Wujido

General catagory inclusive of articles containing information on what are viewed as “external” martial arts of the Chinese schools

Wujido 101: Powering up your Front Heel Kick

How to practice a front heel kick [cincopa AwGA2d83Hj5s] This form of practice utilizes the 5 section method integrating also two additional aspects to the player’s training regime.  One, the development of posted up strength and balance for the platform leg and two, extending and stretching with power to both extend the range of motion…

Wujido 101: the Down Block

Learn Wujido Karate/KungfuThe three main blocks; up, middle, and down, form the basic blocking system that is derived from the Lohan Shaolin Wushu style and establish the fundamental aspect of defense against various attacks by extending the arms and protecting the body within the area known as the six gates.  The six gates theory will…

Wujido 101: the Middle Block

Learn Wujido Karate/KungfuBlocks; in the Wujido, should be applied very broadly and one should contemplate the range of application.  What is true of the middle block is true of the up block and the down block. This must be thoroughly investigated. As with each technique and method, adequate time and effort should be allotted to…

Wujido 101: Up Blocks

Mastery is in the fundamentals Practice training hours for 101 skills: 60-100 training hours. It is a common misunderstanding about martial arts that one can acquire methods and techniques and approach them without realizing the level of commitment necessary to bring those techniques and methods to the necessary level to bring real success. Elements required…

The 7 Requirements

  True Kungfu is a way of life that must have honor, virtue, chivalry, fearlessness in order to have true meaning in a persons life.  Just learning techniques so we can hurt another person or defend ourselves is a very narrow goal.  It is also true and reasonable to understand that merely learning a set…