Practical Guide for Martial Arts Progress

A Practical Guide to Progressing and Enjoying Martial Arts

Martial Arts like anything, if done long enough, can become tedious and equated to one of those chores that we just must do.  Why wouldn’t it?  Martial Arts is taxing on the mind and body, but you feel so good after a tough training session.  It is completely normal to feel this way and feeling guilty about this, only serves to make you feel worse.  If this resonates with you, you are not alone.

Surviving the Scourge of the COVID-19 Pandemic

The World Health Organisation (WHO) declared coronavirus COVID-19 a pandemic on the 12th of March 2020.  The deadly virus has claimed many lives and seems to be particularly fatal to the elderly and those with underlying health conditions.

Bruce Lee

Bruce Lee - Martial Artist and pioneer of Jeet Kune Do

As our first featured Martial Artist, it is really fitting and a real honour to present the legend that is Lee Jun Fan or Bruce Lee as he is better known.

Bruce Lee embodies the pursuit of the highest limits of human potential.  He was a prolific Martial Artist who ultimately opened-up Martial Arts to the world through his iconic movies, demonstrations and philosophy.

Shin Gi Tai - Mind Technique Body

Shin Gi Tai

Shin Gi Tai is a principle that defines the complete Martial Artist.  It describes a delicate balance between Mind, Technique and Body. 

As a Martial Artist, you should strive to be accomplished in all three aspects, thereby improving your effectiveness as a practitioner and quality in the expression of your Martial Art.  The ultimate aim is to become a complete Martial Artist.