• Self Defence: Kung Fu

My Kung Fu is Stronger

This past Friday evening, I earned the single most insane Achievement that I have ever earned. At 9:11 pm eastern time, I earned “My Kung Fu is Stronger” in Mortal Kombat (2011), which is awarded for mastering all twenty seven kombatants in the core game (DLC kombatants do not count). In order to master a …

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My Kung-Fu Is Stronger Than Yours

In shows where mano-a-mano combat is a main plot element, characters spend much of their lives training and improving their strength so they can one-up each other at a critical point in a fight. This invariably develops into an arms race that can, and has, taken out entire planets and solar systems. This has a …

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Women’s Self Defense Training

ASSAILANTS TARGET WOMEN Women are often seen as vulnerable and easy targets. In fact, here are some alarming statistics: • Every 9 seconds in the United States, a woman is assaulted or beaten. • A woman of only 21 years of age has a 25% risk of becoming a victim of violent crime in her …

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Womens Self Defence

Self defence tailored specifically for women. Our programmes start with a beginners introductory self defence course right up to advanced. You will learn techniques that do not rely on strength – including advanced biomechanics. Biomechanics is the art of exploiting the structure of the human body and its natural weaknesses. It is possible to overcome …

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The Basic Techniques of Shaolin Kung Fu

Shaolin kung fu is an ancient Chinese form of martial arts exercise. Developed thousands of years ago in China and adapted from Indian yoga postures, Shaolin kung fu is based on the characteristics and attack methods of more than a dozen different animals, including the snake, the tiger, the dragon and the cobra. Shaolin monks …

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Kung Fu

Kung fu (Mandarin: gung fu; Cantonese: gong fu) is a Western- catchall term for the Chinese martial arts. Literally translated, kung fu means “work hard,” which is why people who work hard are described as having a lot of “kung fu.” While the martial arts have existed in China since 2600 B.C., the foundation for …

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