Simple, Direct and Efficient
By Eric Lilleør
Sifu Morten Ibsen was among the highest-ranking Wing Tsun instructors in Sifu Keith R. Kernspecht’s European Wing Tsun Organisation when, in 2005, his otherwise safe and assured WT-path took a dramatic change in direction. At a training seminar in the UK, he met Sifu David Peterson—a meeting that ended up challenging his whole perception of Wing Chun. Fourteen years later, he’s one of the most respected, new generation of WSLVT instructors.
The Alternative to Muscular Power
By Wayne Belonoha
Learn how to use skilled or trained power to immensely boost your striking power. With Soft Power, you will also be able to use effective subtlety to handle even the heaviest punches.
MOON POINTING FINGER
Wing Chun Forms
The Textbooks of the System
By David Peterson
Few people would deny that in academic studies, reference books are an essential part of the learning process. Likewise, to learn and master Wing Chun, our training forms are the “living textbooks” of the system and not to be ignored.
KEEPING IT SIMPLE
Modern or Traditional Wing Chun Training
By Shaun Rawcliffe
As a Wing Chun teacher, should you stick to traditional methods or teach more modern combat methodologies?
THE INNER CIRCLE
Ng Wah Sum Wing Chun
By Alex Danos
Sifu Ng Wah Sum is one of the most important figures from the early years of Wing Chun in Hong Kong. He was not only a student of Leung Sheung, but he also learned from Grandmaster Ip Man.
THE STRAIGHT LEAD
The JKD Paradox
Straight Hitting and Aliveness
By Jason Korol
Lee often said that knowledge wasn’t enough—we must apply. Well, to understand that straight hitting is essential in Jeet Kune Do is fine, but to knowing why, is even more significant.
Building Peace through Strength
By Jason Korol
Sifu Harinder Singh isn’t a traditionalist, nor is he a sport martial artist or reality-based martial artist either. He’s all three. And he thinks you should be too.
STRUCTURE VS STRENGTH
The Base of all Wing Chun Applications
By Justin Och
As humans, we will always want to use strength to overcome what we don’t have or understand. However, if we have an incredible structure, we can achieve the same result with minimal effort.
The Wing Chun Ambassador
By Kleber Battaglia
Jef Sutherland has over 40 years of experience training Internal and External martial arts. He has also been working as a full-time martial arts instructor for over 21 years.
Taking Wing Chun to the Next Level
By Ki Innis
Sifu Victor Parlati started his training in 1975 and is one of the top authorities on Wing Chun in the US. In 1983, he became a direct student of Grandmaster William Cheung in Traditional Wing Chun.
DO LESS TO ACHIEVE MORE
By Göksel Erdogan
From Siu Nim Tau to Baat Jaam Do, doing less is the key to using Wing Chun efficiently.
STRUCTURE AND APPLICATION
Sifu Hawkins Cheung
In Memoriam: Part 2
By Dr. Robert Chu
Hawkins Cheung passed away in February with family by his side. His teacher for 31 years, Sifu Chu pays tribute to his late teacher.
THE KUNG FU GENIUS
The Curious Case of the Missing Slant Kick: Part 1
By Alex Richter
Sifu Richter explores the justifications for the Chum Kiu form’s single left Slant Kick and what it says about confirmation bias.
MY MARTIAL ARTS JOURNEY
30 Days of Martial Arts
By David Lampert
Dave discusses the benefits of setting small, achievable goals to keep the training journey fresh, alive and progressive.
Lafayette Harris reviews the following books: Siu Nim Tao: History-Execution-Biomechanics by Jörg Eckstein and The Mind of Wing Chun: Developing Little by Joseph Musse II.
David Peterson reviews the following movies: Shadow, Project Gutenberg, and Hidden Man.
Dwight Hennings reviews the following educational DVDs: Harinder Singh: Mr. Mook Jong: Wooden Dummy Vol: 4-6 and Wayne Belonoha: Workshop 14: Soft Power.