SERGIO PASCAL IADAROLA & KLEBER BATTAGLIA
A Bridge Between China and the West
By Eric Lilleør
Sifu Sergio has recently returned to Europe, while Sifu Kleber continues his martial arts research and studies in China. Strengthened by their profound friendship, they have constructed a tangible bridge between China and the Western world—materialising as the Eternal Spring Institute. This Institute collaborates with other esteemed Sifus, carefully chosen for their expertise, to propagate authentic Chinese Kung Fu and the spirit of traditional Chinese martial arts.
THE MAGIC OF CHI SAU
My Journey into Chi Sau
Five Decades of Insights
By Keith R. Kernspecht
Sifu Kernspecht traces the evolution of Chi Sau, diverse influences, insights from various masters, and the unique characteristics of Foshan Wing Chun and other non-Ip Man Wing Chun styles.
Winning the Fight in the First 15 Seconds
By Glenn Landers
Fifteen seconds. Try tapping that out on your desk. They are chaotic, awkward and treacherous, making any miniscule advantage a potential game-changer, or more importantly—life saver.
What’s the Function?
The Question at the Heart of All Technique
By Neil Parris
Although techniques share individual properties, they are all connected by a common goal. Sifu Parris delves into their core function and purpose.
THE INNER CIRCLE
Wong Lo Joh Kung Fu
The Legacy of Lan Gui
By Jim Roselando Jr
We explore the legacy of Wong Lo Joh Kung Fu and learn about its origins, evolution and distinctive curriculum, from senior master, Sifu Wong Syu San.
THE STRAIGHT LEAD
Rapier & Dagger
The JKD Way
By Jason Korol
Probably the least appreciated part of Jeet Kune Do’s origin is found in fencing. Find out how and why JKD can be said to be empty-hand fencing.
PAIN IN THE BONG SAU?
Cracking the Code of Wing Chun Shoulder Pain
By Wayne Belonoha
Lee Glanville, one of the founders of the Wing Chun Dr online course, shares insights and practical tips to ensure shoulder pain doesn’t become a stumbling block in your pursuit of Wing Chun excellence.
UNLOCKING THE POWER OF CORE STABILITY
The Key to Optimal Movement
By Samuel Lutz
Exploring Core Stability in movement, Sifu Samuel Lutz emphasises its evolutionary aspect, wider scope and impact on efficient movement and sensitivity in Wing Chun.
Wing Chun Wunderkind
By Donna Yap
Sifu Gerges from Austria discusses the transformative power of Chi Sau, the importance of empty-hand forms, and empowering women to excel in martial arts.
UPROOTING AN OPPONENT
The Way of Power Development
By Nancy McDonald
What is the essence of power development in Wing Chun? Sifu McDonald explores Elastic, Steel-bar and Rattan powers, and details four essential power functions crucial for self-defence and uprooting opponents in real-world situations.
BEYOND SHAPES AND ANGLES
Harnessing Internal Energy in Wing Chun
By Michael Rainer
Exploring the depth of Internal Energy Development, Sifu Rainer goes beyond angles and shapes, emphasising the transformation from Lik to Ging, highlighting the importance of Dan Tien and proper energy transfer for sustainable power and personal growth.
STRUCTURE AND APPLICATION
Wing Chun and the Traditional Chinese Martial Arts Matrix
By Dr Robert Chu
Wing Chun specialises in entering and destabilising the opponent. Combined with the Traditional Chinese martial arts matrix, it incorporates skills such as kicking, striking, throwing and grappling to end the fight.
THE KUNG FU GENIUS
The 2023 Ultimate Hong Kong Kung Fu Tour
By Alex Richter
Sifu Richter discusses his incredible recent trip to Hong Kong and what is left for the future of Kung Fu.
WING CHUN’S REBIRTH
The Dual Nature of Kwan Sau
A Study in Defensive and Offensive Applications
By Joseph Musse II
Discover the many applications of Kwan Sau as Sifu Musse delves into its defensive prowess and offensive adaptability, showing how it embodies the essence of Wing Chun’s combat philosophy.
Lafayette Harris reviews the following books: Chi Sao: The Genius of Wing Chun by Jason Korol and Wrath of the Dragon: The Real Fights of Bruce Lee by John Little.
Alex Danos reviews the following educational DVD: Jon Rister: Unconventional Trapping Parts 1 & 2.