Kung Fu Action Is Heating Up In July

Kung Fu Action – Enter Shaolin Hosting Their Second Webinar

The first webinar Enter Shaolin did went very well. This one promises to be even better. Here what Sifu Phu has to say about it.

 

This one is going to hit some grappling hot buttons. We don’t do Jujitsu so the information you will be getting from this seminar is about grappling through the eyes of a Kung Fu practitioner.

People really loved our first webinar so if you have the time I highly recommend that you try and attend our next one. The best part is it’s FREE! If you can’t make it live that’s okay you can always catch the replay.

In this webinar…

You will learn about our Ngo Dac Na fundamental grappling and locking techniques WARNING: This is NOT BJJ (Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu) grappling. Instead we will teach you the Ngo Dac Na way of grappling, as well as teach you some of our locking techniques.

You are going to learn:

  • What To Do In Grappling Situations
  • How To Not Strain When Applying Locks
  • How To Use Energy Opposed To Strength
  • How To Use Technique As Opposed To Force

You will also learn:

  • How To Use Dead Weight
  • Channeling On The Ground
  • The Bite
  • Balancing Your Locks
  • Understanding The Principles Of Locking

This is going to be a live event, so mark your calendar and be prepared to learn!

Click This Link To Register Today!

MMA is Slaughtering The Kung Fu Guy On TV

This particular video is a little old but it had me thinking about the martial arts, television and greed. It’s clear to me that Joe Rogan never actually went toe to toe with a real kung fu martial artist.

He talks a lot of smack, but at the end of the day he is just a loud mouth promoter trying to make a buck. I am not sure what happened in the 90’s that caused so much mis information in the martial arts community. [Read more…]

Martial Arts – Does Size Matter?

Mixed martial arts bout

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Throughout the years here in the United States we have been programmed by the media to accept the standards of things like boxing, mma etc.. We pit people against each other who have equal physical attributes.  This type of pairing creates a false sense of reality.

In real life chances of you coming across a person who has studied  martial arts is slim to none. Furthermore you will more than likely never come across someone who is the same height , size and strength who wants to smash your face in..

The reality of true martial arts is size, strength or any other physical attribute matters not. What matters in real martial arts is a persons skill. Once you take away a persons strength all they have left is their skill. It is from a standpoint of skill where we can truly level the playing field.

Whilst I  like all martial arts and think all of them have real value to teach. I also feel that in many places the essence of martial arts isn’t there.  I don’t claim to be a bad ass or anything like that.  All I can say is I started training official in martial arts when I was in 3rd grade.. I am now 36 years old and martial arts is a big part of my life. [Read more…]

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