by Randy Williams
The Wing Chun System is comprised of only three hand forms. Although the forms are few and easy to learn, to master them requires patience, perserverance and determination. This mastery is vital, as the forms of Wing Chun are considered the keys to the system. The first form is Siu Leem Tau or The Little Idea.
CONCEPTS AND PRINCIPLES PART 1 starts with a complete demonstration of the Chum Kiu Form then continues with a detailed explanation of its individual motions and principles including: Stance Opening Sequence, Stance Pivoting, Body Unity, Concept of Reference, Yin/Yang Motion, INclusion/Exclusion, Wrist Power, Use of Centrifugal/Centripetal Force, Relaxed Power, Leg Checking, Chambering, Timing, Elbow Attack, Stance Pivoting Range and Limits, Elbow Blocks, Joint Locks/Strikes, Mixing Principles, Neckbreak, Spinthit, Waist Trapping, Yin Blocking Reference with the same footwork, Lon Sau inner arm grab and more....
When Steven Seagal, Phil Collins or Eric Clapton needed bodyguard protection, they called Wing Chnu master Randy Williams, one of the world's foremost experts on self-defense. Williams, who operates schools in various parts of the world, began training at the age of 13 under George Yau and completed his instruction in the system under world renown master Augustine Fong.