Wooden Dummy

Wing Chun Wooden Dummy

Traditional Muk Yun Jong

The Wing Chun Wooden Dummy entrenches itself in history from the Shaolin Temple.

The Wooden Man emerged as a training tool in southern China from the late 1800’s.

Wooden Dummy training is an integral part of the Wing Chun System.

Wing Chun forms and techniques are practiced in conjunction with Wooden Dummy.

Dummy training provides a Practitioner with a convenient practice partner

WoodenDummy Training Benefits

Wing Chun Dummy training develops:

Bridging gap  concepts and seeking the bridge along the centre line.

Correct execution of techniques.

Proper positioning relative to an opponent.

Coordination and Footwork.


Arm and Leg conditioning.

Forward intention and sticking.

Interrupt ability.

Focus and fighting strategies.

Starting Training:

One must avoid injury when training Wooden Dummy.

A Practitioner must be patient during the early stages.

Students should make light contact until the limbs are conditioned.

Dummy skills can be very beneficial when partner training

It will enable you to respond with the right movements and techniques.

Wing Chun Wooden Dummy Training consists of training 108 sets.

It also trains the form in the Air as a wing chun form.

Training Dummy sets with a partner create a continuous fighting sequence.

This training tool exercises are essentially a sequence of movements.

The Practitioner reacts spontaneously to the Dummy and its attacks.

Try not to anticipate what is coming next.

Wooden Dummy Moves:

Wooden Dummy movements are a pre-set of Techniques.

Move slowly at first, meanwhile concentrate on your form and structure.

You will move faster once you have correct movement and positioning.

If you cannot do the form slow, you won’t be able to perform fast.

The Wooden Dummy is very unforgiving.

A Practitioner must learn correct body position and placement.

Wooden Dummy Concepts:

  • Footwork and co-ordination
  • Perception and understanding of fighting ranges
  • Balance and positioning
  • Focus and intention
  • Toughening of the limbs
  • Fighting strategies
  • Bridging the gap
  • Interrupt ability
  • Form training
  • Action and reaction
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Where does the Wooden Dummy come from?

Wooden Dummy originates from the Shaolin Temple.
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Who introduced the Wooden Dummy into Wing Chun.

Yuen Kah Shan in the early 1900’s.
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Do you teach Wooden Dummy?

I teach wooden dummy form on the wooden dummy, wooden dummy form in the air and with a partner.
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