Wing Chun Video Library

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  1. Bob Hubbard

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    Wing Chun Video Sites:
    I gathered these from other posts in this forum. If anyone knows of additional WingChun clip sites, please add them here. :)

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    http://www.windycitywingchun.com/multimedia/wcmovies.html
    Some good "How To" clips.

    http://www.leungting.com/
    A few nice informational videos, more 'background' than 'howto'.

    http://www.martialartinstitute.com/video_clips.htm
    About a dozen video clips, appear to have been gathered from many places. Qualitys eh, in many. Worth a look.


    Also of note is Sifu Grados. His stuffs impressive, as its usually got a nice beat and shows some good stuff. It is however more of a comercial than anything educational.
    http://www.sifugrados.com/mcvideos.shtml

    He also offers a "Technique of the Month" section, and this is much more informative than his videos. They are clear, and done at a 'teaching' spead. A bit short, but most definately worth a look.
    http://www.sifugrados.com/technique.shtml


    http://www.wingchun.com/anim.shtml
    These are animated GIFs, not videos.

    http://members.lycos.nl/wingtsuncombat/
    This ones in German (I think)..the videos are low quality, and I've seen them floating around the net.




    Additional links:
    http://gongsau.isportsdot.com/ - many broken links

    http://www.wingtjun.com - short clips

    http://209.197.240.134/media/sifu_music_video.html - WC Rap Video

    http://www.wingtsun.com.au/gallery/movies.html

    http://www.wingchunkwoon.com/empty.asp Forms videos, def. cool.

    http://www.columbia.edu/cu/wingtsun/videos.html many broken links

    http://www.geocities.com/sifuleungmovies/ Lots of clips, also a CD of clips is available for sale.
     
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    All these videos are pathetic.

    Sincerely,

    Ed
     
  6. well Ed, why dont you show us something that isnt "pathetic".
     
  7. Also, does anyone have videos of the complete forms?
     
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    Thank you for going to this trouble! I will bookmark the best sites for future reference.

    I have the Master Wong Shun Leung DVD and I can't believe how different classical Wing Chun is from the modified "stuff" I learned years ago. Ain't nothing like the real thing...
     
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    Do a google search for Choy Sheung Teng, he has posted the SLT, BJ, CK, MYJ, he hasn't got the 2 weapons forms unfourtuanatly
     
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    Thats a quality DVD.
     
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    Thanks for the links-some could not be opened
     
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    Hi,

    Some Videos from SiFu Lee's school. Hit prev & next to navigate to others.

    Also, SiFu Lee wrote some explanations for some of the videos of training drills here, here and here

    Enjoy,
    Marcus
     
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    Thanks for sharing that!
     
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    Hi there, here is a link about Sifu Gary Lam. One of the students of master Wong Sheung Leung. I consider him one of the best Sifus in applying the method of the centerline.

    Here you will find some of his videos
    http://www.garylamwingchun.com/movies.html
     
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    Jonathan Randell, What was the difference you noticed, do you mean that classical WingChun is more realistic than the modern one, or you consider master Wong an exception.
     
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    The Wing Chun demonstrated by Master Wong was far superior to the hybrid modified modern system I learned. The body positioning, power generation, attention to stance and form, etc. was more defined in Master Wong's demonstration. That does not mean that I think classical Wing Chun is always better than modern, simply better, far better, in fact, than the modern style I was exposed to. I do not know enough about both styles to come to a determination; although, were I to study Wing Chun now I would probably choose the classical form.

    On edit: the system I studied, sad to say, was junk.
     

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