Whenever I don’t feel like coming to class I remind myself why I chose Kung Fu in the first place, and that I love the hard work, the art, and my Kung Fu family.
In the last issue I talked about fluidity and its importance in Kung Fu. Here are some suggestions for how to develop fluidity.
Our Shaolin Kung Fu Crane teaches us “fluidic harmony”.
Regular breaks are the very thing your body needs to continue to progress, and more importantly, prevent injury, sickness, and burnout.
Calling all Adult Novice II students!
Goal setting takes some thought and planning. There are three steps that will help you set realistic goals you can achieve.