Wing Chun is a Chinese martial art. It is the form of self- defense, which uses strikes and tapping while specializing in short fight range. It is a young martial art with most historians accepting that it developed in China, which is over 300 years ago. It is learnt with the help of Wooden Dummy.
The Ng Mui created Wing Chun. She was the Buddhist Nun and also the master of Kung Fu of Shaolin. Mui used her martial arts training and also her personal experience with that a compact form of Kung Fu to use faults which can be built- in the styles of combat. It gives a benefit to smaller fighters like her.
Wing Chun began to spread throughout South- China. It is evolving as it was adopted into various small groups. It became very popular for some reasons. The main reasons are like it is the practitioner in all the martial arts techniques, it can be learned in short, by people of all shapes, degrees, and sizes of athletic ability.
Wing Chun is efficient, adaptable and concise. Wing Chun’s wooden dummies help to teach all the principles behind every move.
These Wing Chun techniques are taught by the masters only, so there is no guide to learn it. In this training, Wing Chun equipment named as wooden dummies, Wall bags, long poles, butterfly swords, Dit Da Jow, Spring Arm and Chi Sao Dummies, training rings, iron palm, and stance training.