The  wing chun wooden dummy or Muk Jong  is a traditional training tool of the wing chun system.  To look at it it looks like a basic upturned log with three pieces of wood sticking it out of its base  and a fourth wooden le g sticking out of it.  But don’t be fooled this little beauty is a benchmark of your training and puts into  practical application all that you learn  from your forms and your training.  The good news is unlike an opponent your can beat the crap out of it   BUT it wont hit back!  

 

All of the concepts that are taught in WIng Chun training  is applied to the  dummy.  It is generally regarded that  in its completion the dummy has 108 moves.  As with many things in Wing Chun training this is a little contentious, however as at this stage this is a brief overview- we will stay with the common convention.  As you progress through the system you build upon the moves in the Dummy.

 

One of the key concepts when  learning wing chun dummy is to imagine that it is an opponent and actually going through a fighting sequence.  As in any normal situation when confronted with an opponent you need to bridge the gap(link) between you and them —this is where what is known as an entry technique is used and it is the first move of the dummy.  This opens up  a series of techniques where you defend and attack against your imaginary opponent.  This is where the practical application of hand moves such as Bill Sao , tan sao, & garn sao are used.  Most of these moves are learnt in the Shil Lim tao form and as you graduate to the other forms  these new moves are introduced.  One of my favourites is cheun sau –aka seeking hand. This little concept has enormous applications as it is the precursor of many wing chun trapping moves.  When you block with a straight punch with a pak sao it is usually followed up with a churn sao to cover the attacking arm so you can follow up.   The real beauty behind training on the wing chun dummy is that it teaches you the correct movements of the system, but importantly it teaches you correct positioning.

 

How to execute a strike on an opponents and be positioned in a way where you are out of their reach.  This all comes down to the basic of most basics:  your footwork.  Making sure you are positioned correctly so you are not too front on with your opponent -you never want to be in a situation where you are using force on force.  It also teaches how to correctly defend – bill sao is the most common move -primarily against round punches.  Think of it as extending your arm outward with your elbow lightly raised pointed out ward.  The idea is to meet the oncoming round punch and defends sou yo are blockage at wrist on wrist…..and not to extend too far out from the shoulder level.  This technique is taught during the many sequences of the wing chun dummy.  A side effect of your practise on the Wing Chun Dummy is that your arms will become well conditioned during this time ( as they should )  ans much stronger.

 

So much so that they should be like iron bars when facing your opponents ( I embellish a little but you get the point). 

 

As you continue to learn THE DUMMY you will get a feel of the the amount of force needed when applying the wing chun training techniques…too soft and its ineffective.  Trying to be too forceful you will overcompensate and not strike cleanly.

 

There are many nuances when training in the dummy : for example it teaches you two arm defence and attack …how to position yourself in close quarter attacks..how to use certain chi sao moves and defensive techniques.  One of the most challenging things to keep in mind is for your strikes to be made in a forward motion.  Even when defending against a punch you should not strike across your body..the strikes should be made in a forward motion towards your opponents central line.  This helps you keep your form and reinforces the simultaneous defensive attacking philosophy of wing chun.  

 

Also keep in mind there is a rhythm to using the Wing chun Dummy it is not just a step by step paint by numbers approach.  There is a flow that needs to be taken and a rhythm to the whole process.  My old master use to say he can tell how you are performing the wing chun dummy just by hearing the sounds you are making..He did not need to see your technique.  

 

The longer you practice, the more you will develop this rhythm and combined with your correct footwork you will gain the correct positioning needed to make your kung fu training a success… But keep note this is just  a training mechanism   against a static  tool/opponent… the idea is to grasp these concept and use them in you training , sparring and chi sao.  With a practical understanding of these concepts and applied to your training you will be flexible enough to use them in a dynamic situation.


 

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  120. Having A Relaxed Mind And Body – WIng Chun Training 101 | Sports Travel Today Says:

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  124. Having A Relaxed Mind And Body – WIng Chun Training 101 | Recreation and Sports - Article Flash Says:

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  208. Applied Wing Chun Dummy | Recreation and Sports - InfoBuzz Says:

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  210. Why Wing Chun Training Rocks Part 1 | Recreation and Sports - Article Flash Says:

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  211. Applied Wing Chun Dummy | Recreation and Sports - Idea Sphere Says:

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  214. Wing Chun Dummy Revealed | Recreation and Sports - Educated Articles Says:

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  215. Why Wing Chun Training Rocks Part 1 | Recreation and Sports - Report Universe Says:

    [...] Entries…  What the…. Well entries are what is called bridging the gap between you and your opposition.  In layman’s terms (or my terms) it is entering the exchange with your opponents while causing maximum damage and minimal harm to your self.  Think about it how do you breach your opponent’s defences to execute your attack.  In your wing chun training you will come up with a number of techniques to do this.  Preferably without walking into a punch or a kick.You want to deflect the attacks and and effect your own.  I cannot emphasise the importance of this techniques in your training.In class you have a static partner and your moves are choreograohed.  Training in these entries demands a more dynamic a realistic approach almost to the point of sparring where it can get truly random.  Learning these where instrumental to me personally in greatly enhancing my confidence in wing chun as a system and my own abilities. This also assist with practice on the wing chun Dummy. [...]

  216. Old School Wing Chun Training | Recreation and Sports - InfoBuzz Says:

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  218. Best Wing Chun Training Practice | Recreation and Sports - Idea Flash Says:

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  219. The Reasons Why Wing Chu Training Rocks | Recreation and Sports - Repository Central Says:

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  220. Best Wing Chun Training Practice | Recreation and Sports - Topic Flash Says:

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  222. Wing Chun Training Rocks Part ! | Recreation and Sports - Infowire Says:

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  223. Wing Chun Dummy Revealed | Recreation and Sports - InfoBuzz Says:

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  225. Wing Chun Dummy – A Real World Wing Chun Training Application | Recreation and Sports - Topic Pulse Says:

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  228. The Reasons Why Wing Chu Training Rocks | Recreation and Sports - Repository Central Says:

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  232. Why Wing Chun Training Rocks | Recreation and Sports - Idea Sky Says:

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  233. Wing Chun Training Rocks Part ! | Recreation and Sports - Info Source Says:

    [...] Entries…  What the…. Entries are also known s bridging the gap between you and your opposition.  In layman’s terms (or my terms) it is entering the exchange with your opponents while causing maximum damage and minimal harm to your self.What is the best way to break through your opponents defences so you can attack.  In your wing chun training you will come up with a number of techniques to do this.  Preferably without walking into a punch or a kick.  The aim is to deflect these attacks and effect your own.This is a very important technique n your training.  Usually in class you are with a static partner and defences and attacks are taught in a choreographed manner.  Training in these entries demands a more dynamic a realistic approach almost to the point of sparring where it can get truly random.These techniques gave me a great confidence in wing chun and my abilities. This also assist with practice on the wing chun Dummy. [...]

  234. Wing Chun Training 101- Playing The Game | AutoRoll - Recreation and Sports Says:

    [...] As you begin to develop in your wing chun training you will start to develop your own style of fighting.  Wing Chun allows many variations and flexibility as part of its concepts.    The main area to focus on is to concentrate on your strength and lessen your weaknesses.  On the other hand you want to exploit your opponents weaknesses and diminish their strengths.  During the dynamics of a fight ..real life or in a tournament is not to get drawn into what I call “ playing your opponents game”.You want to dictate how the contest is fought and won.Not being controlled by your opponents strenghts.  You won’t learn this just by practicing onthe wing chun dummy [...]

  235. Wing Chun Training Rocks Part ! | Recreation and Sports - Idea Flash Says:

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  236. Wing Chun Dummy Revealed | Recreation and Sports - Topic Flash Says:

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    [...] Wing chin aims to attack these centre points primarily –although not restricted to these centres.Wing chun executes its attacks based on the centre line theory.Wing chun attacks are straight punches and straight kicks.  Also a straight punch is the quickest and post efficient strike  Physics tells us that the quickest passage between two points is a straight line.  The straight punch is perfect for this and aligns perfectly with this theory.  This is even the case when practicing on the wing chun dummy. [...]

  396. Wing Chun Training Rocks Part ! | Recreation and Sports - Blogwire Says:

    [...] Entries…  What the…. Entries allow you to bridge the gap between you and your opponent.  In layman’s terms (or my terms) it is entering the exchange with your opponents while causing maximum damage and minimal harm to your self.  Think about it how do you breach your opponent’s defences to execute your attack.  In your wing chun training you will come up with a number of techniques to do this.  Preferably without walking into a punch or a kick.You want to deflect the attacks and and effect your own.This is a critical technique in your training.In class you have a static partner and your moves are choreograohed.  Training in these entries demands a more dynamic a realistic approach almost to the point of sparring where it can get truly random.These techniques gave me a great confidence in wing chun and my abilities. This also assist with practice on the wing chun Dummy. [...]

  397. Why Wing Chun Training Rocks Part 1 | Learn Street Fighting Says:

    [...] Entries…  What the…. Entries allow you to bridge the gap between you and your opponent.  In layman’s terms (or my terms) it is entering the exchange with your opponents while causing maximum damage and minimal harm to your self.  Think about it how do you breach your opponent’s defences to execute your attack.  In your wing chun training you will come up with a number of techniques to do this.  Preferably without walking into a punch or a kick.You want to deflect the attacks and and effect your own.This is an important aspect of your training.In class you have a static partner and your moves are choreograohed.  Training in these entries demands a more dynamic a realistic approach almost to the point of sparring where it can get truly random.  Learning these where instrumental to me personally in greatly enhancing my confidence in wing chun as a system and my own abilities. This also assist with practice on the wing chun Dummy. [...]

  398. Wing Chun Training Rocks Part 4 | Recreation and Sports - Topicwire Says:

    [...] Wing chin aims to attack these centre points primarily –although not restricted to these centres.Centre line theory or straight line theory is how wing chun attacks.  Wing chun strikes are straight punches straight kicks.  Also a straight punch is the quickest and post efficient strike  Physics tells us that the quickest passage between two points is a straight line.A straight punch is ideal for this and aligns with the theory.  This is even the case when practicing on the wing chun dummy. [...]

  399. Chi Sao And Wing Chun Training « Recreation and Sports Tips Line Says:

    [...] be to proactive your wing chun training forms to get the positioning right and the movement. The wing Chun dummy is also an excellent training tool for chi sao.You learn how it should feel, you can then move to [...]

  400. Chi Sao And Wing Chun Training | Sports Travel Today Says:

    [...] be to proactive your wing chun training forms to get the positioning right and the movement. The wing Chun dummy is also an excellent training tool for chi sao.  You learn the feel, moves an correct position to [...]

  401. The Reasons Why Wing Chu Training Rocks | Recreation and Sports - Info Source Says:

    [...] Entries…  What the…. Entries allow you to bridge the gap between you and your opponent.  In layman’s terms (or my terms) it is entering the exchange with your opponents while causing maximum damage and minimal harm to your self.  Think about it how do you breach your opponent’s defences to execute your attack.  In your wing chun training you will come up with a number of techniques to do this.  Preferably without walking into a punch or a kick.The purpose is to deflect the attacks and instigate your own.  I cannot emphasise the importance of this techniques in your training.In class you have a static partner and your moves are choreograohed.  Training in these entries demands a more dynamic a realistic approach almost to the point of sparring where it can get truly random.  Learning these where instrumental to me personally in greatly enhancing my confidence in wing chun as a system and my own abilities. This also assist with practice on the wing chun Dummy. [...]

  402. Why Wing Chun Training Rocks Part 1 | Recreation and Sports - Report Pulse Says:

    [...] Entries…  What the…. Well entries are what is called bridging the gap between you and your opposition.  In layman’s terms (or my terms) it is entering the exchange with your opponents while causing maximum damage and minimal harm to your self.How do you breach your opponents defences to attack.  In your wing chun training you will come up with a number of techniques to do this.  Preferably without walking into a punch or a kick.  The aim is to deflect these attacks and effect your own.This is a very important technique n your training.  Usually in class you are with a static partner and defences and attacks are taught in a choreographed manner.  Training in these entries demands a more dynamic a realistic approach almost to the point of sparring where it can get truly random.Learning this greatly enhanced my confidence with wing chun. This also assist with practice on the wing chun Dummy. [...]

  403. Best Features Of Wing Chun Part 4 | Recreation and Sports - InfoBuzz Says:

    [...] Wing chin aims to attack these centre points primarily –although not restricted to these centres.Wing chun executes its attacks based on the centre line theory.  Wing chun strikes are straight punches straight kicks.  Also a straight punch is the quickest and post efficient strike  Physics tells us that the quickest passage between two points is a straight line.  The straight punch is perfect for this and aligns perfectly with this theory.  This is even the case when practicing on the wing chun dummy. [...]

  404. Why Wing Chun Training Rocks Part 4 | Recreation and Sports - Scoop Central Says:

    [...] Wing chin aims to attack these centre points primarily –although not restricted to these centres.  The centre line theory also dictates that the centre line –or straight line is how wing chun executes its attacks.Wing chun attacks are straight punches and straight kicks.  Also a straight punch is the quickest and post efficient strike  Physics tells us that the quickest passage between two points is a straight line.A straight punch is ideal for this and aligns with the theory.  This is even the case when practicing on the wing chun dummy. [...]

  405. Wing Chun Training Rocks Part 4 | Real Estate - Educated Articles Says:

    [...] Wing chin aims to attack these centre points primarily –although not restricted to these centres.Wing chun executes its attacks based on the centre line theory.Wing chun attacks are straight punches and straight kicks.  Also a straight punch is the quickest and post efficient strike  Physics tells us that the quickest passage between two points is a straight line.  The straight punch is perfect for this and aligns perfectly with this theory.  This is even the case when practicing on the wing chun dummy. [...]

  406. Knowing When To Fight : Wing Chun Tip | Sports Travel Today Says:

    [...] there are group of them? If they put their hands on you-be ready to react.  Your chi sao and wing chun dummy training will come to you effortlessly.You should defend not attack.. You don’t want to [...]

  407. Best Features Of Wing Chun Part 4 | Recreation and Sports - Article Flash Says:

    [...] Wing chin aims to attack these centre points primarily –although not restricted to these centres.Wing chun executes its attacks based on the centre line theory.Wing chun has straight punches and straight kicks.  Also a straight punch is the quickest and post efficient strike  Physics tells us that the quickest passage between two points is a straight line.  The straight punch is perfect for this and aligns perfectly with this theory.  This is even the case when practicing on the wing chun dummy. [...]

  408. Best Features Of Wing Chun Part 4 | Recreation and Sports - Blog Zone Says:

    [...] Wing chin aims to attack these centre points primarily –although not restricted to these centres.  The centre line theory also dictates that the centre line –or straight line is how wing chun executes its attacks.  Wing chun strikes are straight punches straight kicks.  Also a straight punch is the quickest and post efficient strike  Physics tells us that the quickest passage between two points is a straight line.  The straight punch is perfect for this and aligns perfectly with this theory.  This is even the case when practicing on the wing chun dummy. [...]

  409. Knowing When To Fight | "A Warriors Way" A Boise, Idaho Martial Arts Academy Says:

    [...] friends that can get involved? If they put their hands on you-be ready to react.  Your chi sao and wing chun dummy training will come to you effortlessly.Be careful as you should defend, not attack.. There could be [...]

  410. Knowing When To Fight : Wing Chun Tip Says:

    [...] friends that can get involved? be ready to react if they put their hands on you.  Your chi sao and wing chun dummy training will come to you effortlessly.You should defend not attack.. You dont want to hurt someone [...]

  411. Wing Chun Training Rocks Part 4 | Recreation and Sports - Article Fabric Says:

    [...] Wing chin aims to attack these centre points primarily –although not restricted to these centres.Centre line theory or straight line theory is how wing chun attacks.Wing chun has straight punches and straight kicks.  Also a straight punch is the quickest and post efficient strike  Physics tells us that the quickest passage between two points is a straight line.A straight punch is ideal for this and aligns with the theory.  This is even the case when practicing on the wing chun dummy. [...]

  412. A Brief Description Of He Wing Chun Dummy | "A Warriors Way" A Boise, Idaho Martial Arts Academy Says:

    [...] basic as it looks , once you master the wing chun dummy,  it can see your training and development go from strength to [...]

  413. Knowing When To Fight « Recreation and Sports Tips Line Says:

    [...] is fine.Be aware.Are they with friends? If they touch you -be ready to react.  Your chi sao and wing chun dummy training will come to you effortlessly.You should defend not attack.. There could be legal [...]

  414. Best Features Of Wing Chun Part 4 | Recreation and Sports - Scoop Central Says:

    [...] Wing chin aims to attack these centre points primarily –although not restricted to these centres.Centre line theory or straight line theory is how wing chun attacks.Wing chun attacks are straight punches and straight kicks.  Also a straight punch is the quickest and post efficient strike  Physics tells us that the quickest passage between two points is a straight line.  The straight punch is perfect for this and aligns perfectly with this theory.  This is even the case when practicing on the wing chun dummy. [...]

  415. Basics Of The Wing Chun Dummy | Sports Travel Today Says:

    [...] basic as it looks , once you master the wing chun dummy,  it can see your training and development go from strength to [...]

  416. Applied Wing Chun Dummy | Practical Joke Ideas Says:

    [...] Wing chun dummy is the cornerstone of any wing chun training routine. The moves on the dummy simulate an actual [...]

  417. A Brief Description Of He Wing Chun Dummy | Learn Street Fighting Says:

    [...] basic as it looks , once you master the wing chun dummy,  it can see your training and development go from strength to [...]

  418. The Wing Chun Dummy | Recreation and Sports - Article Fabric Says:

    [...] basic as it looks , once you master the wing chun dummy,  it can see your training and development go from strength to [...]

  419. Wing Chun Training Rocks Part 4 | Recreation and Sports - Repository Central Says:

    [...] Wing chin aims to attack these centre points primarily –although not restricted to these centres.Centre line theory or straight line theory is how wing chun attacks.  Wing chun strikes are straight punches straight kicks.  Also a straight punch is the quickest and post efficient strike  Physics tells us that the quickest passage between two points is a straight line.A straight punch is ideal for this and aligns with the theory.  This is even the case when practicing on the wing chun dummy. [...]

  420. Wing Chun Training Tip : Knowing When To Fight | Recreation and Sports - Topic Flash Says:

    [...] they with friends that can get involved? If they touch you -be ready to react.  Your chi sao and wing chun dummy training will come to you effortlessly.You should defend not attack.. There could be legal [...]

  421. Is It Too Late To Learn Wing Chun Training | Sports Travel Today Says:

    [...] 20’s to guys in their 30’s 40’s even 50’s just starting out, trying to figure out the wing chun dummy.(causing grief for all [...]

  422. Best Features Of Wing Chun Part 4 | Recreation and Sports - Article Flash Says:

    [...] Wing chin aims to attack these centre points primarily –although not restricted to these centres.Centre line theory or straight line theory is how wing chun attacks.Wing chun has straight punches and straight kicks.  Also a straight punch is the quickest and post efficient strike  Physics tells us that the quickest passage between two points is a straight line.  The straight punch is perfect for this and aligns perfectly with this theory.  This is even the case when practicing on the wing chun dummy. [...]

  423. Is It Ever To Late To Learn Wing Chun Training | "A Warriors Way" A Boise, Idaho Martial Arts Academy Says:

    [...] 20’s to guys in their 30’s 40’s even 50’s just starting out, trying to figure out the wing chun dummy.(frustrating everyone of all [...]

  424. Basics Of The Wing Chun Dummy | Recreation and Sports - Blogwire Says:

    [...] basic as it looks , once you master the wing chun dummy,  it can see your training and development go from strength to [...]

  425. Knowing When To Fight : Wing Chun Tip | Recreation and Sports - Report Universe Says:

    [...] If not- be aware.Are they with friends? If they touch you -be ready to react.  Your chi sao and wing chun dummy training will come to you effortlessly.Be careful as you should defend, not attack.. There could be [...]

  426. A Brief Description Of He Wing Chun Dummy | Recreation and Sports - Info Chat Says:

    [...] basic as it looks , once you master the wing chun dummy,  it can see your training and development go from strength to [...]

  427. Why Wing Chun Training Rocks Part 4 | Recreation and Sports - Source Central Says:

    [...] Wing chin aims to attack these centre points primarily –although not restricted to these centres.  The centre line theory also dictates that the centre line –or straight line is how wing chun executes its attacks.Straight punches and straight kicks are key to wing chun.  Also a straight punch is the quickest and post efficient strike  Physics tells us that the quickest passage between two points is a straight line.  The straight punch is perfect for this and aligns perfectly with this theory.  This is even the case when practicing on the wing chun dummy. [...]

  428. Knowing When To Fight : Wing Chun Tip | Recreation and Sports - Blog Zone Says:

    [...] aware.Are they with friends? be ready to react if they put their hands on you.  Your chi sao and wing chun dummy training will come to you effortlessly.You should defend not attack.. There could be legal [...]

  429. Why Wing Chun Training Rocks Part 4 | Recreation and Sports - Info Chat Says:

    [...] Wing chin aims to attack these centre points primarily –although not restricted to these centres.  The centre line theory also dictates that the centre line –or straight line is how wing chun executes its attacks.Wing chun attacks are straight punches and straight kicks.  Also a straight punch is the quickest and post efficient strike  Physics tells us that the quickest passage between two points is a straight line.  The straight punch is perfect for this and aligns perfectly with this theory.  This is even the case when practicing on the wing chun dummy. [...]

  430. A Brief Description Of He Wing Chun Dummy | Recreation and Sports - InfoBuzz Says:

    [...] basic as it looks , once you master the wing chun dummy,  it can see your training and development go from strength to [...]

  431. Taking Your Wing Chun Training To The Next Level | Recreation and Sports - Topicwire Says:

    [...] is the greatest training tool in wing chun, The wing chun dummy. The 108 moves begin with the basic principles of wing chun and apply the more intermediate and [...]

  432. Wing Chun Training Rocks Part 4 | Recreation and Sports - Idea Sphere Says:

    [...] Wing chin aims to attack these centre points primarily –although not restricted to these centres.Wing chun executes its attacks based on the centre line theory.  Wing chun strikes are straight punches straight kicks.  Also a straight punch is the quickest and post efficient strike  Physics tells us that the quickest passage between two points is a straight line.  The straight punch is perfect for this and aligns perfectly with this theory.  This is even the case when practicing on the wing chun dummy. [...]

  433. Wing Chun Training : The Secret Tools | Recreation and Sports - Source Central Says:

    [...] is the greatest training tool in wing chun, The wing chun dummy. The 108 moves begin with the basic principles of wing chun and apply the more intermediate and [...]

  434. Wing Chun Training Rocks Part 4 | Recreation and Sports - Blog Scoop Says:

    [...] Wing chin aims to attack these centre points primarily –although not restricted to these centres.Wing chun executes its attacks based on the centre line theory.Wing chun attacks are straight punches and straight kicks.  Also a straight punch is the quickest and post efficient strike  Physics tells us that the quickest passage between two points is a straight line.A straight punch is ideal for this and aligns with the theory.  This is even the case when practicing on the wing chun dummy. [...]

  435. A Brief Description Of He Wing Chun Dummy | Recreation and Sports - Topicwire Says:

    [...] basic as it looks , once you master the wing chun dummy,  it can see your training and development go from strength to [...]

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