Ready to embark on a martial arts training in an idyllic location? Soar high and get a view from up above with martial arts training in the mountains! The most popular destination for this is definitely the Wudang Mountains in China. It isn’t hard to see why since the martial arts training offered here range from Kung Fu and Wushu to Tai Chi and Wing Chun. Other destinations for a training camp in the mountains include Idaho Springs in Colorado, Okinawa in Japan, and many more. So, book your slot now and prepare to boost your strength!
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.
There are plenty of ingredients when it comes to the wonderful mixture called “success”. If you ask different people you will get plenty of different answers. However, there will ALWAYS be this one ingredient in every single one of those recipes. So, what’s the secret ingredient that success cannot be made without?
It’s no secret that the martial arts have been around for some time. Of course, there are a few “modern” martial arts like Brazilian jiu-jitsu and Krav Maga, but the practice of recording a structured style, and passing the techniques down from masters to novices across generations, goes back centuries – and longer.