The first week in Kung Fu Family. The hand salute is the most basic Kung Fu etiquette that any trainee must understand before they begin the training. It is a form of respect that we show when entering or leaving your place where we training, it is used to greet your master and or other trainees.
How does it feel to learn Kung Fu in this heat (34+)?
- Sometimes it feels that not being able to breathe and it is difficult to focus on.
- It is astonishing that how much I can sweat, it feels like sweating more than I can drink water.
- It’s annoying when you know you’re doing wrong moves or forgetting them constantly and young ones learn them so quickly.
- After a week, all the muscles ache a little and does not matter how much you do stretching exercises.
- But I have to be glad to be able to stay in the training rhythm, so I think I’m in good shape.
Kung Fu forms are combined with many movements in the longer series and these individual movements act in practice for self-defense.
Kung Fu series (forms) are designed to get the trainee moving and accustomed to throwing punches and kicks in a series along with footwork. Also, it will help develop strength and flexibility enhancing the trainee’s physical condition.
This young lady has been a long time in here and looks what she has learned Meihua Quan (Chinese: 梅花拳; literally “Plum-blossom Fist”.
These young ones learn so quickly in a few days and I struggle to remember all these movements, but I believe that someday I get this right.
One day, Master Li took me to a restaurant to eat with his friends.
First pork, beans, rabbit heads and then more food and after these dumplings. All this for four people, amazing how much they can eat, I can’t eat so much.