Wing Chun Self Defence

This is the second stage of your training; now that you know yourself you can begin knowing your Enemy.
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  • Length 12 hours
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  • Languages English
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Published 6/2014 English

Course Description

The Master Wong Wing Chun Self Defense training course is a complete guide to protecting yourself on the street. These EASY TO UNDERSTAND training videos are GUARANTEED to teach you everything you need to get yourself out of a difficult maybe even life-threatening situation if you are attacked while you are outside the safety of your home

Self Defense training is practical, filmed out on the street, in the environment you will encounter and works on applying techniques face to face with your partner. By practicing through a variety of scenarios and using drills to improve your reactions you will be able to act instinctively when you are under threat and do what needs to be done to protect yourself or those you care about.

Master Wong is your personal guide through the world of self defense and will put himself in dangerous spots and explain how to escape and make sure your attacker cant continue to bother you and will probably never want to bother anyone ever again.

The user-friendly style of this production makes Master Wong your real life personal trainer! He will be with you through out each scenario and training exercise to coach and guide you, helping you to complete each task. Not all Self-defense is created equal! This modern realistic approach to training provided in HD brings you the secrets of the ancient art of war applied to dangers you are likely to face today. This is your interactive step-by-step course, provided by Master Wong, making it easy for anyone, anywhere to learn Self Defense and gain confidence and awareness when the are out on the street.

Master Wong welcomes comments and questions from students and is constantly working to improve the quality of this instructional material. New videos will be regularly updated. So if there's a scenario you would like Master Wong to cover, contact us. You may well find this scenario included in our up coming content.

What are the requirements?

  • A good foundation in the Wing Chun Sil Lim Tao coure will make this easier & more effective
  • Ability to listen and follow instructions
  • Interested in fitness and self-defence
  • An open mind and willingness to learn
  • Take there time, don’t hurry, Be Patient
  • Wear loose and comfortable clothes
  • Reasonable level of fitness

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Training your natural awareness to increase your perception of situations.
  • How to deal with a variety of scenarios
  • Understanding the mindset for self-defense
  • Positioning the body correctly, knowing where and how to stand
  • Common attacks and how to defend
  • Controlling your attacker
  • Understanding your power
  • Instinctive responses
  • Learn to protect your family and people you care about
  • Situational awareness prevents problems before they start
  • Dealing with multiple:
  • Chokes
  • Punches
  • Kicks
  • Weapon attacks
  • Attacking vulnerable points of the body
  • Conditioning your body into a weapon

What is the target audience?

  • Learn to protect yourself and the ones you love
  • Interested in learning how to be more confident and more self assured, interested in Martial Arts or Self Defense
  • Interested in learning Self Defense
  • Must be physically able to take this course.
  • Any medical issues, you must consult with a medical professional

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Curriculum

Section 1: Free Training Lesson
07:23

How to defend against a headlock - In this free training video, Master Wong is asked to demonstrate how to escape the headlock. This common grappling technique can cause issues for both experienced fighters and beginners alike. Master Wong explains how to eliminate this threat using correct body positioning, good technique and clean posture. 

03:39

How to remove someone from a bar without hurting them - Exercising restraint when dealing with an intoxicated or angry opponent is an important concept to learn. In this video, Master Wong demonstrates how to safely remove an unpredictable opponent from a night club or bar area without causing lasting damage. 

04:38

How to defend against a headlock 2 - This lesson explains in further detail the core principals and techniques needed to defend against the headlock technique. Master Wong explains the importance of 'pain compliance techniques' and correct body positioning to make defending against the headlock as simple as possible. 

03:45

How to fight someone without hurting them - As mentioned in previous videos, exercising restraint during a physical conformation is an important concept to learn. 

In this video, Master Wong demonstrates his unique form of self defence and the difference between defending against your opponent and hurting your opponent. The importance of your skill level regarding the amount of damage you deal plays a major role in this lesson. 

05:43

How to attack the kneecap - In this free training video, Master Wong demonstrates a common self defence technique that relies on the practitioners basic understanding of their own combat ability. Learning how to use the leg to attack the kneecap is one of the most accessible self defence techniques in the Master Wong System. 

Section 2: Introduction to the Wing Chun Self-Defence
Welcome to Wing Chun Self-Defence
01:39
Wing Chun Self-Defence Introduction
02:36
Master Wong Message
01:12
Section 3: Master Wong Live Class
02:29

As an introduction to the course, Master Wong has provided some specific snippets from his live seminars that are directly relevant to this Wing Chun Self Defence course. Not only do these lessons have great tips and advice that you can implement and use instantly but it will also give you insight into how to conduct yourself when teaching larger groups of people – particularly students that aren’t from the same martial arts background that you teach.

02:24

Taking safety precautions during any kind of combat training is crucial to avoid unnecessary injury. In this video, Master Wong explains to several experienced martial artists the importance of adjusting your technique during training to avoid unnecessary injury 

01:10

In this class footage, Master Wong explains the importance of utilizing your legs to control your opponent whilst engaged in the ground fight. Master Wong also explains the importance of utilizing the legs to deal with multiple attackers. 

03:05

In another section of class footage, Master Wong demonstrates how to utilize basic self defence techniques to defend against the push attack and the punch. Master Wong explains how each technique is used in a step by step explanation. 

01:17

In this video, Master Wong demonstrates basic defence against the straddle punching technique commonly known as the 'ground and pound'. Learning how to defend against attacks whilst knocked down or forced to the ground is a skill each student should learn to remain safe. 

05:18

Master Wong explains how to overcome the feeling of fear and sense of dread that comes with being thrown into the real combat situation. Master Wong also explains in further detail what type of training the practitioner should practice to prepare themselves for combat.

01:38

In this class footage, Master Wong demonstrates the correct ground fighting technique to defend against the throat grab. Master Wong continues to demonstrate to students how correct technique, pain compliance and a good understanding of your martial art all collaborate to make a skilled fighter. 

02:22

This video explains the importance of 'pain compliance techniques' and their role within the Master Wong system. Master Wong demonstrates how effective these techniques are to control and manipulate the opponent. This video includes a clear demonstration of how to 'takedown' the opponent. 

01:15

In this lesson, Master Wong demonstrates his unique cover style of defence against the jab and cross punches. The posting of the 'cover' and the utilization of the waist are explained in detail to ensure that students understand how to correctly defend against multiple punches. 

07:25

The last video in this section shows how to deal with an armed opponent. Master Wong demonstrates how to make use of basic self defence techniques to defend against an opponent armed with both a blade and a firearm. 

Master Wong also touches upon the 4 basic rules of combat and mentality in the Master Wong system, and explains how these unique set of rules guide the practitioner’s actions during combat. 

Section 4: The Difference Between Self Defense and Martial Arts
03:57

Master Wong explains the key differences between martial arts systems and self defence styles. Master Wong divulges how martial arts training can enhance self defence training, and compares the mind sets of both the martial arts trained fighter and the self defence trained fighter. 

Section 5: Prevention is Better than Cure
03:14

Master Wong explains the 'traffic light style' of information, and how it is used to educate students on each aspect of the self defence module. The idea of preventing instead of entering the combat situation is also discussed. 


12 pages

Your first piece of homework. This lesson includes a fact filled 12 paged E book explaining the 'traffic light style' of safety used within the Master Wong system. The E book explains how to stay safe in times of low to high levels of threat, and explains the four pillars of mental progression within the Master Wong System. The E book is your guide to staying safe throughout your day to day life. Follow the booklet, stay aware and stay safe. 

Section 6: Awareness and Mind set for Self-Defence
02:29

Master Wong explains the correct mentality each student should develop for the self defence module. The 4 basic rules of the Street Fight and Self Defence Module are explained in detail. 

03:32

Master Wong discusses one of the 4 basic rules in the Self Defence Modules, Know your Enemy. This concept is designed to teach students how to gain an enhanced awareness of their potential threats and to identify their 'enemies' outside of their 'safe zone', in day to day life. 

02:22

Master Wong discusses another basic concept of the Self Defence Module, Know your Ability. This concept is designed to make the student question if they can realistically use their skills and abilities in a real world situation. This idea enables the student to truly understand their combat capability. 

03:23

Master Wong discusses the last of the basic concepts relating to the Self Defence Module, Know your Surroundings. This concept is designed to to teach the student how to make use of the objects and surroundings they come into contact with on a day to day basis to give a significant advantage during combat. Do you dress in suitable clothing? Can you make use of your phone, your keys or the change in your pocket? Do you know how to utilise your immediate surroundings? These are some of the questions that you have to answer as a student of the system.

Section 7: What is Reasonable Force in Self Defense
03:02

Master Wong explains the idea of reasonable force, and how this idea works during combat. Master Wong expands upon this idea by explaining the concept of 'equal force', and how these concepts can be applied in different countries and scenarios.

Section 8: Key Points of Body Positioning
04:14

In this training video, Master Wong demonstrates the deceptive, seemingly casual fighting stances of the self defence system. The unique nature of these stances, telegraphs a passive, non-aggressive method of defence to the opponent. Master Wong then demonstrates basic self defence techniques from these positions. 

03:41

This video covers the second of three casual stances used in the Self Defence Module. Master Wong explains the advantages of the second stance, the 'Doorman Stance' and demonstrates simple self defence techniques from this position. 

04:15

This training video covers the third casual stance, the 'Interview Stance'. The most deceptive position of the 3 stances, Master Wong explains how to utilise your body positioning to create an effective defence. This video demonstrates the importance of utilising a whole body movement to avoid attacks. 

Key Points of Body Positioning Summary
01:42
Section 9: Targeting Vulnerable Points of the Body
01:53

Master Wong explains which areas of the body are more susceptible to attack, and discusses what techniques deal the most damage on various parts of the body. It's important for the student to learn how to damage the opponent in the simplest most effective way possible. 

04:45

In this training video, Master Wong demonstrates how to locate and attack the sensitive pressure points of the upper body. Master Wong explains how to attack these pressure points from the opponents first initial attack, and goes on to demonstrate why these pressure points are so crucial to control and overcome the attacker. 

03:22

This video gives a step by step demonstration of how to incorporate the chop and palm strike into the same self defence movement. Master Wong also explains the importance of body positioning and hand placement to enable the student to deliver a significant level of force.

06:33

This lesson explains where and how to use the standard punch and the hammer fist technique on your opponent. Master Wong demonstrates variations of the basic punch, and explains how to apply these punches to the vulnerable parts of the body. Advantages of the hammer-fist strike, it's variations and it's use during combat are also explained. 

05:18

This video explains how to use different variations of the elbow strike correctly. Master Wong explains where the most effective targets for each elbow strike are located, as well as demonstrating how to apply the elbow strike against an opponent’s initial attack. The elbow strike can be extremely useful in close quarters combat. This lesson teaches students how to make use of this versatile technique.

05:02

The knee strike is another attack that can be extremely effective in close quarters combat. In this lesson, Master Wong explains how and where to use the knee strike on the vulnerable parts of the body to dominate the fight situation quickly and effectively. Variations of the standard knee strike are also discussed and explained. 

01:52

In this video, Master Wong discusses the key points regarding this section of the training course. Master Wong explains safety precautions, the reasoning behind targeting vulnerable areas and encourages questions from you, the students.

Section 10: Kicking Vulnerable Points of the Body
01:49

In this brief introduction to the next section, Master Wong discusses the main benefits of target training. Master Wong also explains the ideal way to train with a partner, and relates back to the second rule of the Self Defence Module, 'Know your Enemy'. 

06:50

In this lesson, Master Wong demonstrates key applications of the round and side kick, two of the strongest techniques at a students disposal for long range fighting. Master Wong shows how to effectively utilise these two kicks to attack the vulnerable, weaker areas of the opponent. 

03:21

Master Wong demonstrates the effectiveness of both the front kick and the chop kick. This lesson explains where and how to target the opponent to deal maximum damage with each kick. Master Wong also explains the importance of developing accurate kicking skills. 

03:52

This lesson shows how to dominate your opponent in the close range with both the foot stomp and the low ‘hook’ kick (Inside Heel Kick). Master Wong demonstrates how to utilise each kick to cause heavy damage to the opponents lower body, giving you a significant advantage in close range combat. 

01:06

Master Wong discusses the key points of this section and invites questions from students to give a more comprehensive overview of the training where needed. 

Section 11: Basic Training to Achieve Devastating Blows
02:51

Power alone can be useless and ineffective in the wrong hands but if trained correctly and applied to the right techniques with speed and accuracy if can be one of the most effective tools for ending a threatening situation in the quickest and safest way possible.

 Many practitioners are unaware of the fact that power actually comes from the ground up when it comes to striking. It’s your ability to maintain a stable base and drive off the floor, transfer the forces up through the body and into the ‘implement’ you’re striking with – be it your fist, head, shin, knee, elbow, etc… - either way, it started at the floor.

  Practice, practice, practice and “blow zem away”!! 

Creating Power using Different Palm Attacks
05:16
Creating Power using Different Hammer Fist Attacks
03:47
Creating Power using Different Elbow Attacks
04:14
Creating Power using Different Knee Attacks
02:52
Basic Training to Achieve Devastating Blows Summary
01:50
Section 12: Controlling your Attacker
02:07

Master Wong introduces the concept of controlling your attacker, and explains how this differs from directly engaging or attacking the opponent. This video also explains the idea of 'neutral positioning', and covers other information that will give the student a better understanding of the next section. 

04:55

This lesson teaches the student how to control and restrain a potential attacker in the 'green zone'. Master Wong demonstrates control and restraint techniques to effectively neutralise an attacker before the student reaches the 'amber' or 'red' danger zones. The traffic light system is used to teach students how to approach and deal with a range of dangerous situations. 

03:13

Similar to the previous lesson, this video shows the student how to restrain an attacker in a more forceful manner. Master Wong explains the importance of accurate hand positioning to force the attacker into the 'Arm Bar' technique. 'Sticking' with the opponent and understanding where to apply force is the key to understanding how to effectively control the attacker. 

03:34

Master Wong explains how to neutralise an attacker with the guillotine technique. This variation on the standard head lock is a prime example of how important it is to control the situation with accurate hand positioning and non-leathal force. The headlock can be applied in a variety of scenarios, understanding how to control and restrain the opponent gives the student a broader understanding of their combative capability. 

03:50

This video gives the student further practice in controlling and restraining the attacker. Master Wong shows how to force the opponent into the standard arm lock. The arm lock is a versatile technique, and can be the start of a chain of effective control factors. When a threat enters your personal space, control and restraint techniques are your first line of defence. It's important to be well practiced in each lesson. 

03:57

The rear naked choke is a common technique that has the potential to bring an abrupt end to most physical confrontations. Master Wong shows students how to effectively apply this technique to neutralize an immediate threat to their safety. 

01:49

This video invites questions from students to address any problems or issues students may be experiencing with their training. Master Wong and his team are always looking to improve and refine your training experience. 

Section 13: Defending Yourself From Being Pushed
02:48

Master Wong explains the importance of being able to defend against the common push attack and discusses why it's crucial to train self defence techniques in a practical and realistic way. 

04:03

It's common for most physical confrontations to begin with a push or shove attack. Master Wong demonstrates the correct way to neutralise the attacker before the push can land. This video gives the student a basic idea of how to use their surroundings to their advantage. 

03:55

Master Wong demonstrates how to control the attacker after defending against the push. This lesson teaches the student how to neutralise any further attack and obtain a significant level of control after the push. If you can't control the opponent, you can't expect to apply any other self defence movements or techniques. 

03:57

This lesson shows how to add on the arm lock after defending against the push. Master Wong explains the importance of using ‘Pain Compliance’ techniques to apply and maintain the arm lock effectively. Understanding the structure of the body and attacking the correct targets makes it much easier to apply your technique. 

02:45

Master Wong shows how the guillotine choke is used after defending the push. This lesson demonstrates the importance of good hand placement and positing to apply the more damaging aspects of the guillotine choke. 

03:29

It's important to gain control of your opponent before applying lock or restraint techniques. In this lesson, Master Wong shows how to apply the headlock after defending against the push. A good understanding of where to position your body as you apply this technique is crucial to avoid attack. Master Wong also explains the importance of weakening the opponent before applying the headlock. 

04:14

This lesson teaches the student how to escape the guillotine headlock. The headlock puts the student in a high level of danger, it's important to learn an effective defence. Master Wong shows how pain compliance strategies and good positioning can help the student escape this lock and launch an effective counterattack. 

01:28

This video invites questions from students to address any problems or issues students may have experienced when learning. Master Wong and his team are always looking to improve and refine your training experience. 

Section 14: Defending Yourself From a Wrist Grab
01:22

Another common movement used in the real world situation, the wrist grab, can give the opponent a significant level of control over your movements. Master Wong discusses the next few lessons ahead and explains why it's important to learn how to defend against the wrist grab. 

01:58

This lesson shows how to break out of the standard wrist grab and launch an attack to your opponents chest. Master Wong explains how to utilise the basic cover movement to escape the wrist grab and attack in the simplest way possible.

01:51

This lesson teaches the student how to defend against both the hand grab and a wild hook from the attacker. This video makes use of the shoulder bump to show the student how to use their whole body to damage the opponent. 

01:06

Master Wong summarizes the key points of this section and invites questions from students to improve and refine your Self Defence training experience.

Section 15: Defending Against Being Grabbed
01:56

Master Wong discusses the key aspects of defending against grab attacks and explains several problems students may run into when undertaking the next section. 

03:32

This lesson shows how to apply the Joint Lock and Arm Bar from the chest grab. Master Wong explains the importance of applying ‘Pain Compliance’ tactics and practicing basic training exercises to strengthen your locking technique and control over the attacker. 

05:23

This lesson teaches the student how to control and restrain the attacker from the hand grab. When learning more complex locks and holds, it's important to make sure you understand each aspect of each technique. Master Wong explains the importance of regular practice to ensure that the student can make their techniques functional in a real world situation. 

02:35

Master Wong shows how to apply both the arm lock and wrist lock from the chest grab. This lesson teaches the student how to neutralise the situation using good body control, pain compliance strategies and clean technique. 

04:12

This lesson shows students how to apply the thumb lock and link into the wrist lock. Master Wong demonstrates how effective finger and thumb manipulation can be when controlling the attacker. Learning how to control all aspects of the hand makes it easier to manipulate and damage the opponent. 

05:07

Master Wong explains the basic joint lock and shows how to link together a variety of locking techniques to dominate the fight situation. This lesson demonstrates the importance of weakening the attacker before applying each technique. Master Wong also explains how to overcome any common problems that may be found when applying these techniques. 

03:41

This lesson teaches the student how to overcome an unexpected attack by utilising close quarter self defence techniques. Master Wong explains how to neutralise the attacking force and exploit the opponents vulnerable areas using the palm, knee and hammer first strikes. This lesson relies on the students knowledge of earlier videos. 

01:45

Master Wong summarises the key points of this section and invites questions from students to improve and refine the Self Defence Module. 

Section 16: Controlling your Attacker in your Personal Space
01:47

This lesson explains the importance of controlling your attacker in your personal space or 'Green Zone'. Master Wong discusses key points and ideas that the student should be familiar with before 

04:20

This lesson teaches the student how to push the attacker out of their personal space or 'Green Zone'. Distance control and hand placement are all important factors to consider when laying hands on the opponent. This basic level of control can be used later on to deal with multiple attackers or to apply more damaging self defence techniques.

03:44

This video teaches students how to use the basic pull movement to move the attacker out of their personal space. Master Wong also explains how the push and pull can be linked together to fully control the attackers movement. Both the push and pull are versatile techniques and are used to great effect here to control your enemy.

03:14

Master Wong shows how to offset and push an 'on guard' opponent. The lesson teaches the student how to successfully control and push the alert opponent out of their personal space. Each of the pushing and pulling movements in this section teach the student how to identify if the opponent is friend or foe. 

05:30

This lesson teaches the student how to anticipate or prepare for an attack in the Green Zone. Master Wong explains why it's important to hold this level of control over the opponent before pushing them away from you. Body positioning is crucial to avoid injury when controlling the opponents head. 

05:20

This variation on the basic pull movement teaches the student how to offset and move the opponent away from them. The technique is ideal to move the 'grounded opponent' out of the Green Zone. Utilising the waist as you execute the twist is crucial to make the technique functional. 

05:45

This lesson teaches the student how to apply force using the knee strike and move the opponent out of their personal space. Different to previous lessons, this video teaches students how to deal with the opponent in the 'Amber or Red Zone'. Master Wong explains which self defence techniques apply to which danger zone. 

02:05

Master Wong summarises the key points of this section and invites questions from students to improve and refine the Self Defence Module. If you have any queries or questions regarding training, Master Wong will personally respond and answer those questions.

Section 17: Defending yourself from a Body Grab

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Instructor Biography

SiFu Wong, Kung Fu Master - Sifu Wong is the creator of the MWS

About: Sifu Wong The ability to gain access to the best teachers in China and a personal unrelenting dedication to being the best makes Sifu Wong the ideal candidate to share true Mastery of the Martial arts with the rest of the world. 'As a martial arts instructor it is my sincere desire for all of my students worldwide to gain the skills they need and improve the quality of their lives, by following the principles of my system. It is possible for any one whatever your starting point is to achieve a more balanced mind and a stronger body by adopting the core principles of the Master Wong system'

The 4 keys to mental understanding

  • The purity of your intent The focus of your will The level of your awareness The quality of your character

The 4 pillars of physical training

  • Know yourself Know your enemy Know your ability Know your surroundings

This system provides the knowledge to achieve genuine skills in martial arts and a mind set for success throughout your life. Take the opportunity to access our free content on YouTube and for more information go to our website Specialties in: Wing Chun - Tai Chi - JKD

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