at 22:52

        Thank you Bert.

        • Bert Luxing
          April 14, 2016 at 00:44

          Glad to help.

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