Kung Fu Blog
The Action Movie Summer Camp at Kung Fu of Golden Dragon Martial Arts school was great!
The "Lessons of Fate" series is intended to refresh the most important principles of morality.
It is impossible to overvalue the meaning of morality in our lives...to be honest while following the right path is significantly more difficult than the alternative. Most people rarely think in terms of right and wrong and as a result are not aware of their actions or the consequences of those actions. Each installment of this series is designed to focus on a different aspect of the moral (honesty, love, happiness) and immoral (deceit, hatred, guile) and to demonstrate that through the lessons of Kung Fu, one may find the path to consciousness, the way of the virtuous, the light and the truth.
I hope that you enjoy the Lessons of Fate series and experience it deeply.
Behind the Scenes - Filming in Los Angeles:
Every child is different: they can be quiet or restless, serious or playful, creative or funny, but one thing all children have in common: they all have a lot of energy. Part of our role as parents is to channel this energy in the right direction, discover our child's talents and help them achieve their best. It’s not an easy task but we are willing and able to help you on this journey. Here we explain how we do it.
Golden Dragon is a martial arts school, not a competitive sports organization. Our priorities are improving the health and expanding the capabilities of each student. For five thousand years, those who have practiced Chinese Kung Fu have had phenomenal results, not just in health, but in their overall self-development.
Kung Fu has still a much greater impact on entire human organism.
One of the main advantages of Kung Fu training lays in the engagement of nearly all muscle groups and body systems. This ensures a harmonious development of the human body.
Alternations of static with dynamic exercises positively affect the abilities and mobility of joints, thoroughly develop ligaments, develop muscular system, improve endurance, etc. Exercising regularly gradually instills the habit of proper breathing, combined with high training pace creates specific requirements for the respiratory system, adherence with which increases lung capacity.
Children learning Kung Fu at our school also learn important qualities such as discipline, confidence, leadership, respect toward others and physical strength.
The teaching philosophy at the Golden Dragon Children’s Kung Fu school is based on the principles of honor, common sense, respect and self-improvement.
Hey! How are you?
Not so good?
They're “bugging” you at school again, friends making fun of you, other boys bullying you? When you ask “What do I do”? When is this going to end? You keep on getting the same answers : “Wait till you get older...” or “ It's going to be ok, be patient...”
1. It helps me to be more disciplined, more attentive and more confident.
During training, we have to do the same movements over and over again, and make sure we do them right. It’s not easy, because I am still young and sometimes I get distracted, it's fun when I get it right. And the more I am able to do, the more confident I get.
Joint mobility exercises
1 Head rotations
Perform head rotation 20 times in each direction. All exercises should be carried out carefully. The speed of motion is average.
2 Arm swings
Swing your arms forward then backward, 20 times in each direction. Fists should be clenched, elbows straight.
3 Waist rotations
Perform a waist rotation 20 times in one direction and the same in another. Starting position: legs spread slightly wider than shoulder width, feet apart at 45 degree angles. Hands on your hips. During the rotation, the bend must be at its maximum.
If anyone will ask me what is the most important period in a person's life, I will repy without hesitation: childhood. It is during childhood time that the basic notions about the right attitude towards life, towards the surroundings, toward self are formed; basic habits surface that affect health.
Speaking of health, I not only mean the absense of cough or cold because health has a much broader sence.
Take a car for example. If all mechanisms are intact and are well maintained, if we constantly monitor the condition that the suspension is in and regularly change oil and fill the gas tank with good quality petrol, then the car will run smoothly without giving the owner any hard time. The same goes for our organism. If the internal organs are working cohesively, muscle system is harmoniously developed, the joints have enough mobility, and the body receives the nutrients it needs, only then can we talk about health. Every parent wants to see their child cheerful, lively and carefree happy. How can this be achieved?