Displaying posts tagged with

“Bruce Lee”

Aug
2
2011

The Corner Man

We all need a corner man now and then…

Jul
28
2011

Tong Bei is BACK

This next text is worth a look if you are interested in a style everyone will see a lot more of in the near future.

Jul
3
2011

The Jing Wu Heritage Continues…

This book is riddled with great old photos, …

Jun
22
2010

Product: Jing Wu Assocation

Now here’s along overdue piece of the puzzle…

Mar
25
2010

The Tao of Retreat

Back and forth, advance and retreat. In the early days of freestyle I often thought that most sparring was an excuse to practice dancing…

Mar
15
2010

Product: Another Dummy?

While checking through our stock for a reader request we realized …

Mar
7
2010

INB #21 Fooling the Flash

Personally I like speed practice because true speed suggests efficient neurological path ways and that seems beneficial to just about everybody.

Feb
5
2010

Event: San Jose Wing Chun Seminar!

February 27th and 28th Master Sam Hing Fai Chan is holding a two-day seminar on the Ip Man Wing Chun system…

Jan
29
2010

Product: Ching Wu (softbound edition)

This has been one of our most popular “memorial” editions…

Nov
27
2009

Kung Feud?

Not among the most forgiving: that can only be stated about martial artists. After all, art is long and life is short

Sep
25
2004

FA JIN (Releasing Power)

Bruce Lee once said that the difference between a Karate punch and a Gongfu punch was that a Karate punch is like being hit with a crowbar, while a Gongfu punch is like being hit by a metal ball on the end of a chain.