Ohana Seminar

Took the guys to Kajukenbo Ohana seminar. This is the only gathering like this in San Diego. It’s a great place to train and experience other great arts with great people!

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2017 The Year of The Rooster 

2016 was a great year, my son was born, he’s a Monkey just like me. 2017 hasn’t been bad. So far I’v had the opportunity to train with a new mentor of mine Kenton in NCGF. I’v been reading his blog SavageGungFu for a while now and it was awesome to get to train with him. Then this month I flew to SF to spend a day training at a seminar with GM Mike Giron. What an awesome time with him and Jacob. Brought me back to when I first started martial arts with them in the back of a SeaFood City store in the Bay Area.

Reading Material

  
These days expensive martial art magazines are more filled with useless ads then good articles on topics one actually cares about. The following link will take you to the FMA Informative. This is a great publication that puts out a free monthly newsletter as well as free magazines focused on FMA. Master Khan published his Serrada manual with them. Be sure to check them out.

http://www.fmainformative.info/

Training with the Masters

I enjoy teaching and sharing my passion with others. It’s important to me and to have my students see how a master of the art teachers it. And this weekend a couple of us went to train with master Rick and Master Frank. I’m grateful to both of these gentlemen for sharing their time and 

  

  their skill with us.

Expressing the human body

Bruce Lee was a big advocate of working out and fitness. Any book you read of his is sure to discuss or include one of his fitness plans. He believed that as martial artist we must train our body for optimal performance. Lately after several injuries and new family commitments, my workouts have been based around the perfect push-up by BodyRev. I’d have to say that I’m pleased with its results. Have you been getting your workouts in?