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Traditional martial arts 2 Mindset -and- Modern Combat (part 2)

Tuesday, January 8th, 2013

Traditional martial arts 2 Mindset -and- Modern Combat (part 2) (this article can not be copied or used on any other site, permission only to share link) Though we are not MMA, we understand the want for practitioners to feel more secure in their survival.  It is this “Foshan mentality” of the challenge fight that […]

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Traditional Martial Arts vs Modern Combat Part 1

Tuesday, January 1st, 2013

Traditional Martial Arts vs Modern Combat Part 1 For some of us it was always the goal of training within the traditional martial arts to develop a system and practices that would work as a combative technique in modern times. When we talk about traditional martial arts, we’re referring to training that’s rooted in the tenets set forth […]

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Martial Arts Dedication

Sunday, December 16th, 2012

Martial Arts Dedication (this article can not be copied or used on any other site, permission only to share link) I have spoken to many Master’s all of which I have heard a common phrase; “I have been practicing Wing Chun most of my life and every day I learn something new from the art, […]

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Bruce Lee kick

High power attacks come with high risk

Sunday, November 25th, 2012

High power attacks come with high risk (this article can not be copied or used on any other site, permission only to share link) A Tae Kwon Do roundhouse from the back leg or a Hung Gar forearm and fist strike can be extremely powerful.  They come from a long-range attack and a circular motion.  […]

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Sifu Och Wing Chun; body weapon

Friday, November 23rd, 2012

Sifu Och Wing Chun; body weapon Using your entire body weapon, this is what Grandmaster Lee Chen Style Tai Chi who learned the Chen Village from the Chen Family in China told me that this is called five bows. Each arm and limb is a single bow and the torso is the fifth bow.  Used […]

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Building Power in the Martial Arts

Tuesday, November 20th, 2012

Building Power in the Martial Arts (this article can not be copied or used on any other site, permission only to share link) Knockout power –  is built every time you practice for power, speed, precision, endurance, intent and accuracy building power. By making sure that each movement flows into the next and through the […]

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Traditional Martial Arts vs the Movies (Part 2)

Tuesday, November 13th, 2012

If you do a jump kick, and you teach the purpose on how to “commercial martial arts someone out with it” while showing the 100% full original war/street purpose, I applaud you. If you throw weapons, but you do it because you’re throwing them through an opponent I applaud you. I applaud any and all […]

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Traditional Martial Arts vs the Movies (Part 1)

Monday, November 12th, 2012

No traditional martial art, no matter what its origins, had fancy and ineffective moves. It was created for survival and for the quickest and deadliest moves for battle in that culture, terrain, and for the immediate enemy. Traditional martial arts training refers to training in a martial art that is rooted in the tenets set forth by […]

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Sifu Justin Och Wing Chun

Wing Chun principles; shortest distance

Sunday, November 11th, 2012

Wing Chun principles; shortest distance (this article can not be copied or used on any other site, permission only to share link) You must use the “shortest distance between two points”.   Wing Chun principles refers to every possible straight line.  Only when obstructed from the straight line attack does a Wing Chun practitioner use a […]

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