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Bundle - Randy Williams - Classic Wing Chun Kung Fu DVD Collection

This is it: the most complete Wing Chun DVD series ever created. You will learn more Wing Chun from this set than any other. When you buy a bundle you immediately save yourself a considerable amount of cash, while also building your DVD collection more quickly.

Note: These DVDs are copies of the original VHS series. The publisher simply copied the VHS tape to DVD without menus or extras. Think of them as flat video tapes.


This bundle includes the following items:
  • Randy Williams - Wing Chun Kung Fu - DVD 01 - Basics Part 1: Structure & Footwork
  • Randy Williams - Wing Chun Kung Fu - DVD 02 - Basics Part 2: Combat Theory & Kicks
  • Randy Williams - Wing Chun Kung Fu - DVD 03 - Combat Drills Part 1: Basic Blocks and Traps
  • Randy Williams - Wing Chun Kung Fu - DVD 04 - Combat Drills Part 2: Advanced Blocks and Traps
  • Randy Williams - Wing Chun Kung Fu - DVD 05 - Chee Sau Concepts & Strategies Part 1: Single Stick and Rolling
  • Randy Williams - Wing Chun Kung Fu - DVD 06 - Chee Sau Concepts & Strategies Part 2: Combat Sticky Hands
  • Randy Williams - Wing Chun Kung Fu - DVD 07 - 108 Wooden Dummy Motions Part 1
  • Randy Williams - Wing Chun Kung Fu - DVD 08 - 108 Wooden Dummy Motions Part 2
  • Randy Williams - Wing Chun Kung Fu - DVD 09 - Wooden Dummy Training Part 1: Advanced Wooden Dummy Drills
  • Randy Williams - Wing Chun Kung Fu - DVD 10 - Wooden Dummy Training Part 2: Lop Sau, Chee Sau & Dummy
  • Randy Williams - Wing Chun Kung Fu - DVD 11 - Close-Range Combat Techniques Part 1: Combat Principles
  • Randy Williams - Wing Chun Kung Fu - DVD 12 - Close-Range Combat Techniques Part 2: Straight Punches & Kicks
  • Randy Williams - Wing Chun Kung Fu - DVD 13 - Close-Range Combat Techniques Part 3: Emergency Defenses
  • Randy Williams - Wing Chun Kung Fu - DVD 14 - Training Methods Part 1: Advanced Lop Sau Principles
  • Randy Williams - Wing Chun Kung Fu - DVD 15 - Training Methods Part 2: Advanced Two Man Drills
  • Randy Williams - Wing Chun Kung Fu - DVD 16 - Training Methods Part 3: Structure & Stamina
  • Randy Williams - Wing Chun Kung Fu - DVD 17 - Siu Leem Tau Concepts & Principles Part 1
  • Randy Williams - Wing Chun Kung Fu - DVD 18 - Siu Leem Tau Concepts & Principles Part 2
  • Randy Williams - Wing Chun Kung Fu - DVD 19 - Siu Leem Tau Combat Techniques Part 1
  • Randy Williams - Wing Chun Kung Fu - DVD 20 - Siu Leem Tau Combat Techniques Part 2
  • Randy Williams - Wing Chun Kung Fu - DVD 21 - Chum Kiu Concepts & Principles Part 1
  • Randy Williams - Wing Chun Kung Fu - DVD 22 - Chum Kiu Concepts & Principles Part 2
  • Randy Williams - Wing Chun Kung Fu - DVD 23 - Chum Kiu Concepts & Principles Part 3
  • Randy Williams - Wing Chun Kung Fu - DVD 24 - Chum Kiu Combat Techniques
  • Randy Williams - Wing Chun Kung Fu - DVD 25 - Biu Jee Concepts & Principles Part 1
  • Randy Williams - Wing Chun Kung Fu - DVD 26 - Biu Jee Concepts & Principles Part 2
  • Randy Williams - Wing Chun Kung Fu - DVD 27 - Biu Jee Concepts & Principles Part 3
  • Randy Williams - Wing Chun Kung Fu - DVD 28 - Biu Jee Combat Techniques


Randy Williams - Wing Chun Kung Fu - DVD 01 - Basics Part 1: Structure & Footwork

Randy Williams gives insightful instruction into the basic stance, the eight punches and eight palm strikes of Wing Chun. Elbow strikes and blocking motions are covered as are the five basic moving stances. In addition, you will learn the footwork necessary to get the most from the other DVDs in this series.

Format: DVD-R NTSC
Languages: English
Length: 50 min.

Review from Ted Mancuso from Plum Publishing: "In a system like Wing Chun, the structure and footwork section is vital information. Of course you might think that's true of all systems, but some, such as Wing Chun and Xing Yi, are particularly structure- or shape-centered. In this DVD, Williams goes immediately and clearly to the heart of the matter, by not just showing the footwork exercises, which are like learning dance steps, but anticipating the questions and problems a serious student might encounter. This is the work part of the system and well worth the effort."

Randy Williams - Wing Chun Kung Fu - DVD 02 - Basics Part 2: Combat Theory & Kicks

Basics Part 2 covers step-by-step explanations of the mixed footwork patterns used to develop body unity, the centerline theory, the concept of reference, the cutting angle, complex motions and simultaneous defense and attack. Also covered are Wing Chun's invisible kick principal and the use of the rattan ring!

Format: DVD-R NTSC
Languages: English
Length: 50 min.

Review from Ted Mancuso from Plum Publishing: "In this second level of basic play, Randy Williams shows not only footwork but the accompanying kicks from the Wing Chun system. He also goes into very good detail on the principle of centerline. The invisible kick is discussed and shown in application. Take the basics title seriously, but Williams' demonstration will give you hours of work to do. At the end of the DVD he shows exercises and training with the Wing Chun rattan ring."

Randy Williams - Wing Chun Kung Fu - DVD 03 - Combat Drills Part 1: Basic Blocks and Traps

Features the five star arm toughening drill, Kuen Sin Kuen punch interception and straight punch drills, (4 variations, done 3 ways), as well as Pock Sau for quickness and dexterity in blocking and trapping. You will also learn Yut Fook Yee Yin/Yang attack and defence drill and many others.

Format: DVD-R NTSC
Languages: English
Length: 50 min.

Review from Ted Mancuso from Plum Publishing: "Williams' idea is that combat drills bring the applied structure into action. That is to say, the structure of the system in relation to a partner. Many drills with the partner are shown to a repeat pattern. These include a very distinct Wing Chun version of three stars, crossing punches and other hand drills, some of them requiring a good deal of coordination."

Randy Williams - Wing Chun Kung Fu - DVD 04 - Combat Drills Part 2: Advanced Blocks and Traps

Covers slow attack drills, four line changing, simultaneous attack and defense, trapping and kicking, Woo Sau cutting angle defense, Fon Sau drill for quickness and economy of movement, Lop Sau, Wing Chun's timing and trapping drill, Gahng Gyeuk, a 6-part shin/knee/calf toughening exercise and others.

Format: DVD-R NTSC
Languages: English
Length: 50 min.

Review from Ted Mancuso from Plum Publishing: "Williams' idea is that combat drills bring the applied structure into action. That is to say, the structure of the system in relation to a partner. Many drills with the partner are shown to a repeat pattern. These include a very distinct Wing Chun version of Wu Sao and Laup Sau drills, with many variations which evolve out of each drill pattern. Also, at the end of the DVD, he shows iron palm training for Wing Chun."

Randy Williams - Wing Chun Kung Fu - DVD 05 - Chee Sau Concepts & Strategies Part 1: Single Stick and Rolling

Covers Look Sau, the famous double rolling arms cycle of Wing chun. Single sticky hand and inside and outside whip cycles are demonstrated, as well as basic three part sensitivity drills. All are clearly shown with and without the specific footwork, to make these techniques easier to learn and apply!

Format: DVD-R NTSC
Languages: English
Length: 50 min.

Review from Ted Mancuso from Plum Publishing: "Ted Wong and others aid in this in-depth DVD on sticky hands. #1 starts with basic single patterns. His details are quite specific and clear. Then he gives multiple demos for you to mimic. He shows variations of single Chee Sau, such as running hands. Next he adds steps. Double hands next. He also shows switches and melds of single and double hands. Typically, for Williams Sifu, his DVD are rich with exercises and drills."

Randy Williams - Wing Chun Kung Fu - DVD 06 - Chee Sau Concepts & Strategies Part 2: Combat Sticky Hands

Randy takes you to new heights with the ultimate in Look Sau rolling arms techniques: 25 Gwoh Sau combat/attack combinations, as well as 2 response chains. All are designed to allow you to handle the multiple variations and possible outcomes of an attack.

Format: DVD-R NTSC
Languages: English
Length: 50 min.

Review from Ted Mancuso from Plum Publishing: "Having given the patterns in the previous DVD, Williams Sifu goes on to combat sticky hands. His approach utilizes four positions from which to launch all attacks. Where most people just want to jump into Chee Sau, Williams Sifu's approach is organized and progressive. Many examples are shown, utilizing a wide range of strikes including elbows, headbutts, palms and grappling actions."

Randy Williams - Wing Chun Kung Fu - DVD 07 - 108 Wooden Dummy Motions Part 1

Covers the first 60 motions of the Mook Yan Joang Fot Yut Ling Bot wooden dummy forms and their applications. Also covered are dummy structure and installation.

Format: DVD-R NTSC
Languages: English
Length: 50 min.

Review from Ted Mancuso from Plum Publishing: "The wooden dummy form is presented in these two DVDs. Teacher Williams shows the motions in the very classical form of the Yip Man school. Every motion is explained in part one for the first 60 actions. He shows not only the applications on a partner, but much of the strategy and many follow-ups. A very clear and thorough presentation if, to our eyes, a bit mechanical. Overall, a serious and forthright effort."

Randy Williams - Wing Chun Gung-Fu - DVD 08 - 108 Wooden Dummy Motions Part 2

Covers the remaining 48 motions based on the Biu Jee thrusting fingers set. Again, forms and applications are covered.

Format: DVD-R NTSC
Languages: English
Length: 50 min.

Review from Ted Mancuso from Plum Publishing: "The wooden dummy form is presented in these two DVDs. Teacher Williams shows the motions in the very classical form of the Yip Man school. Every motion is explained in part one for the first 60 actions. He shows not only the applications on a partner, but much of the strategy and many follow-ups. A very clear and thorough presentation if, to our eyes, a bit mechanical. Overall a serious and forthright effort."

Randy Williams - Wing Chun Kung Fu - DVD 09 - Wooden Dummy Training Part 1: Advanced Wooden Dummy Drills

Concentrates on the Lop Sau/Fon Sau Switch, the Chahng Dai Jyeung Switch, the Biu Sau Switch, the Gum Sau Switch and the Pock Sau Switch. He then goes into Look Sau rolling hands and attack combinations, sticky foot, the dummy centerline theory and more.

Format: DVD-R NTSC
Languages: English
Length: 56 min.

Review from Ted Mancuso from Plum Publishing: "What is great about Wing Chun is that it emphasizes drills and contact, hands on training. At one time ALL Kung Fu was taught this way. Here are many, many drill combinations on the wooden dummy. In each case, the ever-sincere Williams immediately shows the application on a partner. Not a lot of theory, but many good drills with a particular emphasis on outside to inside control of the centerline. First hand combinations, then both hand-leg and leg only combinations. This is useful wooden dummy work, making it a good practice partner and very useful for the home student."

Randy Williams - Wing Chun Kung Fu - DVD 10 - Wooden Dummy Training Part 2: Lop Sau, Chee Sau & Dummy

Concentrates on the Lop Sau/Fon Sau Switch, the Chahng Dai Jyeung Switch, the Biu Sau Switch, the Gum Sau Switch and the Pock Sau Switch. He then goes into Look Sau rolling hands and attack combinations, sticky foot, the dummy centerline theory and more.

Format: DVD-R NTSC
Languages: English
Length: 56 min.

Review from Ted Mancuso from Plum Publishing: "This second part on the dummy training introduces the more mobile footwork patterns such as triangle step (ghost stepping) with associated hand motions. For many people, this can be surprisingly difficult to understand and the dummy is an excellent way to achieve the true feelings of these motions. Many clear drills. Again, he shows most things in application on a partner. He also shows the use of the wooden dummy almost as a responsive partner when training for Lap Sau and Chee Sao drills."

Randy Williams - Wing Chun Kung Fu - DVD 11 - Close-Range Combat Techniques Part 1: Combat Principles

An explanation of important Wing Chun fighting principles, such as the open/closed relationship, plant/trap/hit, the yin cutting angle, combat attitude, body unity and more. Also included are a number of fighting techniques, demonstrated at speed and in detailed slow-motion.

Format: DVD-R NTSC
Languages: English
Length: 56 min.

Review from Ted Mancuso from Plum Publishing: "Randy Williams shows the less classical and more street oriented applications of the art taken from all aspects like Chee Sau and the Dummy. He leavens the instruction with humor and clarifies with good explanations. He talks at length about the open and closed fighting relationships. Other points covered include waiting a beat at entrance, angle and timing and rules for close and open fighting. This DVD ranges freely among the forms to mix techniques for all combat orientations."

Randy Williams - Wing Khun Gung Fu - DVD 12 - Close-Range Combat Techniques Part 2: Straight Punches & Kicks

Randy continues to demonstrate fighting techniques against the jab, the 1-2, and a variety of different kicks.

Format: DVD-R NTSC
Languages: English
Length: 60 min.

Review from Ted Mancuso from Plum Publishing: "Starting with defenses against a jab, Sifu Williams goes through a wide variety of patterned responses. Possibly because the attacks are simple strikes, he shows the really tight in-fighting of the Wing Chun system with many grabs, skin twists, hair pulls, throats locks and similar applications. A few of these are a trifle too formal and mechanical, but every one teaches useful principles. Many short range fingers attacks and quick manipulations."

Randy Williams - Wing Chun Gung-Fu - DVD 13 - Close-Range Combat Techniques Part 3: Emergency Defenses

Starts off with a unique warm-up series and then continues with fighting techniques against a variety of punching combinations, as well as different grabs, rear attacks and other self-defense situations.

Format: DVD-R NTSC
Languages: English
Length: 35 min.

Review from Ted Mancuso from Plum Publishing: "Here is what might be called the street defense portion of the training. Williams presents many movements for use at close range and enter-to-grappling ranges. Grabs, tackles, pushes, ground work, and a host of other situations are surveyed. Not every response is a gem, but there is a wealth of information here. Williams also lets us see a bit of his humor..."

Randy Williams - Wing Chun Kung Fu - DVD 14 - Training Methods Part 1: Advanced Lop Sau Principles

Numerous training drills designed to perfect your Wing Chun techniques, including Lop Sau switches with kicks, stop kicks, broken rhythm, Fon Sau switching, Chahng Dai Jyeung switching, Biu Sau switching, Gum Sau switching, Pock Sau switching and more.

Format: DVD-R NTSC
Languages: English
Length: 41 min.

Review from Ted Mancuso from Plum Publishing: "Most Kung Fu styles presently suffer from the same thing: not enough training practices. Luckily, Wing Chun has retained many drills and hands-on methods. Take this DVD, for instance. Sifu William starts with a set Lop Sau patter: parry, pull down, back knuckle. Then he builds the pattern into its own variations. This is a great bridge between form and spontaneity and no different from working a takedown or choke over and over for both feel and adaptability. So this is not only a good DVD for its contents, but it might inspire any good teacher to additional routines."

Randy Williams - Wing Chun Kung Fu - DVD 15 - Training Methods Part 2: Advanced Two Man Drills

Demonstrates training drills such as the Pock Sau cycle, leakage drills, Huen Da, block responses, the body trap drill, single sticky hand with kicks, combat sticky foot and more.

Format: DVD-R NTSC
Languages: English
Length: 41 min.

Review from Ted Mancuso from Plum Publishing: "Many good drills here. A number of two person drills are shown. Basically these break down into kicking and stepping combinations based on single hand Chee Sao with Wing Chun kicks added. There are also other combinations such as leaking drills. Toward the end is a large section on sticky legs combinations."

Randy Williams - Wing Chun Kung Fu - DVD 16 - Training Methods Part 3: Structure & Stamina

Randy Williams teaches the Siu Leem Tau form, the Chum Kiu form, the Biu Jee form and some of his unique training methods such as the 1080 punches, the 1024 kicks, short punches, L-moving and whip power. These drills are guaranteed to make the most of your practice sessions.

Format: DVD-R NTSC
Languages: English
Length: 60 min.

Review from Ted Mancuso from Plum Publishing: "The focus here is on repetition and just plain solid drilling. Williams shows some good old intense training, like how to break down the Sil Lum Tao form and repeat each section 108 times. Same with Chum Kiu. Then he demonstrates a sequence of 108 punches and different ways to engage in intensive training."

Randy Williams - Wing Chun Kung Fu - DVD 17 - Sil Lum Tao Concepts & Principles Part 1

The first form is Sil Lum Tao or 'The Little Idea'. A demonstration of the complete Sil Lum Tao form and a detailed breakdown of part one motions and principles including basic stance, basic punching principles, concept of facing, grabbing, simultaneous independent motion of the hands, Chi development, rooting/sinking, hooking traps, basic blocking structure, the cutting angle of Wing Chun blocks, Leen Siu Dai Da economy of motion and more.

Format: DVD-R NTSC
Languages: English
Length: 60 min.

Review from Ted Mancuso from Plum Publishing: "In this part of the series, Randy Williams goes into great detail to show the roots of the drills embedded in the Sil Lum Tao form. He starts with the complete form, while giving voice-over narration. As he progresses through the form he shows multiple meanings and uses for each and every motion. There is some repetition of earlier drills, but the context here is conceptual more than just practice. This is the FIRST of TWO DVDS." 

Randy Williams - Wing Chun Kung Fu - DVD 18 - Sil Lum Tao Concepts & Principles Part 2

Part 2 continues with detailed explanations of part two and three motions and principles of the Sil Lum Tao Form including whirlpool energy, striking principles, trapping principles, multi-directional movement, punching variations, Yut Fook Yee, one hand traps two, invisible centerline attack principle, basic concept of reference, long bridge motions, knee and elbow strikes, borrowing power, palm striking variations, neck trapping and the stupid trap.

Format: DVD-R NTSC
Languages: English
Length: 60 min.

Review from Ted Mancuso from Plum Publishing: "In this part of the series, Randy Williams goes into great detail to show the roots of the drills embedded in the Sil Lum Tao form. He starts with the complete form, while giving voice-over narration. As he progresses through the form, he shows multiple meanings and uses for each and every motion. There is some repetition of earlier drills, but the context here is conceptual more than just practice. This is the SECOND of TWO DVDS."

Randy Williams - Wing Chun Kung Fu - DVD 19 - Sil Lum Tao Techniques Part 1

Sil Lum Tao applications in combat sticky hands engagements which include Sup Jee Sau, Chop Kuen, Loy Fon Chop Kuen, Ngoy Kwun Sau, Loy Kwun Sau, Loy Fon Kuen, inclusion, Chau Kuen Siu Kuen, Tan Da, Huen Da, Woo Sau, running hand, Woo Sau clamping trap, Fook Sau, Pock Sau, Pock Da, Loy Pock Sau, Jing Jyeung, Gum Jyeung, shoulder butts & blocks, Gum Sau, Gum Da and more.

Format: DVD-R NTSC
Languages: English
Length: 50 min.

Review from Ted Mancuso from Plum Publishing: "The Mystery Science Theater 3000 approach to instruction. There are about 400 jokes on this narrated presentation of continuous Wing Chun sparring with multiple students and teachers. Williams and two cohorts comment on his own real time fighting footage of sparring. Williams points out the applications of the Sil Lum Tao form in the midst of flashing attacks and counters. His humor is fast, punny and ranges even more than techniques, sometimes missing completely but welcome and much more like overhearing the way most martial artists actually sit around and analyze their friends and compatriots. Wing Chun lends itself perfectly to this kind of real time analysis and - if you have eyes - you will see a lot."

Randy Williams - Wing Chun Kung Fu - DVD 20 - Sil Lum Tao Techniques Part 2

Combat sticky hands engagements highlighting more Sil Lum Tao principles and techniques in application including Lon Da, Lop/Fun Sau, Jom Sau, Chuo Kuen, Yut Fook Yee, Jut Sau, Biu Sau, Syeung Kuen, Hahng Sau, Ding Sau, Tai Kuen, Hay Jahng, Tai Sut, Kau Sau, Ngoy Jut Sau, Chahng Jyeung, Pon Geng Sau, the stupid trap, Gahng Sau, Gahng Da, Tan Sau Wrap, clamping trap, circling cut, Chahng Dai Jygung, Boang Sau, sinking Tan Sau, Pau Sau, Tuet Sau and more.

Format: DVD-R NTSC
Languages: English
Length: 49 min.

Review from Ted Mancuso from Plum Publishing: "The Mystery Science Theater 3000 approach to instruction. There are about 400 jokes on this narrated presentation of continuous Wing Chun sparring with multiple students and teachers. Williams and two cohorts comment on his own real time fighting footage of sparring. Williams points out the applications of the Sil Lum Tao form in the midst of flashing attacks and counters. His humor is fast, punny and ranges even more than techniques, sometimes missing completely but welcome and much more like overhearing the way most martial artists actually sit around and analyze their friends and compatriots. Wing Chun lends itself perfectly to this kind of real time analysis and - if you have eyes - you will see a lot."

Randy Williams - Wing Chun Kung Fu - DVD 21 - Chum Kiu Concepts & Principles Part 1

Starts with the complete Chum Kiu Form with then continues with a detailed explanation of its individual motions and principles, including body unity, concept of reference, Yin/Yang motion, inclusion/exclusion, use of centrifugal/centripetal force, relaxed power, leg checking, elbow attack, stance pivoting range and limits, joint locks/strikes, mixing principles, waist trapping, Boang Sau defense, roots of Lop Sau and more.

Format: DVD-R NTSC
Languages: English
Length: 49 min.

Review from Ted Mancuso from Plum Publishing: "Everyone in Wing Chun works with Sil Lum Tao, and Bil Ji is the inner door art and therefore well practiced. Chum Kiu is like Wing Chun's workhorse. Footwork is introduced, kicks, dissolving the opponent's power and outside and inside covering. This is the FIRST of the THREE PART breakdown of this form. In each of these, Sifu Williams not only shows the form but goes into extensive explanations on the meaning and usage of each section of the form, including stance pivoting, joint locking, body reference, elbow blocks, leg checking, waist trapping and much more."

Randy Williams - Wing Chun Kung Fu - DVD 22 - Chum Kiu Concepts & Principles Part 2

Explanations of Chum Kiu principles including outward diagonal punch, excluding from underneath, combination footwork, various facing relationships, combat usage of Fook Sau, whip power, hand strikes on the ground, combing circular and straight motion, combining bent and straight motion, kicking principles, leg blocking, hock throw, plant/trap/hit principle, use of momentum, change of reference vs. one or more opponents and more.

Format: DVD-R NTSC
Languages: English
Length: 48 min.

Review from Ted Mancuso from Plum Publishing: "Everyone in Wing Chun works with Sil Lum Tao, and Bil Ji is the inner door art and therefore well practiced. Chum Kiu is like Wing Chun's workhorse. Footwork is introduced, kicks, dissolving the opponent's power, outside and inside covering. This is the SECOND of the THREE PART breakdown of this form. In each of these, Sifu Williams not only shows the form but goes into extensive explanations on the meaning and usage of each section of the form, including stance pivoting, joint locking, body reference, elbow blocks, leg checking, waist trapping and much more."

Randy Williams - Wing Chun Kung Fu - DVD 23 - Chum Kiu Concepts & Principles Part 3

Explanations of Chum Kiu principles, plus a slow-motion look at the Chum Kiu Form. Finally, Randy teaches combat Lop Sau, which teaches you how to break into free-form combat from the Lop Sau cycle. Chum Kiu principles covered in this tape include the sidekick, stop kicking vs. punching and kicking, kick sequence for training, ducking, offset timing, defense vs. hooks/backfists and more.

Format: DVD-R NTSC
Languages: English
Length: 43 min.

Review from Ted Mancuso from Plum Publishing: "Everyone in Wing Chun works with Sil Lum Tao, and Bil Ji is the inner door art and therefore well practiced. Chum Kiu is like Wing Chun's workhorse. Footwork is introduced, kicks, dissolving the opponent's power and outside and inside covering. This is the THIRD of the THREE PART breakdown of this form. In each of these, Sifu Williams not only shows the form but goes into extensive explanations on the meaning and usage of each section of the form, including stance pivoting, joint locking, body reference, elbow blocks, leg checking, waist trapping and much more."

Randy Williams - Wing Chun Kung Fu - DVD 24 - Chum Kiu Combat Techniques

Combat sticky hand engagements highlighting Chum Kiu principles in application, including Choh Ma Cheh Kuen, Jeen Kuen, Pai Jahng, Soang Jahng, Chum Jahng, Jeep Sau, waist trap, Lon Sau, Boang Sau Neckbreak, Ngoy Doy Gock Kuen, exclusion, Jing Ma, Jing Gyeuk, Ngoy Tiu Gyeuk, leakage attacks, Chum Kiu, Chau Kuen, Pon Geng Sau, Lop Fook Sau, Wahng Gyeuk, Loy Tiu Gyeuk, Loy Doy Gock Gyeuk and more.

Format: DVD-R NTSC
Languages: English
Length: 60 min.

Randy Williams - Wing Chun Kung Fu - DVD 25 - Biu Jee Concepts & Principles Part 1

The third hand form is Biu Jee or shooting fingers. In volume 1, Randy Williams starts with the complete Biu Jee form. Next is a detailed breakdown of part one motions and principles, including combining the forms, advanced Biu Jee pivoting, spring fingers strike, wrist snapping power, four-way wrist whipping, horizontal forearm strikes, grabbing techniques, crawling trap, butting elbow strike, nosecone defenses, rolling strikes on the ground, complex timing and more.

Format: DVD-R NTSC
Languages: English
Length: 48 min.

Review from Ted Mancuso from Plum Publishing: "Biu Jee is the highest hand form in most Wing Chun branches. It takes the energies developed in the other two forms and refines them to pinpoint accuracy and power. This master form is the kind you could learn in a month and practice for a lifetime. Finger movements are introduced, per the name, but also the movements correspond to this form's OTHER name, Gup Gow Sao or 'emergency hand'. We had a similar thing in Kenpo, with what some of us called 'oops techniques', which were the kind of crude and effective techniques you used when things turned nasty quickly. In this FIRST part of the THREE PART series on this form, Sifu Williams introduces the form and then, while doing the breakdowns, goes into lengthy and thorough information on the applications and meanings of Biu Jee components, which include sticky footwork, kick evasion, butting elbow strikes, hair grabs, complex arch attacks and much more."

Randy Williams - Wing Chun Kung Fu - DVD 26 - Biu Jee Concepts & Principles Part 2

Continues with explanations of Biu Jee principles including lowline exclusion, spring power, Fock Sau blocking and attacking, defense vs. rear attack, close range usage of long bridge motions, adding Yang power to Yin motions, defeat of the Yin/Yang structure, mixing whirlpool and straightline energy, Gwot Sau scooping, chambering at extremely close range, finger strikes to the eyes and throat, multi attack, groundfighting and more.

Format: DVD-R NTSC
Languages: English
Length: 48 min.

Review from Ted Mancuso from Plum Publishing: "Biu Jee is the highest hand form in most Wing Chun branches. It takes the energies developed in the other two forms and refines them to pinpoint accuracy and power. This master form is the kind you could learn in a month and practice for a lifetime. Finger movements are introduced, per the name, but also the movements correspond to this form's OTHER name, Gup Gow Sao or 'emergency hand'. We had a similar thing in Kenpo, with what some of us called 'oops techniques', which were the kind of crude and effective techniques you used when things turned nasty quickly. In this SECOND part of the THREE PART series on this form, Sifu Williams introduces the form and then, while doing the breakdowns, goes into lengthy and thorough information on the applications and meanings of Biu Jee components, which include sticky footwork, kick evasion, butting elbow strikes, hair grabs, complex arch attacks and much more."

Randy Williams - Wing Chun Kung Fu - DVD 27 - Biu Jee Concepts & Principles Part 3

Continues with Randy Williams' explanations of Biu Jee principles, plus another look at the complete form in slow motion. Biu Jee principles in this video include inward diagonal punch, finding the root of all punches in Wing Chun blocks, determining the centerline, blending punch principles, abbreviated pivoting stance, forward/backward headbutting, the Wing Chun bob & weave, locking/stopkicking from a position of extreme disadvantage, kick facing, correlation of Wing Chun leg blocks to hand blocks and more.

Format: DVD-R NTSC
Languages: English
Length: 52 min.

Review from Ted Mancuso from Plum Publishing: "Biu Jee is the highest hand form in most Wing Chun branches. It takes the energies developed in the other two forms and refines them to pinpoint accuracy and power. This master form is the kind you could learn in a month and practice for a lifetime. Finger movements are introduced, per the name, but also the movements correspond to this form's OTHER name, Gup Gow Sao or 'emergency hand'. We had a similar thing in Kenpo, with what some of us called 'oops techniques', which were the kind of crude and effective techniques you used when things turned nasty quickly. In this THIRD part of the THREE PART series on this form, Sifu Williams introduces the form and then, while doing the breakdowns, goes into lengthy and thorough information on the applications and meanings of Biu Jee components, which include sticky footwork, kick evasion, butting elbow strikes, hair grabs, complex arch attacks and much more."

Randy Williams - Wing Chun Kung Fu - DVD 28 - Biu Jee Combat Techniques

Randy Williams demonstrates combat sticky hand engagements, highlighting Biu jee principles including Tahng Jee, forearm strikes, reverse neck trap, grabs, one finger trap, Gwai Jahng, nosecone defense, butting elbow, motion intercepting stance, inward/outward sweeps, complex blocks, outside whip punch, lowline exclusion, piercing toe kick and more.

Format: DVD-R NTSC
Languages: English
Length: 48 min.


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