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Kwoon Self Defense and the Real World

Thursday, April 6th, 2017

Ask any martial artist if what they do is realistic self defense, and the most common answer will be something along the lines of “Yes, of course. Why would I do it if it weren’t?” But the honest truth is that a lot of martial artists are not equipped to defend themselves in a real […]

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Wing Chun’s Weakness: Long Range Fighting

Tuesday, March 28th, 2017

The idea that Wing Chun has no long range “game” has circled the internet for a while. It is true that Wing Chun focuses its techniques on “in” fighting but that does not mean it is not effective further away. Wing Chun, although it has longer range techniques, simply prefers to close the distance as […]

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Krav Maga Versus Wing Chun

Friday, March 17th, 2017

In this article we will review some similarities and differences between Wing Chun and Krav Maga.

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Difference in Wing Chun Swords Lineages

Tuesday, March 7th, 2017

What is the difference between different Wing Chun Swords within different Wing Chun Lineages?  Without reading a ton of books or travelling all over the world, What are some quick differences between lineages and how they use the sword?  This is what we are about to answer. The principle of the Wing Chun Swords also known […]

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Martial Arts Philosophy-Chinese Versus Japanese Part 1

Wednesday, February 22nd, 2017

When broken up, martial is referred to as “those inclined to war or fighting”.  Art is referred to as “the expression or creative skill and imagination”. Thus, martial arts is to be translated as “the expression of creative fighting skills”. Some (possibly the majority) of the practices still firmly embrace this concept.  However there are […]

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What is Kendo – What You Need to Know

Friday, February 10th, 2017

What is Kendo? Kenjutsu, founded on the principle of setsunin-to (life-taking sword) was the base for Kendo historically. Katsujin-ken (life-giving sword) and Katsujin referred to as “the sword that animates the sword fighter” are now the modern principles for Kendo. In essence, the focus shifted from taking a life to improving ones own life through Kendo’s Practice. What is […]

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Developing the Student Mindset

Martial Arts Punch Defense Variations

Thursday, February 9th, 2017

The straight punch, or jab, is a widely used technique used in almost every existing martial art. Though different arts may vary slightly in how they deliver this technique, the biggest difference lies in how they defend against it. Some martial arts will block the blow with a stagnant defense. Others will avoid contact completely […]

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Tampa Bay Wing Chun School | SELF DEFENSE

Friday, February 3rd, 2017

TAMPA BAY WING CHUN SCHOOL  | SELF DEFENSE I have spent the last year training with Tampa Bay Wing Chun School run by Garret and I have noticed improvements in myself.  Garret emphasizes physical training at the beginning of each class.   I have improved muscle tone and stamina.  Wing Chun techniques taught to me have improved […]

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History of Kendo

History of Kendo – The Way of the Sword

Friday, December 16th, 2016

The history of Kendo stems from kenjutsu (the art of the sword) over several centuries, and was kept alive by both swordsman and Samurai.

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