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Making a Traditional Martial Art Relevant Today

As I sit and watch the wave of violence sweep our nation, I have been reminded of some very important principles of Wing Chun Kung Fu (Kung Fu, here, translated "a way of life") that date back to its very founder, Ng Mui. These principles are what led me to write this blog: Making a… Continue reading Making a Traditional Martial Art Relevant Today

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Situational Awareness: Getting Off Your Phone

There are a lot of aspects to self-defense, some of which have nothing to do with throwing a punch or kick. . . .  For example, last night I was walking my dog along a dark, dimly lit portion of road. This particular area had a lot of unoccupied land for my dog and me… Continue reading Situational Awareness: Getting Off Your Phone

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Can Combat Martial Arts Translate into Sports Fighting?

Jason, I've read your blogs. Got me thinking, can someone who studies a combat martial arts, for street fighting, be any good at sports fighting? Does it translate well? This is an excellent question.  It brings up several important questions, like: What are your goals and motivations in training?  Are you looking to compete in… Continue reading Can Combat Martial Arts Translate into Sports Fighting?