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Hung Nguyen: Reaching Orange Sash

Tuesday, October 24th, 2017

Hung Nguyen: Reaching Orange Sash is my story about how I reached Orange Sash level and training at Tampa Wing Chun Academy.

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Tony Plasse: Becoming an Orange

Tuesday, October 17th, 2017

Tony Plasse: Becoming an Orange is my story on how I became and Orange Sash level student at the Tampa Wing Chun Academy and what that meant to me.

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Your Black Belt Journey

Tuesday, October 10th, 2017

There is a reason the title is “Your Black Belt Journey”, it’s YOUR journey. No one else can walk your life. You were created for a purpose and it’s your job to walk it to the best of your ability. That being said, too many times we see students comparing themselves to another student. In […]

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3 Training Cycles of Martial Arts

Tuesday, October 3rd, 2017

If you have just begun your training in martial arts you know it can become very frustrating. You can feel lost in the material. Confused on a technique. Or you feel like you are behind where you should be. All of the these factors make starting martial arts difficult for the newbie. In this article, […]

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Jacob Cramer: Orange Sash Pre-Requisite Paper

Tuesday, September 26th, 2017

Jacob Cramer: Orange Sash Pre-Requisite Paper. I explain the beginning of my story and how I began my martial art journey.

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Road to Orange: By Dixon Kwok

Tuesday, September 19th, 2017

Road to Orange: Dixon Kwok. I’m glad to be learning Wing Chun. it is focused on making us fighters instead of belt chasers.

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Blocking and Attacking: 5 Moves for Disruption

Tuesday, August 8th, 2017

Blocking and Attacking: 5 Moves For Disruption. One hit. Sometimes that’s all it takes. One well placed hit can end a fight.

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Wing Chun Entry Techniques

Tuesday, July 18th, 2017

The ability to close the distance with an opponent is essential to any Wing Chun practitioner. You must be able to quickly respond to an opponents attack and shut them down to avoid follow up attacks.

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Cuts, Collisions, Crying: Tips for Your Kids Program

Tuesday, July 4th, 2017

Cuts, Collisions, Crying: Tips for Your Kids Program, will explain some ways to help your young ones when they are suffering a (in their mind) a “trauma”.

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