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What I Learn From My Sifu

I’ve been training Kung Fu for about 10 years now under my instructor, Sifu Julian de Boers and his partner Simo Sophie Archibald. Both of them along with their kids as well as a few of the students who have … Continue reading

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I <3 Sparring/Rolling

I’m a huge fan of sparring and rolling in both Kung Fu and Jiu Jitsu. I always look forward to sparring or rolling whenever I train. And no matter how tired I am at the start (and end) of the … Continue reading

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The Range Issue

Physical attributes like height, weight and strength play a huge role in a fight. In all my years of sparring classes in Kung Fu, I’ve had many sparring partners of varying sizes and 99% of the time, they’ve all got … Continue reading

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Connecting Brain to Body

One of the reasons I wanted to start this blog is to get me really thinking about what I’m ┬álearning. When it comes to martial arts, I’ve always been a really slow learner, it takes me years of doing something … Continue reading

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Welcome to Fighting Like A Butter-Bee

Yeay, first blog post! ­čÖé Welcome to Fighting Like a Butter-Bee, my martial arts themed blog, where I’ll be documenting and sharing my lifelong journey in martial arts. So, a butter-bee is a term I came up with to describe … Continue reading

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