Looking for the perfect destination to start your martial arts practice? If so, we recommend vibrant China! Some of the most popular martial arts disciplines in the world are rooted here. Do you prefer the daring Kung Fu that’s great for both fitness and flexibility? Or perhaps you like the challenging Wing Chun that focuses on close range combat, resulting into much more detailed techniques? How about a calming Tai Chi practice that helps you reach a state of mindfulness and tranquility? With a beginner’s camp in China, anything is possible. So, why don’t you reserve your spot today?
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Strawweight, welterweight, heavyweight champion ... it seems like there are lots of boxing titles out there. Did you ever wonder where these came from? The titles are derived from the different weight classes and sanctioning bodies within the sport. Here is what it all means.
Directly translated into English, Wing Chun (or Wing Tsun) means “an ode to spring”. However, despite its pleasing title and deflective approach to force, Wing Tsun is a direct, destructive and fearsome martial art when dealing with an attacker.
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