Randy Williams - Wing Chun Gung Fu - The Explosive Art of Close Range Combat - Volume 4: Biu Jee and Sticky Handsy
If you have been around a while, then you know of these books by Randy Williams. Originally published in 1989, the Wing Chun Gung Fu series was the first attempt to publish the complete Wing Chun system and is still considered by many to be the most in-depth look at the wing chun system in (or out of) print. (The other contender would be Wayne Belonoha's look at the Moy Yat system in his Wing Chun Compendium series). These books are on the shelves of many modern day Sifus and many of the diagrams, text, and maxims originally printed here have found their way onto posters, manuals, and other media over the years.
Now, after having being out of print for many, many years, we are very happy to offer these books again. Sifu William's top student, Mario Lopez, has done a limited edition second printing of these books. If you are a serious colector or just want to add to your wing chun knowledge, then this series is highly recommended. Even if you come from a different lineage the books pack a ton of information that will apply to your own Wing Chun.
THE WING CHUN SYSTEM
WING CHUN TERMINOLOGY
TRADITIONAL WING CHUN RULES OF CONDUCT
THE BIU JEE FORM
BIU JEE 108 BREAKDOWN
BIU JEE MAIN POINTS
JUI YING - CHASING
THE HORIZONTAL LEG-LEVEL
THE "EIGHT KICKS" OF WING CHUN
SAN SAU - PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS
CHEE SAU - "STICKY HANDS"
CHEE SAU CONCEPTS
CHEE GYEUK - "STICKY FOOT"
DAY HA GWOH SAU - WING CHUN GROUNDFIGHTING
BIU JEE HUEN SAU
THE STUDY OF POWER
WING CHUN FORMS: THE "KEYS TO THE SYSTEM"
THE "IMPROVISATIONAL" STAGE
"YUT DING FOT"
Board book: 246 pages
Publisher: Mario Lopez; 1.1 edition (2013)
Product Dimensions: 11.6 x 7.6 x 0.7 inches
Shipping Weight: 1.2 pounds