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Wooden Dummies Wallbags
The Mook Yan Jong (Wooden Dummy) is the classical Wing Chun training device. Used in place of a training partner to develop precision, form and greater power, a dummy is a must for any serious practitioner of Wing Chun.
Here you'll find the highest quality wallbags for Wing Chun and Iron Palm training. These wallbags are invaluable training tools. Every serious student has a few at home.
Butterfly Swords Longpoles
The swords represent the highest level of learning in Wing Chun Kung Fu. As you master the form and applications, these training swords will help you reach your goals of becoming the best.
Quality poles are always in high demand and are very hard to come by. From the original long pole wood - Quan Din, favored by Sifus - to affordable oak for beginners, we have you covered.
Hanging Bags Dit Da Jow
Here you'll find both traditional and unique Wing Chun hanging bags.
Dit Da Jows have many uses, but most are used for healing. Good Jows help promote your own body's healing methods, and are great for bruises, sprains, pulled tendons or muscles, bone bruises, and other uses. They are also perfect for toughening the striking surfaces of the body, hardening bones and Iron Palm training.
Training Rings Iron Palm
Here you will find a growing selection of rattan rings and iron rings for your ring training. Be sure to pick up a few books and videos on the subject as well!
Iron Palm training is taught in many lineages of Wing Chun. It is where you start to blend the internal and external forces into practical applications. These products will help you condition your hands to withstand damage and develop your devastating internal power.
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Buick Yip - Mui Fa Jong
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Yim Wing Chun was well known as a master of the plum flower posts. To this day certain lineages still practice chi sao and other drills on these posts. The typically range from 2 inches in diameter to 7 inches or so (the better you get the smaller the post). The minimum configuration is 5 posts evenly spaced in a square with 1 central post. The posts should be spaced according to your height (for proper footwork). The general spacing is that each post's center is 2 feet from each neighboring post's center.

You will receive 5 posts. You can secure them to a board if you like, but they are meant to be separate so they are easily portable.
   
 
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