Monthly Archives: November 2011

The “Corkscrew” Punch (The Devil In The Detail)

The “corkscrew” punch where the fist is rotated is unique to oriental martial arts. Here we look as some fine details to help you to improve your punch. Continue reading

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Lotus Nei Gong & Tai Chi Course

A course for practitioners of internal martial arts wishing to expand their knowledge, or external martial artists who want to understand internal work and perhaps introduce some of it into their own martial arts. Continue reading

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Do You Train To Win A Fair Fight?

Most traditional martial arts teach you how to win a fair fight. Anything wrong with that?
Yes, most fights aren’t fair. But it wasn’t always like that. Traditional martial arts did at one time put more emphasis on winning an unfair fight. Continue reading

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