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DOWNLOAD: Randy Williams - WCGF 21 - Chum Kiu Concepts & Principles Part 1
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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. Learn More >>
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Randy Williams - Wing Chun Gung-Fu 21 - Chum kiu Concepts and 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: Digital Download
Resolution: 640 x 480
Languages: English
Length: 49 min.

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

Review from Ted Mancuso from Plum Publishing:

"Everyone in Wing Chun works with Siu Leem Tau. 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 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."
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