How To Use A Wing Chun Wooden Striking Dummy - Martial Arts Training Tool

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How To Use A Wing Chun Wooden Striking Dummy - Martial Arts Training Tool

This page provides details on how to use a Wing Chun Wooden Striking Dummy. This wooden training tool is also known as Wing Chun Wooden Man Post, Mu Ren Zhuang, etc.

This Chinese training tool has been used for centuries in order to practice martial arts kicks and hand strikes. In addition, since it is made from wood (versus softer padded tools such as a kicking shield), martial artists use the Wooden Striking Dummy in order to try and harden their hands, forearms, shins, etc.

For other traditional training tools, please visit the Martial Arts Training Equipment section.

Instructions On How To Use A Wing Chun Wooden Striking Dummy

Wing Chun Wooden Dummy Drill

Wing Chun Wooden Dummy Kata/Form


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