The Wooden Man

  • There are 108 movements for the Wooden Man; repeated practice brings proper use of power.
  • Steps vary and always maintain close contact with the Wooden Man.
  • Power starts from the heart and shoots towards the centerline of the Mok Yan Jong.
  • Up, down, back and forth, the movements are continuous.
  • Power improvement cannot be predicted.
  • The arm bridge sticks to the hands of the Wooden Man while moving; adhesion power when achieved will be a threatening force.
  • Power can be released in the intended manner; use of the line and position will be proper and hard to defeat.

Moy Yat, Kwong Chi-Nam, and Moy Wo Tin. "Maxims of Wing Chun - Wing Chun Kuen Kuit." The Wing Chun Archive. Web. 01 July 2011. < kuit.htm>.

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