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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 – 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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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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Xin Ying Tai Chi and Wushu Demostration

October 4, 2011

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Venue: Botanical Gardens MRT Station Event: Official opening of Botanic Garden MRT station Date:  2 Oct 2011 A splendid performance and synchronization of the Tai Chi Fan with the performance music!  It can only be down with consistent training and great team work =) Followed with lively kids and actions, fast and furious!    

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How to do Kung Fu for Beginners

September 3, 2011

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How to do Kung Fu for Beginners

How to do Kung Fu for Beginners 1: Warming Up As per any other sports or Martial Arts, all training and practices begin with warming up the body. Warming up your body helps to reduce injuries and post Kung Fu training cramps. It also aids in making your Kung Fu trainings more efficient and effective. [...]

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The Benefits of Learning Wushu in Singapore

August 31, 2011

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Learn Wushu to improve Strength, Flexibility and Co-ordination Ability Building physical and core strength is the most direct benefit of learning Wushu in Singapore. Many basic Wushu stances such as the Horse Stance (Ma Bu) and the Bow Stance (Gong Bu) builds leg and core muscles. The need to hold poses and maintain one’s form [...]

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Solo Wushu Training vs Group Wushu Training

August 29, 2011

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Solo wushu training vs Group wushu training

    Should Wushu training be done on your own? While most people think of it as an ineffective training method with no one to point out your mistakes for you, solo Wushu training does has its importance in improving one’s Wushu technique.   Group training, on the other hand, allows fellow practitioners to give [...]

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Basic Singapore Wushu Greeting Etiquette – Jing Li

August 15, 2011

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Wushu Salute

If you are a Singapore Wushu practitioner, or someone really fond of watching Wushu competitions and performances in Singapore, you’ll realise that before the start of a class or performance of a routines, practitioners will execute a formal greeting to their masters or the audience, called ‘Jing Li’, a ‘fist to palm’ salute. Singapore Wushu’s [...]

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