少林五枚禅武咏春拳 - 陈立峰 总教练 (六段)

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  • From a young boy, my passion has always been Martial Arts and Qigong. Through the years, I have the privilege to be given the opportunities to train in various martial arts. I started with Northern Shaolin from age 7 and shortly after also enrolled myself in a Tae Kwon Do Gym. Thereafter, I trained in Oyama Karate and Shorinryu Karate, Aikido, Yang and Chen style Taiji, Muay Thai in Thailand, and had some exposures in Boxing, Wrestling, Brazilian Jujitsu, Silat, and JKD.

    There is one competition which I participated when I torn a tendon on my left arm and did an operation to reattach it. After operation, my uncle introduced me to Grandmaster Anthony Wee for post surgery treatment to speed up the recovery and also to make sure it healed well. I was subsequently initiated to be GM Anthony inner circle disciple and was taught the Art of Shaolin WuMei from then onwards. WuMei reinforced and helped to bridge in some ways my previous training in other martial arts, especially in the aspect of close contact street fighting and the conditioning of our bodies, like the iron palm and iron body training. Since Wumei is founded by a nun, it has helped me to learn to fight from a woman’s perspective, meaning the focus will be more of ‘softer’ techniques rather then brute force. One good example is we train a lot in whipping strikes. It doesn’t need a lot of muscular strength but the damage it inflict upon can be very destructive too.

    Presently I’m teaching WuMei MMA in a gym founded by GM Anthony.

    As I continue in my martial arts journey, may I have the good chance to meet more Masters and Experts and learn more skills from them.

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