I can answer questions related to fitness and how it relates to martial arts. I specialize in helping martial artists improve their skills, balance, and striking power.
I am a Certified Fitness Trainer with 31 years experience as well as a 5th degree Kung Fu San Soo Black Belt with 18 years experience. I enjoy helping people improve their martial art skills. I am also a freelance writer on the subject and offer instructional material based on my writings. I have several websites where people can go to get information on how to improve their fitness and martial art skills.
I have either created or am associated with the following:
www.kungfutrainingsecrets.com (Kung Fu Training Secrets, Inc.)
www.kungfutrainingsecrets.com/members/ (Kung Fu Training Secrets Members Site)
www.goldenwolfe.blogspot.com (Blog - Diary of a San Soo Black Belt)
www.facebook.com/home.php?sk=group_155341937833097 (Facebook Site for my Students)
www.myspace.com/kungfutrainingsecrets (MySpace Site for my Students)
www.fitnessmindsets.com (Fitness Mindsets, Inc.)
www.phillipskungfu.com (Phillips School of Kung Fu San Soo)
Fighting Secrets of Martial Arts Masters (Edited by Charles Prosper)
Certified Fitness Trainer since 1980
NLP Trainer Since 1994
5th Degree Black Belt - Kung Fu San Soo
Certified Fitness Trainer (31 years)
5th Degree Black Belt - Phillips School of Kung Fu San Soo (18 years)
I enjoy the challenges of creating new ideas and concepts that can help martial artists improve their skills.
I hope to achieve the level of master (8th degree) in Kung Fu San Soo in the next 5 years as well as continue to help martial artists all over the world improve their skills.
|Kevin||05/26/11||10||10||10||Very nice detailed answer.|
|Nathan||02/06/10||10||10||10||I want ot just say thank you .....|
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