Sifu Explains Wheel Punch
Jow Ga has a big circular wheel punch known as Luk Cheui (pronounced Luck Choy). This punch is one of the basic punches that new students will learn as a beginner. This punch is extremely deceptive at intermediate and advanced skill levels.
Kung Fu Forms for Fighting
Sifu sheds some light on how to translate Jow Ga kung fu forms into practical and functional fighting techniques. Many martial arts schools often fail in teaching students how to actually use martial arts techniques in real fighting which is why everything looks like Kickboxing or Karate. See what other schools miss
Why Train Horse Stance?
Stance training is one of the most important exercise that a Jow Ga kung fu student can do. Our instructors take pride in a student's strong stance because all technique, power, and speed flow from the strength of the stance. Sifu talks about the horse stance and why it's so important to our school and training.
Sifu Explains Tiger Claw
The kung fu tiger claw is one of the most misunderstood technniques in martial arts. You'll see it in a variety of martial art schools and even in some self-defense classes. The truth about the tiger claw is that it's not about scratching or hitting with palm. Sifu clears some of the misconceptions aboutthe tiger claw and more.