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Listen to Understand

Cam Evans returns with another thoughtful article to reminds us why becoming a good listener in training is critical for skills development and for reaching a deeper understanding of the system.     I’ve spoken before about how, as I continue to train, I start to notice how the things I learn can extend into…

Relaxation

Cam Evans shares his perspective on relaxation – a key concept many of us struggle to implement in training. Relax. Relax more. In Ving Tsun it is important to train relaxation right from the first day, for a number of different reasons. Consider that one of our goals in training is to be able to quickly…

Pushing Your Limitations

Cam Evans challenges everyone to face his/her limitations in this fine post. I’ve spent a considerable amount of my recent training time focused on exploring my limitations; it has caused a shift in how I approach my training that I think is very valuable. So I wanted to spend some time and walk you through…

Seminar Weekend

Cam Evans generously shares his experience and reflection on Sifu’s recent back-to-back seminars in Calgary. Sifu will often come up from the school in Atlanta to spend some quality time with the Kung Fu Family in Calgary; offering some training pointers and advice, sharing his Ving Tsun expertise, and so much more. In his most…

Ving Tsun and Life

Another fine blog entry from Cam Evans, sharing his perspective on Ving Tsun in life.   Kung Fu is often used to describe Chinese Martial Arts, but it’s much more than that. It describes that special something, attained through long periods of difficult practice. Anyone in any profession or hobby can achieve Kung Fu. It’s commonly…