Monthly Archives: March 2015

Stages of Kung Fu Training – Part 2

  Learning Kung Fu is no different than learning how to walk. As a child we first learn how to roll over on our bellies. Soon we are able to get one leg up and inch our way across the … Continue reading

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Stages Of Kung Fu Training – Part 1

    The Journey of training Kung Fu can be a seemingly daunting endeavor for the new student. Essentially it is a process of teaching the body how to move and stand in very unnatural ways, while breaking the habits … Continue reading

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Which Style Is The Best

Often times people ask me, “which style is the best.” It would be really easy for me to respond by saying, “ well my style is the best of course,” and then go on and on to justify how great … Continue reading

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What is Kung Fu?

In a modern society with fast paced technology and an abundance of information accessible at the tap of a finger its hard to understand how something like a Chinese martial art like Kung Fu fits in. Often I hear people … Continue reading

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