Kung Fu Discussion – Wrist Control, Structure, Friendly Conversation

Personally I don’t much get involved with Internet debates when it comes to kung fu. The reason is simply because most times there isn’t a right answer or a wrong answer. The fact of the matter is that the right way to train your martial arts depends on who you are and what you are trying to accomplish in your training.

For example: If you are going to train to enter the ring and compete you need to train for that sport. If you are training yourself to defend yourself in a real life self defense situation the training needs to be tailored for that.

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Your Form Doesn’t Look Like My Form?

I think if you have been in martial arts long enough the question of who is doing the right form comes up. This is true for every single martial art on planet earth.  I watched a video today that got me thinking about this very question.

Before going further in this article check out the video I watched..


Yang, Sau Chung (1910-1985), was the eldest son of Grandmaster Yang Cheng Fu. He started learning his family style when he was 8 years old under the strict supervision of his father. At 14, he started to assist his father in teaching Tai chi chuan. [Read more...]

Learning How To Do The Wing Chun Jut Sao or Sau

Wing Chun Jut Sao Revealed

Wing Chun Jut SaoHow many times have you wondered how the Wing Chun Jut Sao worked? I know i’ve seen some videos that mis – represent the function of a jut sao.

First off, I am a firm believer that you first have to have good structure and foundation before you start applying techniques.

However after you learn how to perform and practice a move like Jut Sao you need to experiment with how to deploy it in your game.

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