Dancing the Wu Shin
Learn how to develop Zen’s ‘No-Mind’
The Dragon’s Gaze
Why You Should Not Focus in Combat – A Scientific Explanation
This article explores the cognitive and physiological concept of ‘Focus’ in the martial arts and when and how to use an alternative observation technique called diffuse focus.
In this article I describe the function and use of penetrating, crushing, and concussive energies used in martial arts.
Decoding Chinese Forms
The Hidden Meanings Behind The Flash
Chinese styles are often criticized as being impractical, showy and lacking in practical application. So what good are they?
Reading and controlling non-verbal communication in the sparring ring
The Three Hidden Functions of Forms
Do you know what you’re really learning?
The Real Sixth Sense
Balance and the Martial Arts
This is another in my series of articles that provide scientific explanations for Zen martial arts principles.
In this article I explain the purpose of Wu Shin (Chinese) or Mushin (Japanese) also known as ‘No-Mind’ and why developing this state of mind is essential for real life combat. This article will teach you how to become a Dancing Wu Shin Master!
The Spirit Of Tiger & Crane
Learn the deadly combination of strategy and attitude
Ancient Chinese Strategies Can Bring Victory In The Sparring Ring
More Chinese Strategies for the Sparring Ring
What would Sun Tzu do in a Street fight?
Double Dragon Pole Set
Two Man Staff Drills from China
Wind Devil Staff
Spinning Staff Techniques
Flying Phoenix Kick
How to Do a Pole Vaulting Side Kick
The Shamanic Origins of Tai Chi
Stefan Traces The Origins of Kung Fu to Thailand’s Mountain Tribes
Combat Strategies and Tactics
No nonsense advice on what works in real life.