On top of working a few jobs, I also manage two blogs, freelance, and dream about becoming the next big hit author. With such a busy schedule, it’s hard to find time to train and actually practice my forms outside of kung fu. Waking up has always been so hard for me. To say that… Continue reading How to find time to practice kung fu outside of lessons
Happy New Year friends! It’s the year of the dog which means a year of loyalty, justice and intelligence — all of the positive attribute’s of a man’s best friend. To celebrate the new year, my family enjoyed some rice cake and some candies, but today, we experienced the real excitement from the new year.… Continue reading Performing the Lion Dance for Chinese New Year
Why you shouldn’t join the gym rush Once upon a time when I was still in high-school, I joined a gym. I chose to do that as my fitness program than doing P.E. I’ve always been more interested in actual fitness than the semblance of it that is semi-portrayed in school gym classes. Honestly, I’m… Continue reading Make Kung Fu your New Year’s Resolution
Everyone has their cryptonite. Mine is performing in front of an audience. I don’t feel that bad about it though, because most people feel this way. Sweaty palms, lack of breath, red face, shaky hands and an intensely beating heart are all traits I’m familiar with. It doesn’t just stop there. Some people – ah… Continue reading Is Stage Fright Your Cryptonite?
The Ancestor Styles Ngo Cho Kun is a Southern Chinese martial arts style that has been derived from the principles and techniques of five father kung fu styles: the breathing methods and iron body style of Bodhidharma; the posture and dynamic power of the Luohan; the precision and movement efficiency of Tai Cho (Taizu); the… Continue reading The Martial Art Styles of Ngo Cho Kun
Ngo Cho Kun translates from the Hokkian language to “Five Ancestors Fist.” It is a style of kung fu adapted and modified using the techniques from five parent styles of kung fu.