Tag Archives: Simplicity

The “I Don’t Have Time” Excuse

We have a finite amount of time given to us at the beginning of our lives. Every moment lived is one less moment until we die. That sounds terribly morbid, and so some of us focus on doing as much … Continue reading

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Move it Buddy!

“Move it buddy!”  What do you imagine when you read those three words?  Are you cruising in the fast lane on the highway up to Whistler, envisioning riding the slopes in knee-deep powder, when you round a corner to see … Continue reading

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Why Fighting Makes You a Better Person

In our last post, we discussed the principles of Wing Chun Kung Fu.  We described the six principles as follows: Simplicity Centreline Structure Forward Intention Economy of Motion Awareness These six concepts shape the skills and techniques of the fighting … Continue reading

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Principles of Wing Chun Kung Fu

There are many opinions on what form the principles of Wing Chun Kung Fu.  The list below is simply my interpretation of them, as observed through the lens with which I view Wing Chun and the world in general. Simplicity … Continue reading

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