Master Wong Shun Leung was trained by the late, great Yip Man – teacher of the famed Bruce Lee. The Wing Chun Kung fu style became popular with the international film stardom of the late King Of Kung Fu, Bruce Lee. Lee’s original martial art training is once again brought to light by Master Wong Shun Leung. Wing Chun has become one of the most sophisticated combat styles in existence by the fact that, somewhat like Western Boxing, it uses Economy of Motion as it’s basis – however, it exceeds Boxing as a martial art through its utilization of the entire body as a weapon – the legs are used for blocks, kicks and trips- the hands are used for blocks, grabs, throws and strikes.
The special combined theories of the human body’s division into -Four Gates- the Centerline Principle and the Sticky Hands method of attack and defense, which follow the subtle flow of an oppenent’s Kinetic Force, are divulged for the first time ever on film. The various patterns are demonstrated here in their entirety, they are simple and easy for the beginner to learn. The underlying concepts are far-reaching enough to tantalyze even the most proficient of practioners. Wing Chun as a martialart is practical, straight forward and more to the point, efficient.