The History of Gung Fu

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The world of mar­tial arts is fan­tas­tic and intrigu­ing. From the ages gone by the power and his­tory of Kung Fu spins the yarn of myth and real­ity. Kung Fu has been around since before the time peo­ple were writ­ing things down. The first real record of this par­tic­u­lar prac­tice goes back more than four thou­sand years. The first ones to Con­tinue read­ing

T’ai-Chi Walking

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Tai Chi walk­ing is one of the most impor­tant aspects of Tai Chi prac­tice. Unfor­tu­nately it is one of the aspects that most begin­ners do not spend enough time on. Some­one new to Tai Chi will look at the move­ment of the hands believ­ing this is what makes the prac­tice so beau­ti­ful and grace­ful. This is right, when you look at Con­tinue read­ing

Cuong Nhu — Vietnamese Martial Style

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I came across an arti­cle by Evan Zis­lis enti­tled Becom­ing A Bet­ter Per­son Through Mar­tial Arts, and although it seems to be your typ­i­cal rah-rah piece about the arts improv­ing your per­sonal and pro­fes­sional life the thing that caught my atten­tion was his style — Cuong Nhu. I’ve been in the arts for many years but I had never heard of Con­tinue read­ing

Notoriety (Of A Sort) On KevinMuldoon.com

My friend Kevin Mul­doon, he of the mas­sive and suc­cess­ful blog empire, had men­tioned me in a post on his home blog. I’d like to thank him once again for the oppor­tu­nity to work with him — it’s always a great expe­ri­ence to work with some­one who knows their stuff. Give his site a visit — you won’t be sorry. Thanks, Con­tinue read­ing