Kungfu Blog

From Russia to the UK

Here, one of our younger members, Sami Hoq, speaks about his move from Russia where he was born and where he began to learn karate, to the UK where he was convinced to start kungfu by his brother

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Kungfu kickers raise money for CF Trust

On Thursday 27 September Southern Crane Kungfu Kids’ class raised over £1,000 for the Cystic Fibrosis Trust in an hour long kickathon

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Weymouth Camp success

At the end of August SCK hit Weymouth with an armful of keen students for a weekend kungfu camp in the sun.

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Respect your style

No matter what style of martial art or martial sport you have chosen, it is important to dedicate yourself to that style. This is not only a matter of commitment in order to progress and do well, but to completely focus yourself on one style is a sign of maturity, and shows respect to your club and to your instructors.

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“A Journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step”

By Sam Nicklin, Student, Southern Crane Kungfu Ever since I was a kid I’ve always wanted to study in martial arts, so when the day came that I would finally be going to my first kungfu class I was both excited and nervous.

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Legacy of London 2012

After the two most amazing weeks, the London 2012 Olympics is finally over. What an inspiration to all of us Team GB, and every other team in the event, has been.

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