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Wooden Dummies

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Wooden Dummies

The wood dummy training

For every situation and intention the right dummy.

We distinguish between two types of wooden dummies:
– Muk Jan Zong, this is the wooden dummy for training unarmed fighting
– Gwan Paai, this is the wooden dummy for the longpole training

Due to the number of dolls available, it is possible to acquire this elementary knowledge together in the group.
Beginners learn the form on simple dummies.
More experienced practitioners switch to the swinging dummies based on the model from the Dai Dak Lan, but which can be provided with different arm strength and lengths, depending on demand.

The wood dummy training is the encounter with oneself. Each action comes back one on one to the one who faces it, whether through the power of impact and footwork, speed and sensitivity, or alignment in space and fighting spirit.

 

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