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AWCA Notes brings you free monthly Wing Chun training in our new easy-to-read blog format directly from AWCAOnline. With photo illustrations of each drill and concise discussions on a variety of Wing Chun drills and applications, you will experience how a Wing Chun practitioner trains for real-world situations.
What’s more, every issue is now delivered directly in our Blog so there are no third-party plug-ins or special software to install. Everything is user-friendly directly from AWCAOnline.
With each issue, you will find enjoyable reading and viewing with:
- The Longest Running In-Publication Wing Chun Newsletter We Are Aware Of! – There may be other newsletters out there, but to our knowledge, AWCA Notes is the longest running Wing Chun training newsletter in existence. Some have come and gone but AWCA Notes has remained.
- Photo-illustrated – Each issue includes clear-cut, step-by-step photos to point out exactly what goes into the movements.
- Search Archived Issues – AWCA Notes has been in publication since 2003. We are releasing our new format in February 2012 and will be making all back-issues available over time (2003-2010). Note: We had a brief hiatus in 2011 so there are no 2011 issues.
- Non-lineage Specific – While all of the articles are drawn from our own training, we strive to ensure that they are applicable for every lineage and that everyone can benefit from it.
- Non-Political – We are all brothers and sisters of the same kung fu family, and you will not see lineage bashing here like you do in many other mediums. All you will find is some great training.
As a special bonus to our readers, we are making three training reports available absolutely free, with links to each contained in each issue of AWCA Notes. It is our way of saying Thank You for your continued patronage over the years and for making AWCA Notes so popular.
Concepts of Wing Chun
The Six Tactics, Theories and Concepts of Wing Chun Kuen
Wing Chun is composed of six primary concepts that make it effective, efficient and real-word. With Concepts of Wing Chun you will learn all about the centerline, straightline and vertical midline concepts, as well as relaxation, simultaneous attack and defense, and how the Siu-Nim-Tau itself is considered the most essential of all tactics and concepts.
Principles of Wing Chun Punching
The Principles for Effective & Powerful Wing Chun Punching
Wing Chun is known for its close-range jackhammer power, and with Principles for Wing Chun Punching, you will gain more insight how to create relaxed and explosive punching power in every strike. It is also translatable to palming strikes, as well.
Principles of Wing Chun Kicking
The Principles for Effective & Powerful Wing Chun Kicking
While Wing Chun’s primary range is fist range, kicking is vital due to its strategic nature. Competent kicking also requires competent footwork, so Principles of Wing Chun Kicking includes not only how to get the most power out of your kicks, but you will also find a comprehensive training plan for effective stepping.