Moy Yat Collection
English | AVI | XVID, 720x480, 25.fps | Mp3 128 kbps | 1.83 GB
Genre: Training, Wing Chun
Master Moy Yat (1938-2001) - one of the closest disciples of Yip Man, started training with him in 1957 and studied at 15 years (assuming that, unlike many other students Moy Yat received full transmission of style). In 1973 Moy Yat moved to the U.S. and began to teach.
1 Moy Yat - Ving Tsun Essentials
Review of Wing Chun style, showing the three forms without weapons, plus form 108 movements on the wooden dummy, and chi sao, exercises, racks, equipment legs. In addition, showcase examples of self-defense with Wing Chun.
2 Moy Yat - Centerline
The concept of the center line and the control over it.
3 Moy Yat - Chi Sao on the Centerline
How to perform chi sao, explanation of the principles laid down, followed by drawings for clarity.
4 Moy Yat - Little Details Makes the Difference
In this video, Master Moy Yat recalls the small details and the details that are often overlooked in training. Knowing these details distinguishes advanced phase of training from beginners.
5 Moy Yat - The Look of a Kick
Moy Yat demonstrates and explains the techniques of kicks in the style of Wing Chun. Also shown are "pasted legs" - Chi Gerk.
6 Moy Yat - Tsui Ma
This video is dedicated to one of the fundamental concepts of Wing Chun - The force from the legs together.
7 Moy Yat - Chum Kiu
The second form, with detailed explanations.
8 Moy Yat - Biu Je
The third form, with detailed explanations.
9 Moy Yat - Wooden Dummy
Detailed analysis of a wooden mannequin.
Ten Moy Yat - Reminder
Analysis of some of the basic movements of Wing Chun.