Category Archives: Kung Fu

Back To Basics With Al Peasland

The foundation of any martial arts are basics. Al Peasland explains why. Continue reading

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Wing Chun: Finishing Quickly

Wing Chun is a very effective combat style. However, sometimes people focus too much on the multiple rapid attacks rather quickly finishing the fight quickly. Continue reading

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The Humble “Yoi”

In traditional martial arts, even the ready position can be used to neutralise an opponent before a fight really gets going. Continue reading

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Kata: Training Beyond Technique

A lot is discussed these days about martial arts kata (patterns/forms) and their applications (bunkai). However, there is not so much spoken about mindset of performing a kata, which is some ways is even more important. Find out more. Continue reading

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Wing Chun’s Chum Kiu

Applications from Wing Chun’s 2nd form, Chum Kiu. Continue reading

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