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Kicks on the Wing Chun Dummy: A Great Training Tool

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Kicks on the Wing Chun Dummy: A Great Training Tool




Kicks on the Wing Chun Dummy: A Great Training Tool
Kicks on the Wing Chun Dummy: A Great Training Tool


Kicks on the Wing Chun Dummy: A Great Training Tool

The Wing Chun sham is a standout amongst the most propel preparing frames in Wing Chun and in addition being a standout amongst the most well known. 

Intended for preparing when you don't have an accomplice, showing you how to assault at points, and co-ordinate hand and foot procedures - the sham is a standout amongst the most charming bits of Ving Tsun hardware for solo preparing. 

It's likewise the most ideal approach to prepare your kicks - to stamp, step, compass and kick. 


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There are 8 Sections on the Wing Chun Dummy 

The spurious frame is comprised of 8 distinct segments. The first and second area are the same - just performed on various sides of the wooden man

All other 7 segments are altogether different and change impressively. 



Side Thrusting Kicks 

Leaving wording aside (it fluctuates from ancestry to heredity - contrasts in articulation and spelling) the principal Ving Chun kick is utilized as a part of the 4 area of the sham. 

In the wake of venturing around to the side of the spurious you push a side kick (some of the time performed with a Kwan/Quan Sau) at the sham. 



Side Stamping Kick 

The fourth area of the chong expects you to step the distance to the side of the sham - in the event that you advance to one side of the fake you stamp down on the knee of the sham with a correct front kick while utilizing a correct tan sau and hitting the sham with a left mid-level palm strike. 

This is rehashed on the contrary side. 



Cross Stamp Kick 

The seventh area of the spurious uses a standout amongst the most surprising strides in Wing Chun. As you venture to one side of the sham with your left leg - you convey your correct foot to one side foot (or even cross your feet) previously propelling a left kick to the lower some portion of the spurious body. 

Rehashed on opposite side - this is apparently one of the trickiest developments of the Mook Yan Chong set. 


Frontal Kick, Side Kick to knee then lower leg, Side Stamp and Sweep 

The last area of the Wooden man frame is the place everything happens. The area opens with various bong sau (wing arms) before you hit the body of the sham with a frontal kick. 

Before turning your leg to arrive a side kick to the knee and after that sliding it down to where your rivals edge would be - stamping it level. 

Mid-path through the area you evade the sham - play out a gum sau (sticking arm) and dispatch a frontal pushing kick to the knee of the chong. 

As the segment attracts to a nearby you get the higher wing chun sham arms - pull them and all the while clear the leg - getting your last kicking development in the shape. 

Prior to his demise Grandmaster Yip Man - the last undisputed ace of Wing Chun Kung Fu - enabled somebody to record him playing out the fake set. 


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