I said I would get another one of these Wing Chun mook jong lessons out this week. The week is almost gone and I was like oh crapola I need to shoot another video for you all.
If you missed the first lesson you can watch it here: Wing Chun Mook Jong Training Tips.
To Recap: The instability of people’s energy in their arms is a problem that affects a lot of people. Because of this, the power of your strikes, as well as your ability to feel and adhere to your opponent, may be diminished. The more balanced (consistent) you are with your energy, the more clearly you will be able to perceive the circumstances in which you find yourself.
Wing Chun Mook Jong – Popping The Corner
Before we move on to the next part of my lesson, I strongly suggest that you watch this part. When I think back to 2016, Sifu Phu did, I think. I did a little bit of remastering on it after I downloaded it.
It is difficult to achieve higher quality with equipment of a lower quality, but I was able to improve the sound by increasing its volume and cleaning it up a bit.
In this lesson, Sifu Phu talks about “Popping The Corners” on the wooden dummy.
I thought this would be a good primer lesson for what I am sharing with you. So If you haven’t seen the video yet go ahead and watch it. It’s less than 8 minutes long.
Using The Wing Chun Mook Jong To Train Out Wobbly Arms Part 2
In the process of making this video, I wanted to get to part 3, which would show some partner applications. However, at the time that I was filming this, there was no one else available for me to use. Therefore, the very next time I have some free time, I will film the third and final part of the application process.
The three-hand positions I am talking about in the video are Pak,Tan and Fuk from the Wing Chun System. However, in the drill, you can use your Default hands position. Just know that by using your default hands you can turn that shape into whichever shape you need to use in the “moment”.
Recap: The focus of this training is to help your arm’s energy to stay even from the wrist to the elbow.
…Now it’s your turn!
Did you find this training helpful? I would love to hear your feedback in the comments section below.
I will work on getting part 3 for you next week.
P.S. This will be the last lesson I share outside of our training hall. If you aren’t already a member now is a good time to get grab one of our memberships before they are gone. *There is a sale happening right now 🙂