Ask PWC Episode 001

This is a new series I’m starting and it’s where I answer any Wing Chun training related questions!

Here’s the first Ask PWC!


+ Where can I buy your portable Wing Chun dummy?
+ What should I do when my shoulders are sore from too much Chi Sao?

Ask your own questions by…

– Twitter: Use #askPWC
– Facebook:
– Email: ask [at]



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Wing Chun Class Notes – January 2015

My class notes for January 2015.


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Hey there, welcome!

My name is Edgar and I started learning Wing Chun in August 2009. This website chronicles my Wing Chun training and offers my perspective to other Wing Chun practitioners. I am not an instructor or a grand master, I am just a student.

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