China is one of the most popular destinations for foreigners who want to train and at the same time to enjoy nature at its best. China is home to some of the oldest martial arts disciplines; Kung Fu, Tai Chi, Wing Chun, to name just a few. There’s no better place for you to learn to become more alert, fitter, and of course, become a better martial artist! So, book a Chinese martial arts training today and get ready to learn from the best masters of the world!
While the legalities of self-defense may vary considerably between different countries, the notion of protecting yourself and your home is a universal one.
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?