Tag Archives: Basic Kung Fu

Strength building 1

December 12, 2011

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This has been a common question among all people, even for people who exercises regularly. Is there a way to improve my strength building strategy? Why do some people perform better, how do others train faster? And is there a secret behind other people’s strength building method? The key to understanding strength building, is to [...]

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Belt systems.. Good or bad?

December 2, 2011

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Belt systems.. Good or bad?

Take a walk around Singapore and you’ll find lots of wushu groups in training. You’ll find lots of differences in the training styles and attire of the wushu groups. Some groups have a main coach with lots of junior coaches helping out. Some groups only have one coach, period. Some are highly regimental, others adopt [...]

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Singapore IVP Wushu Comp Interview Series – RP

November 25, 2011

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Singapore IVP Wushu Comp 2011 - RP

It took some time to contact everyone, but hey! It’s finally out!!!! SingaporeWushu.com will like to thank everyone who participated in this interview series, especially since many were preparing for their upcoming exams. It’s not an easy task, to juggle academic and sports, but when one puts his/her heart into doing something, everything else fades [...]

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Singapore IVP Wushu Comp Interview Series – SP

November 23, 2011

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Singapore IVP Wushu 2011 - SP team

It took some time to contact everyone, but hey! It’s finally out!!!! SingaporeWushu.com will like to thank everyone who participated in this interview series, especially since many were preparing for their upcoming exams. It’s not an easy task, to juggle academic and sports, but when one puts his/her heart into doing something, everything else fades [...]

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Singapore IVP Wushu Comp Interview Series – NTU

November 22, 2011

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Singapore IVP 2011 Wushu - NTU

It took some time to contact everyone, but hey! It’s finally out!!!! SingaporeWushu.com will like to thank everyone who participated in this interview series, especially since many were preparing for their upcoming exams. It’s not an easy task, to juggle academic and sports, but when one puts his/her heart into doing something, everything else fades [...]

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Singapore IVP Wushu Comp Interview Series – NYP

November 19, 2011

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Singapore IVP Wushu Comp Interview Series - NYP2

It took some time to contact everyone, but hey! It’s finally out!!!! SingaporeWushu.com will like to thank everyone who participated in this interview series, especially since many were preparing for their upcoming exams. It’s not an easy task, to juggle academic and sports, but when one puts his/her heart into doing something, everything else fades [...]

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Difference between a Wushu Coach a Shifu

November 14, 2011

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We are getting a little bold here to actually touch on this topic! Having trained under several different organisations before, I had the chance of meeting and knowing serveral respected Shifus as well as many amazing Wushu Coaches. As some of my juniors had asked me this question previously – What is the difference between [...]

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Jeet Kune Do

October 9, 2011

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Jeet Kune Do

What is Jeet Kune Do? Simply put, it is a martial art form with no form. Bruce Lee, the founder of Jeet Kune Do, gives the best description of this form of martial art, “Jeet Kune Do is not an organized institution that one can be a member of. Either you understand or you don’t, [...]

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How to find suitable Wushu Shoes

September 29, 2011

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Fei Yue Wushu Shoes

Just signed up for your first Wushu training and advised against wearing your sport shoes? Your coach is right in saying that! Running and Wushu are two fundamentally different sports and all that you need in a pair of running shoes; you won’t want to find them in your Wushu Shoes! Thin Shoe Base and [...]

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The 4 Main Chinese Martial Arts Weapons in Singapore

September 25, 2011

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Chinese Martial Arts weapons are often used as an extension of a practitioner’s physical limitations. Weapons are used to cover more ‘attack distance’ and increase ‘attack damage’. In general, the longer the Chinese Martial Arts weapons, the more the attack distance but the harder it is to control it. The heavier the weapon, the ‘attack [...]

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