Synopses & Reviews
With exciting stories of drama, combat, and intrigue from the streets of Sydney to the rooftops of Hong Kong, this DVD documents elements of kung fu grandmaster William Cheung's training as he used it to fight and maneuver his way out of deadly situations. Techniques are applicable to street-combat situations, and drills are demonstrated in a clear, repetitive fashion for easy learning. The stories also share historical narratives of Cheung's personal history and his fighting days that include martial art luminaries such as Bruce Lee. Demonstrating the differences between choy il fut and wing chun, this volume outlines basic fighting strategies, including observing one's opponent, controlling the lead elbow on the blind side, perfecting footwork, and much more.
About the Author
William Cheung was a longtime friend of the late Bruce Lee and his training partner in the art of wing chun. He operates a worldwide network of wing chun instructors and students at his headquarters in Australia.