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What sets this program apart from all other Wing Chun programs is that Sifu Jon Rister will train the genuine fighting art without holding back. Not only will you progress more rapidly than any other program, you will have the mindset and understanding to see through all the problems in the way Wing Chun is taught and executed today. Learn More >>
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Jon Rister - Wing Chun 16 - Wing Chun Home Study Program (Red-Black Belt)

The Rister international martial art Wing Chun home study program is above board because:
- The lineage is solid
- The instructor has multiple systems learned that have corresponding principals
- This instructor has EXPERIENCE and understands the Psychology that must enter into the training, which is hidden in the forms of Wing Chun, but is rarely taught directly as it is here.

Join me in this Wing Chun journey to find the fighter within you through Wing Chun. Here is what a senior student has to say and, mind you, he studied many years before he met me.

What sets this program apart from all other Wing Chun programs is that Sifu Jon Rister will train the genuine fighting art without holding back. Not only will you progress more rapidly than any other program, you will have the mindset and understanding to see through all the problems in the way Wing Chun is taught and executed today. This is not a demonstration art. You will not learn theatrics. This is a real weapons-based system that is unforgiving and brutally efficient. Other schools will hold back the weapons aspect until you have spent many, many years training. This is withholding the understanding and tactics of the real fight. Unfortunately, most schools simply do not understand the tactics or confuse techniques for tactics. At Rister International Martial Arts, this tactical mindset is taught early on. I have been in this program for over 10 years, and I have been through several advancements in curriculum changes. I can testify that if one applies himself or herself, you can progress very rapidly in this program. The goal of the curriculum and each level of proficiency is made quite clear. If you know your destination, then the pathway to getting there is so much more attainable. After diligent study and practice under Sifu Jon, I can instantly see the problems and errors of many so-called experts and masters of these arts. So if you are serious in learning the genuine art of Wing Chun and do not want to waste your time or money, the choice is quite obvious - Rister International Martial Arts Wing Chun program. However, do not take my word for it, try it for yourself. See how far and how fast you can excel. Posers will not apply. -Dr. Alfred Huang, Senior Level Instructor

Resolution: 853 x 480
Running Time: 19 mins, 41 mins, 27 mins, 58 mins, 55 mins, 55 mins = 4 hours 15 mins

Wing Chun belt rank system 2019 RIMA

For each level of Wing Chun we ask for a little of the forms, some base of fire striking, as well as a good understanding of core principals of Wing Chun. Dr. Alfred and I have gone to the trouble of writing two books explaining terminology and many other important aspects of this art, therefore I will not write two books here on this curriculum. If you are training in this program you should have access to our books, videos and these works use all three combined with lessons with me (privately) or a principal instructor of ours. In cases where you have limited access to lessons with me use face books page to ask questions and get advice, that is what it is there for. Wing Chun is based first and foremost on simplicity.

Red belt level 1
• Sui Nim Tao section one. Use Class time or video.
• Here we are asking for a simple practiced execution of only section one, we are not asking for terms here just movements with breathing of 4-4-4 4second in, four seconds pause and four seconds out and slow smooth pace.
• Marching Punches these are the foundation of base of fire striking and the core elements of Wing Chun training and fighting.
o The Chum Choi Punch if a base and a set up for other strikes.
• Base trapping from training bridge. o Pac Da, this is a Pac Sao and a straight punch.
o Lop Da grab/pull and punch from training bridge.
o Pac Sot, Pac Sao and Sot (throat cutting hand) Sao from a training bridge
o Lop Sot grab pull and Sot Sao.
• Side stepping footwork. Toh Ma

Blue Belt Level 2
• Sui Nim Tao sections 1 and 2 with terms (slow is smooth, smooth is fast).
o We are not looking for speed at all do the form for yourself not for those watching. Section one is slow. Section two is smooth.
• Developmental strike pre” base of fire”.
o Punch. marching punch.
o Slap or knife hand strike.
o Elbow horizontal level.
• 3 Gates: The first four gates are base level quadrants to learn to defend against wide angle attacks (most common).
o Gate 1 and 2, high outside, we are only asking for base level here.
. Gates one and two Lin Si1 Die Da (cover first and then hit).
. Tight cover (mainly for training purposes and oh shit moments).
. Wide cover (when for whatever reason you are not able to bring both hands into play).
o Gates 1 and 2 Lin Sil da Bui Da . Bui Da or cover and hit.
. Cover and hit together base level without much movement 50/50
• This is base level where you are defending and striking with equal intent (poor and inefficient by Wing Chun standards but a step up from the tight and wide cover)
• Gates 3 and 4 low outside o Lin Sil Die Da (cover first and then hit).
o Tight cover (mainly for training purposes and oh shit moments).
o Wide cover (when for whatever reason you are not able to bring both hands into play).
• Lin sil da: Gan da o Gan Da or cover and hit.
o Cover and hit together base level without much movement 50/50
o This is base level where you are defending and striking with equal intent (poor and inefficient by Wing Chun standards but a step up from the tight and wide cover)
• Phon Sao (trapping hands) stage 1 active bridge
o These are in essence the same as red belt level yet called fourth from an active bridge. Active bridge is offensive and usually from central line.
. Pac Da
. Pac Sot
. Pac Jern (jing). 4 Lop Da
. Lop Sot
. Lop Jern (wong jern).
• Foot work o Toh Ma sideways step.
o Toy Ma deflecting stance.
o Seep Ma C step or intercepting steps.
o Toy Ma deflecting stance.
o Choh Ma sitting horse.

Wing Chun Belt test level 3 - Green Belt.
• Sui Nim Tao
o This form should now be complete and with complete terminology, terms may be found in the book Wing Chun strategy and tactics Attack Attack Attack.
. Section 1 slow with breathing.
. Section 2 smooth with flow.
. Section 3 with snap.
• Chum Kui
o Section 1 with emphasis on turning with body unity and timing within your self . i.e. upper and lower body.
• Base of fire striking level one
o Punch, Slap, Punch.
o Punch, Slap, Elbow.
o Jong Sao or Lop Sao with, punch, punch, punch.
• Gates Execute the four gates with one follow up strike from base level striking.
o Gates 1 and 2:
. 3 ways as follows
. Tight cover -follow up slap or Wong Jern.
. Wide cover strike with blocking hand Chum Choi (a.k.a., marching punch)
. Biu Da follow up.
. Jong Sao marching punch.
o Gates 3 and 4,
. 3 ways as follows
. Tight cover - follow up opposite hand marching punch.
. Wide cover strike with blocking hand Pie Jarn (a.k.a. horizontal elbow).
. Gan Da follow up. Jong sao marching punch.

Wing Chun level 4 test Brown belt test
• Maintain all green belt forms you may be called on at any time to perform any lower rank skill set.
• Complete Chum Kui form with terms.
• Muk Yan Chong Fa section 1 side A.
• Luk Dim Boon Kwun Fa (long pole form) emphasize the intent and energy.
• Base of fire striking
o Punch, Slap, Elbow.
o Punch, Slap, Punch.
o Jong Sao, Punch, Punch, Punch.
o Punch, Elbow, Hammer Fist/Sot Sao.
• Phon Sao stage 2. (Stage 2 trapping) Forward, Cross and Wu energy.
• Forward Energy.
o Pac Da Loi Da, forward energy from Training bridge.
o Pac Da Loi Da from, Active bridge.
o Pac Da Loi Da from Flying bridge.
• Crossing Energy o Pac Sot Lop Sot, cross energy from Training bridge.
o Pac Da Lop Sao Qua Choi from Active bridge.
o Pac Da Lop Sao Qua Choi from Flying bridge.
• Wu Or Neutral energy.
o Pac Sao Jing Jern Tan Sao Pac Jing Jern, from Training bridge.
o Pac Sao Jing Jern Sup Sao Pac Sao Sot Sao from Active bridge.
o Pac Sao Da Kui Sao Pac Da from Flying bridge.
• Gates 1 to 8 emphasizing now the striking from 4 perspectives also striking is now at stage 3 meaning there will be three follow up strike per gate and base of fire strikes as needed for pain rinse and repeat.
• These will be maintained with various striking combinations experiment with which combinations work best with which types of defenses and types of opponents.
o Tight cover, Wide cover, Cover and hit 50/50, Cover and Hit 30/70 seventy percent of emphasis is now on the strike.
• Gates 1 and 2 Bui Da 30/70, Gates 3 and 4 Gan Da 30/70, Gates 5 and 6 Jut Da 30/70 Gates 7 and 8, Pac Da or under the flying bridge 30/70 (could be over the bridge depending on opponent)
• Execute all of these splicing on one or more base of fire striking combinations.

Wing Chun Belt test level 5 Gold Belt
• Maintain Brown Belt All Forms.
• Muk Yan Chong Fa sections 1 to 3 with base level terms footwork
• Toh Ma, Toy Ma, Seep Ma, Choh Ma.
• Base of Fire Striking o Punch, Slap, Elbow.
o Punch, Slap, Punch.
o Jong Sao, Punch, Punch, Punch.
o Punch, Elbow, Hammer Fist/Sot Sao. Gates Base
o Controlling is based on the striking pattern that you use however you should pick one, base of fire
o From active bridge, flying bridge, with base of fire elements 1-4 as needed for pain.
. Forward energy with base of fire elements.
. Crossing energy with base of fire elements.
. Center energy with base of fire elements.
o Use and experiment with base of fire elements testing use your best ones.
o Defend A Straight Punch With
. Bui Gerk
. Tan Gerk
. Bung Gerk
. Pac Gerk.
o Tan Da
o Bong Bui Lop Sot.
o Pac Da
• 1 Bui Da, 2 Bui Da, 3 Gan Da, 4 Gan Da, 5 Jut Da, 6 Jut Da, 7 Pac Da 8 Pac Da, 9 Bong Lop Sot, 10 Bong Lop Sot
• Gates 1 through 10 with follow ups striking and controlling
• Easily leads to control.
• Execute each gate with base of fire 1 -3
• Execute gates with base of fire 4 to control and sweep throw or lock.
• As seen in the book strike control break and may be modified to suit you personally.
• Trapping stage 2.
• Kicking against upper level attacks.
• Counter Trapping Stage 1.

Level 6 Black Belt I
• Maintain all previous forms at gold level.
• Bui Gee form section 1 with emphasis on controlling the rotating column.
• Staff form complete.
• Baat Chaam Doh form
o Outside Elements: Huen, Tan, Bong, Jut/Chaam Bui Chaam Gan Mun
• Muk Yan Chong Fa sections 1 -5
o Kui Sao, Pak Sao, Bong Sao, Huen Sao, Po Pai
• Gates dry fire application 12 gates each gate is with 5 defenses
o Tight cover (Oh Shit)
o Wide Cover
o Cover and then hit
o Cover and hit. 50/50
o Cover and hit 30/70
o Evade and thrust 100% attack
• Demonstrate defenses for Boxing style punchers using 12 gates as secondary technical elements.
• Use distance pacing and position to defeat the first motion.
o Jab, cross, hook attack (Pac Tan Bui da for instance)
o Jab, hook attack (same-same)
o Pak, Bui Da (light on pak)
o Jab, wide right Pak, Bui da
o Forward
o Center
o Neutral
o Create forward
o Create neutral
o Create cross
o Sow gerk Sweep inside the leg (Side)
o Gan gerk sweep outside the leg (back)
o Sow outside the leg (Cross Leg)
o Gan inside the leg (back)
o Chai Pressing down angle inside
o Pak pressing down or sideways flat of foot (shin/knee)
o Pak pressing down diagonal (back of knee)
• Wild swinging it’s about position and execution here.
• Toh Ma Choh Ma Toy Ma execute arrow punches.
• Demonstrate and explain 3 base energies for trapping stage II
• Demonstrate and explain create the response.
• Take downs sweeps/kicks

Level 7 Black belt level II
• Maintain all black level forms
• Add forms Muk Yan Chong Fa sections VI
• Application of forms for Baat Chaam Doh vs. staff with stage II follow ups
o Tan doh
o Bong doh
• Application of Sword VS sword
o Bui to Huen inside (blocks with right)
o Bui to Huen Wu (blocks with left or chasses)
• Phon Sao (trapping Hands)
o From active Bridge, Flying bridge and Rear hand barrier Phon Sao trapping by leading.
. Forward energy to
• Broken timing . beat
• Change to cross
• Change to neutral.
. Crossing energy to:
• Forward energy
• Neutral energy
• broken timing bait and switch
. Neutral energy to:
• Forward
• Cross
• 1/2 beat Bi Lop for instance
• Execute All gates as secondary or tertiary motions with base of fire 1-5
o Tight cover (Oh Shit)
o Wide cover.
o Cover and then hit
o Cover and hit 50/50 o Cover and hit 30/70
o Evade and thrust 100% attack
o Training bridge to Trapping structures with base of fire 1 -5
o Trapping structure from active bridge SAA from backhand.
o Flying bridge execute trapping structures.
o Rear hand barrier execute trapping.
o Capture the bridge execute trapping structures.
o Phon Sao trapping by leading.
o Forward energy to
o Broken timing . beat
o Change to cross
o Change to neutral.
o Forward energy
o Neutral energy
o Broken timing bait and switch
o Forward
o Cross
. beat Bi Lop for instance
o Bui
o Tan
o Pak Front leg
o Pak hop to rear leg
• Execute all base of fire applications as an attack through stage I and II trapping structures.
• At least these following with base of fire.
• Crossing Energy to
• Neutral Energy to
• Execute kicking form a forced bridge (defense)
• Execute kicking from a jammed bridge (offense)
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