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"A must have for anybody wanting to excel in wing chun"

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Personalized to you 

by Sifu Wayne


Why Are These Books So Popular?

"I've spent my life in the martial arts. I've lived in China and met, trained with, and exchanged information with the real grandmasters from many different lineages of wing chun and different styles. 

Do you know what I discovered?

At the highest levels, all masters optimize, displaying skillful economy of effort.

The overlap between many of the high level martial arts is astounding, whether it was Wing Chun, Praying Mantis, Tai Chi, Xing Yi, Traditional Wushu, Dragon Style or even non-Chinese arts like Karate and Muay Thai.

My books are popular because I'm passing along the universal and timeless secrets and knowledge that all the real grandmasters know and apply."

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Speaking of universal and timeless secrets, in 1967 Patriarch Ip Man commissioned Moy Yat to carve the Ving Tsun Kuen Kuit, the collection of Wing Chun Kung Fu idioms, into stone. Moy Yat along with Chi Nam Kwong, completed this daunting task.

With access to this rare collection, I was able to catalog and translate the entire collection of 51 chops. 


Those translations are passed to you through the Wing Chun Compendium.

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The Focus Is On Universally Helpful Truths

Not "My Way" versus "Your Way"

One of my mentors summarized book reading to me in a way that really made an impact. He said "In a few hours you can have access to an entire lifetime of experience and lessons from a true expert by just reading a book they wrote. Think of the time and money investment they put in - and you get it quickly and cheaply. You can't pass up value like that."

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"Master one thing to master everything"

Talk to any professional in any field. They will know the path to mastery - regardless of subdomain. It's because the path to mastery is the same. Attention to the right details, a lot of purposeful practice, investing in loss, having a "success" mindset, and more. 


 My book uses wing chun to put focus on these criteria that are important for you to master your style - and also be more confident and have a happier, safer life. The method to get these things is not reserved for wing chun people.

How's that possible?


There is more than one right way!

There are many paths up the mountain.

You're probably thinking,

"Wait, that's one of those universal truths that the grandmasters keep talking about."


My books have become so successful because I'm not trying to tell you my way is the only way or the best way. I don't even try to convince you to take the path I took.  I want to support you in finding your own path by giving you the solid universal tips, techniques and methods that I was given and guided me. 

If you are "advanced with gaps" or perpetually stuck at "advanced beginner", this book will help get you moving forward again. If you are starting fresh, it will help you not to go astray. If you are already learning at another school, the book will support your lessons and help you ask intelligent questions.


Whatever your situation there's something here for you.

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Sao, Po, Lei

The Path To Mastery

The path to mastery is

well known by the grand masters, and now, you.

In the Sao stage, the novice learns and follows the rules as given by a teacher and works through the advanced beginner stage to competence stage. If you are concerned that the techniques in the book are different than you were taught, it's ok. The structure you seek is important for this stage. As you read you will certainly find similarities between your methods and the ones in the book plus new information and perspectives that supports your learning.

These books will help you through the Sau Stage.

In the Po stage, the competent learner reviews what has been learned and grows to become proficient and eventually an expert. They disassemble and dissect what they've learned and reassemble with new understanding striving to gain a deeper understanding and intuitive application. The knowledge, examples, theories, philosophy and stories in these books will give the perspective and support to move into the expert stage.

These books will help you through the Po Stage too.

In the Lei stage, the expert transforms into a true master. Their intuition and judgments are uncommonly reliable, they shows skill and economy of effort, and can deal with rare or difficult situations. Their craft has become solidified and is applied easily as a natural part of life. The learner has become the master and is living their kung fu.

These books will continue to guide even at the highest Lei Stage with timeless philosophy and theory passed along from a wide range of Grandmasters.

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This is one of the best books on the market.



The more I read and re-read this book, the more I like it.
It tells you so much in some of the best ways/ wordings..., direct, to the point. Very well written and I suggest EVERYONE buy this, especially if you take and/or want to learn Wing Chun.



Well done! A lot of thought and effort went into these books.  I particularly like the birds-eye-view in the dummy section. I have never seen it done better.



Thought I'd give this one a try despite many prior disappointments when buying martial arts books. Wow! Unbelievable details. Could not believe all the info the author managed to cram into one book. And it actually offers clear explanations.



This book is in a league all its own. It is is awesome and a definite must have for all Ving Tsun lovers.



Extremely helpful, well written and very well presented book. A must have for any student of Wing Chun.

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I was featured on the cover of Wing Chun Illustrated Issue 8. It's the longest running and most popular wing chun magazine ever. It represents all lineages and styles of wing chun.

Do you know why I was featured?

Because of my commitment to sharing the ways of wing chun. What I wrote in my books aligned well with the magazine - information that's valuable to everybody no matter their lineage.

And, after this article I was asked to become a staff writer with a column in every issue!

I hope you'll consider picking up my wing chun compendium books. They are best sellers for a reason and I want you to join all the others who have added my books to their library.

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Thanks for taking the time to learn more about my books. I hope you will consider picking up a copy.

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Table Of Contents

Here's the table of contents in case you were wondering what was included in these books.


  • Facts & Principles

  • The Center Line

  • Timing

  • Hei (Internal Energy)

  • Ving Tsun Kuen Kuit (Chops)

  • Training Method

  • The Discipleship

  • 10 Rules Of The School

  • Kung Fu Relationships

  • The Ving Tsun Way

  • The Search for Perfection

  • How To Teach

  • Kung Fu Family Titles

  • Punching Bag

  • Faat Jing (Explosive Power)

  • Effective Subtlety Through Rotation

  • Punch Mechanics

  • Training For The Fight

  • You Know Best

  • Fighting Strategy

  • Attributes Of A Sifu

  • How To Recognize Kung Fu

  • Unstoppable Techniques

  • Training Guides & Limits

  • Common Questions


  • Overview

  • Punching

  • Taan Sau - Palm Up Block

  • Laap Sau - Pulling Hand

  • Bong Sau - Wing Hand

  • Fook Sau - Resting Hand

  • Paak Sau - Slapping Hand

  • Gang Sau - Cultivating Hand

  • Wu Sau - Guarding Hand

  • Kwan Sau - Rotating Hand

  • Hyun Sau - Circling Hand

  • Jat Sau - Jerking Hand


  • Footwork Drills

  • Kwan Sau

  • Maai San Jong

  • Bong Sau / Laap Da

  • Paak Sau With Stepping

  • Stationary Drills

  • Drills With Shifting

  • Drills With Shifting

  • Drills With Step In

  • Kick Timing Drills

Chi Sau

  • Overview

  • Single Sticking Hands

  • Double Sticking Hands

  • Drills

  • Tips For Improvement

  • Purpose Of Sticking Hands

  • Footwork

  • Trapping


  • Siu Lim Tau (Little Idea Form)

  • Cham Kiu (Seeking Bridge)

  • Biu Ji (Standard Compass)

  • Mook Yan Jong (Wooden Dummy)

  • Luk Dim Boon Quan (Long Pole)

  • Baat Jam Dao (8 Cut Swords)

  • Overview

  • Meridians & Organs

  • Applications

Pressure Points 

  • Targets On The Gallbladder Meridian

  • Targets On The Liver Meridian

  • Targets On The Kidney Meridian

  • Targets On The Stomach Meridian

  • Targets On The Small Intestine Meridian

  • Targets On The Lung Meridian

  • Targets On The Large Intestine Meridian

  • Targets On The Triple Warmer Meridian

Philosophy & Culture

  • False Skill

  • Ving Tsun Evolution

  • Finding Your Ving Tsun

  • The Five Elements

  • Dealing With Strength

  • Flexibility

  • Taking Your Kung Fu To The Next Level

  • Recovering From Injury

  • Master Of Kung Fu

  • The Journey Of Ving Tsun

  • Finding The Path

  • Strategy And Philosophy

  • The Jack Of All Trades

  • Buddhism

  • Confucianism

  • Douism

  • Zen

  • Dao Da Qing Book Of The Way

  • I-Ching Book Of Changes

  • Book Of Five Rings

  • Yin & Yang Theory

  • Uncertainty

  • General Gwan

  • Kung Fu Salute

  • Ego

  • Evolution Of Ving Tsun

  • Ultimate Martial Skill

  • Determining The Best Martial Art

  • The Six Harmonies

  • How To Stop Bullets

  • Assessing Others

  • Tolerance

  • Purpose Of Ving Tsun

  • Time Capsules

  • Personality & Psychology

    • Motivation​

    • Emotion, Stress & Anxiety

    • Competition and Cooperation

    • Self-Confidence

    • Choking Process

    • Psychoneuromuscular Theory

    • The Zone

    • Digestion

    • Carbohydrates, Proteins & Fats

    • Vitamins & Minerals

    • Optimizing Performance

    • Choosing The Right Sport

    • Bringing It All Together

  • Health

  • Health

    • Overview

    • Oxygen

    • Water

    • Digestion

    • Carbohydrates, Proteins & Fats

    • Vitamins & Minerals

    • Optimizing Performance

    • Choosing The Right Sport

  • Nutrients & Nutrition

    • Beneficial Foods

    • Foods To Avoid

    • Exercise

    • Positive Mental Attitude

  • Fitness

    • Strength Training​

    • Aerobic Exercise

    • Flexibility

    • Leanness

    • Kung Fu

Other Material

  • Terminology

  • The Way Of Learning Wing Chun by Grandmaster Sunny Tang

  • Reflections Of Siu Nim Tau After 30 Years by Grandmaster Sunny Tang

The Theory section provides deep understanding of the theories of wing chun and pugilism in general.

The Techniques will teach universal concepts like how to apply the straight line and help you to think deeply about each move by presenting alternative perspectives.

The Drills section will give you exercises that will develop the skills you need plus an understanding of how to adapt those drills to fill your own purposes.

The Chi Sau section will give an understanding of how to use this drill for maximum benefit. It covers many different styles of chi sau and how they all contribute to the holistic development of skills.

Covering all 6 forms of the system, each move is explained in detail alongside the universal concepts and skills that get developed.

By helping you to understand the pressure points of the body we can better understand how to disable our opponent most efficiently. A section on training the phoenix eye fist supports the hitting of pressure points.

The Chinese culture and philosophies such as Buddhism, Confucianism and Zen (Chan) influence the system and can contribute to the improvement of mind and technique for any martial artist.

We don't need to be an adonis, but knowing a bit about how your body works and what it needs can boost your performance regardless of style or even art. 

A comprehensive dictionary of wing chun and martial arts terms in English, Mandarin and Cantonese.

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