Wing Chun Network

•December 28, 2009 • Leave a Comment

The Wing Chun Network. Is a new awesome social networks for Wing Chun people. Joining is free and you get forums and blogs and picture uploads! Check it out

Train Effectively – Get out of the comfort zone

•December 22, 2009 • Leave a Comment

by  Dan Knight

Ever felt your training has reached a plateau?  Maybe you are not sure what your learning is useful or effective? Or maybe you are in a class of mixed abilities and cannot find an excessive that helps everyone get the most out of the session? If so its time to do some real effective training by getting out of your comfort zone and getting hit. It’s easier and less painful than it sounds!

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new November newsletter out

•December 2, 2009 • Leave a Comment

see for more info about the monthly newsletter!

Putney Class London

•November 26, 2009 • Leave a Comment

New Putney class now open in London on Sundays in the sports centre at 7-8:20.

more info see

Wing Chun Huen Ma

•November 24, 2009 • Leave a Comment

The foot work of the 3rd form is called Huen ma or circle stepping lern about it on Ip Man Wing Chun.

Wing Chun Stance

•November 15, 2009 • Leave a Comment

A new article on the Wing Chun stance is in the training tips on the Sam Kwok Association site!

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Ip Man Wing Chun – New DVD Store Open

•November 6, 2009 • Leave a Comment

Official Ip Man Wing Chun merchandise includes Wing Chun DVDs, Books, Tee shirts and other great Wing Chun products.

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Principle Vs Technique

•November 6, 2009 • Leave a Comment

Wing Chun – Principle vs. Technique

Wing Chun Ip and Bruce LeeWing Chun is an art in which principles are more important than specific techniques. This does not mean that Wing Chun does not have techniques. It means that at the root of all techniques are underlying principles and thus all techniques can be adjusted in accordance to those principles. By studying an art which is based on principles instead of techniques, the practitioner is able to take his or her art and make it their own. If the principles are understood, the practitioner can take that art into any situation or scenario and learn to apply it. The student must learn to understand the principles as they apply to their individual body type, mindset and physical attributes, not just learn choreographed forms or memorized techniques and drills the same way as everyone else in the class or even the same way that the teacher executes them.

This is why Ip Man said “If you believe everything I say you will never be a good fighter.”

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Arizona Seminar

•November 4, 2009 • Leave a Comment

Click here to see the latest photos from the 2009 USA seminar

Ip Man Wing Chun

•October 30, 2009 • Leave a Comment

Lean to improve your Wing Chun by understanding what Wing Chun techniques there are and how to perform them correctly. Information about the Forms and strength training and Nutrition for Wing Chun can all be found here. This includes Wall Bag and dummy training.

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