A Reliable System in a Chaotic World
By Kleber Battaglia
Sifu Mohammed Ince has been studying Wing Tsun since 1998. He opened his first school in 2003 and has been a full-time professional teacher since 2012. He mastered the entire Wing Tsun system by December 2021, learning from various masters in Europe. Today, he passes on his knowledge internationally through seminars. The main objective of his teaching is to restore the often misunderstood Wing Tsun system to its former glory and to empower his students to become confident, stable individuals—not just on the training mats but in all areas of their lives.
Bracing Against Attack
By Wayne Belonoha
Your opponent may be bigger or stronger. Simply using your weight to defend against an attack will not be enough—you must use your body to maximum effect.
CLOSING THE CIRCLE
By Kim Squiers
Sifu Squiers explores how to apply Wing Chun’s lessons to life’s disruptive circumstances
The Art of Training Alone
By Neil Parris
Training alone can be challenging, but Sifu Parris offers advice on what areas to focus on and how to approach training as you begin to immerse yourself in solitary refinement.
THE INNER CIRCLE
Gatekeeper of Pin Sun Wing Chun
By Jim Roselando Jr
Sifu Roselando takes a trip back in time to his first Q&A with the late, great Sifu Fung Chun in 2007.
THE STRAIGHT LEAD
JKD’s Ace in the Hole
By Jason Korol
The oblique kick might be the most dangerous kick that no one appreciates. Learn why it’s so dangerous and how to make it a part of your everyday training.
Tradition Meets Modern Times
By Donna Yap
Sifu Maria Grothe is the first female in Sil Lam Wing Chun history to introduce her own style, Nan Kuen Wing Chun, and to run a Wing Chun school professionally. Maria’s mission is to spread Shaolin Wing Chun internationally.
GULAO WING CHUN
The Yin Part of Wing Chun
By Donald Mak
To many Wing Chun practitioners, the name Gulao Wing Chun most likely conjures up images of an obscure lineage from a remote village in Southern China. The truth is that Gulao is more mainstream than you may think.
Quality Wing Chun Products with a Personal Touch
By Eric Lilleør
Wing Chun enthusiasts living in the UK and Europe will be familiar with Pagoda Imports. But why do so many instructors trust Pagoda? They hit that sweet spot of quality and price, but there’s more to Pagoda’s reputation.
LEUNG DAI CHI
A Talk on Yuen Kai San Wing Chun
By Zhang Tian Yu
No one in the Yuen Kai San/Sam Nang lineage still active today is more senior than 81-year-old master Leung Dai Chiu.
THE INTERNAL APPROACH
Achieve Your True Potential
By Mauro Gibin
It is essential to develop internal strength, but even more so to be able to use it. No matter how much power we can generate, it matters how much we can transfer.
STRUCTURE AND APPLICATION
What Are We Doing Wrong in Chi Sau?
By Dr Robert Chu
Chi Sau is a core training in Wing Chun, and those who don’t understand it can never approach the height of skills mastery in Wing Chun.
THE KUNG FU GENIUS
For Nearly 10 Years, I Hated Doing Wing Tsun
By Alex Richter
Sifu Richter discusses the grind of being in one of the “biggest Wing Chun associations” and the toll it took on his enthusiasm.
MY MARTIAL ARTS JOURNEY
Feel the Rhythm
By David Lampert
Sparring, done correctly, is the ultimate training tool through which you’ll develop a sense of timing and rhythm. However, it can be quite a learning curve getting there.
Lafayette Harris reviews the following books: Jeet Kune Do Principles: For All Martial Artists by Tim Tackett and Bruce Lee Jeet Kune Do: A Comprehensive Guide to Bruce Lee’s Martial Way by Bruce Lee (edited by John Little).
David Peterson reviews the following movies: The Battle At Lake Changjin II, Half A Loaf Of Kung Fu, and Martial Club.
Alex Danos reviews the following educational DVDs: Emin Boztepe: Kicks & Defense Against Multiple Attackers and James DeMile: Chi Sao – Made Easy.