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Maturing in Kung Fu: The Metacognition Principle

For those of you who follow my blogs, you’re familiar with a few of my last articles outlining some principles of kung fu.  For those of you who are new to my website, allow me to share links to the articles I’m talking about (in the order they were released): As we were created, so… Continue reading Maturing in Kung Fu: The Metacognition Principle

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Should My Wing Chun Form Go Fast or Slow?

A young man wrote to me, recently, and asked the following: I used to study Wing Chun before I moved to . . . .  I noticed that you just did your Siu Nim Tao form much slower than my Sifu did. . . .   Why is that?  How fast or slow should my form… Continue reading Should My Wing Chun Form Go Fast or Slow?

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What Is Your Self-defense Training Truly Preparing You For?

When you think of martial arts and self-defense, do you think of the same thing, or does some other image come to mind?  I ask that question for a reason: Everyone comes to train for different reasons.  Understanding your perspective on this is a good beginning; one that helps you make a wise decision on… Continue reading What Is Your Self-defense Training Truly Preparing You For?