Author : Williams Randy
Title : Close range combat Wing Chun Volume 2 Explosive Self-Defense Techniques
Year : 2003
Link download : Williams_Randy_-_Close_range_combat_Wing_Chun_Volume_2.zip
It is a privilege to write the foreword for Randy Williams’ new book about “Explosive Combat Techniques,” since people often refer to me as “The Toughest Man Alive,” or the expert on all-out combat. He thought it appropriate for me to write this introduction. I don’t remember when it started, but I have stopped denying it, since I am the oldest one still around. I have been blessed, in my lifetime, to be exposed to and learn from the top wrestlers, boxers, and martial artists of all persuasions. I met Randy, whom I call “Randy the Rough,” in Chicago in 1991 when we both worked on Brandon Lee’s film, Rapid Fire. Randy was a dedicated practitioner of Gung Fu and at that time had already published, in Singapore, an authoritative series of books on Wing Chun. I remember repeating the same conversation about 25 years earlier to another eager exponent of Wing Chun on the set of The Green Hornet. I related that all martial arts have something to offer, and you should not be partial to any one style. I stressed that cross-training was the wave of the future and that the Chi Sao sensitivity training and the economy of motion aspects of Wing Chun can be useful in grappling, since all combat usually ends up on the ground. I am pleased to include Randy as a friend and dedicated martial arts practitioner whose knowledge will help anyone serious in the study of the combative arts. My hat’s off to him for sharing his knowledge, for that is the only route to immortality. You will live on as long as your students use and pass on your knowledge. Keep Smiling. Gene LeBell. ...
Williams Randy - Close range combat Wing Chun Volume 2
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