If you want to learn Wing Chun, this page is a good starting point to help you with your journey. But, the best way to learn is by finding a Wing Chun school and taking a class. This is because Wing Chun is a martial art that requires physical contact to learn and understand the style. It’s also a good way to help you decide whether Wing Chun is right for you. There are no substitutes for an actual Wing Chun instructor.
I have provided a list of resources that may help you along with your current Wing Chun training. This is a growing list and I will add to it as I find more quality learning material.
Disclosure: Please note that some of the links below are affiliate links and I will earn a commission if you purchase through those links (at no extra cost to you). These are all resources that I have personally used and that I am recommending because they are helpful and are products that I trust, not because of the commissions that I may earn from you using these products. Please do not spend any money unless you feel you really need it and will help you reach your goals.
- Ip Man: The movie that sparked my interest in Wing Chun. A must watch for any Wing Chun fanatic!
- The China Boxer: Great videos on Wing Chun applications. Each video is very informative and definitely worth checking out. Some of the material covered in the videos may be a bit more advanced.
- Sifu Chuck O’Neill’s Video Courses: Instructional video courses for each open hand form and Chi Sao. Sifu Chuck goes into great details to help make sure people understand each technique, application, or drill. Each video is usually an hour long with exceptions to each forms applications and drills which are even longer. Read my review here.
Wing Chun Kung-fu: A Complete Guide This is the book I use to review my forms. It goes through every form step-by-step with pictures and brief applications for each move.
Wing Chun Masters (iPhone App) A great app for the iPhone/iPod Touch that goes over the basics of Wing Chun. Great app for beginners as it covers basic drills, applications, and the first open hand form, Sil Nim Tao. Click here for the iPad version.