By Yip Chun, Leung Ting
This a very good publication for somebody who desires to study the wood dummy strategies. The booklet has many photographs of Grandmaster Ip guy and Ip Chun. This booklet indicates step-by-step of wood dummy ideas and their functions.
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116 Wing Tsun Dummy Techniques by Yip Chun, Leung Ting