Discussion in 'Wing Chun' started by GouRonin, Sep 21, 2001.
I made a MJ based off these videos. The cost is low and the dummy works well.
This may sound strange, but in a pinch when shadowing the form (or when traveling), you can mark the corners of an upside down equilateral triangle with 8" base and use that to keep your range in check (drop the bottom corner about 5 inches extra). It won't train the contact or navigating around the elbows of the dummy but it will help keep your range in check. White boards or small bits of painter's tape are useful for this. An actual dummy is always better!
Example attached here!
In this video it's described how to build a wooden dummy. They use professional machine for build it but i want to try only with manual tools. Anyone have already tried?
Do you have suggestions?
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