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The six and a half points pole is one of the unique weapons utilized by the Wing Chun system. Traditionally this weapon made it possible for the wing chun master to make use of the short powerful movements of the waist in wing chun to deliver pin point accurate deadly powerful blows with the end of a long pole.
Master Wong will be your personal trainer guiding you step by step through the form until you have learned this ancient and powerful weapon form.
In the modern day this training is still a valuable part of learning the wing chun system. The strength gained by practicing with the pole can be applied to empty hand combat, especially in the street.
With updates to follow from Master Wong once the form is mastered the use of the pole can be applied as reference to the opponent’s limbs. The gripping strength and rooted low center of gravity can be used to enhance the level 3 Bui jee training and grappling for better manipulation of your opponents body. Let master Wong explain to you how this kind of training can cement your base and give you power to overcome your opponent in the grappling zone.
Down load this valuable training footage now and see how our unique system utilizes old methods of training with new methods of applying to over come the modern threats faced on the streets of today.
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Running time: Over 3 hours long
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