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Here are some of our best free training videos for learning Wing Chun!

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Below, you will find seven of the best Wing Chun training videos. These are online Wing Chun drills at home from Sifu Adam Williss. This includes training lessons on the Wing Chun dummy, Wing Chun techniques, educational lessons on how to develop Wing Chun structure, drills, workouts, exercises and stretches for training Wing Chun at home.

All of our Wing Chun training videos help you learn Wing Chun techniques for beginners training Wing Chun at home or more advanced Wing Chun practitioners looking to enhance your previous training.

1 – Beginning Wooden Dummy Training (Wing Chun Dummy Training for Beginners)

A beginners wooden dummy lesson, this Wing Chun lesson helps the new Wing Chun student learn the wooden dummy form step-by step at home. It is specifically for those who are beginner’s learning Wing Chun at home and are looking to get the solo techniques / training sequences of the 1st section set of the Wing Chun wooden dummy form as taught under the Leung Sheung lineage (Ip Man’s senior-most student in HK). This Wing Chun dummy lesson was shot during a private session at our Wing Chun school, The Dragon Institute, in Dana Point.

Some crucial concepts for training the Wing Chun dummy are that the beginner’s wooden dummy form is meant to develop Wing Chun footwork and position (See What is the Wing Chun Dummy For?). Always remember not to bang or force your way into the wooden dummy. Rather try to fit or position your way into the Wing Chun wooden dummy. This is how you should approach your wing chun dummy training as a beginner.

2 – Wing Chun Chain Punching

Great for a solo drill, in this training video Sifu Adam Williss shows you 4 of his most important Wing Chun tips for how to chain punch. These simple yet actionable training tips for Wing Chun chain punching will give Wing Chun beginners at home the exact solo training tips to make them better, faster! After watching this solo drill, Wing Chun beginners will get a glimpse into the concepts behind the technique. In fact, at its highest level, you learn that training Wing Chun chain punches is WAY beyond only chain punching!

3 – Wing Chun Home Training Solo Drill: Bong Wu Tan Da

Here’s one of the best Wing Chun drills for home training… a beginners Wing Chun lesson (Wing Chun home training) that teaches a Wing Chun solo drill called “Bong Wu, Tan Da”. This beginners training drill uses pivots to move the feet and hips from one angle to the next.  Honestly, when it comes to Wing Chun home training drills for beginners, this may be one of the best… especially when looking to develop hand/foot coordination as well as the ability to apply with both hands simultaneously.

NOTE: While training this Wing Chun drill at home, when the bong sao is practiced along with the wu, both the bong and the wu get driven forward directly towards the opponent’s centerline. The same forward energy applies when practicing the Tan Da solo drill technique. (The tan sao drives forward at the same time as the punch).

3 – Wing Chun Home Training – Footwork Drill

A Wing Chun at home solo training drill that you can practice daily to get good. Footwork is one of the best home training drills to practice because it gets into your muscle memory and then natural comes out in sparring. Sifu Adam Williss says if you want to see someone good, watch their footwork. So yes, Wing Chun training from home can make a big difference!

4 – Wing Chun Drill at Home – Kwan Sao

Here’s another great Wing Chun drills for home training… switching Kwan Saos or rolling arms with pivotes. This at home drill teaches how a rolling action from a bong and tan on one side pivoting to the other side.  Basically, this Wing Chun drill teaches you how to turn the tables on an opponent who ties you up and smothers you in a tight spot. And when you practice this drill at home over and over again, it creates (within you) the specific muscle memory to use your opponent’s forward pressure against them.

5 – What is a Fook Sao?

Wing Chun beginners should not view the Fook Sao (AKA Fook Sau) should as a fixed Wing Chun technique. Instead, beginners to Wing Chun should try to see what concepts the technique teaches. Although considered one of the primary Wing Chun techniques, understanding the meaning of the fook sau technique, what it is for, why he technique  looks the way it does and where it’s concepts can be applied, will take a beginner much further in their development and ability.


6 – Wooden Dummy Tips for Beginners

Wing Chun Training Videos (Solo Drills / Techniques for Beginners at Home) – Here’s a Wing Chun training video with tips for training the Wing Chun wooden dummy for beginners… (honestly, everyone must know these). This simple Wing Chun video gives clear training basics of how to use the wooden dummy (tips) for practicing. Training the Wing Chun wooden dummy with these simple training tips will help beginners to Wing Chun progress on the wooden dummy properly. However, ignoring these simple Wing Chun training tips will halt a beginners progress on both the wooden dummy, in chi sao AND in sparring.

The Wing Chun wooden dummy is for training position and footwork. It also helps to develop efficient transitions from one position to the next. Used properly for your Wing Chun training it can and should be the best training device around! This to avoid when training the wooden dummy: Hacking, crossing and chasing the dummy arms. You don’t have to hit the dummy hard to get be effective. The wooden dummy is about precision. It teaches you the feel of the right positions to be in (aka the sweet spots). Some may think wooden dummy training is meant to condition your bones. Instead a Wing Chun beginner should train the wooden dummy in order to develop good structure, position and sensitivity.


7 – Jum Sao – Sinking Hand

In this beginners Wing Chun training lesson, I detail Wing Chun’s Jum Sao / jum sau (sinking hand) technique. Jum sao is used to sink and deflect the opponent’s forward pressure as it comes into you underneath your arm. Keep the energy driven forward into their centerline by your elbow (not the wrist).