Foshan Wing Chun Yui Kil signature presented to Wai Po Tang, written by Foshan Wing Chun Kung fu Grandmaster Yui Kil - embodies qualification of self defence, traditional wing chun, kung fu, wu shu, the same related family as yip man, bruce lee, ip chun but not the same as Jackie Chan or Jet LiMartial Art Institute Wing Chun Kung Fu, yin yang emblem represents adaptation of taoist philosophy of universal balance.  It's philosophy of Kung Fu is found in Wai Po Tang  Foshan Wing Chun Kung fu system. Grandmaster Yui Kil - embodies qualification of self defence, traditional wing chun, kung fu, wu shu, the same related family as yip man, bruce lee, ip chun.  Jackie Chan or Jet Li are making the same universal presence worldwide as did bruce lee many years ago.  It appears the circle of oriental culture is in vogue again.Wai Po Tang signature written by Foshan Wing Chun Kung fu Grandmaster Yui Kil - embodies qualification of self defence, traditional wing chun, kung fu, wu shu, the same related family as yip man, bruce lee, ip chun but not the same as Jackie Chan or Jet Li

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It is easy to ignore what your body tries to tell you when you are injured. You have to strike a balance by not allowing your mind to command your body to continue to ignore pain. For the majority of martial artists, a good guide involves practising toward a goal of optimum health.

Practitioners training at a competitive level are more likely to receive injuries, especially just after they make the transition from amateur. Professional martial artists are very much aware that any injury is a setback in their preparation for a fight or performance.

One of the mind's strongest influences is ego. It is a strong, healthy instrument when it is under control. But when it is not, ego can quite easily turn a training session into an all-out fight. And unfortunately, students often misunderstand the difference between a training session and a fight. Learning is the initial step to increase knowledge, and training is a process by which you reinforce that knowledge so it becomes second nature.

 

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