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Author: James W DeMile
ISBN: 0918642035
Language: English
Pages: 128 pages
Publisher: Tao of Wing Chun Do; 3rd edition (1977)
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Bruce Lee was 135lbs and was considered the best fighter in the world. he typifies the small person overcoming larger aggressors! This Book introduces the basic concepts of Wing Chun Do in an easy to understand format. Wing Chun Do is a scientific system that encourages you to test your techniques to ensure proper results; it isn't dogmatic like many other martial arts. A big factor of the book and system is the ESP principle. That stands for Efficiency, Simplicity and Practicality.

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ISBN13: 9780918642035. Release Date: January 1982.

Author : DeMile James W. Title : Tao of Wing Chun Do Volume 1 Year : 1977. Bruce Lee. who was an early exponent of Wing Chun. brought to the United States a new concept in martial arts training. The roots of the Tao of Wing Chun Do go hack over 400 years. lie eliminated the need to follow traditional guidelines and replaced them with creative learning principles. In a short period of time. he was ahle to adapt and modify the basic principles he had previously learned in his martial arts training into what may he termed '"modern Wing Chun".

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This second volume is an extension of Volume 1. You can become proficient at the concepts and techniques presented in this book without Volume 1; but the material in Volume 1 will simplify your learning and allow you to develop a much higher level of application.

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Murn
...an interesting character in the story of the 20th century's greatest and most impactful martial artist. Have to believe his ideas were gleaned from time spent training with Bruce Lee in the 1960's, and accurately codified here in a short manual. Conceptual ideas and training application described.
Prorahun
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I studied under Larue Clemens in Saint Louis, Missouri who was a student of James W. Demile for many years. If I remember correctly, Larue moved to Sedro Wooley, Washington from Saint Louis where Demile lived on a Ranch so he could continue his training.

I practiced Wing Chun Do for about four hours a day, five days a week after work each day for about five years. The one inch punch that I learned is a powerful technique that I have only used in a real fight a few times. The first time I was attacked by a bully in high school the one inch punch sent him to the hospital where he almost died. The Saint Louis police came to my house and told me that hundreds of high school students waiting for the school bus witnessed the fight and would testify that I was only defending myself but that if the boy had died I would be charged with Manslaughter.

When Larue Clemens moved to the State of Washington I started studying under students of Leung Ting who offered classical Wing Chun which I liked better then the more modern Wing Chun Do. While the Wing Chun system does not have belts of rank, I can usually defeat a 2nd degree black belt in other systems like Karate.

I am 6'3" tall and weight 285 pounds that is mostly muscle and bone. I hold back on using Wing Chun and the one inch punch to keep from quickly killing an opponent and being in jail the rest of my life and you should think the same way if you study this stuff.

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I have trained at several martial arts: Judo, Tae Kwon Do and Jujitsu. They were all fun and informative. Competition in Judo gave me a sprained back and a pulled groin...both were painful. I gave up on martial arts after that and figured that I was getting too old for it. Then I came across a Wing Chun Do instructor who began giving me lessons every day at work. I became an addict to Wing Chun Do. It is extremely effective, and can be learned and practiced by anybody, regardless of age or strength or gender. This system is designed for the small person to be able to overcome a larger and stronger aggressor. James DeMile designed WCD based on his own expertise and with Bruce Lee's teachings of modified Wing Chun. Bruce Lee was 135lbs and was considered the best fighter in the world...he typifies the small person overcoming larger aggressors!
This Book introduces the basic concepts of Wing Chun Do in an easy to understand format. Wing Chun Do is a scientific system that encourages you to test your techniques to ensure proper results; it isn't dogmatic like many other martial arts. A big factor of the book and system is the ESP principle. That stands for Efficiency, Simplicity and Practicality. A technique must pass this ESP principle in order to remain valuable to you as a martial artist. Efficient means that it is as direct and short as possible with all unnecessary movements removed. Simple means that you can perform the technique without stretching or warming-up first, or that the technique is a fairly natural movement that the body easily assimilates. Practicality means that the technique must be effective; what good is it, if it doesn't work? That last part is important because many martial arts will tell you that their techniques are effective and expect you to take their word for it. Wing Chun Do challenges you to prove it to yourself. They give you the tools to scientifically examine a technique and evaluate it based on the ESP principle. This concept alone makes the book priceless, but there are many more goodies!
One last observation: a book is a good source of information for the brain, but defending yourself usually involves fighting and that is a physical activity to say the least. Physical activities are best learned by competent and experienced teachers. All certified WCD instructors are very competent at teaching the science of Wing Chun Do. Those who are weak or small or timid...Wing Chun Do is perfect for you. After injuring myself many times in 2 years of Judo competition, I am happy to report that 4 years of WCD study has yielded NO injuries. WCD students and teachers simply respect each other a great deal and take care to help students without injuring them.