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Friday, August 12, 2011

Wing Chun Illustrated Videos


Date: 8/11/11
Subject: Wing Chun Illustrated & AFH News

Hello,
     The second issue for Wing Chun Illustrated will be out very soon!  Our first article was on the Foundation of Pin Sun Boxing.  The second article will conver the Twelve Fists of Pin Sun Boxing.  I have also shared two clips from our basic training.  The Siu Lin & Dai Lin partner sets.  Belwo you will fins links to Wing Chun Illustrated and our Youtube clips!  
     We also recommend visiting our MIT Qigong Club website:  http://web.mit.edu/qigong   Our Qigong club has been very active lately and we have also added a Qigong Blog with lots of great info.!  Visit often as our site is always changing and adding new things!  Come join us every Monday night for a FREE Zhan Zhuang Qigong classes @ MIT.

Thanks for the support!

Peace,
Jim
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The single-hand Choc Sao for Siu Lin Tao cultivates basic hand skills such as Pak, Tan, Fook, Jut and Jeung while coordinating hand and body unity. This Choc Sao is the root conditioning for the muscles, tendons and joints, and is known as the core set for developing Jarn Dai Lik (big elbow strength). Set demonstrated by WCI columnist Jim Roselando Jr (right) and Frank Ferrara (both 6th generation disciples in the art of Pin Sun Wing Chun).

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The single-hand Choc Sao for the Dai Lin Tao cultivates basic hand skills such as Got, Chuen, Fook, Jut and Jeung while coordinating hand and body unity. This Choc Sao (and Siu Lin Tao) are the roots of the basic "release" hands of Pin Sun Gung Fu. Basic sets demonstrated by Jim Roselando Jr and Frank Ferrara (both 6th generation disciples in the art of Pin Sun Wing Chun).