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Bai Sao: Wing Chun's Taproot Book by Herbert Maier

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BaiSao is a little-known exercise Yip Man used to demonstrate Wing Chun to

strangers. This unique book shows applications of each BaiSao

movement, tying together Wing Chun theory, ChiSao, Wooden Man, and

fighting applications. Revealed is the amazing depth of thinking behind

a sparkling, casual, but totally absorbing 10-20 second "elevator

speech" demo of the martial art that gave Bruce Lee his start. Maier,

who earned a Ph.D. for the cognitive psychology in Wing Chun, structured

this book around quotations from Wang Kiu, the least-known of Yip Man's

original core students.
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BaiSao is a little-known exercise Yip Man used to demonstrate Wing Chun to
strangers. This unique book shows applications of each BaiSao
movement, tying together Wing Chun theory, ChiSao, Wooden Man, and
fighting applications. Revealed is the amazing depth of thinking behind
a sparkling, casual, but totally absorbing 10-20 second "elevator
speech" demo of the martial art that gave Bruce Lee his start. Maier,
who earned a Ph.D. for the cognitive psychology in Wing Chun, structured
this book around quotations from Wang Kiu, the least-known of Yip Man's
original core students.
 
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Core Concepts
Chapter 2: The Movements
Chapter 3: A Window Into Wing Chun Theory
Chapter 4: ChiSao Connections
Additional Information
SKU BV-80311
Release Date Dec 1, 2006
Other Info No
Book Format Softcover
Languages English

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