The Wrong Kind Of Monkey style Kung Fu >>>>

"Unless we fully give ourselves over to our endeavors, we are hollow, superficial people and we never develop our natural gifts. We’ve all known people who, like monkeys, mimic whatever seems novel and flashy at the moment. But then their enthusiasm and efforts wane; they drop their projects as soon as they become too familiar or demanding."
- Epictetus, A Manual for Living

Wing Chun/Ving Tsun mastery or even just proficiency is simply a matter of sticking with it and doing the right things that will lead to mastery.

If mastery seems too much as a goal for now, then aim for proficiency... after you reach proficiency, then you can go for mastery.

But whatever you do don't be a monkey.

And don't copy monkeys or whatever you happen to find on places like YouTube.

Instead, copy a for-real, classic Wing Chun sifu and master...

Ip Chun... Ip Man's son.

What's more, if you claim this bundle (2 video set), you'll have for-real 8mm video footage of Ip Man demonstrating

  1. the Sil Lum Tao AND
  2. the Chum Kiu

This is very rare video footage that you can review over and over again until you become proficient and then gain mastery.

Here's a little about what comes in the bundle:

-- Downloadable video #1 Ip Chun - Original Wing Chun --

Wooden Man form (2 angles), Wing Chun history, the air dummy, techniques from the dummy, Chi Sao, Sil Lum Tao, Chum Kiu, and Biu Jee, Ip Man 8mm Footage of Sil Lum Tao, Ip Man 8mm Footage of Chum Kiu.

This DVD is a re-release of one of the earliest Wing Chun videos, Original Wing Chun. Watch as Grandmaster Ip (Yip) Chun does all three empty hand forms and then explains the applications, Chi Sau, and Lap Sau drills.


- Sil Lum Tao and Chum Kiu by Yip Man

- Sil Lum Tao demonstrated from multiple angles by Yip Chun

- Chum Kiu demonstrated from multiple angles by Yip Chun

- Biu Jee demonstrated from multiple angles by Yip Chun

- Applications by Yip Chun and trained by Samuel Kwok and his student Trevor Jefferson

- Chi Sao between Yip Chun and Samuel Kwok, and Yip Chun and Trevor Jefferson

- Lap Sau Drill between Samuel Kwok and Trevor Jefferson with Yip Chun watching

- More Chi Sao (you can't get enough chi sao!)

-- Downloadable video #2 Ip Chun - Wooden Dummy Techniques and Applications --

One of the earliest Wing Chun videos anywhere! Yip Man demonstrates Sil Lum Tao and Chun Kiu. Yip Chun does all 3 forms. Yip Chun and Samuel Kwok do applications, Chi Sao, Lap drill and more.

An ancient story tells how, three hundred years ago, a nun fled from the destruction of the Shaolin Temple and brought the world a method of unarmed combat par excellence. This previously secret art is now the most widely practiced Kung Fu system throughout the world.

Ip Chun is the son of Ip Man - Bruce Lee's instructor. In this program, the Grandmaster performs the two forms against the Wooden Dummy then the forms solo, and finally the applications.

The footage contained in the program is unique and only available through select vendors (ahem... WingChunLife Video MASTERY)


* Wooden Man Form (2 angles)

* Wing Chun History

* The Air Dummy

* Techniques from the Dummy

* Chi Sao

* Sil Lum Tao

* Chum Kiu

* Biu Jee

* Ip Man 8mm Footage of Sil Lum Tao

* Ip Man 8mm Footage of Chum Kiu

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